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Hotel Oloffson
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Reviewed 11 May 2018

We stayed there a few years ago. The rooms up the stairs and in the corner were horrible. We had to attend a family wedding. There was no electricity and the rooms were sweltering hot and I was so uncomfortable getting dressed. The water in the bathrooms were just a trickle. When we complained, the owners were rather cool and seemed unconcerned. I had to speak to them quite sternly and then they moved us to the front rooms, The owners are arrogant and very unfriedly. I will not go back there again!

Room Tip: Stay in the front rooms
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

If you are looking for a 5 star resort, then you may be about 30 years too late; however, if you can appreciate the authenticity of an older Haitian hotel and restaurant with a beautiful, cultural history, this is your place. We stayed in the Susan Sarandon room and despite intermittent electricity and cold showers, we had an amazing time. The view is spectacular. The mojito is to die for. RAM was a unique and entertaining experience. I give this five stars for experience. Definitely recommend visiting to help build the tourism in Port Au Prince!

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Alena M
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

The hotel is a grand building where in its Gilded Age the rich and famous congregated. Among its claims to fame it was the setting of a Graham Greene novel. It’s a beautiful example of gothic gingerbread architecture. The years have taken their toll though and it’s now in disrepair with crooked balusters, chipping paint, creaky floorboards. All that and the voodoo artwork that dot the property give it a mysterious and uncanny aura. I do not recommend this place for an overnight stay, more because of the dingy and shabby look of the rooms than anything else. But we had a cocktail at sunset with the beautiful view of the sea, the yellowish glow of the light bulbs highlighting the architectural features and the eerily quiet surroundings and it was an highlight of our trip. Also, there is a theatre for live music and it is worth to check the calendar in advance for any event.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank EnricoNovelli
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Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

I've been obsessed with this Hotel for years. Having read "The Comedians" and having seen Films and documentaries about, I finally got to visit it . It did NOT disappoint. The Imposing structure is akin to a temple. Love all the vodou themed sculpture assemblages scattered about the yard. Spoke to a waiter who's worked there over 30 years . Great atmosphere all around. Food Decent if pricey. Timed our visit for the RAM performance. Fantastic show great crowd wonderful vibes. We were greeted by one of those Legendary tropical downpours our first night it felt like a welcome sign. Will go back! One of the last few great Hotels. You can almost feel the presence of history.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Mats S
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Reviewed 2 February 2018

I enjoyed staying in the Paul Haggis room which was nicely furnished. The bathroom was substandard but the shower worked well. Loved the view of the city from the balcony in front. The food was fair and for breakfast they have a variety to choose from. They feature special dishes for lunch and dinner. The owner's musical group R.A.M. performs late Thursday nights so people booking that night must be aware of this event.

Room Tip: have a look before selecting as they have different types of rooms
  • Stayed: January 2018, travelled with friends
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Thank LisandroVoyager
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