Village Creole

Village Creole, Trois-Ilets: Address, Phone Number, Village Creole Reviews: 3.5/5

Village Creole
3.5
Speciality & Gift Shops
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Situe de l'autre cote de la baie de Fort de France, le Village Creole a la Pointe du Bout est un lieu incontournable de l'ile.Particulierement anime, le Village accueille un grand nombres de boutiques et restaurants pour le plus grand plaisir de ses visiteurs.Shopping, Flanerie et Detente !
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3.5
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Luv2TravelFarNWide
Phoenix, AZ1,092 contributions
Dec 2019
This "outdoor shopping mall" has approximately 28 shops and restaurants, each in a lovely Creole-style building with pretty colors and lacy trim. Lovely to wander thru, but we weren't overly impressed with the shops -- not much a tourist would want, and not at prices we were willing to pay. Definitely not your t-shirt & keychain tourist shops. But a lovely spot for a snack, etc.
Written December 23, 2019
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
Mar 2019
The Village Creole is about shopping.

There are a lot of parking places.

Every house has different colors.

We can find a lot: Restaurants, clothing, coffee, souvenirs and way more.

It is friendly and fun.

Worthwhile to see!
Written September 29, 2019
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Peter d
Bari, Italy78 contributions
Jan 2019 • Business
Just before arriving at trois ilets on the right you can go inside this place. You found go -kart circuit, one brocante, many bar and cafe'-restaurant in this area, near the sea. it is a place that one time was all industrial site and now is tranformed in shop village. many souvenir shop of good quality,all different one from
other. only thing is the dust, because the road is very irregular
and full of dust if you go with car. In the same area you can visit
the sea museum Good experience that take yo 2 or more hours
Written January 24, 2019
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NeiRa
Toronto, Canada7 contributions
Jan 2019 • Solo
This place is truly basic. You get what you pay for I guess. I arrived on New Year's day 2019 and I was asked to pick up the key from a lockbox (at 1630h). The "beep" key to enter the parking area was left out of the anonymous package; I had to find random parking somewhere. Fortunately the isald is safe enough that I got away with this for my first night. Rooms, though well situated near the restaurants in courtyard, are pretty noisy unless you close all windows and turn on the AC. You wou won't be able to sleep with open windows and nice alize breezes here...
My room was right above the Annexe restaurant, so the smell of stir-fry wafted into my room (508) as well.
The breakfast should be avoided for 12 euro. Just pop across the street to Baguet Shop and you're set at a way lower price than in room breakfast (which, btw is not a buffet).
The in room safe uses a key rather than a combination lock. This is really annoying if you want to go for a swim...
Another note: except for Anse Mitan, the beaches here are man made...kills the charm a bit. Anse d'Ane was the most genuine beach in the area.
In short, the general area of Les Trois Islet have one advantage of easy access to South Sites, so I'd choose this place only at a low price and probably for two night maximum.
La Pagerie, though a bit more costly, seemed to be good value. Same for Hotel Bambou.
Written January 3, 2019
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Wayne S
12 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
This was perfect. Great location and great staff. I would like to show appreciation to Joanne & Sandrine Billaud who were really great with my requests and beyond to help me out.
The room was great, and the bars and restaurants around we're excellent.
I would definitely recommend this hotel and ferry to and from Fort de France was very accommodating.
I'll definitely be back, thanks
Written September 16, 2018
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MissDawnAnn
New Jersey198 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
Stay in Point du Bout, we visited or walked the Vilage Creole almost everyday. The shops are cute and there are a variety of restaurants with a little of everything to eat. Be aware that everything has varied hours and some things close early. While we were here, the shops closed at 7:00 PM.
Written July 18, 2018
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Loren W
Providence, RI83 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
This is a whole little district - some rooms / apartments above a small complex of restaurants and shops. Today is our fifth full day here. The room is very large and clean; there's a TV in the living room, and a kitchen with coffeemaker / sink / combo microwave / grill. Towels every four days, and housekeeping once a week; you do your own dishes and take out your own trash. The main entry is on the second floor (above all of the activity at street level); we have a flight of stairs up to our (very large and pretty comfortable) bedroom on the third floor. (We're both a bit older, so stairs can be challenging, but after a few days we are used to them.) Two full bathrooms (toilet, sink, shower), one off our second-floor room and one off the third-floor bedroom, which is actually very nice. Pointe du Bout is a pretty small neighborhood - mostly hotels and a marina - but fun, and you can relax here. We've taken the ferry across to Fort-de-France once so far (the marina is a five-minute walk, and the crossing takes 15-20 minutes). Lots of restaurants in the Village itself and the neighborhood; if you just want simple fare, there are patisseries and a small grocery nearby. This is NOT a deluxe hotel (you probably want the nearby Bakoua if you want luxury), but it's fun. One word of warning: it's full of nightlife, so there will be the occasional noisy evening.
Written March 10, 2018
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Rogério - 53 countries visited
Klaipeda, Lithuania835 contributions
Dec 2017 • Family
Very cool made place. It hosts a few bars, restaurants and souvenir shops. Many small shops where you can buy good quality swimwear.
Written January 13, 2018
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Joanwilder95
Rocky Hill, NJ115 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
We visited the shops and purchased sunglasses and a t-shirt - t-shirt was on the pricey side but we saw a shoe store on the side street that looked very reasonable. I thought we would return the next day go to the appealing Crepes restaurant, but we ran out of time. I would recommend a visit here and to do some research on the restaurants before you go. A few of them got high ratings.
Written November 13, 2017
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holoboss1
Roseau, Dominica43 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
Created some years by an acclaimend Caribbean architect, this commercial plaza is built in style of old Caribbean village. Tiny, colourful buildings decorated with gingerbread, window shutters, and set in lush greenery lend their space to many restaurants, cafes, bistros, and boutiques. So, you can shop, dine and have a drink surrounded by cute architecture and relaxing atmosphere. Like it? Then you can even rent a room upstairs of some villas, which are available as holiday stay places. Really cool concept and uplifting experience. and it is just 2 minutes walk from small ferry connecting you to Fort de France. We enjoyed our visit a lot, and recommend it.
Written May 16, 2017
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