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Club Med La Caravelle

At a Glance

    Pros

  • a large fun quotient
  • exceptional boutique
  • good service

    Cons

  • Club Med experience and kid-friendly atmosphere is not for everyone
  • older standard rooms are small
  • Wi-Fi is extra

Club Med La Caravelle Review

Facing one of the island's best white-sand beaches, La Caravelle, is one of the original clubs in the Caribbean, yet all the facilities—including the seafront restaurant and its deck—have a smashing, contemporary look. Known for its water sports, this Club Med also has land-based classes, like trapeze lessons. The stunning buffet restaurant has a separate air-conditioned section and much-better-than-average food. The best accommodations are in the oceanfront Marie-Galante wing and the generous suites in Grande-Terre, all of which are glamorous and done in the club's color scheme: maroons, mauves, and reds. (To sample the wares, you can buy a day or night pass.) The children's programs are notably creative, including sports and mini-theater performances; there's even Club Med Baby.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Quartier Caravelle, Ste-Anne, Grande-Terre 97180 | Map It
  • Phone: 0590/85–49–50; 800/258–2633
  • Website:
  • Location: Grande-Terre

    Hotel Details

  • 297 rooms, 37 suites.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
  • Closed Sept.– early Nov.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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