La Créole is Guadeloupe’s treasured Black-Owned hotel and is one of the few of its kind in the French Caribbean. Located on the seaside in Guadeloupe’s Grand-Terre amongst flourishing tropical parks and palm trees, it is the perfect getaway to the lesser-explored side of the Caribbean. 

The stylish beachfront hotel offers spacious suites for families, couples and, temptingly enough, long-term stays. The breathtaking ocean-front view, the infinity pool and the island vibes complete with lilies and hibiscus lined premises makes La Créole a favorite amongst visiting guests. 

The ‘chic and cozy ambiance’, as celebrated on La Créole’s website, is a part of the unforgettable experience at the hotel and spa. Blending the traditional Caribbean beach-house style with modern comforts, La Créole Beach Hotel and Spa infuses the culture of the island into the fabric of the establishment. Travelers can enjoy a garden, sea or pool view when they select their room.

The hotel also offers an onsite spa made from the perfect combination of wood, stone and soft lighting, adding to its luxurious, wellness atmosphere. You can also discover the beauty of traditional Creole dishes on the island at Le Zawag restaurant. La Créole’s other restaurant, La Route des Épices, offers cuisine from around the world such as Asian, Italian, Creole and the Grill. 

The hotel boasts the perfect location to explore Guadeloupe and is also 12 km from the international Pôle Caraïbes airport. While enjoying the hotel, guests have a range of facilities to choose from. Children are well-entertained with the hotel’s ‘Kid’s club’, yoga classes are offered as well as other exciting activities such as deep-sea diving, trips out to sea or even the opportunity to hire a kayak.

There is a huge focus on catering for solo travelers and family travelers alike, so expect a range of entertainment such as tennis tables, pétanque pins and board games to have fun with.

With the sea-breeze and serenity expected of the Caribbean, La Créole has easily become the go-to calm haven in Guadeloupe’s hotel scene.