Not up to WA standards on mainland
Posted Nov 26, 2016
Overall, just OK. Stayed Thanksgiving week.
Priced right - for a variety of factors (tail end of storm season, Zika scare, Thanksgiving, election), stay was priced right. Buy 3 nights get 1 free promo, with villas starting at about $215/night for a 1 BR.
Not crowded - related to reasons mentioned above.
All you have come to enjoy about PR (or expect to enjoy) is available, although some of it requires going offsite.
Property is showing its age.
Property charges for EVERYTHING. $20/day to use the marina pool (what they call a "water park"). This gets you access to a tube slide and two (2) non-tube slides.
Tram to get to marina (only way up/down, no walking option) inoperable most of the stay, One of the two cars never worked the entire week. The other car was out for 8 hours on Thanksgiving, requiring guests to be bused up and / down, which isn't as easy as it sounds. You have to leave the resort, travel through town, come back up the backside of Fajardo, re-enter the resort in reverse (due to bus size) and travel in reverse about 200 yards along a dock, with no rail. Good times (not).
Storms (not the negative here) cause buildings and rooms to leak through the roof, in some cases excessively (negative). If you have an upper level room or villa and it rains somewhat hard (which it does often in PR, but not for very long), be prepared to have your floors, walls and ceiling wet.
Food poor to below average at best. Breakfast the worst, IMO.