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I sit in the lobby of the Wyndham Grand waiting for our airport shuttle as I write this review. I am traveling with a group of 275 people and we have spent this week here. This resort is again open for business after the hurricanes....More
We had a trip booked for feb 2-9 and after the hurricane hit last year we almost backed out but I’m SO GLAD that we didn’t. The staff told us they would be ready for our arrival and they did not disappoint. The staff was...More
I came to this beautiful hotel on a Business trip. I would love to return on a vacation. The service was the best I have ever experienced anywhere. The 5 O'clock Somewhere bar had very delicious food and again awesome service. The hotel was in...More
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We were not sure what to expect after two hurricanes hit resort. Staff has made a beautiful recovery and we could not have been more pleased. The staff was welcoming and gracious, food was delicious and the weather did not disappoint.
Rooms and grounds were in excellent condition and the staff worked tirelessly to make sure our stay was perfect. Very pleased and amazed at the rebound after the hurricane. Everyone was very welcoming. Thanks
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We prefer ocean view but the mountain view was pretty. I would take a shuttle we used loquillo taxi. We were only there one night but would go back for a longer stay one day. Not sure how the island is doing after... More
We prefer ocean view but the mountain view was pretty. I would take a shuttle we used loquillo taxi. We were only there one night but would go back for a longer stay one day. Not sure how the island is doing after hurricane Maria, but I do know crews from Houston, Oklahoma, and I believe Louisiana have gone to help restore power to the island more expedient than what the govt could handle. the off-site activities also depend on the condition of the power lines being restored.