We have been to many other Caribbean islands, but this was our first trip to Guadeloupe and we were happy to start our vacation at Chez Honore because the location, at the far eastern end of the island, was very nice, quiet and easy to get around. Chez Honore is down a quiet street and surrounded by fields and forest. The hotel itself is a collection of variously sized cottages around a small, but nice swimming pool. Our cottage (Villa 2) was sparsely furnished, but very clean, functional and complete. Beds were quite firm (hard) and bathrooms mostly modern and up to date. Imagine you were borrowing your uncle's Adirondack camp or Cape Cod cottage. And imagine that your uncle isn't married and doesn't sweat the details too much, but still you are in a great spot very afford-ably.
We were two families of 5 getting the cousins together for bonding. It was nice to have everyone together in one cottage rather than splitting up like at a regular hotel. Our villa, Villa 2... More