West Parade/ Ramey Base, Belt Rd, Aguadilla Pueblo, Aguadilla 00603, Puerto Rico
Belt Road Aguadilla Pueblo PR
Sunday Open 24 hours
About the business
Courtyard Aquadilla – on the beautiful west coast of Puerto Rico
Courtyard hotel in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico offers spacious rooms, pools, restaurants and event facilities.
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Pablo Torres said 4 years ago
Really nice hotel near the beach. Quiet rooms, very clean. Great swimming pool and area for the kids. Monday night barbeque with reasonable prices and awesome steaks.
Chris Spalding said 4 years ago
The facility is nice enough, and the staff is pleasant, but everything is expensive, and nobody gets in a hurry about anything. Expect to pay ~$14 for a two egg omelette and juice, and expect it to take 45 minutes. If you can, ask for a room that doesn't face the pool. Also, they give much better rates to people with a Government ID. That includes Civilians, not just Military.
Padawan DBA said 5 years ago
I am posting this on behalf of family: If you are looking for a hotel, please look elsewhere. I recommend the local Denny's as an excellent alternative. It's a funny suggestion, until my aunt, uncle, cousin and mother had to actually stay at the Denny's due to the ineptitude of their staff. My aunt called to make the reservation and stated (to a gentleman named Carlos) that they would be arriving on Sunday at 2am on a flight into the airport in Aguadilla. You would think that someone working for the hotel would know that that means you book for a late arrival on Saturday instead booking Sunday, when you can't check in until the afternoon. Keep in mind that they are traveling at these ungodly hours on short notice for their mother's funeral. Imagine their surprise when they arrive and are told that their reservation is for Sunday and they can't check in until the afternoon... At 3AM... With no vacancies in the hotel. So this is where Denny's comes in, because they needed to basically wait there until a time when they could reasonably wake up the person with the keys to their mom's house (because unlike Carlos they are considerate). Let's get to Carlos specifically now. While my aunt was making the reservation, she could hear him joking around with other people while setting up the reservation. He didn't take an e-mail address to send the confirmation. He didn't set up the reservation correctly. He didn't really do anything correctly. Now on to the manager of the hotel. Oh. Yeah. They didn't have one. Nice job finding competent people to trust your hotel to when no manager is present. Never will I ever stay at a Marriott in my life because their corporate support staff is equally as indifferent to issues with their hotels. That is all *drops mic*
Javier A. Estevez Díaz said 4 years ago
Really liked this place, the employees attention was excellent and although is a small hotel there's everything you need in there. Will definitely come back.
ken taberd71 said 4 years ago
Hotel is in a middle of nowhere, room is dated and is hard to load/unload luggage as outdoor access is limited. Room rate is $150 plus $8 parking; room is worth $70/day. This is the worst experience we had with a Marriott hotel.
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