103 Turpo Industrial Park, Ponce, PR 00715
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Artesanias Tull said 4 years ago
It's clean, friendly atmosphere perfect for family and weddings. The price is cheaper than other in the area. Great food. Employees very helpful. Closed to shops, airport and beach
Miosotis Acevedo said 4 years ago
Good service. Fast early check in. Location doesn't have nice views but the price per night is good. Close to my event.
Randy Dopp said 4 years ago
Hotel online offers breakfast and when you get there they tell you that they do offer any breakfast, but tell you that you can buy breakfast at the restaurant there. The room is falling a part. There were ants everywhere. The sheets and blankets were badly stained. They didn't have any towe'll either. I wouldn't even give them 1 start...not even a quarter star!!
Mark Goggin said 4 years ago
It is a Howard Johnson's and was just OK. The breakfasts were not very good, but the Nescafe coffee machine was great.
Jandira Oliveira said 4 years ago
Who want to spend time in a quite place and enjoy the pool 🏊 that's the nice place to be!
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