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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
  • Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht
Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht


Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht

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.


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

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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
v.a. € 62 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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De hotelkamers hebben allemaal zeezicht en voorzien van van airco, kluisje, tv, telefoon, koelkastje, badkamer met douche, een tweepersoonsbed of twee dubbele bedde. De hotelkamers variëren qua afmeting en niet alle kamers hebben een balkon.

De suites zijn ruimer dan de hotelkamers en bungalows. De Suites hebben allemaal uitzicht over de Caraïbische zee en voorzien van van airco, kluisje, tv, telefoon, koelkastje, badkamer met douche, een tweepersoonsbed of twee dubbele bedde. Een aantal suites hebben een balkon.


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.

Aantal kamers



  • Gratis WiFi
  • Zwembad
  • Kinderbad
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • 4 Tennisbanen
  • Watersportactiviteiten: o.a. Hobie Cats, Windsurf boards, kayaks, water ski, jet ski
  • Massage
  • Autohuurbalie


  • Jeu de boules
  • Excursie team
  • Beach volleybal
  • Bowling
  • Yoga
  • Aquagym
  • Zumba

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!

"Good for non-French speakers, DIP fans"

My husband and I stayed at the Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal for a week, and didn't hate it. As the mixed reviews on this thread attest, the resort has some great things and not so great things about it. One thing that is not in dispute is its location. It's the only beachfront hotel on the western side of the island, and the sunsets are often spectacular. If you're a fan of the tv show "Death In Paradise", this hotel is a must-visit, since it's been used in a lot of scenes, plus various cast and crew members have stayed here. Most of the hotel staff are friendly, and try to help as best they can if you have a problem. The rooms, however, are nothing special, and I'll get to the food later. After checking the reviews I decided to book one of the oceanfront, rondelay-style bungalows. They're all the way at the far southern end of the resort, away from the front desk and the main hotel building. It can be a hike, especially with luggage, but it feels a world away from the busier, more crowded areas. (There are no bellmen, but if you need assistance, they can help with you with your bags.) The armoire in our room looked pretty beat up, but the bed was comfortable enough. We had a real king bed, but we also had those twin comforters that others have mentioned. It seemed kinda weird at first, but my husband has become something of a "blanket hog" lately, so it actually turned out to my advantage. The pillows were small and very soft. The bathroom was also quite small, but we had no problems with it. I guess the thinking is you're not going to spend a lot of time in your room anyway, and you get to fall asleep to the sound of the surf, which is steps away from your door. This is a Swedish-owned hotel on a French island, and the staff reflects that. This may be the only resort on the island that you can get away without speaking any French at all. Still, it makes sense to greet everyone in French before continuing in English. Of the staff, the native French speakers were... well, French, which was fine (Romain was very helpful, and another young lady was especially considerate when we needed a favor one night). Most of the French/Creole speaking locals were really nice to us (especially those at Reception; Chloe was a sweetheart). But, the Scandinavians were a godsend. Some of them didn't speak French either. They were mainly Swedes (like handsome, charming Jesper, and pleasant, efficient Jona), and Danes (Jess and Kasper at the beach bar and Selma in the restaurant were great). I must mention that all of the guys who manned the beach bar worked tirelessly and with a smile, even during the busy local holiday weekend when we were there. Ah, the food. The breakfast buffet comes with your stay, and there are other meal plans you can choose. Lunch was a la carte, and dinner was also a buffet. The one lunch we had in the restaurant was pretty good, but the buffet items ranged from okay (the fish dishes, the extra crispy bacon I managed to select each day) to mediocre (the salads, almost everything else) to bad (the legendarily awful scrambled eggs). There were croissants and pain au chocolat and coffee or mocha in the morning, and Brie and baguettes in the evening, so we didn't suffer (and no one can screw up ice cream). I also got the impression that the kitchen staff really mean well. Still, I'd eat elsewhere as often as possible. There are pizzas, panninis and a daily pasta at the beach bar that might be worth a try. (One complaint: the beach bar should have food available all day, but doesn't.) The pool was nice, the entertainment was good, and the wifi was stronger in some places than others (no surprise there). It seems that Guadeloupe has only recently started to take tourism seriously, so other than Fort Royal and a Club Med on the other side of the island, there aren't any large-scale resorts to speak of. Don't even think about going there expecting a Sandals or Riu-level experience. The prices should tell you that; our oceanfront bungalow was a bargain, especially with those absolutely gorgeous sunsets every night. So, if you want to brush up on your French in a convivial atmosphere without actually relying on it, this hotel should do just fine.

