With Ca’n Picafort’s sandy beach and town centre close by, Hotel Haiti has got itself a really handy spot.
Hotel Haiti has done well on the location front. Ca’n Picafort’s stretch of white sand is less than 10 minutes’ walk down a hill, and it’s about the same distance to the bars and restaurants in the town centre.
The hotel has a swimming pool and sunbathing area outside, while indoors you’ve got a buffet restaurant and a lounge bar that hosts nightly entertainment.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Afternoon tea. National and some international beverages, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks and ice-cream.
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Fun shaped pool with sunbeds and parasols on the terrace and garden.
For buffet breakfasts and dinners.
Just off the main pool with safety bars dividing the 2 areas. Sunbeds and parasols close by.
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Ok for a cheap get away
Me and my partner stayed here July 2011. It was within the summer holidays so the hotel was packed with kids, the pool is medium sized but was always rammed - very noisy too with all the children and parents shouting! As it is against the rules to reserve sun beds; guests would be up 10-20 mins before opening time so there would be a huge queue through reception and up the stairs just for when the staff opened the glass door entrance to the pool! It was like release day everyone would run out to get their beds. So be prepared to get up EARLY! Guests that were not up to reserve beds ended up on the grass which was also really busy. The food was ok, pretty average we ate out a couple of occasions as there are many restaurants nearby and its cheap enough to do so. The entertainment is also extremely busy at this time of year - we couldn't even get seated most nights. Beers are given in plastic cups. The rooms are comfortable. I personally would never go back this time of year again as it is too small to accommodate during the day. They could do with another pool. We had a nice time. This is a budget hotel. More
Carla S, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Hotel & Cruise break
We stayed in the Haiti Hotel from 14th to 21st October on a hotel/cruise break. After reading some of the revews we were very apprehensive and at one point thought of cancelling but we decided to go ahead. What a wonderful surprise on arrival. This 3* hotel had some of the friendliest staff we've encountered on many of our holidays. The food was varied, with carveries and an excellent choice throughout our stay. Our stay was all-inclusive. On some all-inclusive we've been on we have found bar staff to be unfriendly but in the Haiti what a joy. They were friendly, helpfull and nothing was too much trouble. Choice of drinks was fantastic - wine excellent!!! We were on the 5th floor, our room was always spotless, our room cleaner always had a lovely smile and sang as worked. The rooms had been renovated to a high standard. The chef, at each meal time, came out to check presentaiton, heat of the food, etc. I could only think the complaint from some Brits could be it wasn't burgers and chips everynight. It is a 3* hotel after all but we would class it as a good 4*. I belive this hotel is run by Thompsons and I have reported before on a bad Thompsons hotel in Turkey but this time we'll give Thompsons full marks. The Thompsons entertainment staff constanly came round and kept everyone involved. We had a variety of games, quizzes, darts, archery, boules, riffle shooting, etc. Tell me what more do you want on holiday. So first class Thompsons this time. We then went on a Thompsons cruise which we'll make comment on the cruise page.More
Peter John N, Rhos, United Kingdom
We had a week here from 21st October had a really good stay good location only 5 to 10minute walk to beach and loads of shops restaurants etc . May of only been a three star hotel but would of said on par with a 4 star hotel staff very freindly and helpfull the food was good and the hotel was clean the room we had on the 5th floor was great could not find a fault with it at all which is a first for us . If you want a nice friendly and clean hotel I would say try the haiti it might not be everyone's choice but we had a great timeMore
Kevin512013, Horsham, United Kingdom
Excellent for 3 star
We recently stayed here for 4 nights after a cruise. We were very impressed with our room on the 5th floor which had been refurbished. It was as good as any Travelodge we have stayed in. Lovely decor. Sea view and no noise. The food was excellent at every meal, plenty of choice. My only criticism of the restaurant was that the staff were very miserable apart from the jolly chef! The bar staff and cleaners were very good. My partner could not get on with the local beer on tap but all other drinks and cocktails were good. The pool area was lovely and plenty of sun beds but probably a lot different in peak season. There are no sun bed towels available so take your own. I had to go out and buy one. Most AI hotels do supply these for a small deposit. I was a little disappointed with the surrounding area as it is mainly residential. Not many bars within walking distance but that's fine if you intend to stay for the all-inclusive. The little road train that stops outside the train is well worth the 3 euros for a 45 minute trip and you can get on and off as much as you like. A lovely huge market near the front on a Friday if you like looking for bargains. All in all an excellent hotel, I would say at the very top of 3 star and I would not hesitate to recommend it.More
janeymop, Bristol, United Kingdom
lovely friendly hotel
Just returned from 7 days AI at this hotel...We had fab time my partner and I. The staff are so very friendly..special mention for Juan in the bar, although ALL of the staff deserve a pat on the back. Being AI we were impressed with the quality of the drinks and coffee. Food was mainly pork, chicken or fish but the quality again was good. Salad variety was enough but special praise for fruit which was excellent. Yes the previously mentioned carpets are a bit worn, but hey ho we didn't sleep on the floors and our rooms were very clean and presentable. All in all although end of season and the hotel, like many others was closing end of week, we had a great time...Have to add though we had no issues with sun loungers and bar service because hotel was very unoccupied might be different when full though.More
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