I stay there on June 21-23 and had another reservation starting from 23-25. When I arrived to the room, it was a handicap room wich it didnt bother me, but I would had aprecieated if front desk would had told me, then we dindt have hot water. Next day engnieering came... After that the front desk clerk who attend me at my final day of my first reservation was not accomodatin was so ever. She didnt offer us a palce to leave our luggage meanwhile we waited for the room and wouldt do the pre-checking process until the other room was ready so had to wait to at least do the pre-checking.. I didnt like her attitude what so ever.. Other than that the stay was fine.
Loved our stay at hotel Columbus. It's clean, our bedroom is very comfortable and very quiet, my wife and I loved it. After a day of surfing or traveling from somewhere , you just want to go back to your hotel and relaxed. Freddy, the owner, is the best. He will cook whatever you want and he is just really a good host. Definitely will stay again at hotel Columbus if ever we go back.
I have been going to this hotel since it opened 50 years ago, when it was barely a bar by the beach and I was child. The best feature is its location near the beach and nearby grocery stores and restaurants. Nowadays I go to visit relatives and visit the balneario for a dunk in the beach. It is a very simple family-owned and family-oriented hotel. Although the room was clean, I did pick up a couple of human hairs on the bedspread the last couple of times -- January and May 2015.
Just got back from a Caribbean cruise and tour around Puerto Rico. Stayed at the Casa Verde Hotel for 3 days last week at the end of our trip along with another couple. We both had rooms overlooking the pool which were very comfortable. Location is great, with a beach just across the street. They supply beach chairs which is nice. There is 2 restaurants on site, and a few more just down the road. The waves are quite high in this area, so one days we drove to the other side of Rincon where the water is a lot calmer. The live music from the Kahuna Burger Bar on site was playing for 2 of the 3 nights were there. The music was good, but is quite loud. The good news is that it ends around 11:30 PM, but if this bothers you it might be a consideration.
Rincon was beautiful in late April, with warm days with a nice cool breeze, fewer people, great sunshine, great food, quiet and so pretty. The beaches are almost empty. One concern was the roughness of the ocean with a big rip tide (on both sides of the island). Terrific food at reasonable prices and a fun area to drive around the small Rincon area. Don't miss the lighthouse.
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More like a cottage at the beach than a hotel which is appealing and the beach is great. You just have to like the idea of "going native" as opposed to being pampered and waited on hand and foot. You can open all the windows, let the breeze blow through and light a barbeque outside the door. Do that at the Hyatt and they'll arrest you!
Rincon is famous for its beaches, which tend to be small, intimate, and varied in character. The first World Championships of surfing was held in Rincon in 1968, and the big waves of the northern beaches still attract surfers the world over. The calm waters of the southern beaches, by contrast, are ideal for snorkeling and diving. During the winter months, humpback whales swim offshore.