No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Hotel Bambou
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bambou Trois-Ilets
Rained for three days - I suppose they can't help that. But the breakfast was awful - lots of stale bread and birds flying around the dining area constantly pecking at your food! Also loud crickets make it hard to sleep and the air con was dodgy!
Would have been better with kitchenettes built into the rooms.
There are some far nicer places to stay on this island for a similar price.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bambou Trois-Ilets
Travel Blogs from Trois-Ilets
... also to make water as the lagoon was far to polluted and would have clogged our primary filters on the water maker, not to mention the possibility of nasties that might be in the water and can't be filtered.
Tonight is the last night for Rob and Laura on Orca as tomorrow they stay on another boat with friends they met here in St Lucia, then the day after they leave to travel to England. They spend two weeks there ...
Moving on we had a really long journey, 6 miles to next anchorage as wanted to get to Marin for Monday and only 15 miles to go! Arriving after lunch we have a serious hour learning more a French before heading a shore to check out local facilities. Beautiful but not much to buy! Most annoying- people eating soft ice cream and can't find out where to buy it. ...
Right, where to start?
By now most of you should know I have been heading South from Antigua. I have stopped off in Guadeloupe, Ilse des Saintes, Martinique and now I am in St. Lucia. Everywhere has been roasting. Everywhere has been blazing sunshine (which is ridiculous, I'm not used to this weather in December!). But now and again these hot hot days are interrupted by the occasional short, but very wet rain shower. I don't mind so much, it's warm rain and only ...
... now and we exchanged stories and menus, and gossip about life on board...while Steve gloated about breaking his record, and getting to St. Lucia in time for the early arrival parties because he had taken the treacherous north route...
We have on the other hand decided to take the traditional south route, where you head to the cape Verde islands until the butter starts to melt, then turn right at about 20 North, where you pick up the famous trade winds.
... Jacob managed to drive us all the way there on some pretty dodgy roads without spilling a drop of his drink, that is skill. When we got there we bumped into another expat friend of theirs, this time from Scandinavia and he was making the most of the perfect conditions with his kiteboard, this called for a beer or two. The odd thing about this bar was that there was a part of rocket booster here on the beach. Yes a real life space ship rocket booster! I ...