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Eat 'n Sleep Trinidad :: Kapok Hotel and Bois Cano Bistro

Where: 16-18 Cotton Hill St Clair, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
October 1, 2007 at 3:30 PM | by | Comment (1)

Our Eat 'n Sleep feature profiles a restaurant in a random city and a hotel nearby. It's kinda like that old show "Dinner and a Movie" but you know, with restaurants and hotels. And better jokes.

The island of Trinidad boasts not only scenic vistas and a gorgeous waterfront but also two Nobel Prize winners, Derek Walcott and V.S. Naipaul who both frequent the island. Maybe you'll be inspired by a stay in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad's capital and largest city.

The Kapok Hotel offers a plethora of choices--suites or rooms? Pool or sauna? Shopping in the hotel or shopping downtown?--but there's only one choice for dinner. The hotel's own Bois Cano Bistro is the place to go. Be on the lookout for its tropically inspired dishes like coconut shrimp and sweet chili chicken samosas.

Related Stories:
· Kapok Hotel [Official Site]
· Caribbean Travel coverage [Jaunted]
· Trinidad and Tobago Hotels [HotelChatter]

[Photo: Mikko Rauhala]



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Re: Eat 'n Sleep Trinidad :: Kapok Hotel and Bois

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