Beau Rivage, the location is located on the main strip of Cap surrounded by a few decent restaurants. However, in terms of service you have to stay on the staff because they can be quite lazy. Not having electricity during the day is typical for Haiti. They do offer breakfast which was decent with two options a day. Overall, it’s better restaurants in Haiti to stay at. I wouldn’t recommend this one for the price.
where to start.... over charge for rooms. Breakfast is ok. Ac is nice when they decide to use the generators. They do not give you electricity to you rooms from 6 am until like 6 pm. They say 5pm but they never had it on on time. No water pressure, had to fill the toilet myself to get it to flush. Ac unit worked in my room but had huge gaps around it so a lot of hot air seeped in. Closet had eggs of some sort all in it. Found them in my CLOSED suitcase. In the 2 weeks I was there they cleaned the room 2x. And if you do not speak French or kreyol good luck because not a single person on staff spoke English like they advertise. And there is no hot tub... so if you want to pay US prices for a room and stay in what feels like a roach motel then this is the place for you! Rent at your own risk! I will stay out of the city before I stay here EVER AGAIN!…
The hotel is really beautiful from outside and also the reception, however it is a rather small hotel. For this reason, the dining room/restaurant is just an extension of the reception. The hotel location is poor, near the terrible old center.The meals are satisfactory, but with a very restraint choice of sweets.The room and the bathroom were small and TV programs were only a few, most of them arabic. WiFi is OK in the room. However, we refused to stay in the first room offered from reception due to a very strong smell of insecticide, it was impossible to breathe. The water closet and the lift were not in function the morning before check out, this was very unpleasant.
The hotel is very well located in the middle of the boulevard and close to all the resteraunts which overlook the sea. The staff were delightful, in particular the receptionist (Regine), who had good English and helped me find the best rates for money changing and advised me where to visit and when. The common parts of the hotel were a little "tired" and generally in need of updating. The bedrooms were comfortable. My A/C leaked a bit, but the shower was hot and the wifi worked throughout the hotel. Everything was clean; the breakfast was simple but enjoyable; I would have no hesitation in returning, although the nightly rate I paid I felt was a little high.
Visited on my last day in Cap Haitien. Usually rented another hotel down by the water front. Absolutely would use this place moving forward. A bit difficult to get to as it is a top a mountain but you can imagine the view!!! Wow!!! Price is around $100 a night which is steep for this country but meets first world expectations.