It was a good read in the latest edition of Another Magazine (Vol. 2 Issue 1 Spring/Summer 2015) focused on the once iconic (and still iconic, obviously) The Grand Hotel of Oloffson, Haiti. The place was immortalised in The Comedians, a Graham Green classic. There the hotel was mentioned with a different name, The Trianon.
The classic is still unchanged and as Lars K. Midtsjo's Another Magazine writes: "A wide driveway and lush garden shaded by palm trees and sculptures featuring skulls welcomes you to a festival of the bizarre at Hotel Oloffson. Perched on a hillside with a view over the city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the beautiful Victorian gothic building was bought in 1954 by photographer Roger Coster who turned the hotel into the "Greenwich Village of the Tropics": Marlon Brando, Noel Coward Irving Stone, John Barrymore, Truman Capote, Harold Pinter and Jackie O. checked in over the years."
And yes, there is still a Graham Greene room in the Hotel.
(photographs: Daniel Morel)