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The hotel staff was very friendly and the location was beautiful. The breakfast was exceptional! The outdoor bar closed very early every day which was disappointing. Each day when we got back I wanted to wind down with a cocktail and it was always closed. Our room was nice but the sliding glass doors hardly opened and it seemed as though the glass was going to fall out when I opened them. We had to sleep with bug spray on both nights we were there, the first night was horrible. I was up most of the evening trying to keep them off of my son while he was sleeping because they were swarming.

Broken shower and very limited shower. Restaurant or Bar was not open for lunch or dinner.

I think my biggest frustration was just not ever seeing who was running the facilities. Had questions but could never find anyone to help. Would end up asking other guests or people in town I met. I'm not a picky person, I have stayed in Cuba for 2 weeks w/o air or a proper bed. I guess I was expecting more from this hotel from what I read and it didn't deliver for the cost. Maybe it is just the island cost? Bare minimum with towels, blankets and annoying lock on the door to get in and out of the room. There really was nothing horrible but there wasn't anything wonderful like I had at all other 3 accommodations I had while staying in PR.

Enjoyed our stay - clean, nice rooms. Well-maintained, quiet, calm. Friendly, helpful staff. Nice pool. However, Bar and Restaurant are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

The hotel was very clean neat and organize. The room was spacious and the staff were very friendly. The food was very good especially the red snapper, the location was also great.

Flamenco Beach is a must!! Beautiful scenery, surf and sand. You can rent chairs/umbrella for the day. Great food and drinks for lunch (try the pork kabobs, rice and beans and Pina Colada's). Zoni Beach is perhaps the most isolated and peaceful beaches on the island. We were two out of a total of 14 people on the entire beach. There are no amenities so bring your own food/drinks. Make sure you plan your transportation for the end of the day. Its so remote cell phone service doesn't work. Two great places to meet the locals and have great food is Mamacita's (especially bongo night) and Dinghy Dock's (karaoke night). All the locals we met were welcoming, helpful and a joy to meet!!

The second we arrived at Club Seabourne, we knew this was something very very special. It is stunning, set on a sloping hillside with individual villas, beautifully landscaped grounds, a stunning pool, sophisticated dining area and chic bar! [...] smiling face was the first person we saw and the last when we checked out. She was a ray of sunshine the entire trip, felt like an old friend. As did [...]. When we arrived, we were exhausted from the red eye and small flight and had a marvelous breakfest, changed and headed to the beach. When we came back, we went to our adorable room. It was BEAUTIFUL! villa #3. So comfortable and pretty, looked better than the pictures I saw on several websites. I am VERY picky and was more than pleased with EVERYTHING at this hotel. I plan to go back to Culebra and will only stay here. The small staff was like family, anything you want they will get. Here is an example, the windows are all screened in, but the sliding glass door to our private balcony is not. The first night, it was so nice and breezy, we turned off the AC and opened all the windows. We wanted to open the deck door but were concerned about mosquito bites. We left it close. In the morning we asked [...], if in the future, they might consider adding sliding screen doors. He right away said, let me work on that now and see if we can get someone here today to do that. We were shocked! Who does that??? Club Seabourne DOES! It was to short notice to get someone but just the fact that he tried was worth it's weight in gold. The free breakfest is amazing. I forgot it was included in the room and from the looks of it and what I had, thought it would be 20 to 25 dollars each day...nope free! I just got back this morning, Sunday March 20th and couldn't wait to write in and share with you but maybe a mistake when you all rush to book and I can't get in : ) Enjoy!!!!!!!

Very pleasing stay

State Road #252, Playa Sardinas II Ward Culebra

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Pool bar
  • Free airport pick-up
  • Outdoor pool

Located within a mile (2 km) of Playa Punta Soldado, Club Seabourne Boutique Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Culebra Ferry Terminal. This 12-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free airport pick-up.


Dining

For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM. At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

All 12 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, ceiling fans, and safes. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. Ironing boards are also included.


Property features

At Club Seabourne Boutique Hotel, guests have access to an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Airport transportation is made easy with a free shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours). Front-desk staff can help with luggage storage, and provide local restaurant recommendations. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include free use of bicycles, a library, and a terrace.

