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Newest reviews for Rosa's Place Guesthouse

  • Richard
      United States of America
    August 12, 2014

    The guys were as friendly and as helpful (generous with their time) as could be. Airport and vehicle rentals within easy walking distance.


  • Elias
      United States of America
    May 23, 2014

    The apartment is spacious for 2 people, you don't feel you are crammed in a small room. It is good value for money, so if you are in culebra on a budget, this is a great place. If you are coming and are anchoring your expectations to your favorite hotel chain (Hilton, Starwood...) or used to staying at the Ritz, then this is probably not the right place for you and I would go as far as advocating that Culebra is not the island for you.


  • Muzi
      United States of America
    March 24, 2014

    Balcony is very cute :)


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    February 23, 2014

    The hosts will tell you everything you need to enjoy Culebra island


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    December 25, 2013

    nice, very nice owners! Very clean. We loved it!


  • Amanda
      United States of America
    October 1, 2013

    I am in love with the island of Culebra, my boyfriend & I have actually taken day ferry trips to Culebra from Fajardo the past 2 years & decided we would stay in Culebra this year because we loved Flamenco beach so much. Rosa's Place is the perfect place to stay in Culebra and very close to Flamenco Beach! Richard & Marcos are the best hosts! Super friendly & keep the guesthouse very clean which is important to me. The guesthouse is very cute & reminded me of being at home:) Culebra is not a 5 star hotel island if that is what you are looking for. For me, it's all about the fun island living & beach lifestyle that makes you feel @ home! We stayed in the 1 bedroom apartment which has it's own kitchen to be able to make some of our own meals as we were there for 5 days. We would enjoy breakfast & dinner on the screened in patio! There was also a couple staying in the studio apt. Upstairs which we had fun beaching & dining with together! In addition to the amazing Flamenco, we also visited Zoni Beach, which was also beautiful & more secluded on other side of island. On our last day we took one of Richard & Marcos boat trips to the island of Culebrita and it was absolute paradise. This is a must see. We lucked out and ended up being the only people on the island the entire day! They even took us to their favorite hot rock pools and the views were unreal, absolutely amazing. During our stay the weather was very hot, but no rain! The heat doesn't bother me & once you are on the beach it's about 10 degrees cooler. A must eat is Zaco's Taco'S. Great local fish tacos & delicious Margarita's! Again, very close to Rosa's Place. I can't wait to come back & visit Culebra. Ofcourse I will be staying @ Roas'a Place Guesthouse!

    The only thing that I found difficult during our stay was transportation. It was actually pretty hard to get taxis (unless you have a number to call ahead each time), which we thought would be easy. This is the cheapest way to get around the island, however the most inconvenient in my opinion. We ended up renting a golf cart which actually worked out better! We could get around the island as we please, get groceries for meals/snacks & wine when we ran out;) I highly recommend the golf cart! Mosquito's are everywhere so make sure you apply plenty of bug spray! Just to keep in mind: The island shuts down fairly early, especially during the week & most restaurants aren't open past 8pm. This didn't bother me since we had a kitchen to cook dinner if we wanted to eat a little later.


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