Budget hotels & hostels
This hotel located in Petit Goave features free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned rooms and an outdoor swimming pool. Ladigue Hotel is located near the city centre and also includes an on-site restaurant...
La Source Hotel
Located in Port-Salut, Haiti, this property is focused on the eco-tourism and serves only 100% organic foods. It also has an outdoor pool and a children’s playground...
Dan's Creek Hotel
Dan’s Creek Hotel compliments its guests with breakfast services included with the rate, and is situated beachfront at the Port Salut district. It also has an outdoor pool...
Hotel Florita is a property located in Jacmel; it is 10 minutes’ drive from the beachfront and offers a bar in the terrace, airport shuttle and Wi-Fi access. It also has an outdoor pool...
Port Salut Beach House Bar And Grill
The Port Salut Beach House Bar and Grill is located on the turquoise Caribbean Sea in the coastal village of Port Salut, Haiti. It is a very safe establishment with 24 hour security...
The decor and welcome make the Auberge Inn feel more like a home than a guesthouse. Very charming, rooms have mosquito nets, the food is excellent, and there’s a selection of books, maps and handicrafts on sale...
Damaged in the earthquake but rebuilt, this converted mansion from 1888 oozes charm. There are polished floorboards and period furniture, while rooms are whitewashed and airy, with mosquito net and balcony. The bar is great, and chock-full of art.
Auberge La Distribution
Standing next to one of the irrigation canals, this hotel is better than one might expect for such a small town. There are a number of buildings set in a large and rambling garden, with tidy rooms and a palm-shaded terrace bar and restaurant...
Hotel Louis & Louise
This hotel is a yellow-and-blue gingerbread-style building with cozy rooms and home-cooked food.
A bright, clean and very modern hotel, with nice rooms, satellite TV, a restaurant and everything kept spotlessly clean. The drawback? The location, down a long dirt track off the highway, makes your own vehicle pretty much essential.
Hôtel Le Bon Temps
Next door to the Auberge Inn, this is a modern, well-appointed hotel, run with an efficient smile. The whole place is spotless, although some of the (cheaper) rooms have skylights rather than windows.
La Cascade Auberge
This guesthouse is a great deal: the large and spotless rooms have gleaming private bathrooms. Management speaks some English; the only drawback here is that some rooms don’t have external windows, making them a bit gloomy.
Abaka Bay Resort
This hotel must have one of the most fabulous beaches in the Caribbean, a smooth white curve of a bay, met by lush foliage and a series of pleasant bungalows and villas. The atmosphere is laid-back, but the service manages good attention to detail.
Hôtel Du Village
A government-owned hotel comprising a series of chalets, which was getting a facelift at the time of research...
Port Morgan is all bright-and-breezy gingerbread chalets with lovely views out to sea. There’s a small beach, a really excellent restaurant serving French-influenced cuisine, and various kayaks and other water-sports equipment for rent.
Hôtel De La Place
A pleasant old building overlooking Place Toussaint L’Ouverture, and a popular place to enjoy the Carnival. Rooms are modern, although some are a little on the small side; most manage a view...
A homey little guesthouse a few minutes’ walk from Marché Geffrard, Villa Monica has fairly basic rooms in a bungalow set in a shady garden. Bathrooms are shared, and there’s no breakfast or any food options.
There are invariably a few NGO workers staying at Guy’s and it’s easy to see why it remains popular. Everything is kept very clean, the rooms are comfy, and the staff is friendly and helpful...
Cap Lamandou Hôtel
On the edge of Jacmel but a bit of a hike off the main road, the Cap Lamandou is Jacmel’s glitziest hotel. Rooms are immaculate, with wi-fi throughout and all with possibly the best views over the bay in Jacmel...
Hôtel La Cabane
A bright and clean hotel. Some rooms are a little small, or maybe they just feel that way because of the ostentatious dark-wood furniture squeezed in. The airy restaurant is decorated with paintings of Jérémie’s famous literary and political sons.
Auberge Du Rayon Vert
Stylish and immaculate rooms are the order of the day here, with locally made furniture and very modern bathrooms, and the beach seconds away...
Hôtel La Jacmelienne Sur Plage
Once Jacmel’s most celebrated hotel, the Jacmelienne is now sadly a little past its best. The large rooms command good views out to sea from their balconies, and although adequately appointed, are in need of some maintenance...
Jaclef Plaza Hôtel
A brand-new hotel just outside town trying to decide if it wants to pitch to the business traveler or the tourist. There’s a good range of facilities and a bar, plus conference rooms...
This is the closest thing Les Cayes gets to a beach hotel: the sea is on the other side of the Cayenne’s boundary wall...