Pool area at the Marriott Hotel in Turgeau, Port-au-Prince
Photo: Anton Lau
Slow down to island time at the modern oasis of the Marriott Hotel, nestled in the central Port-au-Prince suburb of Turgeau.
In the busy metropolitan area of Turgeau, the Marriott Hotel is a jewel of comfort and modernity, set amidst busy streets peppered street food vendors, art sellers and taxi drivers. Next to the Digicel headquarters, the Marriott’s tall front doors open onto a large lobby decorated with pops of color and an exquisite blend of contemporary and traditional Haitian art.
Even on the small island of Haiti, accommodations at the Marriott Hotel are of a world-class level. Rooms are bright, spacious, and comfortable, and a small welcoming note personalizes the whole experience. Air conditioning and large beds are an advantage in the sultry Caribbean summer. Modern comforts of home - wherever that is for you - such as cable television, clothing irons and hair dryers, are readily available.
What's for breakfast?
In a hurry out of the Marriott on your way to a guided tour or a local event? Fear not! You’ll have time to grab a quick breakfast bite at Café Cho, the hotel’s own café. Café Cho's menu features delicious and filling on-the-go options such as chicken patties, egg sandwiches, yogurt and granola, or muffins. If you have more time on your hands, though, La Sirène has an amazing breakfast menu on weekdays, and a spectacular brunch starring fresh seasonal produce on weekends, good enough to pull in non-guests from all around the city.
How about lunch and dinner?
La Sirène is the Marriott’s star-studded restaurant. The menu serves up fresh local ingredients heightened with elements from all around the world, and the hotel’s Burger Week award-winning burger is often requested. You’ll find soups and salads, as well as hearty dishes featuring local mushrooms, red-sauce chicken, and fried appetizers to suit your every fancy - all of it in the hotel’s sleek interior, or outside in the warm summer air by the pool.
Is there a bar?
The selection of drinks at the bar - indoor or poolside - is expansive enough to satisfy even the most discerning of drinkers. From signature liquors to refreshing cocktails to local beers, La Sirène has something for everyone. If alcohol is not your cup of tea, the restaurant also offers a seasonal selection of natural, refreshing, made-to-order juices.
Activities and amenities
Marriot guests can enjoy the hotel's pool and fitness center. If you're travelling for business, spacious and modular conference and work rooms allow for comfortable work meetings.
Within a short walk you can find...
The Marriott is a door wide open on downtown Port-au-Prince’s culinary scene, and the options for adventure are boundless. Try fresh takes on typically Haitian dishes at Tchaka Bar or at Café Tap-Tap, or get to know local-favored spots like Oli’s and Piment Rouge!
Need to know (before you go)
A Sogebank ATM is available inside the hotel. Parking at the Marriott isn’t always easy, so visitors might have to park on the street. If you're on foot, however, public transport is extremely accessible.
For directions and bookings visit the Marriot Hotel on Hotels.com
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