304 Puerto Rico, La Parguera, Lajas 00667, Puerto Rico
304 Puerto Rico La Parguera PR
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Parador Villa Parguera - Portada
Hotel Parador Villa Parguera a waterfront located in La Parguera, Lajas, Puerto Rico an enchanting Caribbean Island
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Robin Talkowski said 4 years ago
A very nice small hotel run by a Puerto Rican family. The location is perfect - right by the water with outside seating as well as seating around the pool. The restaurant food was of average quality - fine but nothing special. The office staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were good and very clean.
Julio A. Salgado Velez said 4 years ago
Great place to stay, ocean views are awesome. The sunrise views are awesome. Relaxing place during the week. A bit noise on long weekend's.
Jonee Tomli said 4 years ago
This is the second time I stayed, the first was fantastic. The second time around was even better. Some of the friends that stayed with us had been on our first visit; and they mentioned it looked improved. It was nice, clean and neat. Definitely a lovely place to relax and enjoy yourself.
Paulina Jablonska said 4 years ago
Super friendly staff! They squeezed us in last minute, which was awesome. We got a room with a balcony that overlooked the boardwalk where the music was bumpin and went on till 1/2am which we didn't mind since we where out almost that late anyways. Perfect for couples looking to enjoy a bit nightlife. Cozy and clean room. Awesome big pool, cute little bar. Food specials. Really liked it.
Ana Aulet Natal said 4 years ago
Rooms are clean but shabby, needs remodeling urgently . Great location though right there where the action is taking place.. next to the plaza and rest.
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