In the modern, safe area of Petion-Ville - from $250/night
A variety of options to suit any mood
In rooms and throughout the hotel
To & from Port-au-Prince airport
On site shops, art gallery, bank and ATM
Occidental Royal Oasis
This elegant city hotel in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is located in the modern and safe neighborhood of Petion-Ville near many embassies, government agencies and international corporate offices. It features beautifully manicured tropical landscape as well as magnificent views of the city. Guest staying at Royal Oasis will also enjoy a wide selection of restaurants and bars in a private and relaxed atmosphere.
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- 128 rooms and luxurious suites
- Boutiques, art gallery, bank and ATM
- Rooftop pool with city views
- 4 Restaurants including exclusive Royal Club restaurant
- Lobby Bar
- 3 small Meeting Rooms and 2 Large Ballrooms for up to 300 persons
- Spa and Hair Salon (opening late 2013)
- Convention Center (opening 2014)
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Occidental Experience: La Villa Restaurant and chef David Marrugat
In a cozy ambiance emerging from the soft, natural shades and the décor in wood and iron, La Villa Restaurant highlights the art of Haiti. There is even an outdoor area for guests who prefer a more casual atmosphere.
Executive chef David Marrugat is committed to luxury and good taste. His dishes are a culinary adventure you’ll never forget.
Haiti's capital of Port au Prince, the most important tourist destination in the country, is located on the Bay of La Gonâve Gulf, where you will find some of the city’s best hotels. The beautiful Haitian capital is notable for its sprawling Caribbean beaches, ideal tropical climate, and considerable culturing offerings. Must-visits include the famous Petion-Ville quarter, the National Palace, and the National Sugar Cane Museum.
Built in the 1940s, La Villa Restaurant changed its name to Le Picardie, where you could meet Marlon Brando, Conrad Hilton or Gloria Vanderbilt. Since then, it has come to life again as a famed chic gourmet restaurant in the capital.
Easter Carnival – Rara (March-April)
Haiti has a unique traditional carnival, Rara, that is separate from the main pre-Lent Kanaval celebrations. Rara processions culminate in a week-long celebration that takes place during the Catholic 'Holy Week', which includes the Easter holiday.
Fêtes patronales (May to September)
During major holidays, garden parties are a particular dimension. These are a get together of local people and Haitian expatriates who continue to drive tourism visiting the country regularly, especially during festivals countryside.
Carnaval des Fleurs (July)
Carnival of Flowers, an event very different from the national Carnival held in February, will celebrate the new beginning and revitalization of Haiti, including Port-au-Prince with a parade of flowers.