We moved to Club Seabourne, from another hotel. The total (taxes here are high) was about $155 and I was glad to pay it after the last place we stayed in. The room was very nice, clean, modern and it had a balcony. We booked the least expensive room and we were upgraded because the hotel was empty. This is not luxury but it is a solid place to stay. Beach towels are provided. The hotel is not on the water but there is a pool. The restaurant, Guava, is on site. The chef who runs it is a wonderful and kind woman who combines her education in French cooking with her island background. The breakfast (included) menu is extensive. There is also an outside bar Go to Kimsegal.com for more on Culebra.