If you’re traveling to Trinidad and Tobago for professional reasons (and not just pleasure-seeking ones), then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve checked out hotels all over the country to find the best ones for business travelers. See our picks!
A five-minute away from many restaurants, shops, and MovieTowne complex, the three-pearl Courtyard by Marriott Port of Spain offers both a great location and a solid list of in-room and communal amenities for business travelers. As a contemporary chain hotel, it features decor typical to the brand and nondescript architecture, but each of the hotel’s 119 rooms is clean and modern, with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and a mini-fridge -- some also have private balconies.
Situated along the Queen’s Park Savannah near downtown Port of Spain, the three-and-a-half-pearl Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre is within a short drive of the city’s main financial, cultural, and historic districts. The 418 rooms are clean, contemporary, and include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and private balconies. The hotel offers several features found almost nowhere else in the city, including a large outdoor pool deck, Japanese sushi bar, and a hillside terrace with some of the city’s best panoramic views. However, the bland, '80s-era architecture and dated decor in public areas detract from the overall appeal.
The three-and-a-half pearl Bacolet Beach Club is located along a popular tourist road, and offers two infinity pools, a beachfront bar, a restaurant with all-day dining, and free Wi-Fi throughout (impressive features for a resort of this size). All 20 of the homey, airy rooms have flat-screen TVs, minibars, king-size beds and water-view balconies.