Pool area at Hôtel Montana, Bourdon
Photo: Hôtel Montana
Live lavishly when you stay at Hotel Montana. A perfect getaway for the adventurous couple or the group of friends, everything you need awaits at one of the most modern yet traditional Haitian hotels.
A luxurious escape is what you’ll find at Hotel Montana. Located in the area of Bourdon, this hotel offers one of the most beautiful views of the city while being relatively close to all the interesting and lively spots in the capital. A modern yet comfortable feel has been a signature style for Hotel Montana since 1947. The owners take pride in their newly built memorial garden, honoring the victims of the 2010 earthquake and their 150-year old mahogany tree by the pool. Take it upon yourself to relax by the quiet pool area or enjoy picture-perfect moments by the bar while you enjoy a sweet tropical drink.
Totaling 63 rooms, Hotel Montana is equipped with 47 regular rooms and 16 suites. All of the accommodations have A/C, free WiFi, and are all decorated with authentic Haitian art and accessories. If you are planning to “live lavish,” regardless of how long your stay will be, Hotel Montana’s suites all have their own kitchenette or kitchen and have a private balcony or terrace. The touches of color in this modern, renovated space make Hotel Montana perfect for those looking for a destination that is easy on the eyes. The hotel also aims to be eco-friendly through their initiatives and partnerships pushing for the use of recycled materials whether in their soaps, towels, linens, or plastic containers.
What's for breakfast?
Acajou is the hotel’s restaurant and it offers a complimentary breakfast buffet. There, you will find a variety of options both local and international, ranging from eggs and pancake stations to warm traditional Haitian breakfast options, Acajou is sure to satisfy your cravings whether you’re sleeping in or waking up after a night out.
How about lunch and dinner?
Acajou offers an à-la-carte menu, through which the restaurant’s chefs excel at providing a transformative culinary experience all while highlighting the traditional flavors of Haiti. One of its staple dishes is the Lambi Creole (Creole conch) which offers both newcomers and locals a one-of-a-kind taste in every bite. Acajou’s location is complete with its view of downtown Port-au-Prince which lights up in the evening. Whether you’re looking for a light salad for lunch or to eat up before going on your next adventure, Acajou has it all.
And if you’re not up to eat out on a given night, Acajou offers a few events as well:
- Thursday Carribean Nights (6:30pm - 10:30pm): Local bands and Caribbean specialities
- Friday Salsa Nights (11:00pm - 1:00 am)
- Sunday Creole Dinner Buffet (6:30pm to 10:30pm): Haitian traditional dishes
Is there a bar?
A scenery like Hotel Montana’s wouldn’t be complete without a set of beautiful tropical cocktails or the famous Prestige beer-- all available at the bar or to be ordered as you sit by the pool.
Activities and amenities
Hotel Montana offers a well-rounded set of amenities which include complimentary free WiFi but also a fitness center, laundry services if needed, an exotic and quiet pool area, a tennis court available for hour long bookings, and regular on-site yoga classes with resident instructor, Danielle Deslume (check out her Instagram profile, here!).
Within a short walk you can find...
Hotel Montana is located just outside of Pétion-Ville, a hub for trendy restaurants and shops, but it’s also a 20-minute drive to downtown Port-au-Prince, where one can venture for more historical sights and even stop by the MUPANAH or the Champs-de-Mars, where the national carnival annually takes place.
Need to know (before you go)
The hotel offers onsite laundry services, for those visiting Haiti for an extended period. There is no minimum stay requirement - you can stay for as little as one night - and should you be in need, you can get your currency exchanged at the front desk.
For directions and bookings visit Hôtel Montana on Hotels.com
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