Villa Montana Beach Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Finding a solid value stay isn't always easy, but Puerto Rico is home to some of our favorites. Check them out here: The Villa Montana is a well-maintained, low-key property in the northwest corner of Puerto Rico. The rooms and villas are somewhat sparsely decorated, but decidedly nice with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, comfortable bedding and large patios or balconies. There's plenty of surrounding nature, attractive outdoor pools, and a gorgeous secluded private beach on this 30-acre property.

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 Finding a solid value stay isn't always easy, but Puerto Rico is home to some of our favorites. Check them out here:
The Villa Montana is a well-maintained, low-key property in the northwest corner of Puerto Rico. The rooms and villas are somewhat sparsely decorated, but decidedly nice with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, comfortable bedding and large patios or balconies. There's plenty of surrounding nature, attractive outdoor pools, and a gorgeous secluded private beach on this 30-acre property.
Finding a solid value stay isn't always easy, but Puerto Rico is home to some of our favorites. Check them out here:
The Villa Montana is a well-maintained, low-key property in the northwest corner of Puerto Rico. The rooms and villas are somewhat sparsely decorated, but decidedly nice with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, comfortable bedding and large patios or balconies. There's plenty of surrounding nature, attractive outdoor pools, and a gorgeous secluded private beach on this 30-acre property. vThe 80-room Water Club is a mid-range option in San Juan. It has all of the beach vacation essentials: a location almost right on the beach (you have to take a small pathway by the parking lot), two on-site restaurants, a rooftop pool, and bright rooms. However, all of the amenities are pretty mediocre. The pool and fitness center are both very small, the rooms are contemporary but sparse, with just a blue accent wall and little furniture, and there is no full spa (although beachside and in-room massages are available). Nonetheless, the hotel provides a solid value and rooms have quality amenities, including flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, and coffeemakers. The 184-room Doubletree by Hilton is one of the top hotels for its price in Condado. Though not directly on the beach, the hotel is a short walk from the sand and features a tropical-themed pool area. Rooms are large, with mini-fridges and microwaves, and the decor throughout the hotel is sleek and modern. The draw of SOFO CasaBlanca Hotel is its location -- right in the middle of historic Old San Juan, near countless restaurants, nightclubs, and shops. But once you get past the funky, chic decor of the lobby, the hallways are worn and musty, and the rooms -- despite the cute, eclectic decor -- are on the small side, with thin walls, tiny bathrooms (that have temperamental water pressure and temperature), and little light. Perks like free breakfast and Internet add value. The 118 rooms at the Fajardo Inn aren't anything special, but they're spacious and clean. If you're looking for flat-screen TVs and plush linens, you won't find them, but you will find large beds (unfortunately adorned in tacky, dated bedspreads) and decent views. On a positive note, the well-kept grounds are dotted with various trees, green plants, and flowers, the free-form pool is attractive, and rates are affordable (especially when compared to the nearby luxury hotels). This charming boutique hotel on a quiet side street in Old San Juan might make you feel like you've stepped back in time. Each of the eight rooms is furnished differently, but all share comfortable beds, high ceilings, antique furniture, ornate light fixtures, and direct access to a sunny courtyard. In the common areas, the old-world decor blends with quirky, eclectic modern accents, like zebra-print chairs and bright oil paintings. But while the location in Old San Juan helps make this a romantic spot, the hotel lacks a pool and a full-service staff, and it's a 10-minute drive to the beach. Owned by the same couple for decades, the historic Gallery Inn is run like an informal B&B -- guests are greeted by name, much of what the restaurant serves is grown in the garden, and no two rooms are the same (though they do share lots of Spanish-style charm). Also like a B&B, the hotel lacks amenities such as TVs and a fitness center. The property's main draws include the convenient Old San Juan location, ocean views from the wine deck, and the artsy, laid-back feel. The innkeepers are both artists, and it's evident they put thought into every detail of the restoration -- expect beautiful old-world details like brick floors, wood beam ceilings, rich rugs, sculptures, and antique knickknacks. This mid-range hotel is nothing like the nearby luxury properties in ritzy Isla Verde, but it's a block from a sandy beach, and has 222 bright rooms, some with pool views and small balconies. The contemporary decor is nothing special, with plain wooden furniture and muted colors, but all rooms come with iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. Property highlights include the three solid restaurants and wine bar with daily tastings, a nice pool area with a water play feature for kids, and an airy fitness center overlooking the rooftop terrace. Hotel Miramar has large (if plain) rooms with mini-fridges and microwaves, as well as free Wi-Fi and a (limited) free breakfast. It's a 15-minute walk to both Condado Beach and the Puerto Rico Convention Center, but the hotel is in a less touristy area on a traffic-heavy street. Many leisure travelers will prefer either to stay in charming Old San Juan, or closer to the sand in Condado.
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