70 Calle Méndez Vigo, Mayagüez, 00680, Puerto Rico
70 Calle Méndez Vigo Mayagüez PR
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Angelica Luiggi said 4 years ago
Its a nice comfy, down to earth place to spend a couple of days. The attendance is pretty good although the rooms are very cold and you cant do much about that. You have to pay parking for the hotel, yet still it doesn't have security at night, and your parking as a guest at the hotel isn't secured. The elevator is unsafe.
C B said 4 years ago
Awesome hotel, very historic, the staff was very attentive. Be careful at night. While we were staying there an older lady had her cell phone snatched from her hands in front of the hotel.
harold herman said 4 years ago
Best place downtown. Check out the bakery across the street.
David Roldan said 4 years ago
Worse nasty hotel I don't need to say no more I have been in PR for over 2 weeks and I'm just going from town to town so when I got here no easy way to find it someone from the town help me out then I didn't know where is the parking rooms smell like is just a one fun night people i think there's a lot of baby's in the bed wack
Tloria McDavid said 4 years ago
This place you don't have parking so if you have a rental car you would have to pay $6 to park your car
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