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Horned Dorset Primavera Review
This is, without a doubt, the most luxurious hotel in Puerto Rico. The 40 whitewashed villas scattered throughout the tropical gardens are designed so you have complete privacy whether you are relaxing in your private plunge pool or admiring the sunset from one of your balconies. The furnishings in each of the two-story suites are impeccable, from the hand-carved mahogany table in the downstairs dining room to the four-poster beds in the upstairs bedroom. The marble bathroom has a footed porcelain tub that's big enough for two. (There's a second bath downstairs that's perfect for rinsing off after a walk on the beach.) The 22 Primavera Suites have Spanish colonial décor, while the other 18 villas are designed with furnishings imported from Marrakesh. If you so desire, breakfast can be served in your room. With a terrace overlooking the ocean, the restaurant is among the island's most elegant. A place to unplug from the rest of the world, the hotel limits radios and televisions and does not allow children younger than 12 except with prior approval.
With private plunge pools, breakfast served in-room, porcelain bathtubs for two, and luxurious canopy beds, why would you and your significant other ever want to leave your room at the Horned Dorset Primavera? Because there are lunches on a terrace overlooking the sea to be enjoyed, gorgeous sunsets from the secluded beach to be admired, and lush gardens to be strolled.
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