It was great place to stay, the pool, the beach, the restaurant and last by not least the people greeting you nice...I love the place so much, also the rooms are perfect such as the showers, bathtubs, beds...
"Had A Blast"
We went in sept which was low season and although it was low season I enjoyed it very much. I felt as if we had the resort to ourselves and it was very peaceful. The staff was amazing. It has its minor alterations that need some more care for example the pool. but overall I was very happy with my stay and there is also a restaurant down the road called punta Latina and there food was to die for a must visit
"Great place to stay and relax"
We didn't book a car, so thought we will be stuck in the resort and will have nothing to do. But this resort is so a perfectly relaxing spot for families with young kids. My daughter loved playing near the sea and in the pool. All the restaurants in the resort offer different cuisines and have very yummy food. Book a kayak early in the day and be there on time to pick up your kayak. It was a perfect spot for a relaxing holiday.
"Secluded and quiet"
We were looking for a quiet, nicely kept hotel on the eastern side of Puerto Rico, and that's what we found. If you get the breakfast rate (about 170 nightly including taxes) it's not a bad deal. The breakfast is notable for its fruit carving station (papaya, mango, pineapple, melons) but is otherwise a standard buffet (and certainly not worth the standalone price of 26pp). The room was spacious - a balcony, sitting room, king bed, nicely marbled bathroom (though the tub did not drain well so you stood in a few inches of water when the shower was over). The staff was amazingly friendly. The beach was quiet and relaxing but overall not ideal for swimming. It was a good proximity to El Yunque and some other northeast attraction (rental car is a must. It does cost 15 per day for self-parking, but consider the 75 dollar rate for a taxi each way to/from airport). If you were interested in golfing (the course looked nice and is apparently home to the Puerto Rican Open) and not leaving the resort, this is a great respite. But for us on future visits, we would choose alternative lodging.
"Do not come here during the week or low season."
they barely had staff, all the dining was super limited in location and then in addition half the menu is unavailable, pool drinks like pina coladas or mojitos are not available, wifi wouldn't work on the week days, room service menu did't have breakfast and the only one available on the property was $30, the list goes on.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM