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Wat u zeker niet mag missen is Jacques Cousteau’s underwater réserve bij Pigeon Island. Een prachtig historisch onderwater dorp.


Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal

Het Langley Resort Fort Royal, gelegen in Deshaies, Guadeloupe, heet u welkom voor een ontspannen verblijf aan de kust in een uitzonderlijke omgeving: sprookjesachtige stranden en tal van activiteiten onder de heerlijke zon. Of u nu met z’n tweeën, met vrienden of met uw gezin komt; u zult zeker genieten van het geweldige uitzicht op zee en van de Caraïbische zon.

Vanaf € 62,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info



Impressies







Over Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal

Het Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal biedt een prachtig uitzicht op de Caraïbische Zee.Ook beschikt het over een buitenzwembad, een kinderbad, tennisbanen en gratis WiFi. Er wordt dagelijks een uitgebreid ontbijtbuffet geserveerd. In het restaurant Le Royal, dat aan het water ligt, kunt u terecht voor Creoolse en internationale gerechten. De strandbar Kawann biedt cocktails en hapjes, en er is ook een bar bij de receptie. U kunt bij het hotel tal van activiteiten ondernemen, zoals watersporten, fietsen en strandvolleybal. Verder kunt u ook massages aanvragen.

Kenmerken

  • kindvriendelijk
  • beachfront
  • sport en actie
  • stijl en design

Insiders tip

Wat u zeker niet mag missen is Jacques Cousteau’s underwater réserve bij Pigeon Island. Een prachtig historisch onderwater dorp.

Hotelnaam:
Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal
Plaats/regio:
Guadeloupe
Code:
H18378
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 62 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen


Wij bieden drie type bungalows aan, u kunt kiezen voor een bungalow direct op het strand, perfect voor huwelijksreizen of koppels. Een bungalow met een uitzicht over de Caraïbische zee. Of hebt u liever een uitzicht over de prachtige tuinen? Dan kunt u kiezen voor de bungalow met tuinzicht. Uiteraard heeft u ook de mogelijkheid om een kamer te huren. Al deze kamers, van 28 vierkante meter,  hebben vanaf het balkon een prachtig uitzicht op zee.



Ligging

Het Langley Resort Fort Royal ligt in Deshaies, Guadeloupe. Het hotel ligt aan de kust in een uitzonderlijke omgeving met sprookjesachtige stranden en tal van activiteiten onder de heerlijke zon.

Faciliteiten

• Zwembad

• Kinderbad
• Kinderbad
• 4 Tennisbanen
• Gratis Wi-Fi
• Bar

• Restaurant
• Watersportactiviteiten: o.a. Hobie Cats, Windsurf boards, kayaks, water ski, Jet Ski

• Jeu de boules

• Massage

• Excursie team

• Autohuurbalie

Guadeloupe is een waar paradijs! Guadeloupe (hoort bij Frankrijk) bestaat uit 5 eilanden: Grande-Terre, Basse-Terre, Les Saintes, Marie-Galante en La Désirade. Grande Terre en Basse Terre zijn de grootste en bekendste van deze 5. Op deze 2 eilanden die middels bruggen over zee met elkaar verbonden worden vindt u prachtige verlaten zandstranden en indrukwekkende natuurparken met talrijke watervallen en warmwaterbronnen. Genieten van de schitterende blauwe zee, het beklimmen van de immer actieve vulkaan les Soufrieres en biken of hiken door het heldergroene regenwoud; beleef het ook tijdens uw vakantie Guadeloupe!

"A true 3 star resort!"

