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Where to stay in Port of Spain

There are 60 holiday rentals available all over Port of Spain, so we’re confident you’ll find a place that meets both your needs and your budget. Affordable short term rentals in Port of Spain start at a nightly rate of $29, with 20% of accommodations priced under $45 per night. Whether you’re looking for a beachfront house near Mount St. Benedict Abbey, a short term rental close to Avocat waterfall, or a place that also gives you close access to Port of Spain — our mission is to help you find exactly what you need. Our website offers a wide selection of holiday homes from top travel websites like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling solo, going on a romantic beach getaway to Port of Spain, or planning a family vacation for 11, we can match you with a house, hotel, or villa that sleeps everyone comfortably. Before you know it, you’ll be packing your bags for your island vacation to Port of Spain!

Where is Port of Spain in Trinidad & Tobago?

The third-largest municipality and bustling capital city of the twin-island state of Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain is located at the Gulf of Paria, on the northwest coast of the island of Trinidad. The city sits on a peninsula that separates the island from the northeastern coast of Venezuela.

What is Port of Spain Known For?

If you’re in search of food, fun, and festivals, Port of Spain — the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago — is the place to go. Offering the enigmatic sights of heaven-piercing skyscrapers, neon lights, and mazes of crowded streets, Port of Spain incorporates the urbane nature of metropolises with a magnetic cultural blend like none other. With the diverse array of multinational influences from all four corners of the world mixing into one sumptuous cocktail, visitors can observe how the internationally diverse past of the city is reflected within its cuisine, architecture, and festivals.

A Quick Guide to Port of Spain

  • Queen’s Park Savannah: Taking center stage in the Port of Spain, the Queen’s Park Savannah is 260 acres of rolling green turf. Spanning over three kilometers long, the park is the largest green space in the city and one of the oldest and largest parks in the Caribbean. Dotted with fresh coconut vendors and home to various sporting fields and gardens, the Queen’s Park is perfect for a gentle stroll, an exhausting run, or simply spending your afternoon people-watching.
  • Fort George: View the cityscape of the Port of Spain from a spectacular birds-eye view as you stand atop this colonial-era fort. Steeped in rich history and offering some of the most breathtaking panoramic vistas over the Port of Spain and beyond, Fort George was once the home of a military battlefront that ironically never saw any action. Once considered to be impregnable, Fort George was the primary defensive position on the island that’s currently home to meticulously preserved ruins, housing the original cannons, dungeons, and artifacts of the day.

Popular Destinations Near Port of Spain

  • Maracas Beach: The most popular beach on the island, Maracas Beach attracts visitors with its stretches of fine white sand and crystalline turquoise waters. Nestled between rainforest cliffs and dotted with imposingly tall palm trees, beach bums can relax in the thick canopies of shade, as well as soaking in the sun rays and contrasting views of the aquamarine waters against the verdant hills.
  • Avocat Waterfall: A stunningly gorgeous 50-foot waterfall that is also home to a lovely plunge pool, the Avocat Waterfall is where visitors can jump in the pristine teal waters for a rejuvenating swim like none other. Famously known as the "Gran Fond Falls," the Avocat Waterfall is landscaped by a wall of glistening bronze rocks and lush vegetation. Behind the curtain of rushing water, nature lovers can enjoy a Jacuzzi-type pool where adventure-loving daredevils can plunge into from the surrounding rocks.

Best Neighborhoods in Port of Spain

  • Downtown: The central business district of the Port of Spain, this neighborhood is where businessmen and businesswomen work hard and play even harder. The largest of the city’s seven commercial districts, the downtown area is giving way to a rash of modernization and new development. Constantly reinventing itself, Port of Spain’s downtown area never stops and has entrenched itself as the capital’s shopping and financial center.

Home-types in Port of Spain

Port of Spain has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Port of Spain:

Points of interests in Port of Spain

Port of Spain has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Port of Spain:

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