15 Nov. 2001Consuelo Gross email@example.com
We generally go to Haiti once a year and always stay at the Villa Creole. It is probably more expensive than guest houses but we recommend it very highly. It is in Petion-Ville and the owner, Roger Dunwell has done a magnificent job with his hospitality. Our staff at MedaliaArt always raves about their stay and I'll offer a quote from our diary of our last visit there:
"As we pull up to the hotel, the young men that take our luggage warmly greet us. What a wonderful feeling to see familiar faces and have them recognize you! Our friendly bartender, the one with the terrific dimples, greets us with a warm embrace. Once again I need to take a few lines to compliment Roger Dunwell on his wonderful hotel. The fact that his staff is the most courteous, friendly, efficient and hospitable of anywhere we've traveled, speaks not only of the staff but of him as well! We cannot say enough great things about the pool, the food, the bar, the rooms....I could go on and on, When you next visit Haiti, treat yourself to a stay at the Villa Creole. While you are there, say hello to our friends, Nicole, Louisbert, Junior, Ouibert and all the others."
They have their own website, and I'm sure you can access all information from there. Hope it helps.
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