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Recent Puerto Rico reviews

  • Excellent apartment with beautiful views

    "For a start, we have had a wonderful week in Cabo Rojo. Communication with the owner was very nice, the apartment is big en clean and has good beds, showers en absolutely everything you need! We really enjoined the kayaks! We knew there was no wifi, but we really missed it. Especially now MH17 (Dutch aircraft was shot down by Oekraine rebels) and we wanted more information. We were a little less happy with the location. Beach in front could only be used to enter with the kayak, and july is not the best month to see birds and wildlife and we preferred the more green parts of the island. But thats just a matter of taste and we knew about the dry bit from the start. Overall a very nice stay. PS there is a wonderful walk just on the left side of the watchtower! You have to pass a closed gate (so not easy to find or access) but beautiful there."
    Guest: Tom G. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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  • Excellent!

    "Great house, very clean, near the beaches...great time!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 11, 2014
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  • Amazing Property and Convenient Location! Highly Recommend

    "My friends and I take an annual trip to Puerto Rico. This was our first time staying in Dorado and this was the perfect location for us! We were a group of 8 and we had plenty of space to be together as a group, but also had enough room to relax if we wanted to be on our own. The beach was a short walk from the home and the amenities we had access to at the hotel were great. Elizabeth was great to deal with and and was available for any questions we had during our stay. We look forward to coming back again!"
    Guest: Delilah Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014
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  • La Isla de Mi Corazon!!!!

    "My son and I (age 25) have been wanting to go back to the land of both of our Fathers for years. I saved and saved and finally the time had come. Prior to booking at the ESJ Towers I had booked another place that somehow never received my deposit. Yay for Me!!!! Isla Verde is the place to be for a visit to PR. Positive: *Centrally located *Great food within a short distance from location *Amazing beaches *Great price *Clean, secure, and for the most part quiet *Having a kitchen allowed for reheating of food *The resort next door has great live music, gambling & sports bar Negatives: *I DIDNT WANT TO GO HOME (I literally cried when I left)...... Recommendations: *Food - sooooo many places to choose from BUT the one place that we went to ALL the time was Mi Casita (it is located in the little strip mall next to the 24/7 store/Burger King (?). Our favorite meals were El Navidad (Christmas) favorites of pernil (pork), pasteles, arroz con gandules - reminded me of my childhood. The Paella was pretty good and the mofongo was awesome!!!! *Go to 24/7 store for goodies (we bought a case of water, rum, coke, juice, and snacks) - they also have a really good restaurant there and wine on tap *If you are going to rent a car go less than a block away (to your left of the towers) to Quality - see Jose. They had a special for $19.99 per day unlimited for a nice Toyota. *BEFORE you go to the beach, stop by the gym and make arrangements for a beach chair rental. I believe they are $2 per use versus $4 on the beach. *If you have a collapsable thermos (or buy a styrofoam one at the store) bring it. It makes it easier to bring stuff to drink while on the beach. There is only one vendor that sells coconut water, soda and bottled water with some light food. No alcohol sold on the beach unless you walk further down to the bar and I think for a mixed fufu drink my son paid $9 per drink - Ouch! *Take the bus (and bring some patience). The bus is .75 BUT it is on caribbean time - suppose to be every 35 minutes but not a set schedule so you could be waiting for an hour. - And bring change - bus drivers won't make it for you. *Be adventurous. If you get a chance for some beach fried good PR food - go to Pinones. I was craving bacalaitos (sp???) and all the locals said go there. *If you are going next door to dance, bring something to wear. *And, finally when in Old San Juan, across from El Convento try El Batey - dive bar."
    Guest: Maria D. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014
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