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We went to Dan's Creek for an anniversary lunch and a relaxing afternoon enjoying the beach and deck. We were four expat couples. We were there for lunch only, so can't speak for the rooms in the hotel. The lunch was good enough, although somewhat...More
We went to stay at this hotel for a couple of days prior to going to Deschappelle, Haiti to work at Albert Schweitzer Hospital. This was a lovely place, beautiful sea and very good food. My room was small but adequate and had a wonderful...More
We stayed at this hotel three years ago and it was much better. It seems to be going through a few growing pains. But the staff is doing an amazing job keeping visitors happy. We were there during new year's eve for a couple of...More
Great setting with its own strip of beach, a small pool and a deck where to watch beautiful sun sets. The rooms are spacious if a bit dated and dark. They have balconies with wooden lounges. The service is prompt and friendly. Two friendly dogs...More
We arrived on a Monday afternoon and stayed for 3 nights. As it was low season, and elections were causing some problems in the country, we were the only guests. The staff worked just as hard as if the place was full: setting all the...More
Well my situation is a bit different as I live here in Port au Prince (PaP). I have a car so it is a lot easier to get around. There is no regular flight to P. Salut. There might be one to Les Cayes, which is a larger city... More
Well my situation is a bit different as I live here in Port au Prince (PaP). I have a car so it is a lot easier to get around. There is no regular flight to P. Salut. There might be one to Les Cayes, which is a larger city nearby but it would probably need to be a charter flight. Your best bet would be to fly into PaP and then hire a travel service to take you there. You could probably take a bus to P. Salut, but I am not sure how regular they are. Buses take forever though, so expect a 9hour trip at best. Whatever you do, have a backup plan and a backup backup plan. This country is crazy. Sorry I couldn't be more help. Haiti really can be a lovely place, but you just have to have the right support system since there really is no infrastructure. Good luck.