Book cheap hotels in Haiti

Are you looking for the best hotels in Haiti? You can enjoy a wonderful holiday destination here. The country is very popular: a beautiful nature, good restaurants, beautiful museums and a wonderful culture. There are numerous hotels to book. A cheap budget hotel is available from €69,00 per night. Do you want a more luxurious room? A hotel room will cost you about €134,00 per accommodation. You have many options here for a sun holiday. There are also plenty of things to do here during the winter months. Book your hotel room in Haiti easily online. Choose one of the hotel providers and book your accommodation online.

CountryHaiti
Capital cityPort au Prince
Average hotel room price€93,00
Official languageFrench, Haitian Creole
Official CurrencyHaitian gourde (HTG)
Best time to visitNovember to March
Population11.584.996
Total surface area27750 km2
Time zoneUTC−05:00
AirlineTortug’ Air
Large Airport Toussaint Louverture International Airport (IATA:PAP)
Official government websitewww.primature.gouv.ht

Handy travel information
Are you going on holiday to Haiti? Make sure you are well prepared. The capital of the country is Port au Prince. The currency is Haitian gourde (HTG). The Haitian time zone is UTC−05:00. The official language: French, Haitian Creole. The current population is about 11.584.996 inhabitants in the country. The country’s total land area is 27750 km2. As for power supplies: the voltage is 110 V, 60 Hz and the socket type is A / B. The country code for phone calls is +509.

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Special regions for a hotel stay in Haiti

Haiti has versatile holiday areas. Please select one of the available regions below. You will find more information and check the possible hotel offers. Tip: also inquire about hotel accommodations in Malawi & Caribbean Netherlands.

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Main Attractions of Haiti

Cap-Haitien
This is Haiti’s second city and former capital. The city of Cap-Haitien captures more of the Latin culture than the main city. Its streets are filled with Spanish influenced houses and buildings and has been known as the ‘Paris of Antilles’. Cap-Haitien also has some of the country’s best beaches.

Port-au-Prince
A place of people, rundown buildings, open manholes, murals and graffiti of Creole sayings. Port-au-Prince is a capital unlike any in the Carribean. It is also home to Marche de Fer which translates to Iron Market. It is a mix of Paris and Africa filled with stores, stalls and stuff. All in all an overwhelming experience indeed.

The Bassins Bleu
It is three pools that join into one spectacular cobalt colored waterfall. It’s color is attributed to dissolved minerals in the water which is what the falls were named for.

Etang Sumatre
It is Haiti’s largest salt water lake and holds over 100 species of waterfoul, flamingos and crocodiles. Like the Bassins Bleu, Etang Sumatre has a very distinctive shade of blue due to the minerals in the water.

Details about public transportation in Haiti

Haiti has a well laid out public transport network. A good domestic airport is Toussaint Louverture International Airport. They offer reliable flights. The national airline company is Tortug’ Air. They offer various destinations. Also research the last-minute deal options. Via www.primature.gouv.ht more background info is given about: tax for tourists, hospital care and visas & passports.

How to get there?

By Air
Haiti only has one international Airport. It is officially called the Guy Malary International Airport but abroad it is better known as Port-au-Prince International Airport. A departure tax is charged when leaving Haiti by air which is not included with the price of the ticket. It is also important to remember to have your passport and yellow entry card when leaving Haiti.

By Car
For those not taking the aerial route, it is an eight-hour drive to Haiti ‘s Port-au-Prince Airport from Caribintair.

By Train
There are no routes going to Haiti by train or railway.

Getting Around

  • The cheapest way around Haiti is by bus with prices depending on how far you go. There are no specific departure times for the buses though. The buses leave their departure points once all seats have been filled.
  • Car rentals are also available for those adventurous enough. Haiti’s streets are notorious for its potholes and dilapidated cars as well as its winding roads and speeding buses that make driving that much more exciting.
  • Haiti has a taxi system called publiques, which basically takes different passengers to different places. These taxis have no distinct markings save for the red ribbon on their mirror.

 

Average hotel prices

Haitian hotel prices can vary quite a bit. You can find the average rates in the next figure.

Hotel classRates
Basic accommodation€69,00
Common room€93,00
Exclusive lodging€134,00
City trip€279,00
Meal (per person)€47,00
Basic rates for an hotel stay in Haiti

Climate & Weather Forecasts June 2024

Haiti is a versatile country. The country has a Tropical wet-dry climate. The normal annual temperature is 25,1 degrees centigrade. Keep in mind some cooler temperatures in winter. During this period it is about 22,3 degrees centigrade °C. Temperatures rise during the summer. Like 27,5 degrees centigrade °C. In the table below you get an impression of the weather of the coming days.


What is the language they speak in Haiti?

Creole and French are both official languages in Haiti although English is well spoken in places near its capital and other large cities.

What are important religions in the country?

Predominantly Catholic Haiti’s population is 80% Roman Catholic, and 16% Protestant although it should be noted that at least half the population of Haiti practices Voodoo which was practiced in the country long before the Spanish and French occupation.