"Great location but not a great room"

I'll start with the bad which we have had an apology for. We had a garden bungalow which had really poor furniture in it. It was made of particle board that was falling apart. Turns out when it rains hard our room floods causing the furniture to get wet. It was quite unpleasant to get out of bed in to a puddle! We also has problems with the smoke alarm going off in the night and it was removed from the room and not replaced. The good. The location is excellent. We had a car so went out and about a lot. You can easily climb the volcano, swim in the rainforest waterfalls, trek the rainforest, learn how coffee is grown, chocolate is made and much more. Back at the hotel the beach is brilliant. The crabs are fun to watch running about at the beach and in the grounds. The water is clear and you can swim with the fishes. We rented a kayak and were well looked after by the hotel team and the price was very reasonable. The sunsets are worth watching especially with a cocktail in hand. The bar was nice and had a lot of space. Staff were friendly and helpful. We stayed on b&b basis. Breakfast is good and there is plenty to eat in the neighbourhood for lunch and dinner. We found a lot of the beach restaurants to be good value with great food. Try la madras I at page de la pearle an easy walk from the hotel. All in all a relaxing stay.

"Bungalow on the beach"

My wife and I stayed here during a 'special occasion' holiday. We had booked a bungalow with ocean view and were allocated one right on the beach, virtually at the end of the resort, which was perfect for us. We had everything we wanted and were far enough from the bar and entertainment that we could hardly hear anything other than the sea and the forest sounds. Fort Royal caters for all-inclusive holidays but there is enough in and around the hotel for those who, like us, only want B&B. The breakfast buffet is excellent and if you want to have dinner in the hotel restaurant the price isn't bad at 28 Euros plus drinks. There is a snack bar selling pizzas, paninis and pasta. If you don't want to eat on site it is only about a mile to Anse de la Perle, where there are a number of beachfront restaurants. The first time we walked there we went through the forest, which probably cuts out about half a mile, but I wouldn't recommend it after rain or if you only have flip-flops. After that we walked along the road, which wasn't a problem as there is a pavement. Although Guadeloupe is a French island the majority of the hotel staff are Scandinavian and prefer to speak English. The islanders all speak English so if you can't speak French it isn't a problem. All the hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. We booked a hike up La Soufriere via the hotel and can highly recommend it. We also recommend you hire a car for a couple of days to explore the island on your own. Car rental is very reasonable, it cost us about 65 Euros for 2 days. Our bungalow was quite basic but the only thing we didn't have and would have liked was tea/coffee making facilities. Being able to open the curtains and lie in bed watching the sea more than made up for that though. All told, I would recommend Fort Royal for people who want all-inclusive, enjoy walking or are prepared to hire a car for a few days.

"Great base to explore Basse-Terre!"

Langley Resort is one of the most picturesque hotels I've ever stayed ... it's hard not to fall in love with Basse-Terre after staying here! The resort is huge and offers many activities for individuals and families alike: tennis courts, swimming pool, standup paddleboarding, scuba diving, jet-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking as well as daily excursions/activities like trips to Les Saintes, horseback riding. If you like to stay active while on vacation, this is where you want to be without getting bored. There are also two beaches where you can go for walks or jog on the water's edge. The hotel staff speak multiple languages so non-French speaking guests need not worry; they are also professional and courteous. I stayed in a room in the main building overlooking the sea and the view was spectacular! The issue that I had with the bed is that they are two twin beds put side-by-side and they are not comfortable; the comforters are also two twin size and barely covered one person so it made for a horrible night's rest as a couple. They also did not have lotion with the amenities. Our room was very clean and well-kept, otherwise. The breakfast buffet selection was okay. I can see how it can get boring if you are staying there for a week as it doesn't change - the scrambled eggs was watery and the fruit selection was disappointing as they didn't reflect that of a tropical island's - there should have been papaya, mango (if in season), grapefruit, passion fruit or whatever other local fruit Guadeloupe has to offer; there should be more than just cantaloupe and pineapple. You definitely need a car when staying here in order to explore the nearby village of Deshaies, that has amazing restaurants and shops and of course to go to Soufriere volcano and waterfalls on the island. I must warn you that it's quite a distance where you park your car and where the hotel lobby is located, not to mention where the rooms are - the property is very spread out (but gives it that great relaxing atmosphere: some bungalows are on a hillside, some are right on the beach). If you have trouble walking, it might be a bit of a challenge. All in all, I would return to this hotel since I know what to expect now and the sunsets are amazing - the beach bar also offers great drinks and have chairs on the beach under a canopy of trees!

"secluded resort makes for a relaxing stay"

We have stayed at the property in January 2017, and rented a bungalow. The bungalows are steps from the beach, so we heard the ocean waves crash throughout the day/night. If you are a light sleeper and/or uncomfortable with the sound of crashing waves - think about renting a room, rather than a beach bungalow. There is a beach bar and a restaurant on-site. The restaurant is not 24/7, and the kitchen was closed at certain times during the day. The dinner buffet was expensive, and not the best - thus, best to drive to nearby Deshaies (town) for dinner. The staff was friendly and great - and were knowledgeable about the island, and of things to do while in the area. The resort offers ton of amenities/services, has free parking and is by the beach. This is a quiet family-friendly resort - this place is great for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. We loved it there.

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