Hostellerie du Roi Christophe
Lonely Planet review
Cap-Haïtien’s most charming hotel, this French colonial building has something of the Spanish hacienda about it. Set within lush gardens, there’s an elegant, leafy central courtyard with plenty of rocking chairs, and a terrace restaurant. The rooms are large and comfy with plenty of period furniture and art; many have balconies. The story that Henri Christophe worked in the kitchens as a slave is sadly apocryphal.