US$35 per night

Chez Jeanne

Port of Spain, Trinidad

Relax at our serene and scenic garden, a home away from home!

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Chez Jeanne is conveniently located near some of the best shopping locations, entertainment, sporting venues and sightseeing venues in Trinidad. For Carnival Season in Trinidad, the best in the Caribbean, Chez Jeanne is the ideal place to stay as we are a stone’s throw away from the Queen’s Park Savannah where the Parade of the Bands takes place.

At Chez Jeanne you have a choice between international or local cuisine. For breakfast enjoy traditional butter and toast, bacon and eggs and a hot cup of coffee/tea on the patio. You can also try one of thier popular local dishes such as delicious sada roti and curry, appetizing roast bake, savoury saltfish buljol or mouthwatering bake and shark while quenching your thirst with one of their famous tropical fruit juices.

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      All Saints' Anglican Church

      The Chapel was dedicated to all the saints rather than martyrs only. All Saints is considered one of the oldest Churches in Trinidad and Tobago. It also holds great history and interesting Architectural designs within its walls with beautiful stained glass windows and a hand carved Episcopal chair.

      Archbishop's House

      This house is one of the Magnificant Seven. The structure was built in 1903 by the fifth Archbishop of Port of Spain, Patrick Vincent Flood. It is also known as the official residence of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Port of Spain.

      Botanic Gardens

      The Royal Botanic gardens houses 700 hundred trees of which thirteen percent (13%) are indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago while the other trees and plants represent all the other continents of the world.

      Emperor Valley Zoo

      The Emperor Valley Zoo is the main zoo in Trinidad and Tobago, located north of the Queen’s Park Savannah and west of the Botanic Gardens in Port of Spain. It is also the only zoo in the Caribbean to house Lions, Giraffes, an entertaining Giant Otter and a 30 year old 12 foot Crocodile.

      Fort George

      Built in 1804, by Sir Thomas Hislop for protection against the Napoleonic fleet. The fort looks over the city of St James and has a great view of the Gulf of Paria.

      Hayes Court

      This French-English grand house is second in line of a tour of the Magnificent Seven, following Queens Royal College.

      Knowsley Building

      The Knowsley Building in Port of Spain is a beautifully constructed building worthy of being among the Magnificent 7.

      Liquid Adrenalin Water Sports

      Enjoy the thrill and excitement of watersports in the Gulf of Paria with this great team of guys who are only serious about having fun on the water.

      Memorial Park

      Trinidad and Tobago’s memorial in honour of nationals who served and perished during military service in World Wars I and II. A majestic cenotaph is located in the middle of the Park where a wreath-laying ceremony is held annually on Remembrance Day.

      National Academy for Performing Arts (NAPA)

      Our very own Masterpiece

      National Museum and Arts Gallery

      The museum established in 1892 and was originally called the “Royal Victoria Institute”. The museum house about 10,000 historical pieces of art work.

      Port of Spain Waterfront

      This Waterfront is undeniably one of the most picturesque places in Port of Spain.

      Queen's Park Savannah

      The largest roundabout in the world, the Savannah is also the centre stage of Trinidad Carnival, Steel pan, Sports and other forms of entertainment.

      Queen's Royal College

      Queen’s Royal College was opened on March 25, 1904 at Queen’s Park West by Governor Sir Alfred Maloney. Presently, Queen’s Royal College has been reformed to one of the oldest Secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago.

      Sommelier Store

      Showcasing and selling locally handcrafted souvenirs, Cuban and Dominican cigars, Trinidad- made organic chocolate, honey, coconut oil, coffee and fashion.

      Stollmeyer's Castle

      This Scottish styled castle was built by Charles Fourier Stollmeyer in 1904. In March 1971, the Castle was opened to the public for the first time, and it is now a main destination in any city tour of Port of Spain.

      The Hollows, Queens Park Savannah

      Relaxation, Fun and Family Games

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