Hotel Treasure Island

Address: Carr. 172 Interior Kilometer 13.5, Cidra, 00739, Puerto Rico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carr. 172 Interior Kilometer 13.5, Cidra.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Treasure Island Cidra

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Cidra

Puerto Rico and Prince Royce!

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Nov 28, 2014

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... because they were deep fried I wouldn't order them again. There were giant fish under the restaurant and we threw ice down to them and when they ate it you could see how big their mouths were. I could have put my whole fist in there. After lunch we followed the coast down to Cabo Rojo and the light house. Cabo Rojo were some red lakes similar to the ones we have seen in Colombia and Galapogos where the flamingoes usually live. There were no flamingoes at this time of year ...

Dining terms

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 19, 2014

... Lasagne — Broad, flat noodles, usually baked with meat, cheese and tomato sauce Linguine — Flat noodles, wider than spaghetti, but narrower than fettuccine Maccheroni — elbow-shaped tubes, also called macaroni Orecchiette — small shells Pappardelle — broad, long noodles Penne — short pasta tubes Ravioli — pillows of pasta, usually stuffed with cheese, meat, or vegetables Rigatoni — short, large tubes ...

Fort Fun in San Juan

A travel blog entry by zolina on Dec 19, 2013

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  • There’s no bar in the front of the ship. All the other ships we’ve been on have had a bar in the front of the ship, on one of the upper decks, with floor to ceiling windows. We’ve always enjoyed hanging out there, because of the view. But this boat didn’t have one.

Not to say we’ve had a bad time. It’s been really fun. There’s just a lot of things that we like about cruising that have been ...

Salsa in Old San Juan

A travel blog entry by raniroo on Nov 02, 2013

... it is roasted on site . It had an amazing smooth soft caramel chocolate undernote (oh do I sound like a conseisueer? Not really but it was fantastic) - tip from the locals have it with brown sugar! This just wasn’t a food tour, it included history and architecture of Old San Juan. We say the narrowest house in the world, San Cristobel Church (which isn’t open very often) and a mask shop (many used in carnivals). Our ...

Catching plane to Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by preciousclaudio on May 17, 2013

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... in Atlanta, GA. I have to wait a full hour and 10 minutes before I can board again to finish my flight.

I just landed in Puerto Rico. It is now 10:45 and I cant wait to get to my hotel and go to bed.

The hotel is pretty nice, I guess. It hads a pool, so it makes it worth the while.