Hotel Haiti has done well on the location front. Ca’n Picafort’s stretch of white sand is less than ten minutes’ walk down a hill, and it’s about the same distance to the bars and restaurants in the centre of town. The hotel is also on the main bus route – handy if you don’t fancy walking.
Location aside, this place is home to a quirky-shaped swimming pool – it looks a bit like a tadpole, with the skinny, shallow end sectioned off for kids. It’s surrounded by grassy lawns for sunbathing, and the restaurant’s terrace is close by.
Speaking of the restaurant, it’s a modern, air-conditioned buffet serving up everything from soups and salads to British favourites like bacon butties and fish fingers. The friendly staff here – and across the rest of the hotel – get lots of mentions on TripAdvisor.
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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.
Large lounge bar*
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Okay, but nothing special
Stayed in July 2013. As said, it was okay, but nothing particularly special. The rooms were fairly standard. Cleaned most days of the week. Had no change of towels. The food, when good was really good, but sometimes it didn't always quite hit the mark. However, there was a fair amount of choice, regardless of if you went at the start of the very end of meal times. The pool wasn't ideal. Theres a REALLY shallow bit for children, or a very deep area, and not much in between. This is fine, if you're not below 5'5 (like I am!). I couldn't stand unless in the really shallow area or at the very side, which I wasn't very happy with. Entertainment wasn't on every night, which I found surprising. However the nights it was on was enjoyable. All the staff are friendly and helpful. They seem to enforce the drinking age, which is I've never seen whenever I've been abroad. They actually asked to see my passport before they would serve me! This isn't a bad thing, just worth commenting on because it's not something I've come across.More
Rabb_x, Falkirk, United Kingdom
love haiti hotel
i stayed last october and am going back hotel clean and very freindly perfect position for beach and shops .pool very clean do not have to rush to save sunbeds , food was hot and a variety everyday , staff were very helpfull and polite , not hardly any nearby noise and entertainment was fine . all amenities at this hotel are a full 10 marks out of ten .More
Sharon M, Isle of Man, United Kingdom
My review of Haiti are probably a bit late but here goes: I first went to Haiti back in May 2012 for a 2 week stay with my Mum. We had a twin room which had a pool view. All very clean and tidy. Breakfast, lunch and dinner were all supurb (although at times a little repetitive) but always something to find. Desserts were great - just try everything! Can' Picafort is a nice area. Mercadona is opposite so if you want nuts or crisps or even some nibbles then you can nip across and buy stuff and bring into the Hotel. Afternoon cakes are at the bar at 5pm. Bar is open from 9am until 11.45pm. If you want to take drinks up to your room if you are not quite done drinking (like me and my mum) then ask for plastic cups and they will put it in there for you and then you can take upstairs. Sandwiches are usually out in the display cabinet in the bar area for around 10.30ish - always salami, salami and cheese or ham or cheese and ham. Oh and the ice cream is unlimited - just help yourself!!!! Mum and I fell in love with Hotel Haiti and we went back the year after and again it was just as great. Would love to return this year but we are going to Tunisia instead. All the staff are hardworking and dedicated to their jobs. Oh and if you do get a pool view dont worry about the outside noise as when the bar closes they move everyone from outside to inside and lock the doors so nobody can go outside.More
Shazza1982, Bude, United Kingdom
love this place
travelled to this hotel in june 2013 , sorry for the delayed review ... travelled with my wife and out 4 children aged 2 4 6 and 7 . we got a good deal with thomson not even 2k for 1 week all inclusive start of june . .... hotel rooms are basic but clean , they have 1 double (2 bed together) and 1 single , have tv with cbeebees itv etc on, bathroom was spotless with power shower and bath large storage space and big balcony with lovely views. ....food... breakfast is from 8am-10 huge choice of cold and cooked breakfast self service drinks of tea coffee juice water . ...lunch 12-2pm choices of salads and sides soups chips burgers pizzas changed everyday but always had at least 6 different salads and chips soups before the selected day food . drinks self services included wine ...dinner was from 6-8 again had salads chips soups but also had things like fish , bbq ribs , chicken, pie, veg and nuggets fish fingers etc for kids again drinks the same as lunch . ... bar had loads of choice of wines beer spirits kids juices slush but be careful the spirits are strong and good measures. also thereis big freezer full of cornettos feasts and other icecreams which was self service aswel as water . chairs inside and outside ...pool area was big some people did put the towels on the bed and not even come to the bed until after lunch which was a pain also pool is slighty on the cold side but you get use to it , theres a park for the kids . ... entertainment.. this area is next to the bar and isnt the biggest ive seen so go early if hotel is busy we had singers on like beatles act , plus other bands cabaret acts also a kids mini disco and entertainment and games the two men workin did there best to make the kids laugh and involve the adults . ...location is spot on its on a road but you dont hear the cars etc over the road is a big supermarket that the locals use so isnt expensive we went for baby milk nappies an snacks for the room.its a short walk to the beach which is fab white sand and clear water can hire loungers , plenty of shops on the walk down and along the front aswel as bars and restaurants.. there is also a little train that pics you up outside that will take you around called the ting ting takes you to the centre etc there is also a little farm and park locally . ...staff are friendly no matter what day or time , we arrived after midnight and staff where there smiling and helpful offered water and sandwiches maids always in your room cleaning , dont forget to put the sign on door if you are in room as they will come in . dining room staff do what they can to help help with highchair or getting smaller forks for little ones etc , seen 3 people have birthdays and all the staff in room came to sing to them with a cake . .. thomson reps didnt bother you did quizs in the day and had a table with the trips and would always say hi when you walked past or came to talk if you was sat in the front lobby but didnt try to sell you anything unless you was intrested which was good . overall we love this hotel and would go again also worth a trip to marineland for dolphin sealion and and parrot show aswel as other animals to see its got its own little beach and some little cafes to eat , at the top of the road and to the right is a cafe on the left side of the road has the best pizzas ever , we got greeted with 2 huge bottle water and ordered 2 pizzas which were big and also a burger and chips and salad , didnt even cost 20 euros and owner was lovely. worth a try .More
I went to this hotel first in June 2012 with family. Arriving at 9am in the beautiful sun. The coach journey was not too long from the airport about an hour, we were the 3rd drop of which was not bad. When we got to the hotel there was quite a long queue to check in but the staff at the desk handled it really well and we soon had our room key. Our room was a good size for two but with three of us was a bit small but we manged with it. The bathrooms have all been re-done and are really modern. The showers are powerful, hot and the baths are hot and powerful. There is a massive mirror covering one side of the bathroom. The food was brilliant and there was a wide range of meats, vegetables and salads. Everyday there were potato (different types), pastas, soup, chips and ice-cream. There was afternoon cakes and sandwiches at night. The drinks where brilliant, a wide range. The entertainment was brilliant. The pool is very big, as we went on the train around can picafort we realised we had pretty much the biggest pool. The life guards were very good and friendly. There is a lot of sun loungers around the pool. The staff are brilliant and very helpful. When we were out there one of my family had to be taking to hospital and the staff and reps were brilliant getting a taxi in the night and making sure were at the best hospital we could be at. Since that trip in 2012 we went again in July 2013 and it was again brilliant. I'll definitely be going back next summer!More
clare C, Monmouth, United Kingdom
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