170 Candelero Drive, Palmas Del Mar, Humacao, 00791, Puerto Rico

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Wyndham Garden at Palmas del Mar

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Ian Smith said 4 years ago
Just had our honeymoon here, couldn't be more happy. Food was delicious and alcohol flowed like the many waterfalls all over the island. All-Inclusive package is DEFINITELY worth it.
gdfg dfgdg said 4 years ago
This property was close to awful. First room they gave up was a roof top view only and we paid for an upgraded room. Second room was near the main lobby where they played awful music very loudly with huge speakers into the night. We were moved a third time which was acceptable. The facility is just loud, we were aghast that they put their lobby phone on the loud speaker, so we could listen to it ring and not be answered. We asked "why" and the response was" this is how we do things here". They had an inside bar and an outside bar which you could not sit and converse as the music was too loud. The breakfast at $12.00 each was not worth $2.00, it was just awful, canned hash and processed ham were the only meat choices every morning of which 5 morning we suffered through. Dinner the first night was so memorable we never ate dinner or lunch there again. Unfortunately my husband paid for the 5 days of breakfast ahead of time. I would give this resort a zero but that was not an option. There is not much that is positive I can say about this property. We were sadly disappointed. Oh, there was a lovely beach bar a very short walk, I am not sure affiliated with this property or not but they played island music and had great food.
Hugh Woodruff said 4 years ago
Great coastal resort in Puerto Rico. Golf courses looked great although I did not have time to play. Comfortable spacious rooms at hotel with on site casino. Plenty of good local restaurants to choose from.
Gary Slates said 4 years ago
THE BAD There is only one place to eat in the whole resort and it is fairly expensive. It is an hour away from the airport and a taxi cost around $85.00. There are no activities set up, so it really did not feel like a resort. There is only one bar and it closed at 10:00. There was an additional $67.00 resort fee. THE GOOD It is in a safe place. The restaurant food was pretty good. The people were nice and spoke english. It is on a golf course. The pool stayed open all night. The beach was a really close walk and they had a separate bar and live music. The food is actually well priced there. It is on a golf course. MY RECOMMENDATION Rent a car. Get alcohol in San Juan before coming here. Come with friends.
Jackson Teal said 4 years ago
The room was great. No problems there. However, a band played music in the lobby until 1am. It was obscenely loud and obnoxious. The pool was cold and dark and the jacuzzi did not work. The restaurant and food on site is mediocre to say the best. The hotel is focused much more on the onsite casino than the paying customers staying there.

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