Room options

Family Villa, 2 Bedrooms

1 Queen Bed and 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 4

Basic Room

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Double Room, 1 Queen Bed

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 4

Oceania Villa 3

1 Queen Bed and 2 Twin Sofa Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Club Seabourne Boutique Hotel

Everyone (5) Business (1) Couples (1) Family (1) Friends (1)
5
Everyone

By on May 8, 2019

4
Everyone

The hotel staff was very friendly and the location was beautiful. The breakfast was exceptional! The outdoor bar closed very early every day which was disappointing. Each day when we got back I wanted to wind down with a cocktail and it was always closed. Our room was nice but the sliding glass doors hardly opened and it seemed as though the glass was going to fall out when I opened them. We had to sleep with bug spray on both nights we were there, the first night was horrible. I was up most of the evening trying to keep them off of my son while he was sleeping because they were swarming.

By on Aug 17, 2018

Review comment responded on Oct 11, 2018

Thank you for sharing your experience. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience. We will look into your sliding door to verify what is wrong. If windows or sliding doors stay open, mosquitoes can be an inconvenience. If you visit us again, don't hesitate to notify the situation to the manager so that you can be re-located. If you need to stay in touch with us by email or via Expedia, please do so to provide inmediate assistance. Thank you.

3
Everyone

Broken shower and very limited shower. Restaurant or Bar was not open for lunch or dinner.

By on Jul 28, 2018

3

ehh

Everyone

I think my biggest frustration was just not ever seeing who was running the facilities. Had questions but could never find anyone to help. Would end up asking other guests or people in town I met. I'm not a picky person, I have stayed in Cuba for 2 weeks w/o air or a proper bed. I guess I was expecting more from this hotel from what I read and it didn't deliver for the cost. Maybe it is just the island cost? Bare minimum with towels, blankets and annoying lock on the door to get in and out of the room. There really was nothing horrible but there wasn't anything wonderful like I had at all other 3 accommodations I had while staying in PR.

By , from Spartanburg, SC on Jun 12, 2018

5

great hotel, more remote

Everyone

Enjoyed our stay - clean, nice rooms. Well-maintained, quiet, calm. Friendly, helpful staff. Nice pool. However, Bar and Restaurant are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

By , from san francisco, ca on Jul 11, 2016

3

great location

Business

The hotel was very clean neat and organize. The room was spacious and the staff were very friendly. The food was very good especially the red snapper, the location was also great.

By on Aug 23, 2014

4

one of the best weeks of my life!!!

Couples

Flamenco Beach is a must!! Beautiful scenery, surf and sand. You can rent chairs/umbrella for the day. Great food and drinks for lunch (try the pork kabobs, rice and beans and Pina Colada's). Zoni Beach is perhaps the most isolated and peaceful beaches on the island. We were two out of a total of 14 people on the entire beach. There are no amenities so bring your own food/drinks. Make sure you plan your transportation for the end of the day. Its so remote cell phone service doesn't work. Two great places to meet the locals and have great food is Mamacita's (especially bongo night) and Dinghy Dock's (karaoke night). All the locals we met were welcoming, helpful and a joy to meet!!

By on May 16, 2011

5

love love love!!!!!!

Friends

The second we arrived at Club Seabourne, we knew this was something very very special. It is stunning, set on a sloping hillside with individual villas, beautifully landscaped grounds, a stunning pool, sophisticated dining area and chic bar! [...] smiling face was the first person we saw and the last when we checked out. She was a ray of sunshine the entire trip, felt like an old friend. As did [...]. When we arrived, we were exhausted from the red eye and small flight and had a marvelous breakfest, changed and headed to the beach. When we came back, we went to our adorable room. It was BEAUTIFUL! villa #3. So comfortable and pretty, looked better than the pictures I saw on several websites. I am VERY picky and was more than pleased with EVERYTHING at this hotel. I plan to go back to Culebra and will only stay here. The small staff was like family, anything you want they will get. Here is an example, the windows are all screened in, but the sliding glass door to our private balcony is not. The first night, it was so nice and breezy, we turned off the AC and opened all the windows. We wanted to open the deck door but were concerned about mosquito bites. We left it close. In the morning we asked [...], if in the future, they might consider adding sliding screen doors. He right away said, let me work on that now and see if we can get someone here today to do that. We were shocked! Who does that??? Club Seabourne DOES! It was to short notice to get someone but just the fact that he tried was worth it's weight in gold. The free breakfest is amazing. I forgot it was included in the room and from the looks of it and what I had, thought it would be 20 to 25 dollars each day...nope free! I just got back this morning, Sunday March 20th and couldn't wait to write in and share with you but maybe a mistake when you all rush to book and I can't get in : ) Enjoy!!!!!!!

By on Mar 20, 2011

4

tranquil getaway

Family

Very pleasing stay

By on Jan 3, 2010

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