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Culebra Beach Villas

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Flamenco Beach, 00775 Puerto Rico
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#2 of 4 hotels in Culebra
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The only complex located at one of the best beaches in the world; Flamenco Beach at Culebra, PR
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Free parking
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Microwave
Refrigerator
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Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
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raiderevans wrote a review Jun 2021
Lubbock, Texas19 contributions5 helpful votes
This “complex” of villas is cute! The landscaping and decor is perfect! It also has easy access to the beach and lounge chairs you can rent. Our villa (1C) was not so great. The couch had seen better days. The tv was unworkable due to a broken remote. Management said the owners are aware of the problem, but has not sent a replacement. The hot water was nonexistent. The bathroom lighting and mirror weren’t so great either. The air conditioner in the unit seemed new and worked great! And the kitchen had what we needed.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Mercedes wrote a review Apr 2021
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So WHERE TO START. Flamenco beach is beautiful. BUT to get here is a mission then getting anything you need for over here is another mission. They are protesting right now and they don’t want many tourists over here check it out on the web about Culebra protests. Trying to get any excursions or activities to do out here was a mission so if you plan to come here make sure you have stuff to do in advanced if you can find anything to do they went from 42 taxi drivers on this little island to about five because of Covid we came here for two days from San Juan and we got a ticket on a golf cart for $100 for a seatbelt the second day we were here and there’s only really one beach you can get Two right now because they’re updating all their map still since the hurricane and you have to use exact coordinates around here because the GPS won’t get you to where you need to go you must have a jeep or a golf cart if you can find one to rent. Don’t bother calling it anywhere because they don’t pick up the phone you have to text most of these numbers to set anything up I will leave a taxi drivers number name Nelson down below he is the only one that texted back and picked us up when we needed to be picked up and dropped off when we needed to be dropped off. But if you don’t have at least four people in your party the minimum is $20 no matter what even if it’s a two minute drive down the road or five minute Drive because a five minute drive here may be a 35 minute walk. Everything is very spread out so if you can get into the center of town you’re better off because it’s way too hot to walk and it’s way too far. You can’t take a ferry over here right now because of the protesting there is people on the water stopping fairies from entering so you must take a plane here which is called air flamenco Those tickets are 75 to 130 that was for two people. Don’t call anywhere ahead of time because they’ll tell you they don’t have them available because 80% of those ferry tickets are sold at the ferry station so just go there walk right to the ticket booth and ask for the amount of tickets you need don’t ask any employee what you do and how you do it because they will tell you you cannot get the tickets because you’re not local. If you’re trying to go to Culbrita Good luck finding a Water Taxi they used to have them waiting at the beaches and at the ferry terminal and airports for people but since the Covid they’re not they’re very strict down here right now with your mask they’ll give you $100 ticket if you’re not wearing it They are not happy with tours right now and if you look up with the protesting is about that’ll explain more we found a really nice couple to stay with They own chalets and we found that on air bnb very affordable. But I just found out there’s Airbnb plus for Puerto Rico so if you want to stay at a nicer place that’s your best bet we are staying in San Juan for 13 days and I much rather stay over there because you can travel to Colorado you can travel to con you can travel to many different beaches I mean you may have to drive an hour or two but there’s more choices over in that area then over on the island over here they are also fighting for resources because there’s not a lot of resources over here. The gas station is right next to the ferry terminal. It DOES NOT look like a gas station so keep your eyes peeled. SO to get here we had a rental car in San Juan we drove that to ceiba airport and left our car there and took the plane over and the ferry back. Ferry is $2 a ticket. The airport was very easy and small. There 8 passenger planes with expirenced flyers and it’s a beautiful ride. BUT JUST REMEMBER there is not much to do over here so if your okay with just hanging at the beach this is for you. If not then I wouldn’t bother coming to Culebra right now. And only three beaches that the roads are open to because flamenco is doing construction so you can’t go past the fence to all the “secret beaches they are also very rude and have Harris and animosity towards the tourists ” Taxi driver Nelson number is 787-972-0928 text is better
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Gege B wrote a review Mar 2021
Florida203 contributions71 helpful votes
It’s my third time abs I can’t get enough of flamenco beach. It’s such a peaceful naturally amazing beach. Nothing to do but relax. The bungalows are rustic but comfortable. Just make sure to bring the essentials for making breakfast everyday abs snack and even lunch... there aren’t many restaurants around. Be aware of the nozeums at dawn and dusk they are vicious and their bites last for a few days.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mannyforty wrote a review Feb 2021
11 contributions15 helpful votes
In years past my wife and I have stayed many times at this location. We found peace and quiet and lots of serenity. Unfortunately that is no longer the case. This visit we encountered loud parties drunken noisy people and loud music into the lafe hours of the morning. We also were shocked their was absolutely no mask enforcement on the property. Additionally their was zero security and non guess walked throughout the property with nobody questioning who they were. Their private beach had many non guests and their parking lot was used by them as well.For the first time we felt unsafe staying at this property. Another note wifi was at best spotty. No tv available except two spanish speaking local channels. I complained in an email to the rental agents and they sent back boiler plate reply. Tgey assured me they would alert property management know but as of yet nobody has contacted us to make amends. Quite frankly I cannot in good concience recommend this property to anyone right now. There are to many locations in the Caribbean and in mainland Puerto Rico to take a chance on safety and peace of mind.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Magaly V wrote a review Nov 2020
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The place was beautiful, the beach was excellent and the staff much better....You can enjoy the beach and the sunset is magnificent, The rooms are clean, is walking distance to the beach, also you can going to the town and buy all that you need for stay in the hotel.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Culebra Beach Villas
Which popular attractions are close to Culebra Beach Villas?
Nearby attractions include Flamenco Beach (0.04 km), Playa Zoni (6.4 km), and Playa Tamarindo (1.1 km).
Which room amenities are available at Culebra Beach Villas?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
Is parking available at Culebra Beach Villas?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Culebra Beach Villas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Blac Flamingo Coffee, Zaco's Tacos, and Heather's.
Does Culebra Beach Villas have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.