We found this "hotel" via the internet. They were offering what we thought was a great offer. Three days and two nights for $100! The hotel is located at La Parguera. A village with an spectacular ocean and views. The village is simple and humble and in low season is "dead" specially during weekdays. If you go to a place like this, its for the adventure and the wild beauty of the area. Small hotels in Puerto Rico, in their majority, are very, very simple and absolutely bare. Cheap soaps, cheap towels, cheap comforters, terrible bathrooms. This place was not the exception. If you are expecting a bed-and-breakfast style. THIS IS NOT IT. We arrived late afternoon. A wednesday. The people at the front desk were nice and polite. The location of the place is perfect because is in the middle of the village. You can go everywhere walking. They took us to our "room". It was a shoe box or a coffin. We requested a change and they immediately gave us another room that on first impression was very nice. Two queen beds, a small balcony. We took it. The room had a very good air conditioning unit. The cheap decoration was from a One Dollar Store (it seems). The beds were comfortable. The comforter and pillows were old, cheap, and ugly. The sheets and pillow cases were clean and smelled good. The comforter did not smell well and we did not use it. The pillows smelled used and dirty. The door of the room was shorter than the frame so there was about an inch opening from the floor up. Sure enough about midnight we were trying to watch TV when a coachroach or something like it crawled from under the door and flew around the room. Imagine! Our solution? We used the comforter and/or the towels to cover the open space in the door. The TV was a good one but it was located NOT in front of the beds but on the right side high on the wall on a corner. So you would lay down on your bed and have to look up and right! The bathroom had an electric water heater, those small ones that you have to plug. It was like seven feet high and it was unpluged. So, they had to come climb a chair and pluged it. The bathroom was very very small, bare, and it looked relatively clean. Three tiny, thin, cheap soaps were there for us. In a corner there were termite droppings and the cleaning lady never cleaned them while we were staying there. The small restaurant of the "hotel" was surprinsingly good, good food and nice people. Of course, now we look back and smile about our little adventure. There, at that moment, it was not so funny. Will I ever stay at that place? No. They could do much better and nice things without it being expensive. Should you go? Maybe. Be sure to bring your own towels, soap, and lots of patience. Don't forget to go and see the fluorescent lagoon at night and definetly, a MUST, rent one of those little boats and explore the little cays and all. If you bargain you can get them at $20 per hour.
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