I loved this place. The bar is amazing, and I spent most of my time in Jacmel at the bar. The old colonial architecture is awesome, and the bed was huge, 7 feet square at least.
The lobster was great as well...only place I would ever consider staying in Jacmel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The finest house in Jacmel. Built in 1888 in "New Orleans" style. Furnished with antiques--art is everywhere. The best restaurant and bar in town--by far. Jacmel is the safest and most charming town in Haiti--and Haiti has always been the most interesting country in the Caribbean for sophisticated travelers. The Hotel Florita is the only 19th Century house that is as it still in daily use. It is an opportunity to see what life in Jacmel was like for the coffee merchants a hundred years ago. Jacmel was built on coffee--the cash crop of subsistence farmers in the mountains--and still has the best coffee anywhere. We now have a pool and will take you to any local beach--and pick you up as well. We arrange for you to get picked up at the airport--or exactly how to take local transportation to get here. We arrange excursions and do whatever we can to make your visit to Jacmel memorably pleasant. We have a large and comfortable restaurant and bar. Please go to TripAdvisor to see our reviews--and who wrote them! (TripAdvisor rates us as the number one hotel in Haiti.) ... more less
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