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We have 2 elementary school age children and travelled with another family of 4 with similar age kids. We stayed a week in August 2010. The 1 bedroom condos are spacious, nicely decorated, very clean and the full kitchen is awesome! You'll need it though, because the food at every single place we ate on property is very average and very expensive. Breakfast was included in our rate, so we did take advantage of the buffet they put out every morning by the upper pool close to the Golden Door Spa. It was fine, but lacked variety. There are several very good restaurants close to the hotel, so plenty of options to eat off-site if you have a car or don't mind a short cab ride. There are also grocery stores very nearby or the concierge will take a grocery order and deliver it to your room. Even with the less than stellar food, we had a wonderful time. Palomino Island is a kids' paradise with snorkeling right off the beach and plenty of sand for castles and volleyball and anything else you might enjoy. The restaurant on the island was the best we tried. Service was prompt and the food was above average. This resort is about 45 minutes east of the airport, but we didn't find that to be an issue. It's right next to El Yunque and the marinas where many of the snorkeling excursions and Bio-bay tours meet. It was nice to be away from the crowds and traffic in San Juan. We had our kids with us, so we weren't really looking for night life.
A multi-colored gem in a lush setting of greens and blues...everything was first class...the only drawback was a screeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeching jacuzzi by the infinity pool that maintenance said was working fine...oh well...
The studio apartment was in excellent conditions. The view the staff. I dont have anything negative to say I will be visiting again next month.
We loved the beach view from our balcony, atmosphere and beautiful location of the hotel. The breakfast each morning was delicious and abundant. It was easy to take a beach stroll, and the hotel desk staff provided us with a map and information as to where to go, depending on what kind of beach area we wanted. The beach directly in front of the hotel is surfer friendly and decent for a stroll, but not for swimmers, at least during the red-flag conditions at our time there. Walking westward on the beach however, provides great views, some more shallow and calm wading areas, and even some coral and sea life sightings! We would definitely stay again - it is an affordable place to stay that is located a reasonable distance from El Yunque Rainforest, San Juan sights, and the ferry to Culebra island for a day trip. The neighborhood was not the classiest, but we felt safe enough to walk the beach at night. We appreciated the gated parking and locked entry to the hotel as an extra assurance.
The location was excellent. It was a few steps from the ferry to Culebra and Vieques. The rooftop patio was also great to hang out on.
The location to the Fajardo Ferry which goes to Culebra and Vieques. The weird staff, lack of anything to eat in the area.