- Reviews: 226
Lady Chancellor Guest house: Hostel Port of Spain
I stayed here for 3 days and I think I was the only person there. It is clean and the rooms have fridges and microwaves, there is also access to the kitchen. It is a long way from town and if you dont have transport it takes about and hour and a half to walk into the city. Make sure you have TT dollars because there are no credit card facilities.
- Reviews: 226
Bel Aire Hotel: Trinidad Airport Hotel
This hotel is old and dingy and not very clean. The photos on the web site must have been taken when it was opened in about 1960. It certainly hasn't been upgraded since. The toilet was also broken. The staff did happily changed my room when I told them this and the food at the resturuant wasnt bad and the staff were friendly. There is a free shuttle to the airport. I think this place is overpriced for what you get, but so is everything in Trinidad. There is a new Holiday Inn just opened down the road, if I went back I would stay there instead.
- Reviews: 1
Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre: he best wine in the world
it is peacful,serean,hot and sunny.
its perfect for any one around eighteen or over.
it will be the best place you will ever go.
its a plac for relaxation.
the very minute you walk in the door every one gives you a warm welcome.
the bed and break fast as a swimming pool on the roof.
they treat you very nicely.
they help you with any concerns you have and your worries.
there is fantastic veiws for every one
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