   09-01-2017
I'm not disappointed with LR, but I was a bit surprised... PROS: TOWN OF DESHAISE We planned this stay based on the BBC show called Death in Paradise. We did see the police station, Catherine's Bar (really named Le Madras), & the beach where they build Humphrey's house each season. The beach is literally next to LR beach...you can hike there or drive 5 minutes to get there. Deshaise (pronounced Day-Hay) is a 15 minute, 30 euro round-trip taxi ride away, where you will easily find the police station and bar. I highly recommend having a rum punch or even lunch at Le Madras, it's quite lovely. Deshaise is a nice town to walk around and pick up some gifts, local art, or even an eclair! (Bring a translator of some sort if you leave the resort and you do not speak French!) There is a Eurocar rental office at Reception as well as a Hertz car rental 1 block away. It's about 75 euros a day to rent an automatic car from Hertz. RESORT This is a Swedish owned resort. Most staff members and guests are from Sweden, Norway, or Denmark. The common language spoken at the resort is English! They location is very nice...right on the beach. There seemed to be plenty of beach lounge chairs. The water had small to medium waves at all times, the kind that can knock you over if you are not paying attention. I prefer calmer water. There was always a breeze to a full force wind every day while at LR, but the temperature was always in the high 70F to 80F. Maybe it was our bad luck, but it also poured each day at least once! I mean, pounding, ferocious rain out of nowhere! And then it became sunny immediately after. Crazy! I have never in all my life seen so many rainbows and double rainbows! More than Hawaii for sure! It is an eco friendly resort. There is an entire area just for children to play in and I guess there were scheduled events for them too. This was a very family friendly resort - lots of kids of all ages! Tennis court, volleyball court, plenty of seating around the beach bar area, several beach showers, and a good size pool with very comfortable lounge chairs & several umbrellas available for the pool area only. There is free WiFi, but it is not password protected. Book the transfer to/from LR directly with LR for 70 euros round trip per person. (45 minute drive to/from airport & LR) EXCURSIONS: The Jacque Reserve all day tour was excellent! Highly recommend it! Book ASAP! The Reception/Activities desk is only opened from 9-11am or 5:30-7pm. CONS: The beach area seems small for such a large resort. You will be sitting very close to others. I counted, there are only 10 umbrellas set up on the sand. BE WARNED: the LR book in your room states that each guest will be given 1 pool/beach towel upon request with ONE FREE switch! If you change/switch your pool/beach towel after that, you will be charged 1 euro each time/each person! Not a lot of money, but why?? Who doesn't want a new pool/towel each day? And no one told us that, nor is it posted anywhere, I happened to read it in the book! The paths on the grounds are uneven, narrow, and VERY dark at night. We actually saw at least 4 people with casts/slings on the LR resort...I doubt you go on vacation in that condition! One lady had crutches with the LR logo stamped on them! We used the flashlight on our cell phone at night...a suggestion...supply all rooms with flashlights and umbrellas (as I mentioned earlier, it rained out of nowhere, often!) There is literally only 1 massage table available at the resort, in a cabana, oceanside at 60 euros for an hour. I was looking forward to a couples massage! Oh well. The beach bar itself is small, but efficient. Pizza for 2 is about 11 euros. Paninis about 6 euros. Salads and a pasta of the day are also served from the beach bar for a certain period of time throughout the day. Back to Excursions...there is a posted list of offered excursions but there are similar/different ones listed on their website and even different from what people who worked there told us! I am always very interested in sight-seeing and tours, so I was extremely disappointed when I found out that most excursions were sold out by the second day we were there! Instead, we rented a car for a day and went to a small waterfall only a half hour away! We went to a Vanilla Plantation, only to find that it was closed for the holiday. (NYE) Boo. We found a restaurant called Hemingway, in Deshaise that looked amazing, but it too was closed for the holiday (NYE). *Ask for the Guadeloupe map at Reception for lots more things to do, places to go and shopping choices. We saw pet dogs on the grounds of the resort but the book in the room said no pets allowed. Hmmm?? ROOMS/FOOD We booked through TripAdvisor and got the "Bed & Breakfast" package which also includes the use of beach/pool chairs. The "Half Board" package is the B&B package plus use of non-motorized sports. The "All Inclusive" package is all that with only certain alcoholic drinks included. Most drinks were about 5 euros, wine was 3.5 euros. BE WARNED: There is only 1 BUFFET-style restaurant for all meals! We never ate buffet lunch, but buffet dinner was 29 euros per person (all drinks extra $ except tap water) All meals had a decent amount of variety, but not for my personal taste. I ate a lot of pizza while at LR! LOL Breakfast was literally the same choices every day...no waffles, pancakes, omelettes, or even french toast! Blah! We stayed in the main hotel, room 423 = perfect location!!! The rooms on the East side of building (like 423) face a gorgeous, deserted beach. The rooms on the East side have sliding doors, but no balcony...you cannot sit outside of your room, but open the doors and you can see & hear the waves crashing as if you were right on the beach! The rooms on the West side of the building have balcony's and view a gorgeous sunset every night, as well as face the resort beach, buildings & pool. The rooms are basic, clean and spacious. No ceiling fan, separate toilet "room" and shower/sink. No tub, lots of shelves & drawers, refrigerator, safe, small TV & phone. Here's what I noticed about the Bungalows: they are the furthest part of the resort. A lot of flights arrived at night and had to walk themselves with luggage on those dark, narrow paths I mentioned earlier alllll the way to the bungalows. (Another suggestion for Bungalow guests only - offer a golf cart ride to/from them on arrival/departure days!) Bungalows #69-82 are ocean front. All others (and there are a lot of them!) face the buffet restaurant, tennis court & parking lot...I guess there's a "garden" there too! LOL Looks like many steps are also involved in getting to the "garden" bungalows. No steps for the ocean front bungalows. There is a secluded, small beach next to the ocean front bungalows. Chairs seem to be available for that beach too. We enjoyed our stay through New Year's Eve and LOVED the fireworks at midnight! The sit down dinner on NYE was overpriced (lots of seafood - yuck! roasted reindeer, and wine/soda) but we had no real choice...either that or pizza at the beach bar. LOL Nice people, clean resort, and direct round-trip flight on Norwegian Air from JFK = a nice way to wind down the year. Shout out to Marie & Oskar!

