I spent five nights there in February 2008 and about the best thing I can say about the Casa Cayena is it has a good location and a good restaurant. The rooms are poor. Very hard beds and almost non-existent lighting. A very dim compact florescent light in the bathroom didn't provide enough light to shave by. Two similar bulbs in sconces in the bedroom didn't provide enough light to read by. No table lamp (I asked for one three times and was told "tomorrow" each time but one was never provided). Loud, semi-efficient in-the-wall air conditioner (basically a window-type unit). Rock-hard bed with a couple of flat pillows. In-room safes and refrigerators available for extra daily fees. Unfriendly desk clerks. About a block away from a beach and a few blocks from Sosua's main bar/restaurant area. The main attaction seems to be that femaile guests of guests are permitted without any hassle (I saw several guys taking local gals to their room). I wouldn't stay there again.
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