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We stayed here in february for 1 night, got a double room. The place is more like a european hotel.When the night falls, the staff leaves and the gate going to the rooms close (you have your key, of course).Our first impression was that it looked like a Walmart or one of those big stores from outside.From the inside is nice and simple and the staff is super friendly.The rooms (or at least the one floor we stayed) Did not have windows to outside or views,because I think it used to be a store and the windows face to the hallway, so if you are claustrophobic, this place is not for you.It has a small 19 inch tv and I think a fridge, extremely clean.It is a good place to stay just to spend the night if you are visiting family or on a business trip and need a place to sleep. I believe there are only 2 or 3 places to stay in this town. Plenty of bakeries to have breakfast around and local restaurants & bars for chinchorreo.
When you visit mountain locations and decide to stay over, the most important thing is cleanness and this hotel have it. The building used to be a furniture store, so the outside won't impress you. But once you enter the main door, the looks, decoration, cleanness is pleasant. Rooms are sparkling clean and A/C's works nicely. They offer breakfast and limited honor bar. If you decide to stay around Barranquitas or Aibonito, this place is a great choice.
Heard about this Hotel from a friend who lives in Barranquitas, Puerto Rico, and invited us, party of 3 ladies, to a party on a Friday evening in the country side of our lovely Puerto Rico. We arrived into the property around 5:30pm. The front desk person was already waiting for us, addressed us to our room. We had 3 beds. One queen and 2 twins. A very clean room, with a refrigerator in it, toiletries, and a microwave in the hall outside the room. We were provided with keys for entering the property late evening or next morning, and keys to our room. They lock the gates after 8:00pm. Planning to open a Restaurant and a Meeting facility. Beds were very comfortable, the room was clean, and we had a continental breakfast on Saturday morning before departure. We will definitely stay again at this Hotel.
I arrived here around 4:45pm, to find an empty car park, a locked door, and nobody around. There was a sign on the door in Spanish with a phone number, but without a US phone, I didn't want to spend £2/min on a call, and I wasn't in any rush... About half an hour later, some other people turned up hoping to stay there, and they duly called the number and a lady materialised 5 minutes later to unlock the door. Inside, it all looks very smart with spotlights, polished stone floors and several clocks behind the desk for different time zones. Don't be fooled though - the reservations system seemed to be entirely paper-based - I'd booked via Hotels.com but ended up filling out a paper form with all my details. I was then shown to my room (back out into the car park and in through a different gate), and the room looked equally modern - polished stone floor, air conditioning, flat-screen tv, wifi etc. It was a good size, but didn't have any windows, nor even any ventilation system. Fortunately the door wasn't air-tight, but I did wonder where the oxygen was supposed to come from... The bathroom was also in good condition, although the shower curtain rail hadn't been installed correctly so I did a quick DIY job for them to put it back up when it fell down. The place didn't seem to have any food or beverage options - I asked about dinner, and the lady recommended a place in the town (El Mofungo, which seemed to be the only place open when I later explored). There had been a bar and a few tables and chairs set up near the hotel reception desk, but I didn't hold out much hope of anyone servicing them. I see from the comment on a review in February that a breakfast option was planned to open "very soon" - there didn't seem to be much sign of progress on this in late August. I ended up continuing my drive westwards in the morning before stopping for some food, but one of the Shell stations in town might have produced some breakfast of sorts... So overall, if you want a clean bedroom in Barranquitas and nothing else, then this will do the job well. If you want the luxury of a window, don't forget to select that when you book, and preferably have a US phone so that you can call when you arrive. In hindsight, I'm not sure why I opted to spend the night in Barranquitas at all, but if you really want to, the Canyon Hotel might well be your best option.
Super modern slick rooms, where you might not have expected. Beds were massively comfortable; flat screen TV; wifi; very clean. Affordable. Staff at the front desk were very helpful finding us a place to eat on Easter weekend. The region is away from the beaches, cooler and a great place to stay, though you would need a car I imagine.
desolate, door was locked, a lady finally showed up with no information for us regarding local things to do, no breakfast, we cleaned the coffee pot to make more coffee in the morning, no breakfast. Poor choice on our part and I trusted the reviews
Been there for one night, just for escape from the metropolitan area and enjoy a relaxing Halloween without too much noise. Is simple, very clean and easy to find. Didn't like there wasn't window in the room, but thats is not big deal. Theres not too much things to do around, just the canyon tour but i think is a lil far from the hotel, not sure. Excellent if you want to enjoy a night far away from noises with your couple. Also the owner is very kind and easy to talk.
It's a creative space, but there isn't much to work with in the rooms. The guesthouse is modern and clean, and the prices are affordable. A stay for a night is about the most you'll need to figure out there isn't much else here. Access to the guesthouse is granted with a key to the main door. You have to lock the outside door at night. You get a room key, and both keys are on a keychain that you get when you check in. The positive: I was overwhelmingly impressed with room cleanliness. The spaces are fresh and appear brand new. The room has fairly quiet air conditioning unit that doesn't bother at night. The negative: The walls are thin, and don't mitigate sound enough during the evenings and at night. It gives off an air of having a bed inside a classroom. The TV is small for the room size, and the satellite signal waivers and cuts out during the day. If you're looking to relax and watch a show, you're going to have a bad time. The coat closet is inside the bathroom. Water pressure was adequate, but again, because the walls are so thin, sounds and talking from other rooms are audible and clear during showers. The bed looks fancy, but it's stiff as a board. My partner and I barely got any sleep. Lastly, the sheet with guesthouse rules is excessive, and we felt all of the extra charges were condescending. We understand there are rules, but to list each and the associated fees is over the top. A fee for extra pillows or towels? Conclusion: It's nice to stay for a night, and the price fits the bill, but the no-frills approach makes this a one-and-done stay.
This is a very clean small place in a strip mall type location but with comfortable, clean, attractive rooms at a reasonable price. When a friend and I arrived not feeling well, they went to extra efforts to make us as comfortable as possible.
Clean, comfortable at a good price. Barranquitas is a small town off the beaten path in PR. Lots of history with friendly people. Great for a weekend retreat. Couple of good restaurants nearby. Excursions to the beautiful Cañón San Cristobal are available when requested in advance. Friendly staff !!
Canyon Boutique Hotel places you 30.5 mi (49.1 km) from Dorado Beach and 30.1 mi (48.4 km) from Fort Buchanan. This 18-room guesthouse welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like a winery and free in-room WiFi.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you on weekends from 8 AM to 10 AM. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge.
Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Limited housekeeping is available.
Guests of Canyon Boutique Hotel enjoy features like a winery, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. Staff members can help with accommodation requests, and provide tour or ticket assistance. Additional amenities include a microwave in a common area, a TV in a common area, and wedding services.