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Maunabo Condo Rentals(2)

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  • Sleeps 8
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  • Sleeps 7
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Recent Maunabo Reviews

Vacation in Villas Del Faro, Maunabo

4 of 5
Wasn't sure if I was going to like this location at first. We had major trouble at the car rental making our arrival an hour later, in the dark and keeping me from getting groceries that day (my vacation doesn't begin till the groceries are bought). Got lost; asked for help from a woman who spoke only Spanish. Eventually a man guided us (drove us) to the villas. The villas gateman's English was limited so that took awhile for him to complete paperwork to let us in. But after that, the place began to grow on me. The condo was nice. No A/C in LR but breeze was good. A/C worked great in bedrooms. The beach was at the bottom of the villas (drive the car), across a small street, park in the "grass" and a quick, level, easy walk to the sand. Watch for the beautiful blue iguanas in the area and big lizards in the overhead trees munching on leaves!! Awesome! Ocean is a little rough but fun. Watch your younger kids and don't go out too deep. Two GREAT pools!! Enjoy them! Sunday, we drove 3 mins into Maunabo and found Danny's Supermarket, a mom and pop grocery store that had almost everything we needed to cook. A nice pharmacy was across the street from Danny's. A larger grocery, Ralph's Food Store, is just a 10 min drive down the mountain in Yabucoa. This condo is a bit far from major cities. San Juan is 1h 15m, Humacao is a great town about 25min away--has a great nature preserve, Walmart, American type restaurants (even though we ate at several local restaurants on the mountain and at the foot of it). Remember a few things: when you're driving on 901 up the mountain to the condo, you cross a small bridge and there is a road sign PR 53. Turn left on it. Easy bypass to get you back to 901. A left turn where PR 53 ends puts you right at the Puma Station (no gas fyi) and just beyond that on your right is 7760, the small road that takes you to the gate of the villas. Next, everything shuts down on Monday and Tuesday so don't plan for a dinner out, groceries or anything on those two days. Humacao had some restaurants open (whew!) Finally most everywhere takes credit but be prepared to pay CASH for gas. We spent every morning in rocking chairs and patio chairs, relaxing and staring at the view while birds, roosters called. Only reason for the 4 star is the location. Beautiful but a bit far away from the hustle and bustle of beachfront condos that I'm used to in the states. But I think our whole group of 6 would definitely go back!.
  • Submitted: Jun 18, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Perfect Relax Getaway

4 of 5
Beautiful place to stay in Puerto Rico. Great views and a nice and clean apartment. The bbq was great for a birthday and it has a decent backyard with a great view. Nice beach. but the water is a little rough. Overall great stay. Thanks !
  • Submitted: Apr 23, 2014
  • Stayed: Apr 2014