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Culture Crossroads Inn

St James, Trinidad
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Where Comfort meets Culture

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Stay in a quiet relaxing area not far from the St James district where dining and entertainment are truly Trinidadian.  Culture Crossroads Inn is finished in a tasteful blend of traditional and modern architectural styles, with wood floors and contemporary tiling.

Come to an elegant retreat in the heart of St. James (approx. 150 metres from Long Circular Mall), with an emphasis on service, comfort, convenience and elegance.  The discerning traveller can find a cosy, sheltered atmosphere right in the midst of a bustling metropolis.

Some Amenities include:

  • Electronic safes
  • Clock radios
  • Hair dryers
  • 24-hour CCTV surveillance
  • Electronic card-key access
  • Amenities for the differently abled
  • On-site guest laundry facilities
  • On-site water storage facilities

In-Room Amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • Free WiFi
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/ironing Board
  • Refrigerator
  • TV

Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast Available (included)
  • Coffee Shop / Café
  • Gym
  • Restaurant

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