Tres Sirenas Beach Inn

26 Sea Beach Dr., Rincon, 00677, Puerto Rico | B&B
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This B&B, located on 26 Sea Beach Dr., Rincon, is near El Faro Park, Punta Higuera Light House, Maritime Museum, and Mona Passage.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Tres Sirenas Beach Inn Rincon

    The best in rincon

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    We were very lucky to stay at Tres Sirenas with Lisa and Harry.We did not have a resevation, however Lisa was able to give us the studio for a night. They are very nice and know how to make you feel welcome and at home. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. Their dog is also fun to walk the beach with and play fetch in the water! Breakfast was awesome- Harry told us were to snorkle and it was great. We saw lots of fish and squid. We cannot wait to go back--and stay longer. Next time we will book in advance!!

    A Luxurious Gem in Sleepy Beach Town

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    My family and I just returned from a week at Tres Sirenas and what a sanctuary the inn turned out to be! After arriving a little early, we were wholeheartedly welcomed by innkeepers Lisa & Harry with a pot of hot coffee by the pool and beautiful beachfront views as we waited for the rest of our rooms to be ready (the guests before us had just checked out and we were REALLY early.) Almost immediately we were downloaded with information on when breakfast would be served (by the pool in the morning), how to get around Rincon (car only) and where to pick up some groceries (all rooms have fridges and the studio & apartment have a kitchen.) After lazing around the pool and beach the first day (the beach is literally at the inn's footsteps), we took the car and bought some snacks from the grocery store about less than 1/2 a mile away. Rincon is a very small town but what it lacks in the heavy tourist scene it makes up in quaint restaurants, BEAUTIFUL views and just an overall relaxing vibe. The next day rained all day and Lisa was kind enough to offer us her DVD movie collection (all rooms have DVD's) and we found cards, dominoes, magazines, etc., lying around in the rooms. I was there to spend time with my family and my 81-year-old Father was all the entertainment we needed believe me! Harry really hit it off with my dad. We had a good time relaxing, laughing and listening to wonderful music. The rest of the week we had beautiful sunshine and we took advantage of visiting nearby towns - sightseeing and swimming. The innkeepers are SO attentive and insured we received good service by speaking to the local restaurants on our behalf. Everyday there was maid service, clean towels, and even hot breakfasts. Being from NYC we are very used to hot hazy days, and can I say the strong A/C and ceiling fans were an added bonus for escaping the heat on occasion! The inn was kept meticulously clean. My brothers and I love to jog and there is a wonderful track nearby. It was truly a relaxing experience at a beautiful inn. Singing, dancing, laughing, swimming, eating was a daily occurrence that ended with a wonderful night's sleep as the ocean waves lulled us to sleep. I was fully relaxed! Staying at Tres Sirenas created beautiful new memories for my family and me. We were treated so well and everyone said how he or she wished we could have stayed another week. If you are looking for a little bit of home-style luxury (we are spoiled New Yorkers) in a sleepy beach town than Tres Sirenas is the place for you. A shiny gem in the island of enchantment!

    Tres Sirenas a real Ocean Front B&B

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    I just returned from Tres Sirenas Inn in Rincon Puerto Rico, where I took my girlfriend to celebrate her birthday, I can't say enough about how much we enjoyed the hospitality innkeepers Harry & Lisa bestowed upon us. We had originally checked in to one of the larger hotels where we found the pool crowded, and very poor service. We found Tres Sirenas in a magazine called Places to Go, we realy wanted to stay ocean front, and found that many of the smaller places advertised were not, boy were we glad to find Tres Sirenas, when they heard our story they offered us an ocean front studio, which had a small living room, kitchen and dining area, and really nice ocean front verandah, where we enjoyed Lisa's yummy breakfasts every morning at the price of the regular ocean front room! They have a pool, which was small, but jacuzzi was nice at night. The rooms were decorated very nicely, and were kept very clean every day by their housekeeper. The beach there was pretty crowded, the locals we found out, really flock to Rincon in the Summer. Harry and Lisa gave us beach chairs, snorkels, and a cooler with ice and sent us to their favorite snorkeling beach Tres Palmas which was spectacular, as well as quiet. Harry arranged a great fishing trip for us with a local captain "Pepe", and we caught a small tuna, snapper and a grouper, which Lisa prepared for us for us that night! They also directed us to some great dining, we had a wonderful special dinner at the Horned Doset which was expensive, but well worth it, and also enjoyed the Lazy Parrot. The Calypso was a great spot for happy hour, and we had a great cocunut drink down the beach from Tres Sirenas at Villa Confresi where we also rented Jet Ski's. If you are looking for small, and intimate, with great service, and ocean front, Tres Sirenas offers everything you need. We even managed to enjoy the rainy afternoons watching movies from their video library.

