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- Karibe HotelJuvenat 7, Petionville
The price is $146 per night from Jan 28 to Jan 293.7/5Good! (9 reviews)
- La Maison Hotel27, Route de Clercine, Boulevard Toussaint Louverture, Port-au-Prince
The price is $130 per night from Jan 28 to Jan 292.7/5 (3 reviews)
- Royal Oasis115, Rue Panamericaine, Petionville
The price is $135 per night from Feb 1 to Feb 23.8/5Good! (4 reviews)
How much is a hotel room in Port-au-Prince?
Hotels in Port-au-Prince start at $59 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Port-au-Prince Hotel & Travel Guide
With tropical weather all year long and the effervescent energy of a dynamic developing country, what's not to like about Port au Prince, Haiti? With so many cheap flights to Port au Prince easily accessible through Travelocity, there's no excuse not to book one of the cheap hotels in Port au Prince today.
Out and About in Port au Prince
Although many of Port au Prince's famous monuments, including the National Palace, were tragically destroyed in the 2010 earthquake, there are countless other experiences to squeeze into your visit. The Musée du Panthéon National Haïtien is an excellent and comprehensive look at Haitian culture and Caribbean history. To savor the local art, visit the sculptors of Grand Rue, where you can wonder at thought-provoking modern art composed entirely of salvaged materials. If you relish bustling marketplaces, head over to the Marché de Fer, a striking red iron structure that was originally built in Paris for a railway station in Cairo, Egypt but was instead brought over to Haiti in the late 1800s. Here you can find artisanal crafts and voodoo paraphernalia galore, so take it all in and maybe buy a few souvenirs to take home.
Eating and Drinking
The Marché de Fer is also the perfect place to try the local cuisine. No trip to Port au Prince would be complete without sampling the food, which is an eclectic mix with roots in the French, African, and Spanish traditions. Rice and beans are a staple of many dishes, and you'll also find thick stews and various fried meats, often complemented with pikliz (spicy pickled vegetables) and fried plantains. Don't forget to try crémas, a creamy coconut-flavored alcoholic beverage native to the region. Not sure which of the many hotels in Port au Prince to choose? Travelocity can help you find the best packages to Port au Prince, which include Port au Prince hotels. Save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight at the same time; if something comes up, change plans with no change or cancellation fees from Travelocity.