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The staff was super helpful in navigating our stay on beautify Vieques! Great location for the attractions of the island. Great snorkeling right outside! Room was perfect for a short excursion off the mainland of Puerto Rico!
Hi - I'm a solo traveler, stayed at Malecon for four nights this week. First time traveler to Vieques. I desparately needed some R&R and found everything I needed at Malecon House and Vieques island. Don't waste time researching other lodging. Read this review, look...More
Beautiful little hotel right on the water in Esperanza, had a great time. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful, quickly provided us with answers to any questions or anything we needed. Highly recommend.
Outstanding "Hotel." I would venture to say: The Best place to stay on the entire island.
The hosts (Hayley & Lenny) were knowledgeable and went out of their way numerous times
to satisfy our whims. Our room was spotless...inviting and we had a great balcony/room...More
We just celebrated our 15th anniversary in Puerto Rico and stayed 3 nights at the Malecon House. This was the perfect spot in Vieques and the best decision of our trip. We loved the local horses, dogs and chickens that peacefully wander the island. But...More
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Response from ViequesPom, Front Office Manager at Malecon HouseResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for sharing your trip details and photos of Vieques. We are so happy to hear you enjoyed your stay at the Malecon House and felt at home. We hope to see you again on a future trip!
The recipient of TripAdvisor's 2015 Excellence Hall of Fame Award, Malecon House is a 13-room inn situated on the Malecon, a fun, picturesque Caribbean seaside boardwalk in the charming village of Esperanza, …MoreVieques, Puerto Rico. Stroll to interesting beach bars, a variety of restaurants, boutiques and exciting island-style activities. Close by, enjoy fine dining, upscale shopping, funky exotic nightlife, exhilarating ocean sports and beaches of unmatched natural beauty. Or enjoy peaceful seaside relaxation in the hotel’s beautiful gardens and oasis pool. The bioluminescent bay tours pick up right down the street where you can also rent snorkel gear, kayaks and jet skis. Free onsite parking though a car is not essential. We offer a complimentary continental breakfast on our sea view terrace where you can savor Puerto Rican coffee, tea, cereal, fresh fruit and homemade muffins. Less
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Agree with recent reviewer even though we were there back in April. The beach directly in front of the hotel wasn't so great but easy to drive to nicer ones & fact that Malecon provides beach chairs, umbrella & cooler you... More
Agree with recent reviewer even though we were there back in April. The beach directly in front of the hotel wasn't so great but easy to drive to nicer ones & fact that Malecon provides beach chairs, umbrella & cooler you can take with you is a really nice amenity we wish we had while on Culebra island more recently.
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You can fiy or take the ferry from Fajardo to Vieques. Flying is faster and gernally less hectic. You can look at flights with Cape Air or Seaborne airlines. The ferry is more economical but it can run late and locals are... More
You can fiy or take the ferry from Fajardo to Vieques. Flying is faster and gernally less hectic. You can look at flights with Cape Air or Seaborne airlines. The ferry is more economical but it can run late and locals are given priority.