Thursday, December 10, 2009

Puerto Rico Hotel Review- Top 3 Hotels by Rating

One of the only drawbacks to visiting a city you've never been to before is where to stay. You obviously want to stay somewhere clean, comfortable and safe. It's not fun to go eat in a hotel restaurant only to find out your traveler's checks and passport have sprouted legs and walked out of your room when you return.

Taking these points into mind, here are the top 3 Puerto Rico hotel choices out of 176 reviewed hotels.

1- Hix Island House -
HC-02 Box 14902, 00765, Puerto Rico
Enjoy a retreat amidst Zen-like architectural elegance at Hix Island House, located in a 13-acre natural refuge. Our spacious lofts feature matchless Caribbean views, open-air private terraces, outdoor showers, Frette linens and luxurious lounging shirts. In-room kitchens are stocked for breakfasts and feature our homemade breads and native coffees. We also showcase one of the Caribbean's most magnificent pools and offer onsite Yoga and massage. Let nature nurture you at this award-winning eco-hip resort.

2-Casa Grande
Road 612, Km. 0.3 | Barrio Caonillas, Utuado, 00641, Puerto Rico
Set in a valley in Puerto Rico's central mountains, Casa Grande is an oasis of peace and tranquility. 20 rooms scattered up the mountainside, each with private bath, balcony and hammock. Freshwater pool, restaurant and bar. The Café serves comida criolla, contemporary dishes and vegetarian options. Fully equipped yoga facility offering morning class, birder's paradise, botanical gardens and woodland hiking trail. Near Camuy Caves, Arecibo Observatory, Caguana Ceremonial Park, Toro Negro and Rio Abajo Forests

3-Casa Alta Vista
#297 Flamboyan St. | Esperanza, 00765, Puerto Rico
"Casa Alta Vista" is a small hotel that welcomes single travelers, families & groups for one night to monthly deals! A place were everything you need is at your hands, starting with a mini-market that offers from refreshments to scooters, bikes & snorkeling rentals, then is up to the roof-deck with spectacular views and a grill for everyone. Walk to restaurants, bars, bio-bay trips or the beach! Good times, good people!

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