The Beach House Hotel

Address: 4851 Ave Isla Verde, Isla Verde, Carolina, Puerto Rico, 00979, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown/City center area of Isla Verde, is near Legends of San Juan, La Coca Falls, Torre Britton, and Christopher Columbus Statue.
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      Travel Blogs from Isla Verde

      Puerto Rico and Prince Royce!

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Nov 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... A cheer up bag because we found nothing else. Back at the hostel we met Callum, a guy with a car, who was doing a drive around the island and invited us to go with him. We accepted of course. So the next morning we got up early and headed off with Callum to explore the island. We began with a wrong turn off the freeway and ended up in Aricebo, the home of the worlds largest stationary satellite dish. As seen in the movies Golden Eye and Contact. We started in ...

      Visit to El Yunque National Forest

      A travel blog entry by nclujan on Feb 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... A man made pool that was used as a pool until 1976. The man at the visitor center who sold the coqui whistle to the kids made the wistle. He told me he was 90 years old, Puerto Rican native and was in North Carolina, Germany, and Japan when he served during WWII. We ended the day visiting with the Dysons at Carolina Beach and at their hotel pool. The happy hour was enjoyed by the adults and the pool enjoyed by the ...

      Vamos a bailar

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Oct 28, 2013

      ... this"You drive the car, that's enough. Now let me drive something."
      Ok.Vroom Vrooooooom. And into the forest we went. Me holding on to my camera, and helmet. My sister racking through the forest mercilessly body slamming the ATV into mud poos and wrestling it through low branches. Muddy shoes, bug in the nose and a lot of noise later, we found ourselves in the heart of the forest with breath taking views of the rest of the forest, iguanas and even passion ...

      Tough morning, easy afternoon

      A travel blog entry by blakes on May 21, 2013

      19 photos

      ... down the rock disappears and you are dangling in mid air by a damn rope! By the time my feet touch ground I am shaking but truly happy at my accomplishment. Cross another off the bucket list. Randy comes next and I tell myself he has learned by my excellent example. He is able to turn for pictures and lands on both feet without any mishaps.

      We take some pictures in the cave and in the jungle and hike back to the 8x8's. On ...


      A travel blog entry by marqual on Mar 11, 2013

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      ... a couple miles to check out the Hilton. Apparently, the daiquiri was invented there. Next, I was headed across a bridge to Condanado where I was planning to have lunch, but I saw something large in the water. A family was looking at it and told me it was a manatee. Not only was there one manatee, but there were three! It might have been a family - two larger and a smaller manatee. ...