This was our 5th trip to Las Casitas Village. Sadly, we won't be coming back. Our previous four stays were before the hurricane, when the property was managed by Hilton. Seemingly the only option for staying now is through VRBO. Access to the infinity pool (which always was a highlight of staying here) has been removed. They actually post guards to keep you out. They also post guards to keep you from walking over and eating/drinking/shopping at the main resort. Over the years, we've spent thousands of dollars at the El Conquistador. Zero this year. Without having experienced the property before, I probably would have rated this as good. But the lack of access really affects staying here. Check into the Wyndham Grand instead. We actually spent part of our last day there. It's beautiful and they embrace all visitors, even those staying at another resort. It's a shame, Las Casitas/El Con was once a great place to stay. Simply not the same.…
Spectacular view, wonderful food, and near El Yunque rain forest and Luquillo Beach. Went to Icacos island to snorkel and fish. Met some wonderful people from Spain who had heard about Las Casitas Village while in Vieques and decided to stay there before going back home. Very safe and the staff very attentive to our needs. Will definitely return. A little pricey though.
This place is amazing, quiet, relaxing. The staff was excellent and in regard to the room, it was clean and very well maintained. I loved everything about this place. I had a great relaxed time. Food was delicious and easy access to the beach.
We really enjoyed the stay at las casitas. The service was amazing and the place was very clean. The best part was the private island, it’s a 20 minute boat ride but definitely worth it especially since they have everything available on that island. The water is clear and calm and the place is not so crowded. The restaurants by the marina are very good and away from noise at the hotel.
Unfortunately I am unable to change the date range, but I stayed at Las Casitas Village in May of 2017 with my son, and we had an amazing time. The grounds and views were breath taking and although it was a quick walk to the main hotel for the extra amenities having a personalized butler to take us back and fourth on a golf cart was a great perk! I hope to stay here again in the near future. I would have booked again this year, but it wasn’t reopened yet after the hurricane.
I give it 5 star and hotel was wonderful love the private island Palomino were the beach was beautiful and the water was so clean the beach had so many things to do lots of kids activities on the island and the food was delicious
Stayed in August before Irma and Maria. Beautiful setting. Fajardo is far enough from San Juan (1 hour). However, this review may seem inappropriate as for the amazingly friendly and gentle people of PR. Being there for a week made us feel like we made friends of a lifetime.
We went to stayed at Las Casitas in El Conquistador,Fajardo, from the 2th till the 4th of September and it was the best decision for us to spend our boy 11th years old birthday. This Hotel is Beautiful, Very clean with the Best Views!! With Friendly and helpful Staff. Definitely will go back!!
Excellent stay at Las Casitas El Conquistador Fajardo, Great value. Palomino island, the pools restaurants. staff service all excellent. The water park experience. Great premises. Excellent value. Great stay.
This place is AMAZING. The ambiance, the views and the staff are truly wonderful. The rooms are HUGE. The views are breathtaking. The infinity pool can get crowded at times but is beautiful. The negatives - getting to, enjoying, returning from Palomino Island can get tricky. There will be a line to get there. Two ways. Either take a shuttle to the marina or travel by cable car. There will be lines for both. If you expect them, you won't be disappointed. Once you get to the Island, I am hoping it's an aberration, but there were zero towels available. Not something I'd expect for this price point. Other than that, worth every penny.