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Reviewed 17 June 2012

My wife and I spent three very nice days at Rainforest Inn. Here are the pros and cons: Pros: It’s about a 15 minute drive to the main entrance of the El Yunque National Park. The grounds are beautiful. The breakfasts were wonderful. Bill has a private hike in the nature reserve that backs up to his property (be warned...

2Thank ColoMandM
Columbus, Georgia
Reviewed 8 June 2012

We spent three nights at the lovely Rain Forest Inn / B&B and loved every relaxing moment. The breakfasts are AWESOME. Was a bit skeptical of the vegetarian menu being the meat lovers that we are, but we could not asks for a more flavorful and filling breakfast – I didn’t have to eat lunch because I was still full...

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Rochester, New York
Reviewed 27 May 2012

My two daughters and I stayed at the Rainforest Inn for two nights. There is a three night minimum, but Bill was nice enough to allow us to stay only two nights. Honestly, I wish we had time for three nights, in fact, an entire week! Had I known what an amazing place this was, I would not have previously...

3Thank Weeney28
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Reviewed 25 May 2012

For our honeymoon we stayed a couple days at the Rainforrest Inn. Being more 5 star kind of guy, and my wife being more of a roughing it kind of gal, I figured I'd suck it up and do something that she'd love since we were staying at El Conquistador in a couple days. Well I was so happy when...

Thank pervezt
Louisville, Kentucky
Reviewed 17 May 2012

We had the great pleasure of spending 5 days at the Rain Forest Inn beside El Yunque Rainforest recently. My friend and I were both making first visits to rain forests and did not know what to expect. What good luck to choose the perfect spot to visit the park, to hike, and photograph. The chalet had two bedrooms, a...

1Thank weindreams
New York, United States
Reviewed 15 May 2012

Stayed here with an extended family. There was enough room for us all to get together or have privacy. The grounds and view are wonderful. I was a little worried about no air conditioning but the air was hot at the beach and cool in the mountains (mid-April). Temperature in the rooms was perfect with overhead fans. The frogs were...

Thank MBC127
Miami, Florida
Reviewed 7 May 2012

We loved the Rainforest Inn. The location was superb and the view down to the ocean was incredible. Bill & his wife were great hosts. Maya, their dog, was a delight to have around. The breakfast was delicious. The massages were excellent. Sleeping at night and listening to the coqui was wonderful. Waking up to the sunrise was great as...

Thank tomvjohn
Wallingford, Pennsylvania, United States
Reviewed 30 April 2012

we stayed here because my conference at a nearby resort was overbooked at the conference rate, and I am glad it was. When you go there for the first time, you go down an obscure nondescript road and keep going up, and you think "I sure hope this isn't an internet ripoff." But once you go through the gates (actually...

1Thank ScottS900
Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Reviewed 21 April 2012

Location! Location! Location! The Rainforest Inn was central to all of our activities that included hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, and plenty of beach time. The advice Bill and Laurie was dead one no matter the subject with all the options laid out for us to decide what best worked for us. The grounds of the B&B was a great place to...

2Thank Yvonne R
Dayton, Ohio
Reviewed 8 April 2012

We loved the Rainforest Inn. The breakfasts are terrific. The views are amazing. The gardens are beautifully kept, and they blend in so well with the surrounding rainforest. This was a great place to find some peace and quiet in lush surroundings, but also close enough to Luquillo and Fajardo that we could easily get to the beaches and bio-bay...

1Thank ceebee8012

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Stay in the El Yunque rain forest of Puerto Rico. We have hikes to secluded swimming holes and mountainside waterfalls right out our background. We have no air conditioning, radios, or TV but we do offer quilts on the beds (it's cool up here in the mountains). If you are a nature lover you will love staying here. We have two bedroom chalet with baths and complete kitchen. There is a tremendous view from your window. Close to Luquillo Beach. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Rainforest Inn

Address: PR 186 KM 22. 1 | Rio Grande, PR, El Yunque National Forest 00745, Puerto Rico
Region: Caribbean > Puerto Rico > El Yunque National Forest
Price Range: $224 - $231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
Also Known As:
Rainforest Hotel El Yunque National Forest
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