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Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa in Martinique, French West Indies

Washed ashore on the French island of Martinique, glittering on the shores of the azure Caribbean, is an oasis called Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa. A member of the esteemed Relais & Chateaux - a collection of enviable properties with a flawless reputation - the resort's 50 suites are both lavish yet playful. Enjoy roomy beds, Balinese-style sofas topped with rattan canopies, teak terraces, private plunge pools and an overwhelming sense of privacy. Lather up within the confines of your al fresco shower or lounge poolside with an umbrella-laden cocktail. Things are anything but ordinary at Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa.

When hunger calls or you need to quench your thirst, follow the tranquil pathway towards the lagoon and find the resort's charming Le Campche restaurant. Its menu features succulent lobster, fresh fish and a variety of Creole-inspired dishes. The mixologist at the nearby Cohi-bar knows how to shake and stir your favorite libations while you enjoy the serene water views. Sip a rum-infused drink, or make a run to the cigar cellar for an imported Cohiba. The spa is a soothing escape and offers a menu of soothing and supple treatments coupled with jet showers, algae baths and a hammam. Plunge into the ice-water pool for an unexpected jolt or find your inner om at one of the many yoga classes offered. Island living means days spent on the beach trying your hand at surfing, sailing and windsurfing. A simple sunset walk along the platinum-sand shoreline marks the end to yet another wonderful day at Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa.

Location of Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa

Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa
Quartier Cap Est Le Francois
Martinique, French West Indies

Nearest Airport: FDF

Amenities for Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 50 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Wine Cellar
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Hamam
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Music & Movie Library
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Boating
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We spent 100 Euro on a taxi ride to visit the hotel to find out the photos of it are very old (2007) We waited 15 minutes for the gate intercom to be answered to let us in ...the place looked very rundown at the entrance. It does not look like a 5 star resort! The beach is disgusting and smelly and would definitely not come again ! It’s a shame because I’m sure in its day it would of been lovely!

Paul M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here for about five days in December ... and although we ran into some minor issues with the service.. by the end of our stay we were really pleased. We did have an issue with the internet service in our room (it didn't work) and felt a little brushed off by some members of the staff. However after a few conversations/days someone did try to resolve the issue. (which we appreciated) The room - We had a second floor room with a balcony. The room was absolutely perfect and the view from our balcony was amazing. If you're looking for a beautiful location where you can just relax... this hotel definitely hits the mark there. Food - We ate dinner and lunch at the hotel a couple of times... each time it was really good. While we usually enjoy trying lots of different places - I can honestly say we happy with every meal we had at this hotel. The service in the restaurant was also great. More importantly they do offer a service for breakfast in the room -- and we thought that was awesome and a lot of fun. (Basically a selection of pastries, toast etc) We had breakfast on our balcony almost every day. Beach - Relaxing at the beach is nice.. but it's not really a great beach for swimming (because it's on the Atlantic side of the island) Location - It's not very close to a lot of things... so plan accordingly. We rented a car for our trip, so we were able use this as a good base. But if you didn't have a car.... taxi's could be pretty expensive. Overall we really did enjoy our stay... and would likely stay here again if/when we return to Martinique.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I am writing this review on the 5th Day of our week-Long stay: and if the next two days match up to our experience so far, we will depart Martinique full of great memories and fully satisfied. We planned this family vacation months in advance and since it was our first time to Martinique, we arrived naturally with nervous anticipation. Flight from JFK New York Our family consisted of six adults and a one-year old. Direct flights were preferable and we were fortunate to fly Norwegian Air - only 4 hours from JFK. The airport is extremely easy to navigate- by the time you get off the plane and go through a quick immigration check point, any bags you checked are waiting for you. Cap Est Resort When booking this hotel, we reviewed the website and actually called the hotel directly to better understand the options. We required three rooms and accommodations for the baby. The response was - No Problem - and they delivered! The complex (which you can see on the website) consists of 52 individual suites arranged in a semi-circle of a walking path - ALL OF THEM HAVE GREAT LOCATIONS AND VIEWS - you have to do your homework and decide your priorities. There are certain rooms which have a private pool area, some are closer to the beach side, some are closer to the pool area and others overlook the beautiful lagoon/bay. Amenities: The beach is perfect - large enough to accommodate everyone at the resort (there is no fighting for chairs, etc.) yet small enough to be near the rooms which helps when “carrying” a baby to enjoy the sand and water. While there is seaweed which builds up at the beachside, the staff cleared it away each morning to allow access to beautiful and shallow water. For the more adventurous guests, “kite surfing” and the like are available right off the same beach. It was fun to watch. Another amenity is the “Ponton” - a beautiful dock (check out any of the pictures on the website) which provides a quiet place to sit, a simple entry into the shallow and clear water and a wonderful location to charter a boat ride for a minimum of 3 hours or as long as a full day. We did a 3 1/2 tour to “Madame Isle” with everything arranged by the concierge (more about that later). A beautiful infinity pool area, large grass area and tennis court complement the two restaurants, spa and fitness room. Our Experience Since we took the Norwegian flight arrives at 6pm local time, there is always nervousness that when we would arrive at Cap Est, there would be a problem with our rooms and we would be greeted by “the night staff”. Nothing could be further from the truth. We were greeted not only by wonderful and energetic staff who greeted us formally by our last name, but also David (one of the senior managers) who quickly handled the check in and paperwork to expedite not only allowing us to freshen up but assure us that the restaurant would be waiting for us to serve dinner. The great part about Cap Est is they delivered the specific rooms we books many months before. There was no bait and switch or apologies because we were evening arrivals. We asked for room 118 which has a private pool and easily accommodated the baby crib they provided and they kept our other children’s rooms nearby. Our room also had easy access to the beach area and steps away from the “Ponton”. Well done! Kid-Friendly We were pleasantly surprised to see so many families with young children - and from so many countries. All of us were universally catered to with high chairs in the restaurants, the crib in the room, and wonderful staff. Try to imagine our shock to have “Santa” arrive at our room Christmas Eve with a present for the baby! Breakfast is included and by the second morning, the restaurant staff anticipated the baby’s exact needs which avoided us asking - you can’t put a price on that kind of service. The Staff Here is our experience with the staff regardless of the “rank” and/or responsibility - they were professional, hard-working, concerned about our happiness, attentive to every detail and delivered service with a smile (and an ability to communicate in English). Upon our arrival, imagine our shock when three young ladies from reception refused to let us carry our bags to our rooms and delivered them with an ease and efficiency we have rarely seen. The maid staff was tremendous in helping us keep organized, (there was “turn-down” service in the evening and NEVER a problem getting clean towels for the room or the beach.). The concierge area was always staffed and we are providing a particular “shout out”to Bruno and Sean who skillfully arranged a full week’s worth of restaurants, excursions and sights to visit as well as a driver for the week who was consistently on-time, courteous and was very helpful transporting the baby with a car seat. We did not have any problems and cannot say enough about this dedicated staff (many of whom worked through Christmas.) Final Thoughts We are a large group and each year try to find an experience which can accommodate our ever-growing family. This year was a first with the baby - and any pre-conceived concerns during the many months of planning and budgeting were averted because Cap Est delivers as advertised and the Cap Est “family” work really hard to meet its guests needs. Thank you for a great holiday!

