With nearly 200 new jobs in the hotel sector, Marriott Port-au-Prince is elated to have encouraged a large number of professionals in the Diaspora to return home to share their experience and skills with teams of Port-au-Prince. The world-class hotel also attempts to to sourcing a maximum locally, not only in food but also in toiletries (Ayiti Native equip the romms) and more than 1500 works of art and crafts that decorate the public areas and rooms.
Peter Antinoph, the Director General of the establishment stressed “The Marriott Port-au-Prince which is part of an economic development movement, very socially oriented. Two social programs are in place to recruit people without qualifications and train them from A to Z. “Very soon, from 10 to 16 July, the Marriott will host Camp Jacob, a summer camp for disabled children, sixty children with disabilities of all kinds come to spend 6 days in the hotel, whose facilities are fully thoughts for people with reduced mobility and the only one equipped with a platform for disabled access to the swimming pool,” added Elsa Sammartano, Director of Marketing of the hotel.
The novelties of Marriott Haiti :
Summer special :
As from 18 June and throughout the summer, a partnership with JetBlue will enable all passengers with their boarding pass from Boston, New York Lauderdale or Fort to get the special rate of 125 USD the room and 1 USD for the breakfast. This dollar, to which will be added a dollar offered by Jet Blue, will be entirely donated to a reforestation project.
Club 147 :
An annual subscription offering many exclusive benefits to customers outside the hotel (free access to the fitness club, pool, Map Marriott Rewards Platinum status, and many reductions include: the bar, the restaurant, banquets, the laundry service.
The pool and its pool bar :
Visitors have access to the pool for US$ 30 including $24 in consumption;
Café Cho :
The coffee shop offers coffee Rebo and snacks (sandwiches and pastries) and a variety of coffees, juices and smoothies.
Weekly Brunch :
Every Sunday from 10am to 3pm, the restaurant offers a buffet brunch with mimosas, pastries, eggs, cheeses, meats and more for a $ 30 fee.
New Chief :
Originally from Egypt, Wael Younes took over the kitchen of the Marriott Port-au-Prince since May. With his international experience and initial training of pastry he is ready to delight every palate… even sweeter.
New Parking :
At the rear the new Parking with 102 spaces brings to 127 the number of places available; more in an area where traffic is very dense.
Learn more about Marriott :
Located in the hills of Turgeau, Marriott of Port-au-Prince has an exceptional central location in the capital. A few minutes from the city center, between the Champ de Mars and Petionville, this 175-room hotel, bears the brand of the Marriott International group, the first 4-stars brand to be managed in person in Haiti. A partnership between Digicel, Marriott International and the Clinton Global Initiative, the project was born from the desire to stimulate economic recovery in Haiti after the destruction of the city by the quake.
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