"It is today the most famous seaside resort of the island. There is a beautiful white sand beach (Anse-Mitan), many hotels, bars, restaurants and stores, a golf course, a marina and even a Creole village, a beautiful group of small colored houses reconstituting a typical Martinican village.
La Pagerie Hotel is in front of the village. It defines itself as "tropical chic"... with good reason ! This little haven of peace offers the service, equipment and comfort of a four-star hotel, which is unfortunately not always the case in Martinique. Completely renovated, the neo-creole-style building is built around a beautiful tropical garden where there is also a beautiful swimming pool surrounded by straw huts and a swim-up pool bar, the Palm Bar, where you can enjoy a cocktail without going out of the water.
The 96 rooms, all with balcony or small garden, are spacious, furnished in a style combining tradition and design, and are perfectly equipped (there is even a board and an iron !). The hotel also has an indoor bar located in the main lobby, a meeting room and a semi-gastronomic restaurant, Pitaya, open to the garden and pool.
The Martinican chef, Vladimir-François Maïkoouva, favors local and seasonal products in a fusion cuisine, both Creole and French. Dishes that can be savored as much with the eyes as with the mouth and mix a lot of flavors as subtle as refined as in his marlin carpaccio with citrus fruits, marlin raviole and bouillon head infused with garden herbs or his yam dombré with fresh herbs, chatrou (octopus) confit, fricassee of lambis and shrimps, bisque with cuttlefish ink. A real treat !
La Pagerie Hotel also gives a very importante place to art. While walking in the garden, you discover works by local and foreign artists. Finally, every first Sunday of the month, the hotel organizes a market that puts Martinique's crafts in the spotlight."