"Very nice beach with great views, clear blue water, golden sand"

   03-01-2017
Excellent beach with clear blue warm water. The property is very clean and well maintained. Great views of the surrounding area are seen from the beach. This is an excellent beach for relaxing for an afternoon in the sun on the golden sandy beach.

"ONLY a THREE Star at best."

   01-01-2017
The resort is clean, laid out nice, fair beach, small swim pool. Staff are friendly. For late arrivals there is nothing to eat; the beach bar has literally nothing to eat or offer, no other places to eat so if you arrive late, even though they say they will accommodate you, they do NOT. I ended up eating a stale Mars Bar... ONLY one restaurant; open for breakfast, a buffet was nice but the same every day, no changes and minimal selection of food. Lunch is also limited. Dinner is again a buffet, overpriced, minimal selection... The room we had was just OK, no amenities to speak of, plastic cups, no face cloths but the room was clean. It was not what we reserved, it was a lower class room and that was that, like it or not... I know we would not return. Closest town and/or other places to eat are some drive away, this place is somewhat remote with no other services near by...

"Take your own food"

   23-12-2016
Do not go to this resort if you want good food and a good beach. The buffet breakfast was very poor but the buffet dinner was terrible, not a sign of the promised French/Caribbean cuisine The beach is scruffy with the only shade being a handful of trees near the bar. The only redeeming feature was the young and friendly staff The French shrug was very visable when enquiring where the nearest ATM was asked for-At the airport (an hours taxi ride away) was the reply which accompanied the shrug

"Great view from our room"

   01-12-2016
Room had a great ocean view with the sound of waves crashing on the shore all night, which was very relaxing. Breakfast was the same each day, which became boring after a few days, but the food was decently prepared. Great beach bar offering decently priced drinks and great pizza and sandwiches. Clean beach with calm waves. Friendly staff, most of which spoke some English. It was a great visit.


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