Picturesque beach penthouse apartment. Just 100 feet from the beach. Penthouse with an incredible terrace overlooking the ocean and the El Yunque rain forest. Private parking with access to the beach. King bed on master room and bunk beds on second room. Fully Air conditioned apartment. WiFi (100 Mb internet), LED TV with cable TV, ROKU and telephone (local and USA calls at no cost). Two equipped bathrooms. Fully equipped kitchen. Washer and dryer. Walking distance to town. Located 30 minutes east from the airport on PR3 highway.
Beach chairs, coolers and boogie boards are available.
Luquillo has 3 golf courses within a 5 mile radius, 3 major hotels and is close to commercial centers where the guest can find convenience stores, supermarkets and major brand Outlet stores.
The Luquillo Kiosks offer local food and fresh sea food as well as cold beer and drinks. Nearby, The Brass Cactus restaurant has excellent hamburgers and specialty drinks.
If the guest is a nature lover, a 15 minute drive west will bring you to the heart of El Yunque National Forest. you will find water falls, nature trails and birds in a protected reserve. Drive another 10 minutes west and you find horse-riding, a go-kart track and many other local small restaurants to cater your wishes, be it Mexican, Japanese, Puertorican, Peruvian, Argentinian, etc.
A short 30 minute drive east brings you to Fajardo where the guest can take a ferry to Vieques or Culebra islands for a day tour. Culebra has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world at Flamenco. While in the Fajardo area a visit to el Conquistador Hotel is a plus. Great views, ferry to the private beach island of Palominito and several first class restaurants will welcome you. Tours to the Bioluminescent Bay can be reserved for a night visit, at Las Croabas, very close to El Conquistador Hotel.
Those who want a higher purchasing extravaganza can drive to San Juan and visit Plaza Las Americas, the Caribbean's largest retail center wich is located just 27 miles west from Luquillo. Also in San Juan a visit to the Old San Juan island is mandatory. There you will find a city with an old world heritage dating back to the 1500's when Spain occupied the island of Puerto Rico. Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Fort San Cristobal are two excellent representatives of that period. The Governor's Mansion, La Fortaleza is another great example of Spanish construction. A visit to Barrachina to sip a cool Piña Colada is a must. The guest can spend a full day in Old San Juan.