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"The Altamira home is everything you want for a vacation home. It's well equipped with all amenities you can think of all you need is food! GPS works like a charm! By my second day the drive home was embedded in my head. Very close to plenty of attractions El Yunque Rain Forest, beaches, horseback riding, zip lining, kayaking, golfing, shopping, and a few minutes from the ferry to Culebra y Vieques! Enough to keep you busy on a daily basis. Carlos was very attentive in responding to my concerns. Neighborhood is safe and sound. I would recommend this home to anyone who is looking for a comfortable and enjoyable vacation."
Guest: MissyDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 11, 2015
"I am a local from Puerto Rico and stayed during the July 4th weekend. The main reason why I chose this condo is because it was pet friendly and I was able to bring my little dog. To my surprise he went wild when I took him for his walks because it seems he loved the spectacular ocean breeze. As for me, I absolutely loved the place. The view is breathtaking and the breeze just numbs you. At times we were so relaxed we didn't even want to leave the apt. It's a great place to stay if you want to relax and get away!! You breathe peace and tranquility, just awesome. We were lucky because we had front row seats to the fireworks from the Conquistador hotel o on the 4th. The beach, snorkeling, and alot of other great things to do nearby. We went to this restaurant in the Croabas called "El Pescador" excellent place to eat! The chef fishes his own sea food, fish, etc., so you eat the catch of the day, always fresh, if he doesn't fish, he doesn't open. On our last day I was finally able to see 3 manatees. I would recommend this place and would definitely stay again. Miguel was very helpful, thanks!!"
Guest: Madeline D.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 9, 2015
"The condo was very clean, had comfortable beds, and was in a secure, convenient location. I loved that we could just walk to a gorgeous beach instead of packing up all our gear for the day. We got a lot of use out of the pool, which was cleaned frequently. The complex is small, so there weren't a lot of people milling about. We all agreed that if we come back to PR, we definitely want to stay in this condo again. We liked eating at the Blue Iguana at the Fajardo Inn, but ate most of our meals in (kids are picky eaters!) The bio bay tour is very close, and we enjoyed hiking in El Yunke, taking family surfing lessons on Playa Fortuna, a catamaran sailing tour to Icacos (with snorkeling) and practicing our Spanish. The owners were very welcoming and courteous! Wish we hadn't had to leave...."
Guest: Teresa a.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 28, 2015
"It was a very easy 40 minute ride from San Juan airport to reach the townhome. We stopped at the local store to purchase what we needed for our stay and the key less door locks made entry easy. It is a quiet gated community. Morning coffee overlooking seven seas beach is great. The unit is within 10 minutes of everything you want to do in the North east of PR. Catamaran, bio bay kayak, golf, hiking, local restaurants, etc.... It was a great trip and a great place to stay.
I would highly recommend this unit. If I had to make any comment it would be that there was only one roll of toilet paper in the bathroom and no paper towels. We needed to go out and buy more. This will surely not keep us from staying here again next year!"
Guest: Chris O.Date of Stay: November 2015Review Submitted: November 11, 2015