- Reviews: 1
Pacot Breeze Hotel: Pacot Breeze Hotel Highly Recommended on AirBnB
If you are thinking about your next mind blowing trip somewhere that is completely different! Think About HAITI! Everything is legal there! And you can be completely free and stress-free!
Or on another side If you are thinking about volunteering/working away from home while making a difference consider Haiti among your options. You came to the right place for what you are looking for. We have been hosting travelers/foreigners for several years now and have helped hour hosts with a variety of purposes/passions. There are several volunteering opportunities available nearby (walking distance) from our location in several nearby schools, churches, NGOs, hospitals, orphanages etc… They can help with the arrangements for you if needed. They actually also need some help running our hostel with front desk work and greeting the tourists they receive weekly. Their past guests have also really enjoyed being able to learn about the amazing Haitian culture and also learning our languages (French and Creole). If you have not been to Haiti before I am sure it will be a great experience!
For a short or long stay in Haiti while wishing to live like at home, choose Pacot Breeze, an ideal temporary residence that knows how to translate its residents’ state of mind. Perched on the hill of Rue Pacot, its terrace, balcony and front windows offer a captivating sight of Port-au-Prince. Day and night, Pacot Breeze opens the heart of the city for a real close-up look, by means of public transportation, private vehicle or a brisk or slow walk. Like a forest home, Pacot Breeze sets a calm day for its residents with its chirping birds and offers to end a tiring day with a peaceful retreat under the blinking stars of a navy blue sky and in the tune of frogs and crickets’ chorus.
They also have other services (for small fees) that you may be interested in such as airport pick up/ drop off with no problem, breakfast, diner, lunch, laundry etc...
They are located in the center of the city, so all the places that you would want to visit will be relatively close. For example the main park of the city called Champs de Mars is at about 10-15 mn walking distance to us. The Haitian Palace (Palais National D’Haiti) (which is now their Ground Zero) was located in the middle of Champs de Mars before the earthquake. Petion Ville is at about 15 mns to their location, easily accessible trough the Route du Canapé Vert.
On top of its convenience in distance and accessibility, Pacot is also known to be a safe and peaceful residential area for several years now. And for extra security, their location is secured by very high walls and gates. Plus they have a security guard who is on duty 24 hours a day. Therefore you can be reassured that you will be safe there :)
They have Hostel Beds (Dorm Room Type) for $15-$25 per night. They have single rooms ($30/night) with one queen size bed, double rooms ($40/night), with 2 smaller beds, and apartments ($75/night) of three rooms, a small living area, a kitchen with stove and fridge and 2 bathrooms. All the rooms have private bathrooms (single and double rooms). They also have studio type rooms which have a single room, plus a little kitchen with stove and fridge. Volunteers are considered as preferred guests therefore for long-stay volunteering cases (several weeks) arrangements (price reduction) will be made.
Check their ratings on Trip Advisor, Airbnb and www.pacotbreeze.com.
For more information on the great things to do in Haiti visit:
- Reviews: 8
Hotel Villa Creole: A nice place for ex-pats and people doing business
A nice place away from the bustle of the city, with good food. Architecture is sixtiish (like the neighbouring hotels: Ritz and El Rancho), and seems to have grown a bit wildly across the years. Internet in the rooms through a cable - not the fastest in the world, but hey, it is available! Near the in-places for ex-pats, ONU foreign troops, etc. in Petion Ville.
- Reviews: 798
Villa Kalewes: A French Auberge in Haiti
There are only six rooms and all look onto the lovely private courtyard with a small but charming swimming pool surrounded by palm trees and tropical plants.
It is more like staying in someone's home than in a hotel and the lovely lady who runs it is utterly charming. There is the occasional wedding party and I'm sure no one would notice if you joined them on the porch for the buffet. The food is out of this world.
The hotel is not in PAP but up the hill in the cooler and more calm Petionville. It is a short walk from the main square so you can easily take public transportation and walk up to Kalewes. There are taxis available if you don't want to walk.
The lovely courtyard is so peaceful. You feel like you are in another world. You can walk down into Petionville for the shopping and restaurants but when you enter the Villa Kalewes, you are in a cocoon of quiet. It's a lovely place to rest and recuperate.
There are easy trips to Kenskoff, Bouteille, Fermathe and the Barbancourt Rum Factory from Kalewes.
- Reviews: 798
Yes, it is a Holiday Inn right by the Palace!: Holiday Inn Port-au-Prince
I've never stayed there but we've often stopped in their restaurant for dinner and/or drinks. They make a mean rum punch!! Highly recommended.
There is a lovely inner courtyard garden and swimming pool in addition to the restaurant. If you want to stay in downtown Port-au-Prince, this is really the only place to stay. It is your typical Holiday Inn with a tropical twist and entirely conventional.
You may see members of the press or missionaries on conference there too. It's very convenient to the major tourist sights.
Clean, quiet, pleasant and in the middle of town. The pool is a treasure on hot muggy days!
- Reviews: 89
Park Hotel: Hotel in Town centre
Rather basic, but nice old house with atmosphere right in Champs de Mars in the centre of Port-au-Prince. it is owned by the same family for over 70 years and meanwhile run down, but still O.K.. Also nice ist the garden - a place to rest and there is also a pool.
Double room as of 65 USD
Nice old house in excellent location
- Reviews: 177
This hotel is located in the centre of Petionville. Although I didn't stay here, I ventured a visit for an evening drink. Everything seemed well kept and clean except the washroom by the pool that was to be desired. I would definetly consider this place if I had to find a hotel in Haiti.
One hell of a rum punch!
- Reviews: 89
Villa Creole: Ok, but not to recommend
Very nice Hotel close to Petion-Ville, but the Hotel KINAM in the centre of Petion-Ville as as nice as the Villa Creole and much much cheaper
Breakfast outside under the tree...
- Reviews: 177
Healing Hands Guesthouse: Healing Hands Guesthouse
This is where we stayed for one week. NOTE: this is not a hotel. I think it is much better actually! 45US$ or so a night purchases you a roof, breakfast and diner! No there isnt any hot water (except for in the girls shower for some reason.....?????) and the beds aren't like sleeping on a 500$ matress! However it was the best placed I ever stayed at! No joke! There was just something about it. I guess it had to do with the atmosphere of our team. Anyhow i would definetly reccomend it! It was a great experience. Very similar to a hostel, with a few little bonuses!!!!
Great food!!! mmmmmmmm.....
A very nice pool!!! sooo relaxing
An amazing lot to go for a morning or afternoon walk!!!
Great staff!!! thank you so much!!!
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