Hotel Oloffson

Address: Box 260, Port-au-Prince, 6110, Haiti | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Box 260, Port-au-Prince, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Port-au-Prince

    A day around Port-au-Prince

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 17, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... s much safer than Port-au-Prince. Foreigner can walk around without much risk. I decided to have lunch at the Hotel Oloffson, which is set on a hill as well but just above Port-au-Prince. I asked the front desk about the best way for me to get there and back. The manager suggested I take a metered taxi. If traffic wasn’t too slow, it would be the least expensive (safe) way to get there. But I would need some <i>gourdes ...

    Arrival in Haiti

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Dec 15, 2014

    8 comments, 6 photos

    ... a number of flying bags. It’s clear many people are not used to waiting their turn as our custom is, but rather they go by a modified king-of-the-hill approach: “heaven help the hindmost, because no one else will.” This made for fascination watching when one was not directly involved – when directly implicated it was much less fascinating….

    The boarding and inflight announcements were made in English, French and Haitian Creole, quite ...

    Our introduction to Haiti

    A travel blog entry by dave_katyt on Nov 17, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... week in Port-au Prince, and an almost nightly trip to the Irish bar, the place can be a little claustrophobic. There is a reliance on cars as walking around any distance is considered a little too dangerous (although in reality during the day in Petionville I'm not convinced this is the case) so we are really looking forward to escaping the chaos and experiencing island life down on Ile a Vache, and getting started with the work we came here to do!

    Day 3: The Mountain

    A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 20, 2013

    40 photos

    ... could just make one wrong step or catch a rock and it would slide you off the edge. But once we got to the top it was one of the most beautiful things I had ever seen. We could see the ocean and all the different villages below. We all had gathered and started walking to the compound.
    Once we reached the school we went inside and waited on our supplies in the truck to get there. A group of small girls had peeked their heads out of the door of the classroom when they saw we ...

    Day 1: Arrival

    A travel blog entry by hahawks on May 18, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and the terrain was brown. Only small dirt roads. I expected to see tall buildings as we flew into Port au Prince since it is the capital and a large city. However there were no tall buildings. It was very flat and you could see the tents where people lived and the large river that provided water to the people was brown. Port au Prince is located on flat land along the ocean with mountains surrounding in every direction.
    The airport in ...