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Radisson Hotel Trinidad

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Discover Exciting Port of Spain Attractions near the Hotel

The Radisson Hotel Trinidad is in the very heart of downtown Port of Spain, centrally located near attractions for both business travellers and vacationers. The hotel makes it easy to enjoy your escape to the Caribbean by offering quick access to sporting venues like Hasely Crawford Stadium and Queen's Park Oval, and if you'd rather play than watch, St. Andrews Golf Course and the Millennium Lakes Golf Country Club are just minutes away. Visit during Carnival to see the spectacle that happens every Easter season, with vibrantly coloured parades, energetic bands and one of the best parties on earth. For quieter entertainment, the Radisson Hotel Trinidad is also convenient to beautiful Maracas Beach, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Caroni Bird Sanctuary. Travelling for work? The hotel's location in the middle of the business district puts you within a short walk of international banks, government ministries and numerous embassies. Pack your bags, set your sights on one of the hotel's spacious guest rooms and make your reservation online today.

Check out these top sights during your stay in Port of Spain: 

  • Carnival (walking distance)
    If a nonstop party is your idea of fun, be sure to visit during Carnival season. Famous for being one of the best parties on the planet, Trinidad's Carnival is an endless succession of masquerade bands, music and unbelievable costumes. Get some rest in advance so you can make the most of the two-day street parade that starts on the Monday before Ash Wednesday and ends late Tuesday night. Contact the hotel for information about Carnival packages that start the Friday before the festivities.
  • Caroni Bird Sanctuary (1-hour drive)
    The Scarlet Ibis, the national bird of Trinidad and Tobago, is on full display at this beautiful bird sanctuary. Tour the grounds to see herons, egrets and other species, or talk to a tour operator about a ride in a flat-bottomed motorboat and catch a glimpse of the swamp's other residents. If you're lucky, you might see boa constrictors and fish, such as the mudskipper and mangrove snapper.
  • Chaguaramas Golf Course (35-minute drive)
    Swing for the fairways at this unique golfer's paradise. The 5,646-yard, nine-hole course is a par 67, with some greens and tee boxes tucked away in the towering alcoves of bamboo.
  • Chaguaramas Military History & Aviation Museum (30-minute drive)
    This museum charts the course of WWI and WWII for Trinidad and Tobago, with a collection of memorabilia that includes uniforms, radio equipment and ammunition. Founded by Gaylor Kelshall, a former officer in the Trinidad and Tobago Coastguard and a former pilot, the museum allows visitors the opportunity to climb into a simulated bunker and listen to the sounds of gunfire. Guests can also stand next to massive tanks and view models of fighter jets and battleships.
  • Emperor Valley Zoo (5-minute drive)
    Kids young and old love visiting the Emperor Valley Zoo for the exciting exhibits about wildlife native to Trinidad and Tobago. Established in 1952 as a means to educate the public about the fragile ecosystems in the country, the zoo is now a major tourist destination.
  • Hasely Crawford Stadium (3-minute drive)
    Trinidad's largest stadium, Hasely Crawford Stadium hosts numerous football, athletic games and concerts throughout the year.
  • Maracas Beach (45-minute drive)
    Approximately two kilometres long, Maracas Beach is the most famous beach in the northern part of Trinidad and is about a 45-minute drive from the hotel. Don't miss an afternoon of fun in the Caribbean sun at this white-sand beauty, which also boasts waves that are ideal for surfing.
  • Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club (30-minute drive)
    With a reputation for being one of the most difficult courses in the Caribbean, the deceptively flat Millennium Lakes Golf Course is a PGA-designed, 18-hole par 71 championship course.
  • National Museum & Art Gallery (5-minute drive)
    Just south of the Queen's Park Savannah and across the street from Memorial Park, the National Museum & Art Gallery is a can't-miss destination for art lovers. Some 10,000 items are in the museum's collection, with seven major galleries that range from geological and petroleum exhibits to Carnival arts.
  • Nearby Shopping (walking distance)
    Browse the shops on Charlotte, Henry and Frederick streets near the hotel for everything from souvenirs to clothing and local handicrafts.
  • Queen's Park Oval (7-minute drive)
    Learn something new or follow your favorite pastime at Queen's Park Oval, the largest cricket grounds in the Caribbean. Queen's Park Oval is home to numerous regional events throughout the season. 
  • Royal Botanic Gardens (5-minute drive)
    Beautiful and exotic species of plants tempt visitors to return again and again to this gorgeous garden. More than 70 acres of flowering plants, trees and shrubs are on display, including an orchid house. The gardens are located on the northern side of the Queen's Park Savannah and feature on-site guides who are happy to answer questions and lead you as you explore the flora of the islands.
  • St. Andrews Golf Course (30-minute drive) 
    Located in Moka, Maraval, St. Andrews is one of the island's most beautiful courses. Featuring championship-quality greens over 18 holes, the course is situated in the heart of an elegant, upscale neighbourhood.