Hotel Haiti  

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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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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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Outdoor pool

The lagoon-shaped pool here is surrounded by a sun terrace and dotted with sunloungers.

Buffet restaurant

You'll have a good selection of dishes on offer for breakfast and dinner here at the buffet restaurant.

Children's pool

Little ones have their own section of the main pool.

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twin room

These twin rooms with their whitewashed walls and brightly coloured soft furnishings can sleep up to four. Air-conditioning is available at the manager's discretion. Space is limited when the room is fully occupied and there is no room for a cot.

single room

These single rooms with their whitewashed walls and brightly coloured soft furnishings sleep one. Air-conditioning is available at the manager's discretion.

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Travelled in Late June 2015 for 1 week with my husband we are both in early 40's. hotel was 500m from the can picafort beach which only took less than a 10 min stroll to the bottom of the road. hotel although dated in parts was spotless and had good bar service. glasses was used on the terrace and inside plastic cups was used for by the pool which is standard for safety. pool was small very deep and there was a children side. no music around the pool which was a first for us but to be fair it made the holiday more relaxing. The food is good so do not listen to the silly reviews of people who complain. There were at least 4 mixed salad options, plus basic salad, there are always 2 variations of potato/chips, there are 2-3 meat options chicken pork lion, fish, pasta and pasta sauce and there is always a paella at the bottom of the carvery. There is always pizza and chicken nuggets for the kids. the bread is baked fresh 3 times a day and they have a British cooked breakfast with 4 different types of cereals, toast , numerous jams and yogurts etc. the alcohol was nice very drinkable, Amsteral lager,wine the soft drinks were 7 up/fanta/pepsi. The spirits was nice. This is a British occupied hotel with basic British food. If you want a more exotic menu then this hotel is not for you. The entertainment was low key some water aerobics, killer darts/pool, air rifle shooting in the days and a standard singer/comedian in the night. we never stayed for the evening entertainment as the bar strip on the waterfront was fantastic lots of bars/restaurants where u can sit eat and drink whilst people watching. there are some looky looky men selling fake goods but they were harmless and u could chat to them and still say no thank you and they would just say ok Mr and move on, without pressuring you yo buy. 12 euro was the average price of a meal with a pint. good t bone steak meal with a pint 23 euros, ice cream was 3 - 4 euro. bus fare to Alcudia is only 1.50 each way so very cheap to get about, car hire went from £30 per day and Vanrell is the main dealer on the strip which is the same company as the reps use ( i saw them deliver their car!) the bedrooms was small but fairly modern cleaned every day with fresh towels. The only negative comment is the air con is not great as i feel the vent is positioned wrong blowing directly down on the floor instead of across the room. overall a cheap and cheerful hotel that i would definitely go back to at the right price as we paid £700 for us both for 1 week all inc. Majorca as a whole is friendly,fun and safe. The beach here in ca'n Picafort is very popular as the water is crystal clear and very shallow great for young families so get a bed by 11am they are 3 euro each and 4 euro for the coconut canopy gives u the Caribbean feel. GO ENJOY but dont pay a fortune! xxMore

avvers14, southwales

Our experience...

Stayed in this hotel 26/6/16 - 4/7/15. Hotel is very clean, and the staff are very friendly and helpful! The rooms are also a good size. However, the grass area with sun beds surrounding the pool, is quite small and crowded and most of the sun beds were taken before we even came down for breakfast around 9am. Also seems odd as there is a large grass area behind the hotel not being used at all. Terrace out side the bar is nice, but is where everyone smokes, and there was a lot of smokers. Cannot fault the food, changes every night and they do lovely carvery most nights! We left the hotel every day and walked the short 10 minutes to the beach, which was very busy but more enjoyable than spending the whole day at the hotel! Also went on a boat trip, which we would not recommend as it costs around €30pp and food is not provided, we were taken to a beach where the only cafe there was too expensive to buy lunch! Overall, a lovely family hotel, great if you have younger children, but we probably won't visit again. More

Megan F,

Nice week away

Have just returned from a weeks stay at the Hotel Haiti. Had a very nice week in what is a very nice hotel. Rooms are very clean and comfortable, good air con system and storage facilities. The beds are firm but surprisingly comfortable. Half of the hotel overlooks the pool and distant sea where as the other side overlooks a noisy main road and petrol station (unfotunately this was to be our view for the week)! The food was good and there was just enough choice and something for everyone, restaurant staff were also extremely friendly, as were bar staff. The evening entertainment is good but you have to get there over 2 hours in advice to get a seat as there is limited bar seating meaning many had to stand and watch from the back. The hotel location is brilliant, only a few minutes walk from the beach and shops, bars and restaurants. There was a lot to do in C'an Picafort and the hotel is located brilliantly to help this. My biggest issue was sun beds. I know there has always been an issue with sun bed reserving in any hotel but this is by far the worst I have seen. We found ourselves getting up at 7am just to get a decent sunbed and even then getting downstairs to find over 50% with towels on. This isn't something you expect to have to do when you are on holiday. I understand this is not the fault of the hotel but it really is something that needs to be sorted one way or another. Especially as the majority reserving didn't actually use them most of the time. This is a clearly stated family hotel but beware if you are coming to expect a quiet relaxed atmosphere by the pool. On our last day kids were running riot spraying each other with water guns etc catching guests in the cross fire getting them and belongings wet whilst the parents looked on. I understand this is a family hotel but at times it was all too much. Overall we had a nice stay but I would not return, favouring somewhere a bit more chilled and laid back next time. I would recommend this hotel to any family though looking for a cheap week away in the sun.More

Oliver G,

Great stay at the Haiti!

We have just returned from hotel haiti and would highly recommend it. As a group we had a lovely week. Between the adults we tried desperately hard to think of 1 negative and couldn't!!! The hotel was clean, all of the staff were friendly and very efficient......the bar staff especially. Lisa who runs the day/evening activities kept our 10 year old entertained and each day he couldn't wait for her to arrive. The food in the restaurant was what you expect from an all inclusive hotel a variety of meats, salads, potatoes, rice etc. Its was always fresh and tasted good. We didn't use the service of the Thomson reps but the reception staff were always very helpful with any queries. We stayed in rooms on the 5th floor which are the refurbished rooms,. They are clean, modern and the showers were great. Communal areas such as the pool and restaurant never felt over crowded, the bar area got busy in the evening but there is plenty of seating inside and outside. We would have no reservation about recommending this hotel to friends and family. More

1981hols, Plymouth, United Kingdom


Weeks holiday still there now! 1* snacks 2* hotel food and choice 3* room as refurbished 4* drinks range 5* staff so hard working and friendly to guests. Hotel grounds should make better use of other side of gardens for more seating and loungers at least. Bus stop 5 mins walk so can escape to Alcudia €1.80 each way 35mins on bus and fantastic Puerto Pollenca €2.65 each way for around an hours on bus but well worth it at Ca'N Picafort beach thin strip and packed. First All Inclusive we have been on that no picnic bags if going out for the day, but if anything like the food its best you buy lunch.... Saw lots of people popping out for take away food like pizza's crisps and snacks from supermarket across main road...More

Chocky59, Dudley, United Kingdom

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Hotel Haiti
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