Fort de France is since 1902 the main city of Martinique. Our city is dynamic and concentrates commercial areas, leisure and working activities.
Patio Gallieni is one of its historic houses, built in the thirties.
Converted for professional use in the 70s, the Patio recently transformed into its original use as accommodation.
Major renovations took place in 1995 and 2016 making the building seismic and para-cyclonic, double entrance gate, ensuring residents’ safety.
Five cosy apartments and studios welcome travelers looking for a genuine city life.
The apartment can accommodate up to 4 people with baby.
Flooded with natural light, each room is fully equipped and air conditioned.
The apartments include an air-conditioned bedroom with double bed of 1.40m with reading lights, a bathroom with rain shower,
a fully equipped kitchen (fridge, washing machine, electric induction hob, oven, coffee maker, kettle, microwave, crockery),
a dining area, a lounge with a convertible sofa type "rapido", large screen TV and a desk.
The studios accommodate up to 2 people.
Bright and functional, the studios are all air-conditioned and equipped.
1.40m double bed with reading lights, bathroom with rain shower, fully equipped kitchen
(fridge, washing machine, electric induction hob, oven, coffee maker, kettle, microwave, crockery),
a club chair, large screen TV, a storage room and a dining area.
The city AND the sea in the Dowtown City !
The proximity to the Flamands’ Bay (5 minutes walk from the beach), shopping facilities in the heart of the city (close to the big local market, supermarket Carrefour, and shuttles to the Trois Ilets and Carbet).
La Savane, place of the cultural and sporting events of the Martinique life (carnival, departure and arrival of the race of the round rickshaws, half-marathon, cycle tour) is 200 m from the Patio Galliéni, and in a radius of 500 m,
The cultural complex ATRIUM and its jazz festival, international festival of the city Fort de France, the SERMAC (cultural center of expression of Antillean artistic traditions),
The Fort Saint Louis, Museums of history and ethnography, the Museum of archeology, the Schœlcher Library, built by the Eiffel workshop, the cathedral completely restored in 2017,
And all the charm of a city dotted with traditional architecture in wood, Louisiana style, modernist, or resolutely contemporary.