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Recent Vieques Island reviews

  • Lovely hilltop home with sea view

    "Lovely well furnished spotless home on hilltop with view of Caribbean with all needed conveniences. trade winds are constant and cooling. Rural environment -- private but in a local non touristy neighborhood ....with roosters and horses yet close enough to towns and beaches. Coffee on the patio in morning and dinner with a view. We rented our car from owners saving money and time. Nice owners and helpful caretaker who got us at airport. Perfect stay."
    Guest: Jeanne O. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 5, 2014
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  • Spacious, clean, comfortable - "no worries, mon ...”

    "We stayed in the spacious and clean upstairs unit (2bd/2bth) of 4 units with shared wonderful salt-water pool. The ocean breezes and views from our upstairs balcony provided the perfect starts and endings to 7 glorious days on the island. And those days were as carefree as the owners, Jen and Lauren, and Renee, the property manager, could devise. Jeeps on the property are available for rent and airport pickup and delivery was provided along with Renee's excellent local knowledge. Cooler, beach chairs, and ice maker were included. We used the poolside grills and eating area with refrig, restroom, and yard coconuts to great advantage under usually superb evening weather. The well-windowed upstairs floor plan required AC only when the breezes failed on a few occasions. With the windows open you can listen to the sound of surf instead of the local roosters. The only negatives worth mentioning were a few cranky window louvers, lack of a kitchen knife sharpener (if you want to filet the day's catch), hit-or-miss DSL connectivity (it shouldn't matter on vacation), and vehicle suspensions over-stressed by Vieques' killer beach roads. When the 2 gas stations on the island ran out mid-week Renee kindly provided an extra 5 gallons to get us through without losing any beach time. Be sure to ask about the fish market in town (shop before 10am for the day's catch). Phone in your sandwich orders to any of the excellent food shops in town for pickup on your way to the beach - menus are provided in the unit. Casa Ladera is a keeper being close to town, groceries, and great local cuisine. You can trust your hosts and know they're available anytime on the adjoining property. We'll be back."
    Guest: Bob F. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 7, 2013
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  • Banana Wind Vieques

    "Had a wonderful time staying at Banana Wind. This modern, concrete house is designed by a locally known architect and well appointed and maintained with great amenities including professional range, outdoor grill and fridge, alarm system, washer and dryer, wireless and satellite radio. It was a convenient location and a perfect size for the three of us! The house had a beautiful swimming pool- although the water was too cold to use during our recent stay. Great views from all rooms and rooftop. The house looks quite large from the exterior but really only comfortably accommodates 3 or 4 people. Our only major criticism was that there was no living room or place to hang out or eat or entertain indoors (other than a counter with two barstools and small sofa). The caretaker and owner were very responsive and helpful when contacted. We would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 22, 2014
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  • Casual & comfortable, with amazing views

    "My husband and I, along with our 3 young children spent a little over a week at Dulce Sueno. The house is exactly as it appears in the pictures. It is very comfortable and casual. The views to the ocean, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, homes around the island were enough to keep us busy for hours every morning over coffee. We were intrigued by the idea of visiting an island where horses roamed freely, and we had hoped the one photo of the horses up close was a regular occurrence...and it was! Every morning, we had horses visit. And, every morning they came a little bit closer to us. On our last day, they were in the driveway, and came up to us so we could pet them for a minute before they carried on their way. It was amazing! Our favorite beaches were Carracas & Chiva. Sun Bay was gorgeous too, but at Chiva, it felt like we were the only ones on the entire island! I cannot add much more that hasn't already been said by others about the house. It truly does come equipped with everything you need to be comfortable at the beach, and at home. Snorkel gear, cooler, beach towels, kitchen appliances / pots & pans, new washer/dryer, outside shower, etc. The decor has a hip, hispanic, Caribbean flare to it. We were very comfortable and look forward to returning to Vieques & Dulce Sueno very soon! One word of caution--I went jogging in the neighborhood on our second day there. It was mid-morning, everyone is very friendly...I felt safe. However, on my way back home, some dogs came after me. One dog broke out of his chain-linked fence and refused to let me continue (I am a dog-lover & this was my first negative experience with a dog.) After about a 3 minute stand-off in the middle of the road--he was barking at me & showing me his teeth while the other dogs from both sides of the road were barking like mad and there was not a human-being in site--I managed to calmly navigate around him and get home safely. When we drove by the house later that morning, I noticed the same dog had been tied up to a chain around a tree. I was very lucky, but needless to say, I would not recommend running in the neighborhoods. The dogs do not appear to be accustomed to people running by their homes."
    Guest: Kelly B. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 1, 2014
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