- Reviews: 14
i have always stayed with...
i have always stayed with family so i am not a good source in this matter. however, i believe there are plenty of motels, hotels, and 'paradores'. PARADORES are an excellent way to see the entire island. if you are a tourist and plan on experiencing puerto rico inside and out, then you MUST stay at PARADORES. the tourism industry assigns this label of 'parador' only to hotels that meet a criteria of culture, character, local-sense, and intimacy. each one throughout the island is different, they are often old restored houses or government buildings...so take your pick, the mountains, the beach, or both. i highly recommend these PARADORES, they are better than staying in a luxury, expensive resort packed with tourists where you wont learn anything. you can pick up a list of their location at the international airport in San Juan. There is a closer airport on the west coast on the town of Aguadilla, but i have never flown from there.
- Reviews: 197
good stay perfect location right on the beach, big rooms with enough room for 4 persons.
very very friendly staff.
free wifi internet connection
- Reviews: 13
Penthouse Beachfront Apartment: 2-3 BR, 2.5 Bath Duplex Penthouse Condo
Heriberto is a very good business man, and when I had a problem with paypal which was my fault, he took time out of his busy schedule to assist us. Whenever we had any questions or issues, he was friendly and helpful.
It's close to all the surfing beaches too so if you surf, you will love it, and even if you don't you can go down and watch all the surfers. We loved that part.
My opinion is this: why go to a hotel where you get one room, one bath and very little amenities, when for about the same price you can get a full two floors of space and privacy? You can always visit the resorts for dinner or a drink and sit by their pools or meet people.. and then come home to a beautiful roomy condo.
We will rent from Heriberto again if we can, and very soon! You should too - contact him and tell him Toni Marie sent you.
There is an elevator it worked all 12 days we were there, no problems at all.
You get lots of living space, two full bedrooms with an optional third bedroom, two and a half baths, kitchen, living room, family room, a desktop computer with high speed internet (and wifi), penthouse rooftop deck and balconies.
The first floor has two bedrooms which are much roomier than they appear in the photos. There is a full kitchen, with pots, pans, and a fridge that works. If you wanted to keep your costs low here, you could cook all your meals quite easily. The living room is comfortable and spacious, but it is the balcony with the fantastic view of the beach and ocean that really makes this place so wonderful.
The beds are very COMFORTABLE. There are bunkbeds in the second bedroom with a full bed on bottom twin on top.
There is a floaty for pool, beach chairs, buckets and beach toys, plenty of beach towels, everything you would think of that you might need.
There is a spiral staircase with a locking gate in front, in case you have small children you don't want running up and down. Once you get used to the spiral staircase, it is easy to navigate, and fun. This takes you to the roof top floor which is wonderful for entertaining, there is a nice bar set up, a bbq grill and another gorgeous ocean view balcony.
There are large flat screen TV's in the master bedroom and living room and upstairs top floor lounge family room with many channels.
The master bathroom is a full bath and there is a second full bath in the hallway. Upstairs is another half bath with sink and toilet.
Behind the kitchen is a stacked washer dryer which is a life saver with all the beach towels and bath towels and clothing you might want to wash.
The pool is private and very well landscaped and clean. There is a cabana with bathrooms and outside showers to wash off the sand. It's the best of both worlds, resort-style living with all the conveniences of home.
- Reviews: 2
Rincon Beach Resort: Secluded Paradise
The scenery there is very nice. It rained almst every day until 3pm or so. There is only one restaurant that isnt very busy, but the food is good. It seemed very desloate when I was there. The town of Rincon was very desloate too. It was very beautiful though. Mangos on the ground everywhere. Nonight life on the resort, there was a little bar across the street playing loud music, but it was dead too!
The pool was medium size, and very close to the beach. Its probably the best place to stay in rincon. Rincon by the Sea is probably a little more happening though...its closer to town.
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