Interstate PR-3, Km. 112.1, San Juan, PR 00723

Cruise Agency

Lodging

787-839-6339

http://www.caribeplaya.com/

Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM


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Caribe Playa Beach Resort Patillas

About the business

Caribe Playa Beach Hotel Patillas Puerto Rico Hotel

Caribe Playa Beach Hotel is located in Patillas Puerto Rico and offers beach front rooms steps from the Ocean in a relaxed atmosphere.

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Ulises Feliciano Troche said 4 years ago
I stay there a few years back but looks like it still have the same issues so decided to write my review. The rooms were very close to the beach and the sound of the ocean every night was a big plus for me. Rooms were very outdated and really needed some work. The pool is not big, but it was ok during my stay. Not much alternatives for food and beverages and it was pricey as well as the rate for staying considering the conditions of the rooms and the service hours. Overall it was an OK experience for me. Spent a nice quiet time with my family; yet again, we were just looking for a low profile place to lay back and relax.
Nique J said 4 years ago
THE VIEWS THEY PUT ON LINE FOR THE ROOMS ARE VERY MISLEADING! ITS A VERY NICE VIEW HOWEVER THE ROOMS ARE HORRIBLE THE BATHROOM WE HAD THE SHOWER HEAD WAS RUST WHERE THE WATER COMES OUT THE LITTLE SINK AREA HAS NO REAL PURPOSE AND IT WAS VERY OLD AND OUTDATED THERE WAS A GAP UNDER THE DOOR LEADING FROM THE OUTSIDE SO LITTLE CRITTERS CAN JUST COME ON IN. ITS NOT A BEACH ITS ON A LITTLE ROCKY AREA WITH NICE VIEWS! THE BEST ARE SO SO SO UNCOMFORTABLE AND IF YOU PLAN ON VISITING ANY SIGHTS THE HOTEL IS ABOUT 2 HOURS FROM THE AIRPORT. THE STAFF WAS AMAZING THE MANAGER IS VERY RUDE AND UNPROFESSIONAL I WILL NEVER STAY THERE AGAIN IF SHE IS STILL RUNNING THE PLACE! SHE IS GOING TO BE THE DOWNFALL FOR THE HOTEL! ITS REALLY A HIDDEN GEM IF YOU JUST WANT TO GET AWAY AND NOT DO ANYTHING JUST A LITTLE REMODEL AND DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT IT WOULD BE AN AMAZING PLACE
Rebecca Oster said 4 years ago
Booked one night and decided to stay 3 more. Right on the beach, staff friendly and helpful. Great "Caribbean funk". Grounds, rooms and pool well kept. Local dogs that adopt you, a bonus. Very relaxing.
Shawn Trump said 4 years ago
The grounds are well kept, staff was very nice but the rooms need work, pool closes at 7 pm, restaurant is a small patio and very limited, the only alcohol available is a few beers, beach is very rocky and there is absolutely nothing to do here.
Paulina Jablonska said 4 years ago
Love love loved this place. Great and helpful staff. Cozy pool. Cool hammocks. This is the type of place you stay at if you want to fall asleep and wake up to the sound of the waves which are right outside your door, then spend the day exploring everything else.

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