Hotel Ker Alberte
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ker Alberte Cayenne
Travel Blogs from Cayenne
... limitations meant that meal options were restricted to the nighttime food stalls operating in perfect competition within the main square.
Not willing to blow a month's budget and struggling to remember much French, we were quite content eating fresh croissants and relaxing in our hotel across from the sea.
Onward bus to Kourou, 1 hour.
... trees, black rocks leading into the ocean & a pounding turquoise sea. Spent the remainder of my time on the island resting in the shade overlooking the sparkling sea & watching agoutis (like large guinea pigs) chasing each other. The journey was far calmer on the way back so many of the group decided to nap. Shortly after swapping places with Adam to allow him to stretch out I was pelted by a massive wave in the very seat he kindly vacated for me. Arriving back ...
... just occasional glimpses of jungle and water. I got some direct routings to shorten the flight, arriving at Cayenne at about the expected time. I flew the approach into runway 08 under a broken layer at about 2500 feet.
Cayenne is a little piece of France, and once inside the Cayenne FIR it was all French or French-accented English. They have a daily flight from Paris and a lot of local shuttle flights to small ...
... it lasted from 2:45 to 3:30. There were many “booths” -- dunk the crew --- wet balloons thrown over their heads to get them wet, a football match, bean bag toss, horse race, basketball hoops, toss the ring over the dancers in the pool, fish pond in the hot tub, and many more. It was great fun, very noisy and boisterous--- I had 8 tickets to put in the draw box but did not win anything just had a few great laughs!!! ...
... without even a place to stay is not a great start, but I'm positive I'll figure something out! From the sky French Guiana is a mass of dense jungle/rainforest, very few settlements, few roads, little industry, I still have no idea what to expect when I reach the capital!
Lonely Planet suggests sharing a taxi to town but no-one I asked was using a taxi, so it was 35 euro to Cayenne. I asked for one hostel, but apparently it closed, ...