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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

Recent Naguabo reviews

  • Amazing views and a local Island feel in Naguabo!

    "This condo was extaclty what my family and I were looking for and more! Everything was so clean and new and well stocked! The neighbors and the security guards were so friendly. Things you should know before you stay: This condo is off the beaten path a bit. You will not find rides (taxi, Uber, etc) here so you will NEED a car. Get one no matter where you stay, so you can get out and really see the island. Things kind of shut down during the week and when raining, so make use of the wonderful grocery stores in Naguabo (not walkable) and stock up! The kitchen has everything you will need is there. Seasonings, oil, many pans, knives, cutting board etc. There are roosters and loud music at all hours. Not ideal if you have a baby who is sensitive to noise while sleeping. We didn't, but I could see where some would be annoyed by this. For us, it was part of an authentic experience. The condo was stocked! Toiletries, first aid kid, cleaning supplies, extra toilet paper, laundry supplies, etc. We wanted for nothing. They thought of everything! We replaced what we used, per usual for us. But it was so nice to have all of the basics upon our late night arrival. There are coolers, beach chairs, sun hats, and towels galore in the condo for use and we left large cooler inserts in the freezer so you don't wear out the ice maker. The views from the private balconies were absolutely stunning. Mountains and ocean. Love love love. We can't wait to come back to our Puerto Rican home!"
    Guest: Angie T. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 25, 2017
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  • This place worked out very well for our group

    "The house was very nice...There were a few things that didn't work(one bathroom sink, the microwaves, and we needed to clean out the ice maker)...None of this however affected our vacation...We loved the pool area and we felt as though we owned the property..Very private but also very friendly people."
    Guest: Candice M. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 28, 2017
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  • Lovely stay!

    "We really enjoyed the house! It is super clean and it just makes you feel you are in your own home. Within a few minutes drive, you will get to the mountains. Recommended."
    Guest: Carlos M. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 22, 2017
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  • Beautiful setting with all the comforts of home!

    "When we rented this property, we weren't looking for a vacation destination. We needed to be in Puerto Rico for two weeks to help a relative who is seriously ill, and we needed affordable accommodations for our family of five. But two weeks at Cala de Hucares was like an escape to an tropical paradise and we'd give it 6 or 7 stars if we could! Since we went off season during the middle two weeks of September, we had the entire building to ourselves. The rest of the complex was sparsely occupied and we only saw one other family on the private beach on one of the days we were there, not counting the crane that would visit and stroll down the shoreline from time to time. Although far from pristine (Puerto Rican beaches are not swept free of litter and maintained as are beaches in the US), the warm water and swaying palms more than made up for the debris on the ground, and I also harvested quite a treasure trove of sea glass during our stay. Our kids loved both the pool downstairs and going out to the balcony to take in the gorgeous view. The washer and dryer, satellite TV, Wi-Fi and well-stocked kitchen were lifesavers, and we found all of the dishes and cookware we could ever need. The clean, well-furnished apartment doesn't have central air, but the individual units in the bedrooms were more than adequate for cooling. They also were a good source of white noise to drown out the sounds of booming stereos and traffic passing by outside the complex at night. (Loud music is a cultural norm and is heard pretty much everywhere on the island.) Playa Santiago is a popular hangout for the locals with authentic atmosphere and cuisine. And the fact that Humacao is only 10 miles away and has a plaza that includes Wal-Mart, Radio Shack and a grocery store was a huge convenience. We would enthusiastically recommend this property to everyone. The Kayes are gracious and responsive hosts and went above and beyond to make our trip comfortable and affordable. Staying in this picturesque location made a potentially taxing situation much less stressful, and we plan to reach out to them again the next time that family responsibilities bring us the island. We didn't go to Naguabo expecting to be on vacation, but thanks to Glenn and Dalia, we felt like we were!"
    Guest: Jo R. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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