75 Calle Cristina, Ponce, 00731, Puerto Rico
75 Calle Cristina Ponce PR
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Meliá Century Hotel in Ponce Puerto Rico
Hotel Meliá in Ponce Puerto Rico is the oldest continuously operating hotel in the island. Reserve online or call us at 787-842-0260. Caribbean Vacations
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Maritza Medina said 4 years ago
The worst hotel ever! Went in December 2016 for a wedding with a lot of guests that have never visited the island before, and we got the worst rooms, old, dirty, broken pipes in the bathroom, and bed bugs! Disgusting! And were not allowed to check out, if we did, we would've have to pay the entire stay, and also all of our credit cards were charged in advance. The WORST EXPERIENCE EVER! Never again I will stay here and I advise everyone to not waste your money or time staying there, you'll regret it.
Danny Hetherwick said 5 years ago
Very cool historic hotel. Lobby takes you back in time. Location is perfect, nice and quiet. Rooftop bar is snazzy, drinks are cheap. Rooms however are a gamble. Some are old and authentic, others are kinda boring. No amenities in the rooms either. Overall enjoyed our stay, would go again.
Q. Toledo said 5 years ago
Very nice, historic hotel. I enjoyed my stay here despite how brief it was. It's also conveniently within walking distance of many great restaurants and night life scenes.
Samuel Stone said 4 years ago
Quaint hotel in the heart of Ponce. Friendly staff and quiet rooms.
M E Paniagua said 4 years ago
Not to my liking. Short on towels. TV outdated. No coffee in the room. No iron. Check the double charge. Not what I expected. Parking charge $6. Per night.
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