Les Caraibes Beach Resort is an excellent choice for travelers visiting San Juan, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Les Caraibes Beach Resort is a hotel offering air conditioning and a kitchenette in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting San Juan. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travelers looking for a place to eat close to Les Caraibes Beach Resort can head to Oceano Acuatico (0.1 mi), which is within walking distance.
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Very confusing booking process, had to call several times to book. Then we had to transfer money electronically and send proof of payment. Ok, that is their process and that is what we did, the staff member didn’t mention that the cottage he had suggested had no toilet or bathroom. Fast forward to arrival, we arrived had to battle through the security gates to get in and we were shown the cottage costing 3000 peso per night. There was no way I would stay in a cottage with no bathroom so asked for another room. This process took another 30 minutes and we were given a cluster room which included meals and was another 2000 peso because you had to have the food. The place was empty, it was late and I just said yes. The new room was basic, bathroom dirty, food was shocking, ambience non existent, beach was course sand and water not clean. All in all a poor experience With an archaic approach to customer satisfaction. Very expensive (relative to other resorts in the area) and I suggest you save your money and look elsewhere. 5000 peso per night should get me a clean customer centric experience and if food is offered it needs to be edible. No transparency in terms of the rates. In summary, don’t bother spend your hard earned peso elsewhere.…
The beach area is good and clean. Nearby resorts are quite noisy because it's a public resort. The food's average. The facilities however is not good, considering the room and entrance fee is expensive - not value for money.
If you are young and adventurous, Then this is the resort for you but if you like the finer things that a resort can provide you, then this is definitely not it ! Its noisy because of the public resort beside it , rooms are not so clean and its not worth the amount you pay for the room however its still the cheapest among the others during peak season and at least its pet friendly which i like and they allow you to bring your own food, I am always fair in writing my travel reviews and i must say this resort is not for me, but at least you can go to the resorts next door for a better view of things.
Booked the biggest room (big cottage) to celebrate my birthday with 6 of my friends. The room was good for 10, with 3 double beds and foam beds for the rest to sleep on the floor. IT was big enough, but the small A/C lacked power to cool the whole room filled with people. It took some time for the room to cool down. The room was clean and big, but only had one bathroom, which was below my standard and the shower door broken. But we didn't mind. The beach was clean. The adjacent lower class resort was over crowded and was very noisy, but we didn’t mind. Here’s the bad part: While I was booking over the phone, I asked if the big cottage room had its own stove and grill, as one of my friend is a chef and he offered to cook for everyone for my birthday. The lady assured me that the room was equipped with a stove and grill. When we arrived, we brought with us raw food and uncooked rice, only to find out that only the small rooms have stoves, and our room, the most expensive one, does not. The admin then said that they never told us that the big cottage had a stove; only a grill near the beached shared by everyone. The waiter told us that the resort can cook our meals in their kitchen with a cooking fee of around 160/kilo for meat and veggies, and 60/kg for rice. Since we brought meat for grilling, we only asked them to cook a kilo of prawns and a big full tupperware of uncooked rice. I saw the rice myself and held it in my hand. It was almost a kilo, maybe a little less. But when the cooked rice arrived, it was only good for 3 or 4 people. Now I know for a fact that 3-4 cups of rice (half a kg) can feed 5 people with a bit of left overs,, so a kilo can easily feed 10 people. Plus my chef who owns a restaurant knows that the rice that he brought was enough for everyone in our group, maybe even have left overs. Moreover, the rice that we brought was long grain rice; the one served to us wasn't. I went to see the waiter and he said that the rice that we gave wasn't even half a kilo. Furious, I went to the kitchen and demanded to see our tupperware. The cook gave us a different small tupperware with a sticker on the lid. The cook and the waiter held on to their claim that that that was our tupperware, but I insisted that the tupperware wasn't ours and I knew this because I held it with my own hands just a few hours before. So the cook went to the fridge and pulled out a tupperware that looked like ours but now with food inside. I asked them to empty the tupperware, fill it with uncooked rice and weigh it infront of me. It was a bit over 3/4 kilo. This is about 7 to 8 cups of uncooked rice, with means that it can feed at least 10 people. My friend who's a chef uses this same quantity to feed his staff of 12, and his staff are heavy rice eaters! I was so distraught that the staff would go so low and would scam us just for a few grams of rice. The ridiculousness of the situation made me give up just so the night wouldn't be ruined further; went back to our picnic table and ordered extra rice (which we were charged for). The rice came and the waiter told me that they added 2 or 3 more cups to our order as a gesture of apology. Aside from this incident, my friends reported to me that some of the staffs were rude to them the following morning. I didn’t experience this first hand so I wont write about it. Overall, our experience with this resort was tainted by this incident. I wouldn’t go back and wouldn’t recommend my friends to stay here. It’s such a waste since the resort has potential, has a good location, and reasonably priced.…
Decent and reasonably priced beach. Although we rented an air-conditioned lodging, we were also allowed to use the kitchenette at one of their non-air-conditioned "bahay kubo" (nipa hut) styled shelters. We cooked our food there. The sea was relatively calm, with only gentle waves. Since it was an off-peak season, we enjoyed the relative peace and few crowds. Les Caraibes is also pet-friendly! We also brought our shih-tzu along in our beach getaway there, but she just stayed at our lodging's terrace (tethered, of course) while many of us were away at the shore. Free breakfast! (look at the menu in one my pics) But what turned me off was the litter there. I made a little effort to pick up every kind of trash that I spotted -- from cigarette butts and empty bottles to floating sandals and driftwood -- and disposed of them properly. I could not believe that Pinoys could tolerate the sight of the garbage as they swim or just laze around at the shore. I also took the time to walk around and visit nearby resorts -- and man, all of them (except for La Luz) looked almost like a dumpsite! Les Caraibes, for its part, was relatively a cleaner beach... but not *that* clean. To other tourists -- wherever you are, please keep our natural wonders and national treasures clean, if you still want to enjoy them in the future. Let's all be responsible when traveling.…