Stay near golf, concerts and shops in Port of Spain
Visit in late winter to experience Carnival, one of the city’s most popular events. A Western Christian tradition, Carnival is a three-day celebration that feels like one of the most colorful parties in the world. Watch the two-day street parade for masquerade bands and unbelievable costumes. Ask our hotel staff for special Carnival packages.
Sporting and concert venues:
- Hasely Crawford Stadium (3-minute drive)
Trinidad’s official stadium, which is also the island’s largest, hosts athletic games, car shows, international concerts, symposiums and more throughout the year.
- Queen's Park Oval (7-minute drive)
See a game of football, cricket, squash, hockey or tennis at this 20,000-seat sports complex. Stop by the Queen’s Park Cricket Club Museum to learn about one of the island’s most popular sports.
Phone: +1 (868) 622-2295
- Nearby shopping (walking distance)
Purchase something new for your wardrobe, buy souvenirs for loved ones, and discover one-of-a-kind gifts from local artisans in the shops surrounding the Radisson.
- The National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago (5-minute drive)
Originally called the Royal Victoria Institute when it opened in 1892, this museum and art gallery tells the country’s story through seven unique galleries that feature more than 10,000 artifacts.
Phone: +1 (868) 623-5941
- Chaguaramas Military Museum (30-minute drive)
View more than 500 years of military memorabilia at this museum that honors the bravery of Trinidadian veterans.
Phone: +1 (868) 634-4391
- Emperor Valley Zoo (5-minute drive)
This 60-year-old zoo features animals from all over the world plus a huge variety of indigenous plants. Check the website for feeding times and catch an exhilarating show.
Phone: +1 (868) 622-3530
- Royal Botanic Gardens of Trinidad and Tobago (15-minute drive)
Located just north of Port of Spain, this green oasis boasts 61 acres of beautifully manicured gardens with verdant shrubs, flowering plants and more than 700 trees.
Phone: +1 (868) 622-1221
- Maracas Bay (45-minute drive)
Lounge under shady palm trees on soft white sand or go for a swim in the turquoise waters at this popular beach in northern Trinidad.
- Caroni Bird Sanctuary (1-hour drive)
Bird-watching aficionados love the avian sanctuary at Caroni Lagoon National Park, a 12,000-acre area south of the Radisson. Keep a lookout for the scarlet ibis, Trinidad and Tobago’s national bird. Book a tour online.
- Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club (30-minute drive)
Swing for the greens at this manicured 18-hole course known for its panoramic views of the Northern Range.
Phone: +1 (868) 640-8337
- St. Andrews Golf Club (30-minute drive)
One of the oldest golf clubs in the Western Hemisphere, St. Andrews boasts more than an 18-hole championship course. You can also make a splash in the club’s swimming pool and enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant.
Phone: +1 (868) 629-0066
- Chaguaramas Golf Course (35-minute drive)
Practice your swing at the only 250-foot driving range in the country, or play nine holes on the scenic greens that were built by American servicemen during World War II.