Composed of 12 territories divided into departments and regions -DROM*- and in communities - COM*- (formerly named DOM-TOM), they offer lovers of nature and changes of scenery surely unforgettable travel ideas! The Caribbean Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Mozambique Canal are all bodies of water in which overseas lands, islands and islets are located.
At B&B HOTELS, we are one of these adventurers looking for a change of scenery!
Indeed, how can we resist the call of the sun, the beach and the turquoise waters of hot destinations; or the unique encounters with indigenous peoples and preserved environments in the northernmost islands?
Destinations worthy of the most beautiful postcards (or the best TV reports) in short!
Evoking the islands and islets of the French Overseas Territory also means sharing vernacular wealth as well as ancestral traditions, culinary recipes and local craftsmanship.
To enjoy a pleasant stay with family, friends or solo, book a room with B&B HOTELS to benefit from a cheap and well located hotel, which will allow you to save money and enjoy your holiday.
Many incredible landscapes a thousand leagues from those that can be seen in metropolitan France are yours to discover during your stay. Sandy beaches, water activities, hikes and discoveries of traditions will be on the programme!
In Martinique, our B&B HOTEL Fort de France, located just minutes from the centre of Fort de France, welcomes you all year round in the Caribbean!
Would you like to discover this beautiful place? This beautiful island, located in the Antilles Archipelago, can be reached via its international airport, from which you can reach our B&B HOTEL Fort-de-France in 15 minutes.
For your next stay in Martinique, choose B&B HOTELS to enjoy the best budget hotel.
Keep your eyes open, other overseas openings are to be expected!
*List of the territories of Overseas France: Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Réunion, Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, the French Southern and Antarctic Lands and the Islands of Wallis and Futuna.