I've been the first time to the Port-au-Prince area, but the tenth time to Haiti.
The area of the hotels is beautiful and safe and more or less quiet. The staff are lovely and welcoming. Everything was clean and in proper condition. While we were there, there was some noise during the day due to construction work, but this is just a temporary issue.
The hotel is located just a kilometer or so in the hills over Delmas 83, in a "posh" area. It's pretty steep to walk up there from the main street, and the roads are not very even, so especially during the day in hot sunshine this might not be everybody's taste, but you might get a motorbike taxi or a car to bring you up and down. For me, a 56 old man, and my colleague, who is about 10 years older, it wasn't a problem to walk this, as we're in a good condition. But mind this if you're handicapped about walking.
Delmas is a great city to explore, with friendly people. From the main street you get easily and very cheap downtown to "Centre Ville" (the city center), or to Pétionville in the other direction.
I consider the hotel as a good place to stay for slightly adventurous people. We didn't find Delmas and not even the very poor areas of Port-au-Prince as dangerous. Before our travel we were warned not to go for security reasons, but this is nonsense! We walked around even with DSLR cameras, and had no problems at all.
I strongly recommend the cities of Port-au-Prince and Delmas and the hotel. It has been a very interesting trip.