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Recent Puerto Rico reviews

  • La Isla de Mi Corazon!!!!

    "My son and I (age 25) have been wanting to go back to the land of both of our Fathers for years. I saved and saved and finally the time had come. Prior to booking at the ESJ Towers I had booked another place that somehow never received my deposit. Yay for Me!!!! Isla Verde is the place to be for a visit to PR. Positive: *Centrally located *Great food within a short distance from location *Amazing beaches *Great price *Clean, secure, and for the most part quiet *Having a kitchen allowed for reheating of food *The resort next door has great live music, gambling & sports bar Negatives: *I DIDNT WANT TO GO HOME (I literally cried when I left)...... Recommendations: *If you have a collapsable thermos (or buy a styrofoam one at the store) bring it. It makes it easier to bring stuff to drink while on the beach. There is only one vendor that sells coconut water, soda and bottled water with some light food. No alcohol sold on the beach unless you walk further down to the bar and I think for a mixed fufu drink my son paid $9 per drink - Ouch! *If you are going to rent a car go less than a block away (to your left of the towers) to Quality. They had a special for $19.99 per day unlimited for a nice Toyota. *BEFORE you go to the beach, stop by the gym and make arrangements for a beach chair rental. I believe they are $2 per use versus $4 on the beach. *Food - sooooo many places to choose from BUT the one place that we went to ALL the time was Mi Casita (it is located in the little strip mall next to the 24/7 store/Burger King (?). Our favorite meals were El Navidad (Christmas) favorites of pernil (pork), pasteles, arroz con gandules - reminded me of my childhood. The Paella was pretty good and the mofongo was awesome!!!! *Go to 24/7 store for goodies (we bought a case of water, rum, coke, juice, and snacks) - they also have a really good restaurant there and wine on tap *Take the bus (and bring some patience). The bus is .75 BUT it is on Caribbean time - supposed to be every 35 minutes but not a set schedule so you could be waiting for an hour. - And bring change - bus drivers won't make it for you. *Be adventurous. If you get a chance for some beach fried good PR food - go to Pinones. I was craving bacalaitos and all the locals said go there. *If you are going next door to dance, bring something to wear. *And, finally when in Old San Juan, across from El Convento try El Batey - dive bar."
    Guest: LC Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 24, 2016
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  • Vieques Island paradise, beautiful home, amazing beaches, authentic food and people-Carribean Beauty

    "Our family of 4 with two teen girls (age 16 & 17) thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. I could write an essay on how much we loved the home and the island, but I'll try to keep it short! We were on the island 14 years ago so it was amazing to return with our (almost) adult children. This home is lovely with multiple places to relax and enjoy the views. We spent time on the rooftop deck in the morning, we used the cool cement dining table by the pool in the afternoon or for dinner. The room off the kitchen was great for quiet reading. The bathroom is wonderful, really nice shower and all the beds were super comfortable! The home has details like speakers all over, outdoor lighting, beautiful landscaping (flowers, palm trees, bushes..gorgeous), screens to keep the bugs out on all windows and doors, and views from many locations that are typical of the island. There are towels, lawn chairs, coolers for your beach days; the kitchen is well stocked with basics (spices, oils, venegar) and has all you will need if you want to cook in. Others have commented about the roosters; and it's true, there are roosters all over the island, so no matter where you stay, you will hear them. It's part of the charm of the whole place. There are also horses all over in the road, at the beach...dogs lay in the streets and wander all over but we never met an unfriendly animal. Geko's scatter across the porch or in trees. This is really the beauty, charm and quirkiness of Vieques. Travelers to Vieques should research what it is like on the island so they are not disappointed. There are many "houses" all over the island that are run down or in disrepair, but the residents are nothing but kind and welcoming. Scattered among these local residents are beautiful homes, like Los Frutales. As a mother of two girls, I never felt unsafe in our home or anywhere on the island and my girls often traveled about the island on their own. The beaches; oh my, this is the Spanish Virgin Islands and the beaches rival St. John. Our favorites were Media Luna, Red and Blue. Navio for body surfing. The food; Esperanza is where we ate most of our dinners and you can pick any open air, casual, welcoming restaurant. There is a food truck outside the entrance to Sun Bay beach that served the most amazing grilled chicken, beans and rice, empanadas. A trip to Vieques is an experience of a lifetime. We'll rent here if we are lucky enough to come again. Reviewed by a real life guest!"
    Guest: Milwaukee Family Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 13, 2016
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  • The best vacation rental we ever had

    "The best location in the Combate area. close to restaurants, bakery, supermarket, gas station etc... I will recommended without hesitation. We rented for two weeks, and the apartments was a perfect fit for our needs. Very well maintained and clean. Kitchen is full equipment. We loved the third floor terrace were during the night you can have dinner with the stars. Mrs. Carmen and Mrs. Miladys was always available for anything that we need. We can't wait to visit Puerto Rico again and of course stay at Camino del Mar."
    Guest: Carmen B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 23, 2016
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  • A "travelers with pets" perfect pick!

    "This is a nice place, clean, modern and well run by the owner of the Numero Uno Guest House across the street. My partner and I always travel with our dog so that cuts out 90% of lodging options wherever we go so this was a really good find (I love VRBO!). Also I like having a kitchenette these days to eat breakfast at home. The dog friendly beautiful beach is just steps away, as is Numero Uno's excellent restaurant, which offers on-beach dining (!) and cabana service (umbrellas and lounge chairs) on the beach as well. Street parking is easy and plentiful. Ocean Park is a lovely neighborhood to walk around."
    Guest: Matt F. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 27, 2016
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