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  • A Wonderful Place!

    "My daughter, who lives in NYC called to ask me if I wanted to get away from all the snow for a few days. She wanted a great place, on the water with a nice beach to just relax and look out at the ocean. We found everything and more here @ Florimar. It is a fabulous space, inside and out; jtwo large balconies overlooking the ocean, clean, well kept with all the amenities, great beds, pillows, bathrooms, great security system (always felt safe). The owner, Teresa was a pleasure to deal with. The beach is a few steps to the left at the bottom of the stairs of the house. Lovely, clean beach in a cove. One day I saw 2 people on it for 2 hrs. and another day a family way down the beach. It was very private, almost like it was my own beach! It's a lovely walking, swimming, snorkeling beach. I highly recommend it and can't wait to return! Just lovely."
    Guest: Lynn M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 27, 2014
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  • Snorkelers' paradise!

    "My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our time in this unit Luis and the owner, Arifa, were very helpful, solicitous and reliable. Elevator had a glitch midway through our stay, and Luis was ON it-fixed within 24 hrs. VERY pleased with the cleanliness of the unit, and that there were beach towels provided. Thank you, guys!! The view from the balcony is definitely one of the finest anywhere! The snorkeling is also bar none [if it could be as reliably clear as La Parguera, it'd REALLY be unparalleled. We've not been to the N.E. corner of the island yet [Culebra and Vieques] but we were VERY impressed. We brought our own snorkel gear [there ARE a couple of masks and snorkels in laundry room], and were mesmerized by the variety and intensity of concentration of flora, in particular...but the fish were abundant as well. We recommend heading out straight from the unit [high tide is best], and make your way through the channels to the outside of the reef. You'll be thrilled and in awe. The clarity varies. Be patient. If not so great one day, don't be discouraged. It just may clear up. You'll love the warm water. Look for turtles, out at the edge. Starfish. "Millipede-like" dudes. Tiny "Christmas tree-like" conical urchins [kinda like in your train set?] Didn't see any eels... for which we were glad. They creep me out...especially when you are so up close and personal, as you are here. We did not eat out a lot, but Pelican's and Vista Bahia were good. We bounced b/w Econo market and the Selectos. Preferred Selectos. Nearest Walgreen's is at corner of 100 and 308 - a bit south of where 102 meets 100. We trekked north and south, to both corners of the island. Exploring the sights in both directions is worth it, albeit a trek through Mayaguez traffic isn't great. [Do not highly recommend the zoo.] The waves near Isabel are POWERFUL. We recommend Johnnie's boat rental in La Parguera. [We didn't do the BioBay tour. Cannot speak to that.] Carlos took us to 4-5 different places to snorkel. FABULOUS. We found this with the help of Omar, who helps 'lost looking' tourists. He was delightful. It was a Tuesday, in low season. Never used AC...breeze was SWEEET. Weekend activity @ public beach nearby [not tooo nearby] increases over weekend. Midweek- quiet and full of solitude. One last thing: to be honest, the sofa is uncomfortable, but the bed is great. Would love to return."
    Guest: Walter Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 8, 2014
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  • Chic and comfort in San Juan

    "The Atelier Casa Bolivar is even more beautiful than the photos let on. But it was also a place of great comfort. The location is excellent: it is near cafés and restaurants in the Santurce area which is an art-lover's paradise. The beach is a 20-minute walk down Diego and we also enjoyed being near "La Placita" or the Mercado Santurce, with its great ambiance and Pescador restaurant. Old San Juan and the Cambron beach are a short 50-cent hop on the bus, two blocks from the house. And the garage was secure and safe for parking. Finally, we adored our talented host's art work, as abundant and colourful and generous as himself! For the "anti-tourist" San Juan, this is the place to be."
    Guest: The Terjanian family + friends Date of Stay: December 2011 Review Submitted: December 29, 2011
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  • Great Location and Safe

    "Our family traveled to Luquillo in late April. I'm familiar with the area so we decided to drive to Luquillo. This house was perfect for us (6 total). Four small children 11,10,6,5 my wife and I. We didnt have a problem finding a bed for everyone. The house is close to El balneario. One of the most beautiful beaches in PR. It is also safe within a guarded community. Thanks Ricardo for a great time in your home. We would definitely stay there again in the future."
    Guest: La Familia de NJ Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 19, 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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