“Many people are interested in coming to Haiti . . . but they were always asking for facilities that we didn’t have,” said Nadal Mevs, adding that the Decameron deal is “a first step in the development of Haiti’s tourism industry.”
We at Reve d'Or Tours believe that asides from outside tourists we ought to encourage the tourist "lokal". Our packages begins from the time the guests reach the airport until their return. For locals who can't meet us at Destination, the airport is our place to meet and get on the bus for a great escape.
The resort is located on the Côte des Arcadins about 90 minutes from the Airport and Port Au Prince.
Standard domestic and international alcoholic beverages and unlimited refreshments.
Not only because of the company, we enjoyed the music and the unlimited alcoholic beverages that we had access to.
Nothing more fun than the clear water and ambiance around the beach area.
as a group, we enjoy the hospitality at Decameron where everything is available to our guests at their fingertip.
Our guests enjoy the wide selection of what they could eat..., the waiters are so polite and always eager to please which makes our stay so enjoyable... so much to choose from!
Guests of Reve d'Or Tours can't stop talking about the food at Decameron follow by great desert...
Royal Decameron offers to tourists a Haitian and international cuisine, offering meat of fish, seafood salads and fresh vegetables.
At any seating you can enjoy a variety of juices, wines, and hot beverages....
Access to all sports courts of the hotel:
Water sports and training days on the ground without forgetting for a delicious massage at Spa "Hibiscus"
(limited and must be made in person on the day after you arrive)
"For his beachfront bar, Fombrun wanted to have colonial capitals in keeping with the timeframe of the estate, so he made his own molds out of rubber. For the fluted columns, he devised a variation with steel forms. And when he could not find the right kind of tile to edge the bar and to accent other surfaces, he manufactured his own.
For the interior of the main building, several hundred yards from the beachfront structures, he searched markets in many countries, and managed to furnish the building with the history of Haiti. And serving the splendidly massive tables in the restaurant is a staff outfitted in historic clothing, including hats once worn by free men to distinguish them from the many slaves working the plantations for their French masters.
Moulin sur Mer was one of those plantations, prosperous and prominent. The owner was a Frenchman, Guillaume Augier, who raised sugar cane and processed it on the premises during the second half of the 18th century. His sugar-making machinery and the giant cauldrons are now part of the decoration on the grounds as are a large cannon, fountains and walled gardens laced with paths ideal for strolling after over-indulging in the restaurant's fine fare - fresh seafood and local Creole specialties given a special French touch.
It's a masterful achievement, one that cost Fombrun millions, and it's only now ready to greet the first guests. I know it's a place I'll escape to in the future. It's only 50 miles from Port-au-Prince, but it's a couple of centuries removed in time." November 24, 1985|By Robert Tolf
Moulin sur Mer is a beachfront resort with calming spa services with many popular property highlights such as:
Located in Montrouis, this beachfront resort is in the historical district, 0.3 mi from Ogier- Fombrun Museum, and 4.1 mi from Guahaba Museum.
Guests of Moulin Sur Mer can hit the beach, relax by an outdoor pool, or spend the day at the marina.
All rooms are individually decorated and offer free WiFi and free bottled water. For a bit of entertainment, guests will have LCD TVs with cable channels, and other amenities include ceiling fans and safes. It is in Montrouis, commune of Saint-Marc of the national road No 1.
The “Habitation Ogier”, built in 1760 by the French colonist Guillaume OGIER and abandoned in 1799 during the revolution, is one of the few to have survived the outrage of time. Its ruins were discovered in 1977 by the architect Gérard Fombrun who devoted himself fully to their restoration.
So much to see at the Museum... so much of the history of the island.
The wooden cart was integrated into a sculpture by Monsieur Fombrun, "The Macabre Procession", to commemorate the journey of slaves transported from Africa. Made up of sculptures of slaves carved out of wood, handcuffed and bound together by heavy chains, this masterful and poignant work evokes more than thousands of words the pathology of this abominable custom of the slave trade.
«Remontons les rives du passé afin que l’histoire de Moulin Sur Mer nous soit racontée »
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