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Recent Puerto Rico reviews

  • Seven Sea Fajardo Villa

    "It was a very nice, clean, beautiful condo with A/C in every room. It has Wi-Fi, LED TV, cooking pans, utensils, microwave oven, etc…. Owner was super nice. We arrived on a rainy day. The owner met us at the airport to give us keys and directions to the condo, and she also loaned us an umbrella. The Villa is in a quite area and you will need a car to get to the condo. The beautiful Seven Sea beach is across the street and there are swimming pools in the condo complex. We snorkeled on the right side of the Seven Sea beach and saw many fish. Besides the Seven Sea beach, the Luquillo beach and the El Yunque Forest is nearby. There are some many things to do in PR. We went to Batey Zip line, and Paradise Scuba Dive center for their snorkel and bio bay tour. We also took the ferry ride to Flamenco beach in Culebra – what a perfect beach. Overall, it was a fun vacation."
    Guest: AK Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014
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  • should have stayed longer

    "We have vacationed at various places on Puerto Rico a few times. My only regret as far staying at this place is that we should have stayed all three weeks at Mark’s condo that we were in Puerto Rico instead of just two weeks in February, 2014. It’s a great place, morning sun, great air on the hill (never used the AC), nice view and a 4 minute walk down to Sandy Beach where you can walk for miles, just swim or watch the surfing. This part of Rincon is north of the town center. Steep hills, great views and tight roads. Driving takes a day or two to get used to. Mark’s condo is comfortable, clean and efficient. Just what you want for relaxation. This neighborhood has no chain restaurants, no chain hotels and the highest building is 4 stories. Its low key, occupied by a population best described as a cross between younger surfers and aged, former Dead Heads who can only think about surfing. A nice, unpretentious mix. This is an English speaking area of the island unlike most areas outside of San Juan. So you don’t have to embarrass yourself, like I tend to do with my Spanglish. The town center itself is 10 minutes away, south, by car. Two grocery stores, Alberts and Econoco (Route 115), have everything you need. Saturday morning is a farmers market in the square. Fresh fruits and local produce are at road side stands. K-Mart and all the chain stores are less than 30 minutes away in Mayaguez. Restaurants within a 5 minute walk from the condo? Yes, and some really good ones. We didn’t get to all of them. A few sampled and appreciated are Ode to the Elephant, Pool Bar, and Saltaire, new at Casa Verde. The Pool Bar was visited more than once for salads and quality sushi and tempura (no, really!), and burgers. Check a web site for others. There are some good places within a 10 minute drive. Beverages on the upper deck at the Tamboo Inn on Sandy Beach are highly recommended. We watched whales breaching right off shore one day. We would recommend a morning drive and take an hour or two, roundtrip, up route 412 from downtown to the cell towers. You can see for miles. Day trips? The Los Morrillos lighthouse and beach (in Cabo Rojo, a US Fish and Wildlife site) and salt flats and the dry forest in Guanica on the southwest corner of the island. Or not, and just enjoy the beaches down the hill from Mark’s place. Mark was fantastic in responding to questions and helpful hints. Very professional."
    Guest: Mike M. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: March 23, 2014
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  • Tremendous

    "Tremendous apartment, great location within walking distant of everything in Old San Juan including a wonderful private beach. The unit is more than advertised. Very smooth transaction and deposit refunded within 48 hours as promised. Margarita was so helpful with plenty of wonderful suggestions. Also the unit is right next door to Palmas restaurant and bar where the food is authentic and the owner Javier and his staff insures everyone feels at home."
    Guest: Tony C. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 23, 2014
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  • Lover's Paradise

    "After spending 3 days of our 10 day vacation in sub-standard accommodations, my Fiance came across this apartment by luck. At first we were very skeptical because of the price, we couldn't believe that we could have the apartment the was pictured for the same price of the lesser lodging that we had. The minute we walked through the doors we were SOLD! The apartment was clean, the decor was very fresh modern looking and all the supplies were there in abundance in both interior and exterior and well maintained. The Apartment is centrally located to all the local beaches of Aguadilla, Isabela and Rincon. The Island's main highway (Carr 2) is only minutes away. There is a skate park next door. The golf course, Airport, post office and many stores are within walking distance. This is my Fiancé first time on the island and needless to say he is still raving about it as I type. The area has a calming atmosphere, time seemed to stand still while we were here. The owner Heriberto is a gentleman and did everything in his power to make our stay as spectacular as possible. The one stop activity shopping was amazing as he made available a variety of exercise and sporting equipment for our pleasure. We will definitely be back not only to Puerto Rico to one of Heriberto's wonderful apratments on the island"
    Guest: Sansha Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: October 10, 2014
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Puerto Rico Travel Tips

Visitors to Puerto Rico Vacation Rentals

Puerto Rico is a vibrant Caribbean island travel destination. It is a place where you can enjoy beautiful beaches, fine dining, a wide variety of water sports and a number of nature attractions. People who generally travel to Puerto Rico are attracted by the persistent sunshine and tropical island paradise. Depending on if you enjoy the vibrant resort-style vacation or something more remote and quiet, you can choose which part of the island you want to stay on. Relax on the beaches during the day and then hit the nightspots for some dancing in the evenings.

Best Time of Year to Visit Puerto Rico Villas

The most popular travel season to Puerto Rico is between December and April. During this time, visitors can expect hot sunny days with very little rainfall. In general, this is considered to be the dry season, although occasional rain showers do still occur. Another reason that this is a popular time of year to visit is that the humidity levels are lower. The warm weather also attracts many visitors from New York City, Boston and Chicago who want to escape the winter freeze. In general, there is little seasonal variation in the temperature in Puerto Rico. The seasons are more often defined by the humidity and rainfall. From May through October, the amount of rainfall increases, making the air muggy and sticky. This makes it feel as though it is much hotter. From July to October, tropical storms sometimes hit the islands, bringing heavy rainfall and strong winds. This is typically the low tourist season in Puerto Rico.

Getting to Puerto Rico Resort Rentals

The main airport on Puerto Rico is located just nine miles from San Juan. The Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport hosts frequent international flights from North America, Europe, South America and neighboring Caribbean destinations. As a U.S. foreign territory, flights from America are viewed as regional rather than international flights. San Juan is a major travel hub in the Caribbean for travelers from the United States. There are regular commercial flights from most major cities, including Miami, New York City, Atlanta and Houston. If you cannot find a direct flight connection from your hometown, you may consider finding flights that route via one of these main travel hubs. In total, there are 29 airports in Puerto Rico, most of them hosting regional and domestic flights. Getting around the island is fairly easy. There is a metro rail system that serves the greater San Juan Metropolitan area. It is also relatively easy to hire a car to explore the island. Be aware that traffic can get pretty congested in urban areas.

Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Puerto Rico

There are some definite advantages to renting a vacation home in Puerto Rico. If you have a large group of friends traveling together or are planning a wedding, you can secure a villa that is spacious enough to accommodate everyone. You can wake up each morning in the privacy of your own home and enjoy breakfast out on the deck. Many of the villas are fully serviced with housekeepers who can take care of all the household tasks including cleaning, shopping and preparing meals. Most of the vacation homes are beautifully furnished with stylish finishes and top-of-the-range appliances. Multiple bedrooms and bathrooms ensure that everyone in your travel party can enjoy a level of privacy. Enjoy a vacation on your own time where you don't need to get up in time for breakfast if you don't want to. It is the best way to enjoy vacation on this tropical island.

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