On weekends, musicians wander around the central courtyard of this rustic country inn. Simple, rather worn rooms—in four two-story buildings that date to the mid-1970s—have soaring ceilings and open onto latticed, wooden verandas. Thermal water flows from natural springs into a swimming pool a few steps up from a cool-water pool, where you can still see walls built for the original resort that date back to 1847. The oldest building still intact is the 19th-century
dining room, now an international restaurant that serves huge portions of tasty churrasco (skirt steak) along with rice and beans. Note: at the time of this update, the hotel was undergoing a renovation, set to be completed in 2012.
Rte. 546, Km 1, Coamo, 00769, Puerto Rico
Dec 24, 2008
We left to stay in another hotal when we got to the room: the a/c was not working, the bath on terrible conditions (rust, leaking plubing, broken sink...), windows with no operators and not hot water... But I have to say that we came back the next day to use the natural-thermal pool and even with the not so good conditions there, the pool was very good.
Mar 20, 2003
Our visit to the parador and hot springs of Coamo in Feb.2003 was sadly disappointing. New condos and a golf course have surrounded this site, formerly in fields in the middle of nowhere. The hotel's hot water pool was broken and empty. When we checked the springs next to it, they were littered and not attractive to want to use.