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  • From hotel residences, eco-tourism properties and gîtes on Basse-Terre, resorts and 3- and 4-star hotel clubs with a spa on the beach and small hotels full of charm in the country to private villas that you can rent, the islands of Guadeloupe offer a wide range of accommodation options.

  • Accommodation on Martinique is varied and very well-organised in the island’s tourist areas. In the resorts on the south coast as well as in Tartane, a range of traditional hotels of a high standard are available.

  • The island’s hotels offer very high standards in terms of facilities, staff and services. The majority of hotels are superior 3-star, 4- or 5-star, and are mainly located alongside beaches or on hills overlooking the coast.

  • Along its coastline, French Guiana has over 3,000 beds for tourists in accommodation ranging from residences to star-rated hotels as well as around 100 beds in Clévacances rental properties. 

  • Accommodation on the island of Réunion is sufficiently diversified to enable visitors to stay in a high-quality, à la carte property. Over 50 are classified in line with French standards, including two 5-star properties and eleven with a 4-star rating.   

  • Accommodation in French Polynesia can be divided into three main categories: international hotels, small family-run hotels, and furnished properties. International hotels are located on the most popular tourist islands.. They are either situated on mountain slopes or over water, and respect the strictest quality standards.

  • New Caledonia offers a choice of highly diversified accommodation options ranging from 5-star hotels of an international standard, to Melanesian gîtes and even a farm stay.