Martinique Gets First Hostel


Martinique’s budget accommodations have expanded with the opening of the new Centre International de Séjour, the island’s first-ever hostel. Located in Etang Z'Abricots on the outskirts of the capital city of Fort-de-France, just six miles from Aimé Césaire International Airport, the five-story facility opened in June with 65 rooms but it wasn’t until last week that a release on the opening was issued. Six specially equipped wheelchair accessible rooms are also available for disabled visitors.


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