My room details: $2890, four nights, king bed, ground floor, ocean view. Maybe 50 feet to the ocean. Sounds perfect. The grounds: Very nice. Well kept. Impressed. The room: Pretty basic. Tiny bathroom. Desk lamp literally had to be propped against the wall as it was falling apart. Zero pizzazz. Absolutely nothing in the room that had that "hey look at this piece of coral" or something decor to make it look like they tried to cozy it up. Maybe a 3 out of 5. The restaurant: Only tried Ciao Hound. Excellent. Both breakfast and dinner. Try the meatballs. They write the name "Ciao" with balsamic vinegar in the olive oil for dripping the bread appetizer. Nice touch. Onsite bars: They make drinks. Pretty simple. Hard to mess up (shrugs shoulders). Barkeeps hustle. The room AC: I'd suggest not staying there if you like your room cool and the outside temp is over, ohhhhh, say 80. During our stay the temp was 75/76. The tiny retrofit wall unit won't go below 67. The room got up to 70 during the day, barely. The AC never stopped running trying to keep up. That's good for about a high 2 out of 5. Housekeeping: Terrible. Dreadful. Check in is 4pm. Ours was finally ready at 4:43pm after two free "so sorry" drink coupons, a $50 resort fee refund (not sure I've seen that yet) and two calls from the front desk. So I'm guessing there really isn't any housekeeping going on. (I know....COVID. I've heard that lame excuse from Monterey CA to Buffalo NY and places in between all year. You'd think by now there'd be a handy work around to find a way to service the rooms. Guess not.) Need towels? Tell the front desk at least twice, leave the old towels outside your door. Walk up to front desk to inquire. They send a runner. Eventually. Need sheets? Same. It's a change-your-own situation. But what about tracking sand into your room? "Oh, there should be a broom by the robes." Nope. Asked for one. Never got one. So if ya stay at Postcard bring your apron and broom. You'll need it. So finally......the grounds and restaurant are fantastic. The room and housekeeping far less than the $700 a night, all in rate would suggest. With a certain uneasiness I give it a 3. I wish there was a 2.5. Cheers! PS....Postcard Inn: why not tell the arriving guests to leave their towels outside their doors by 9am if they need fresh ones? Then have someone start at room #1, work their way thru the property, dropping off new ones and picking up the old ones between 9 and 10 or something? No old towels by the door. No new towels left. Just sayin'.…
Had an impromptu stay that extended from one day to two, Steven at the front desk was amazing and patient and super helpful. Hannah and bri at the beach bar are amazing and will show you a great time. Can’t wait to come back!
The liquor and beer tasting was a great time! Jeremy was super friendly and hilarious. He did an awesome job describing each drink and the story behind the liquor/beer. We had a really good time and would highly recommend to anyone staying at PCI
Jeremy David and Tammy at the pool are amazing. We simply adore them. Great staff great personalities. They took care of our every need. They made the day fun and they remembered us from our last visit.
Recently stayed at PCI, upon arrival after check in, we found our room extremely COLD (it would have been fine if it were the summer). Maintenance Engineer, stop by and told me "I need to live with it" because of a issue they were having. I was offered a portable heater, which I could not use because we had our pet. We froze the entire stay and still feeling he effects. Bar staff was limited, young staff and was more interested in social media than waiting on customers, beach staff took for ever to set up chairs in the morning (all other resorts had them out by 8AM). place was dirty and very expensive. Our room had holes in the wall and the doors, bed linens were stained. Very disappointed in an area I love to visit.