My wife and I stayed here recently for a short stay and the place is very nice. Rooms are lovely as are the pools. It really is a very easy walk from the ferry dock although mostly uphill. You will want to rent a jeep on the island if you plan to stay more than a day or two. Isabelle, which is nearby, is a great little town with just about everything you could want. Go to the El Sombrero Viejo behind the post office to have a drink, pick up a bottle of spirits and chat up the locals. Also, near the ferry dock try Al's Mar Azul for some cold drinks and tasty food. They mainly have bar food but really good. We tried the cheese steak, chicken sandwich and tacos and all was quite good. Definitely do the Bio Bay tour, especially on a clear moonless night if possible. For a really good meal, try Bili in Esparanza for some killer fish.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bravo Beach Hotel is an 18 unit ocean front hotel consisting of 2 properties - the main hotel and Casa Roja (located just across the street). All guests have the same amenities and 24 hour access to the main hotel property. We are located on the Atlantic coast of Vieques, five minutes from the town of Isabel Segunda.Amenities include daily continental breakfast, wifi, satellite tv and free use of beach towels, chairs and coolers to take with you while you explore the island. Please note that while we are a coastal property, we do not have a swimming beach. ... more less
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