Hotel Bambou

Address: Quartier Anse Mitan, Trois-Ilets, 97229, Martinique | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Quartier Anse Mitan, Trois-Ilets.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bambou Trois-Ilets

          Reviewed by sianeth

          Weird Place

          Reviewed Oct 3, 2010
          by (4 reviews) Auckland , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bambou Trois-Ilets

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Trois-Ilets

          Hurricane season over

          A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Dec 01, 2014

          10 photos

          ... the hot seat several times,when the captain was snoozing, to check on our progress. It was great having his company on my watch, although I don't mind the solitude either. The Captain is a very happy chap as we found a bargain BBQ, reduced price, due to dents. The maiden lighting went well, jacket potatoes, onions, tuna steak and mahi mahi were sacrificed to the ravenous crew! As we sit in Rodney Bay the first of the ARC plus participants come in ...

          Finding the Pitons

          A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 03, 2014

          1 comment

          ... bay and moored the boat. We all then piled into the tiny outreach, even the small waves provided a little challenge to all of us with such a low sideboard! It was fun and a little wet, even more so when we jumped overboard to bring the boat up the beach.

          We landed on an almost deserted beach near a raster cabin and eatery place. Perhaps your normal Caribbean scene, except there was a white girl working there. She just simply ...

          The South Atlantic - More Tales from Far Off Lands

          A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on Mar 18, 2014

          2 comments, 6 photos

          ... From a distance it could be a statue, it was so linear and vertical, but on closer inspection its shape became more defined as the light of the ever rising sun beamed over it. The water was again (folk will be sick of reading it) a clear aqua-blue and the beaches lining the shore were golden sand. Everywhere I looked I saw green mixed with grey, the lush vegetation covered the rock underneath. Dolphins constantly swam past the boat, often in huge pods of twenty or ...

          Another beautiful Anchorage-Anse du Diamond

          A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Nov 30, 2013

          4 photos

          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. ...

          Back on land after 16 days

          A travel blog entry by hilaryculkin on Dec 13, 2012

          9 photos

          ... we don't have either, but as the wind drops and we round the island we quickly catch everyone up as they drop their kites. The wind then picks up to 35-40 and we all hold our breathe as the boat creaks and takes off, and quickly breaks its speed record of 14 knots as we hit 18 knots as the boat surfs speedily down a wave vibrating as she goes.

          We look behind us and can see the cruising division starting, the sea is a mass of sails as over 100 boats all ...