2016 Top 10 BEST Hotels & Resorts in Haiti

Royal Decameron Indigo Beach ResortRoyal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort & Spa: It’s got royal in the name, and for good reasons: this beach resort offers nothing short of an amazing experience, with all the details needed for a good, relaxing, fun time at the Beach. If you want to turn your Haiti hotel stay into something a little more experiential, the Royal Decameron may be just the place you need. With sun, sand, daily activities, quiet pool and activity pool, nightly shows, disco, spa just to name a few, this resort will put your vacation to Haiti over the top. Need a few more reasons to convince yourself? Read more….

Moulin Sur MerMoulin Sur Mer: If you’re looking for luxury on the beach, you’ll find it at Moulin Sur Mer. Modern amenities meet history on this former sugarcane plantation from the 18th century. In true colonial style, the hotel stands in a picture-perfect setting amongst period-appropriate architecture to bring a relaxing and unique sensibility to your visit in Haiti. If that wasn’t enough reason to stay, read more…

Marriott Port au Prince Hotel HaitiMarriott Port au Prince Hotel: Marriott is a well-known hotel chain, and now there’s one to call home in Haiti. It’s located in the national capital, and guests can expect the same high standards as they would in all Marriotts around the world. Not sure whether you’ll choose the Marriott PAP for your trip? Read more…

 

Karibe HotelKaribe Hotel: Karibe is known for its lush gardens, its countless trees and its architecture, which was carefully designed to showcase nature. The lobby is completely open to tropical breezes and natural lighting. It also highlights Haitian art through the metal work throughout the hotel. Offering everything from shopping and dining to fitness and relaxation, Karibe knows what it takes to make your trip unforgettable. Read more…

Kinam HotelKinam Hotel: Many hotels tend to seem the same these days. While a generic hotel will certainly do, choosing one with a bit of character can really spice up your travel experience. With a chic design and a youthful way of presenting itself, Kinam is definitely one of the more interesting places to stay when visiting Haiti. Read more…

ServotelServotel: Travelers need a hearty dose of comfort every now and then, and a stay in a quality hotel can be just what they’re looking for. If you’re the kind of traveler who likes to treat yourself to a comfy home base in between exploring and wandering, here are a few reasons why you should consider a stay at the Servotel in Haiti. Read more…

Abaka Bay ResortAbaka Bay Resort: This hotel’s stunning setting is everything you could hope for, and the guests here tend not to be disappointed with the views. Situated amongst the mountains and sea, you’ll get all of the atmosphere and revitalization of a luxury getaway. The setting is just the start though – so check out the other reasons why you should consider staying at Abaka Bay Resort. Read more…

Cormier ResortCormier Plage Resort: Located on the beach, this resort comprises five acres of luxury landscape and accommodation. By offering a complimentary breakfast and dinner, Comier shows that they put guest satisfaction first. Aside from their great relationships with guests, there are other compelling reasons why you should consider staying at Comier Bay Resort when visiting Haiti. Read more…

Hotel CyvadierHotel Cyvadier: This hotel is located in Jacmel, a wonderful region filled with splendid sights to see and a number of places to visit. The Blue Basin (locally known as Le Bassin Bleu) is designed with a series of water tanks that release cascades of water into a fresh, clear blue-water basin for you plunge into and swim to your heart’s content. Read more…

Kabic Beach ClubHotel Kabic Beach Club: You’ll find luscious gardens and vibrant greenery, a beautiful swimming pool and a beach just a few steps away. The restaurant is first-class and serves a wide variety of local and international dishes. You can also relax on the beach and watch amazing ocean sunsets. Read more…