- Hewlett, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

We were overall really disappointed with our experience at this hotel that positions itself as a resort. It is is need of updating. We received a single key that was the old school gigantic variety. Our room was in disrepair: two of the faucets leaked and we had no light in the shower. The experience with reception when we arrived was not especially warm or informative. Over the course of our stay we had to go through the lobby often (as you must request and return all beach towels here!). Every time we dealt with reception it seemed the management was there, and the priority of the staff was to assist them. Our feeling was that guests were not the priority here, more of a nuisance to the staff! We were really irritated by the access to the resort which required using an intercom to request re entry; more than half the time we could not even hear what they were saying. The beach was also disappointing. While visually beautiful, it is extremely shallow and filled with sea weed. I would not recommend this hotel , as I felt that it was expensive for the value.

Henri_B_SC - Greenville, South Carolina

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

My Wife and I are extremely busy in our day to day lives so our visit to cap est and Martinique in the low season was perfect. We almost had the resort to our selves. The almost deserted beach was awesome. The restaurant food was absolutely great as was the service. The front desk staff very pleasant and helpful as was the manager with suggestions for some exploring. They all spoke English which really helped as my high school French was a long time ago. The facility is located in an absolutely beautiful location you need a car to go exploring make sure you have gps. The roads are great but very windy . Now for the but. The facility and rooms are in need of some maintenance and repairs . We realize it's low season but a few more staff members to do cleaning and maintenance would help greatly. It would also be nice if there was beach and pool drink and food service other than 12-2. With the prices charged it would more than pay for the cost and would make people happy. Martinique is on the expensive side of the scale for food and drink but we found the quality excellent here and at other spots . Taxi's are very expensive 70 euro for a 35-45 minute trip each way. Car rentals were very reasonable 35 euro a day for a very nice compact which is definitely the way to go as the roads are very narrow . We hope cap est owner ship puts some money into the repairs and maintenance it would be a shame to see this beautiful spot fall into further disrepair. We loved our time here and wish we could have given a higher rating .

Sid K

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