Destination Hospitality Tourism

Opening of the Vatel Martinique School in 2020

Vatel opens its doors in Martinique, in partnership with a Caribbean hotel group experienced in business and leisure hotels. The school is located in Fort de France within the Hotel La Valmenière.

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Study hotel management at Vatel Martinique

In the heart of the capital, this establishment has a privileged location and will allow students to take advantage of quality infrastructures with a breathtaking view of the famous bay of Fort-de-France.

Vatel Martinique offers a complete training with a level II curriculum (Bachelor-license) then the possibility to continue to level I (MBA- Master).

A management school on the flower island

Martinique nestles in the heart of the Caribbean arc between the islands of Dominica to the north and Saint Lucia to the south.

8 hours flight from Europe, the “Ile aux fleurs” is a French department and is part of the European Union.

The socio-administrative structures are identical to the other regions of France.

In 2017, Martinique welcomed more than one million tourists, a record figure that confirms its tourism development.

At the same time as strengthening the tourist offer and increasing professional opportunities, Martinique is taking up the challenge of upgrading its hotel facilities.

The destination Martinique is characterized by its biodiversity and unique landscapes: the South is bordered by a coastline with magnificent beaches.

The regional natural park covers an area of 63,000 hectares and includes sites as diverse as the south coast, the petrified savannah, the Caravelle peninsula and the Diamond region.

The North offers the luxuriance of tropical forests and reveals an extraordinary garden.

Montagne Pelée (1397 meters) and the Pitons du Carbet reign as masters of the volcanic massifs.

Whether one prefers activities on land or at sea, the exploration of Martinique is inexhaustible: diving, sailing, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, climbing, golf, paragliding, canyoning, jet skiing, rafting, tree climbing, swimming with sea turtles and dolphins.

The rich heritage reflects the history of Martinique and its inhabitants throughout history.

About a hundred sites are classified as “historical monuments”.

The population is distinguished by its great diversity, the result of the island’s history.

Martinique is a peaceful and exotic region of France.

A School a few minutes from Capital

In the immediate vicinity of the business district, the school is hosted by a classified establishment with a variety of services and hotel facilities.

The downtown area of Fort-de-France boasts a heritage steeped in history, shopping facilities, a large fruit and vegetable market, access to the island’s most beautiful beaches by shuttle bus, not to mention its many affordable cafés and restaurants.

Bordered by the Caribbean Sea, observable from the Place de la Savane, the bay of the flamingos of Fort-de-France has been classified among the most beautiful in the world.

The Vatel Martinique school is just a few minutes from the city center, fully served by the high level service bus (TCSP), also serving the airport and the city of Le Lamentin.

Living in Martinique, A continual Discovery

Martinique is part of the Caribbean Archipelago.

It is bathed to the west by the Caribbean Sea and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.

Its astonishing nature offers sublime seaside landscapes, a luxuriant vegetation, a prodigious biodiversity including the famous Pelee Mountain.

Martinique’s cultural heritage sets it apart and makes the island unique and exciting: AOC rum distilleries, traditional sailing races, renowned literature and writers.

Living in the heart of the “Windward Islands” means being able to discover the neighboring islands of Dominica or Saint Lucia just a few kilometers away for a weekend.

At 3,150 km from New York and 440 km from the first South American coast, the American continent is immediately accessible.

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Contact : Frédérique DISPAGNE

+ 596 (0)6 96 56 57 44

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