My husband and I love the Caribbean so we thought we would spend our vacation in a place that needed the business the most. We were delighted that this hotel is so quiet and peaceful and beautiful. The beach is small but safe, with gently rolling transparent green water. The sunsets were gorgeous and we sat outdoors for all meals and drinks. There was always a breeze blowing in from the ocean. Insects were not a problem and the service was very attentive Everything was immaculately clean and the staff were cordial and helpful. The desserts were scrumptious, especially the flan and the passion fruit mousse. I loved it and we are determined to return in the not too distant future. We stayed the first week of December, 2014
Margaret from New York City
Set on a private beach, this Montrouis resort is located within walking distance of Ogier- Fombrun Museum. Area attractions …More
This hotel is tucked away from the craziness of Port au Prince. It's in a quiet and safe suburb-like area of Petionville, surrounded by large gated homes. The hotel offered transportation from and to the airport at a great rate. I was also able to use the chauffer's services at a nominal fee to go into town to make some purchases. The room was as described and clean. The air conditioner's lowest temperature was 18 degrees celcius and would cut off periodically, but would start up again after about 20 mins or so. There was a cieling fan to keep cool when the A/C would shut off. The matress was super firm/hard and didn't yield at all, but since I was only staying for two nights, I didn't complain. The staff was attentive, friendly and helpful. The proprietor, Mrs. Jocelyne Petit, was pleasant and always asked if everything was ok. The in-house restaurant is convenient and the bar was always fully stocked. I saw some people hanging out poolside but didn't join them. All in all, my husband and I shared a relaxing couple of days together and totally forgot I was in Haiti.
Tracy from Pembroke Pines, FL
Situated in Petionville, this hotel is in the same area as Champs de Mars Square, National Pantheon Museum, and National Palace.More
It was a pleasure for me to be in this hotel,in fact it is my first time staying in a hotel in Haiti, Most of my visits,i stayed with my family who lives not to far down a few blocks in delmas.I did not regret doing so,the warmth and courteous people that work in the place.
Dilande from New Jersey
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Church of St. Peter, Champs de Mars Square, and National Pantheon Museum …More