1000 El Conquistador Avenue, Fajardo, PR 00738
1000 El Conquistador Avenue Fajardo PR
Spa, Lodging, Health
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Puerto Rico Resorts - Las Casitas Village, Waldorf Astoria
Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort offers spacious villa accommodations in a resort setting. Enjoy your stay at this upscale Puerto Rico resort.
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Recent Google Reviews
Timothy Mccorkle said 4 years ago
This village was very quiet and relaxing. A great place to spend the week. Puerto Rico is a very nice place.
Lauren Fitzpatrick said 4 years ago
Wonderful island getaway. Excellent accommodating staff
Shannon Stoffel said 5 years ago
Great amenities and perks. You get to park close to your room (unlike El conquistador). Very close to El Conquistador (short walk to main lobby) and get to use all of its amenities (island, pool, waterpark). There are rooms available with a kitchen area and without. Close to the spa, check to see if you get complimentary access to the spa ameneties. Was a nice variety from my stay at El Conquistador but I recommend both. I do not have a clear preference between the two. Be sure to check schedule of activites, as there are movies in the pool some nights and bingo.
Gilbert Louis said 4 years ago
Nice friendly staff, nice amenities beautiful property.
john doe said 4 years ago
Great resort. Its the best in Puerto Rico y far!!!!
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