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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Rio Grande reviews

  • Golf Week

    "Villa had everything you need! Quite, secure and peaceful! Photos were perfect-villas was clean. Definitely recommend this villa! Had the hugh pool to ourselves every night and the private beach was a hugh plus! Awesome having beach chairs and wave boards available! Bottom floor was very nice!"
    Guest: Jill B. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 1, 2014
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  • Great Family Vacation Villa

    "During our first trip to Puerto Rico, our family of 5 (parents & three teenagers) spent five nights staying at this villa in June/July 2014. Prior to arriving at the Rio Mar villa, we'd spent three nights at a large resort on the eastern end of the island. The resort was lots of fun but when we arrived at the villa, we were thrilled to have more room to spread out and not eat every meal through the resort. The villa was spacious, nicely decorated, clean and comfortable. I think the unit was at least as nice as the photos convey - attractive tile on the floors & bathroom, comfortable furniture and newer bedding. The kitchen had just about everything we needed and we prepared numerous meals there. We often spent the day outside until dark and prepared an easy dinner while everyone relaxed. There were plenty of linens (and beach towels) on the premises. The Rio Mar grounds were nicely landscaped & well maintained. This rental was a great home base for the various outings we made. We also enjoyed use of the golf cart for running down to the beach and pool. The beach at Rio Mar was nice (golden sand, some waves for body surfing) and surprisingly not very crowded. In particular, on a few weekday late afternoons after returning from an outing, we went down to the beach/pool around 4:00 and were virtually alone. There were more people on the beach on the weekend but no crowds. We made a brief visit to the cluster pool (which was nice) but preferred the beach club pool so we could also access the beach. We took walks along the beach, including eastward past the Rio Mar hotel to the point where the Mameyes River meets the Atlantic for a spectacular view looking up the river to El Yunque. While on the island, we spent most of a day at El Yunque hiking, including up to the peak; we got lucky and had good weather – relatively clear and no rain. We toured Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve and visited old San Juan and El Morro. We also took a boat excursion to Culebra for snorkeling (which was fabulous) and a stop at Flamenco Beach. Our vacation ended too quickly (they always do). If we ever make a return trip to Puerto Rico, we'd definitely consider another stay in this Rio Mar villa."
    Guest: Josie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Fabulous stay!

    "I can't say enough good things about this condo, as well as the owner Francisco and the manager Euniz! They were both incredibly helpful and gracious. It is the perfect location - close to the rainforest, biobay, Luquillo Beach and the marina in Fajardo. If you want to drive into San Juan, it is only about 30-40 minutes away. The condo itself is right on the beach and sits between the two pools on the property. It has all the amenities that you will need and is very clean and well-organized. We had a wonderful stay and will definitely be back!"
    Guest: Ellen C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • Incredible vacation!!!!

    "My husband and I and two sons, ages 8 and 6, stayed here and it was just amazing! If you like seclusion and independence and not the hustle and bustle and extra expense of a resort, this place is for you!! We couldn't believe the beautiful beach was a 30 second walk out the back patio - it was truly paradise! And during the week the beach was literally deserted - one day we had it all to ourselves. Milton did mention that starting mid-April the beach fills up a bit more, and on the weekend locals were there, but it never felt crowded.The water was fantastic, the waves mild and safe; my boys had a blast playing in the surf all day. Milton was responsive and easy to work with - my kids accidentally snapped the paddleboard paddle in half which we felt terrible about - let Milton know right away and of course told him to take it out of our deposit - he was very nice about it. There were no boogie boards, but it was fun to try paddleboarding - really hard! Don't leave food out on the counter - one day we had tiny ants get into a bag of cereal, but besides that, there were no bugs. Lots of little lizards around, though! Security at the gate felt really safe, but the only downside that happened was one night I left my sons' water shoes out on the patio to dry and the next day they were gone! Really disappointed to have something stolen, especially because it really was a secure, deserted facility. There were a lot of workers there during our stay doing some painting, so maybe it was one of them. Don't know. Not a huge deal - our fault for leaving them outside, I guess. As far as activities, the location of this property was IDEAL!! The rainforest was a 15 minute drive away with great hikes and waterfall pools to swim in. We spent a day in Old San Juan and El Morro which the boys just loved! The kioskos at Luquillo are a must - Ceviche Hut was great. We did a snorkeling excursion with East Isle Adventures - just a 30 minute drive to Fajardo - that was amazing and the snorkeling was incredible! We just had a fantastic trip all around and would definitely come back, even despite the stolen shoes!! One thing to be aware of, Puerto Rican drivers are CRAZY!! Seriously, things that would illicit major road rage stateside are commonplace - especially around San Juan. If you think someone is about to cut you off, they are. If you think they're about to ignore that stop sign, they are. Just be hyper vigilant and don't get mad! It's the laid back island lifestyle, I guess!"
    Guest: Jen Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 28, 2014
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Rio Grande Travel Tips

Explore Puerto Rico’s Luxurious Beaches in Rio Grande Resorts

Named for the river that flows through it, Rio Grande is one of the most popular destinations in Puerto Rico. Several Rio Grande resorts cater to your every whim during your stay, whether you choose to simply rest on the beach or explore your surroundings.

Stay in Rio Grande Resorts and Brush up on Your Swing

There are several country clubs and golf courses found near Rio Grande villas. Bring your clubs or rent a set and practice your game any time of year. Puerto Rico resorts also cater to groups and corporate gatherings, so consider Rio Grande for your next event.

Rio Grande Villas Offer Beachfront Access

Imagine walking out of your front door to find yourself on the shores of a beautiful island paradise. This is exactly what Rio Grande resorts offer visitors, no matter if they are searching for a secluded or very connected location.

Practice your surfing skills or rent snorkeling equipment to take advantage of the surrounding marine life near your choice in Rio Grande villas. Staying on the beach in Puerto Rico resorts allows everyone to pursue their own interests, placing you in the middle of every attraction you could possibly hope to visit.

Explore the City in Puerto Rico Resorts

There are several outdoor activities that are extremely popular for visitors to pursue at Rio Grand resorts. Besides the obvious water sports and oceanfront relaxation, you may want to explore the only navigable river in Puerto Rico, the Espiritu Santo River.

Grab a cab from your Rio Grande villas and rent kayaks or rafts for the day, or plan an afternoon of fishing if you please. Afterward, you can stroll the downtown streets and visit local art galleries, museums and historical homes and buildings before retiring to one of the many luxurious Puerto Rico resorts located here.

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