Address60 Ave Christophe Port-Au-PrinceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Immortalized as the Hotel Trianon in Graham Greene’s The Comedians, this elegant gingerbread building is one of the city’s loveliest, further tricked out with paintings and Vodou flags. There’s a sociable bar and every Thursday the house band RAM plays up a storm until the small hours. Sadly, the rooms, fixtures and service don’t quite live up to the tariff, but it remains a lively scene.
Our independent authors have visited Hôtel Oloffson and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Port-Au-Prince.
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