Archive for May, 2015

Las Casitas Village

Las Casitas is an enclave of private villas that enjoy sweeping ocean views, fully equipped kitchens, and 24-hour butler service. Boasting many pleasures, the cliff-side resort offers an extensive array of active pursuits – perfect for those seeking a truly enchanting Caribbean destination

Parador Guánica 1929

This historical building was constructed in 1929. As part of Guánica history, this Spanish architecture facility was originally called the American Hotel. Located on the shores of Ensenada Bay, you will be taken back in time and take home a unique, unforgettable and memorable experience. The hotel was restored to its original condition and its 27 rooms are exquisitely decorated, with air conditioner, satellite TV, phone, alarm clock and private bathrooms with amenities. Parador Guánica 1929 is the first School Hotel of Puerto Rico. Its Ensenada Restaurant serves exquisite dishes. There are two swimming pools, one of them for kids, basketball court, hammocks area, internet wireless connection, daily maid service, and free parking.

Casa del Caribe

This small guest house is less than 2 blocks from Condado Beach. The guest house offers free Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast. Non-smoking rooms, safety deposit box. Casa del Caribe features air-conditioning and cable TV in every guest room as well as private bathrooms. Stella Maris Park and the Casino at Marriot Hotel is less than one block from Casa del Caribe.

El Canario Inn

A Spanish-style Bed and Breakfast conveniently located one block from the beach and right in the heart of the Condado. All air conditioned rooms are attractively decorated in rattan and wicker. The relaxing interior patio areas are filled with tropical foliage offering a quiet, informal place to relax and meet new friends. Free Wi-Fi.

Visiting Puerto Rico in the Summer

Would you like to spend your summer vacation in a tropical Caribbean paradise, without fighting crowds? And how about some great rates on lodging? But wait…you don’t have a passport. No problem! Head to the sunny shores of Puerto Rico!