Occidental Royal Oasis

The elegant Royal Oasis by Occidental's Haiti hotel is strategically located in the heart of Petion-Ville, formerly an upscale residential suburb of Port-au-Prince that has evolved to become Haiti’s most important business and commercial hub. In the surrounding area, you will find several points of interest in Port-au-Prince, such as shops, banks, restaurants and embassies.

Royal Oasis by Occidental is a Haiti hotel sprawled over 3 acres of beautifully manicured grounds. Its modern 128 luxurious hotel rooms and suites offer stunning views of Port-au-Prince, as well as the finest amenities and personalized service the Royal Oasis hotel has to offer. Within the premises of the hotel, guests will find everything they need, including elegant boutiques, an esteemed art gallery, and bank services. Stress-free areas such as the Café Terrasses.

Exclusively for guests booking on this website, Royal Oasis hotel offers complimentary airport transfer (to and from Port-au-Prince International airport) which is conveniently only 30 minutes away. Please send flight details to reservations@ht.occidentalhotels.com or contact +509 22292030 48 hours prior to arrival.

  • 128 rooms and luxurious suites
  • Rooftop with 360° city views
  • Boutiques, art gallery, bank and ATM
  • 3 Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Executive meeting rooms
  • 2 large Ballrooms
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi



Occidental Experience: La Villa Restaurant, Chef Jean Luc Grabowski

The Restaurant La Villa has a welcoming atmosphere in natural tones and soft colors, decorated with touches of wood and iron with outstanding details of Haitian art. The Villa also offers a small outdoor terrace for those who prefer to enjoy a more casual environment.



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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.

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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.

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  • Carnival

    The Kanaval is celebrated with music, bands and parades. Parades have floats, sometimes with children participating in the celebrations. The floats typically have sound systems set up on trucks to play music to the crowds. Food stands selling barbecued treats and rum are a popular part of celebrations. There are also comedy plays put on by the Kanaval participants, often satirizing political topics. Revellers wear masks and costumes, as they do at other carnival celebrations in the Caribbean, North America, and Central and South America. The parades makes their way through the streets of Port-au-Prince and end with celebrations at the large plaza Champ De Mars, located across from the Palais national (National Palace), the former residence of Haiti's president.

  • Festival Jazz
    Festival Jazz

    Each year since 2007, the capital city of Port-au-Prince hosts the International Jazz Festival to a growing and diverse public. Located in the Greater Antilles, Haiti benefits from a mild January Caribbean climate during this one-week spectacular event. The Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival offers an unprecedented cultural assembly in Haiti each year to a local and international audience as a non-profit event in partnership with the Ministry of Culture & Communication, the Ministry of Tourism, ten embassies, and major private and public institutions throughout the country. Musicians from around the world participate in this common celebration of jazz in Port-au-Prince. These musicians come from the United States, France, Brazil, Mexico, Chili, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, the Dominican Republic, and of course, from Haiti and its Diaspora.

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