You can smell, hear, and see the ocean from the starkly minimalist, blue-and-white rooms at this hotel: located right on the eastern malecón (boardwalk), it's one of the few on the island that overlooks the Caribbean. Since you're tucked away at the southern end of the town square, there isn't much to distract you from the water—except during Carnaval, when the music can get loud. Guest rooms are equipped with fridges, glass-walled bathrooms, and balconies; top-floor
ones have the best ocean views and the most privacy, but budget travelers can choose between four with town views.
Dec 15, 2007
Stayed 2 years ago. Nice property and very well cared for. Beds are exceptionally firm. Ocean is right outside your window. Need to close the shutters or you'll get salt spray on everything! Great pool and lovely views. Good location in a quiet area (although the town square next door can probably get noisy during festivals). Seems to attract lots of repeat guests. Would recommend to anyone looking for an inexpensive stay in a secure location.