    Tres Sirenas a Hit

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    I just returned Puerto Rico, where I celebrated my 40th birthday with a group of 11 friends (plus 2 babies). I chose Tres Sirenas because we could take over the entire Inn. Harry and Lisa, the owners, were the perfect balance of friendly, helpful yet respecful of our space and privacy.

    Breakfast is included, and every morning we had delicious fresh pastries, fruit, yogurt, coffee, juice, etc. They do make full breakfasts, but we requested the continental breakfast option.

    The rooms, suites and apt. are exquisitely decorated and impeccably clean. Although the kitchens could be better stocked with pots and pans, we were able to make due by combining the hardware from the different rooms. We were able to cook for everyone every night. Lisa and Harry were extremely helpful with respect to the best places to shop for different items.

    The common area (pool, jacuzzi, lounge chairs and outdoor dining table) is beautifully landscaped and maintained. The house sits right on the beach and faces directly west, providing spectacular sunsets.

    If you're interested in diving, some of the best diving in the Caribbean is just a boat ride away, on the nearby island of Desecheo.

    I really cannot say enough about this place. All my friends (most of whom had never been to PR were utterly delighted and want to go back).

    Perfect Getaway!!!

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    my first visit to puerto rico and i couldn't have been more impressed. stayed 10 days guests of harry and lisa (owners) in this intimate and perfectly appointed inn. rincon is a charming surf town perfect for those looking to get off the beaten path while still enjoying great local food, gorgeous beaches and sleeping in a beautiful, comfy, CLEAN bed. my boyfriend and i checked out much of the other lodging options once there (many of the smaller properties have restaurants) and we remain convinced that there was no better choice for us. though we embarked on a romantic getaway (yea jetblue JFK-Aguadilla!!!) the environment at tres sirenas was so warm and friendly, we ended up palling around with most of the other guests. since we are both chefs, harry and lisa put together a dinner party which we cooked for the group with a queen snapper caught fresh that day and lisa's "mystery basket" of produce from the local grocery- what a great night! these guys are consummate hosts, they truly understand how important it is to get a read on their individual guests and help them to have the best vacation ever. i should also mention nancy, who keeps the property gleaming- there is a wide range of cleanliness of accomodations in laid-back towns like rincon- look no further than tres sirenas!!!

    Great little place!

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    We stayed at the place for 2 nights. It's small but lovely, right on the beach, nice pool, great rooms, nice breakfast, nice owners. It's on the beach near some bars and hotels which you can take advantage of as well. Very peaceful.

    Tres sirenas- a little piece of Paradise.

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    I had a wonderful week with gorgeous views of the ocean and great company.

    Our little secret!

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    I cannot stop thinking about the unbelievable week we spent at the Tres Sirenas Beach Inn in Rincon. It was like having our own private hideaway in the Carribean. The Inn only has 4 beautifully appointed rooms/suite apartments, each with ocean views. The rooms are set arond a lovely garden patio with a small pool with Jacuzzi. All are lovely and chic, and well appointed with top notch furnishings and accessories, appliances, and niceties such baskets filled with all the lastest bestselling books, and candles on the tables. Lisa and Harry, the innkeeper/owners, offered to stock our refridgerator prior to our late arrival, and it was great to have drinks and snacks ready when we arrived. Lisa serves a yummy breakfast poolside every morning, always with fresh fruit, and something different every morning.

    Our family of five shared the sea view apartment with a bedroom and a sleeping loft where all three kids slept comfortably and woke to an amazing view down the entire beach from the windows in the peak of the cathedral ceiling. The inn sits so close to the sea that your views from all the windows are of sparkling water, as if you are on a ship. The sun set each evening right behind Desecheo Island offshore-just beautiful. The location is perfect--on one of Rincon's calmer swimming beaches (OK snorkeling too), near everything--a couple good restaurants right down the beach, grocery store a minute away, more restaurants and the surfing and snorkeling beaches Rincon is famous for minutes away. Harry and Lisa even have beach chairs and umbrella's for guests to borrow.

    My only reluctance in writing this review is that I hate to give away this wonderful secret!!! Go there--but don't tell anyone else about it!

    Bueno!

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    Stayed at Tre Sirenas for 7 days,It was like having your own home. We staid in the 2 bedroom apt ,Nice new decore, great kitchen and bedrooms,the only draw back was one bathroom.Outside you're right on the ocean,great swiming,the pool is small but terrific.The owners Harry and Lisa were fun, in fact one night Harry bought a big fish and invited us as well as some other guest to dinner,Nice,Youre a ten minute car ride from some great beaches{Playa Escalara}and some small restaurants, Rincon is a rural part of Puerto Rico so there is no hustle or bustle,some funky bars but not much else.Since Jet Blue flies to Aquadilla ,I dont think you need to go ant farther if your looking for great beaches and to cool out

    TripAdvisor Reviews Tres Sirenas Beach Inn Rincon

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