Most Romantic Hotels in Martinique

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A Caribbean island is inherently romantic. But the passion-fueling factors on offer at these five Martinique hotels -- private outdoor showers, a candlelit restaurant serving French-Caribbean cuisine, a remote location surrounded by banana farms and sea -- really drive the sense of romance home.

  1. Sleek Asian-inspired design paired with a secluded, gated location overlooking the Atlantic combine to create a sophisticated, serene setting. The 50 villas are spacious and private, offering separate living areas, outdoor showers, and terraces with plunge pools. The many luxe amenities -- an immaculate infinity pool, a Guerlain spa, fitness center, two restaurants, and a lovely stretch of white-sand beach -- make it easy for guests to check in and never leave. 

  2. Hotel Plein Soleil is an art-filled, upper-middle-range boutique hotel set in an off-the-beaten-track location among lush, flowering grounds with views of the Bay of ThalĂ©mont. A young chef trained under star-chef Alain Ducasse heads the stylish restaurant while an attentive staff caters to guests, mostly families and couples, who prefer to hide away in the 16 rooms and suites set in five colorful Caribbean-Creole style villas, some with private pools and terraces with kitchenettes. The main house offers a relaxed residential feel with plush seating and stark white walls that showcase the owner's carefully curated, eclectic collection of artwork. Those seeking more amenities such as a spa and a beachfront location may prefer the nearby Cap Est Lagoon Resort and Spa.

  3. Le Panoramic's serene hilltop location delivers constant breezes and panoramic views of the Caribbean. The impeccable, sustainably designed hotel has 36 colorful, meticulously tidy studios and bungalows with full kitchens, small living areas with sofa trundle beds, and private terraces overlooking the water. With no amenities besides a pool and and flowering gardens on-site, the hotel primarily attracts visitors who use the hotel as a jumping-off point to explore the island.

  4. The largest hotel in the area, the upper-middle-range Hotel Bakoua is set on a hillside hovering above a crescent-shaped stretch of white sand, overlooking Fort de France Bay and the twinkling lights of Martinique's capital city. An infinity-edge pool sits at the top of the property, close to the more formal lobby bar and a sprawling terrace area. At sea level, the beach and a round over-the-water bar caters to a more relaxed crowd. The 138 rooms and suites feature colonial Caribbean style and views of the gardens or ocean; some have direct access to the beach. There are three restaurants on-site, and several more within walking distance in the lively Village Creole.

  5. Hotel La Pagerie is located in the heart of the Village Creole, a lively tourist area with colorful architecture and lots of shops and cafes. The serene boutique hotel has a large, open-air lobby; a lagoon-style pool with a swim-up bar; and 95 rooms with private terraces overlooking the grounds and pool. In the evenings guests as well as visitors and locals flock to La Pitaya, Hotel La Pagerie's elegant restaurant serving artfully prepared French-Caribbean cuisine.

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