By Harry S. Pariser
Haunting Spanish ruins, a rain woodland, and sweeping panoramas are all a part of Puerto Rico. This completely up-to-date consultant covers all of thes, plus complete details at the little identified parks, reserves, and offshore islands. The e-book covers lodgings, neighborhood transporation, eating for gourmets, and the simplest shorelines and snorkeling spots. Maps and images.
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OUR TOP 10 (OKAY, 11) PLACES TO STAY These were chosen for their combination of charm, location and price, and are listed in geographical order, starting from Old San Juan and moving counter-clockwise around the island. We were trying to keep it to 10, but found it necessary to add just one more! n The Gallery Inn ($$$-$$$$). An old Spanish mansion with incredible views in Old San Juan, it edged out the more traditional Hotel El Convento for us, due to its eccentric charm and the warmth of its hosts (page 105).
Bargain Accommodations The most basic type of accommodations (apart from camping) is the Centro Vacacional (holiday center). Catering mainly to budget-conscious Puerto Rican families, these are bare-bones cabins or villas that sleep six or more for around $60 a night. If you have a group of travelers together, it’s a great bargain, and many centros vacacionales are in prime locations. All have cooking and barbecue facilities, but you need to bring your own sheets and blankets (these can usually be rented from the office, but call first to be sure), as well as cooking utensils.
So, whether you are looking to cram yourself in with the masses or escape to a remote hideaway (or anything in between), the Where To Stay sections in the regional chapters should point you in the right direction. HO TE L ACCOMMODATIONS PRICE KEY Rates are per room, per night, for double occupancy. Single occupancy may or may not get you a discount, so ask when making a reservation. Breakfast included where noted. Taxes and services charges are additional. $ . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adventure Guide to Puerto Rico, 3rd Edition (Hunter Travel Guides) by Harry S. Pariser