À propos de ce logement
The Vieques Guesthouse is a short, 3-minute walk to the waterfront Malecon in Esperanza, where many restaurants, bars, and shops are located. Enjoy live music on the weekends and during festivals, and walk to beaches - no rental car necessary.
The Vieques Guesthouse strives to provide a uniquely laid-back experience for our guests. We welcome guests from every walk of life with open arms. T-shirts, shorts, swimsuits, and flip-flops are the the standard garb on the island, so pack light.
We have a large roof top deck with expansive views of the Caribbean sea for all of our guests to enjoy. The second and third floors also have great views from their balconies. There is also a gazebo with a grill on the main floor where you can watch the horses stroll by.
Our property has four different room types. Rates (including all taxes and fees) are below:
LOW SEASON - May 1-Oct. 31st
HIGH SEASON - Nov. 1st-Apr. 30th
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS - December 18th, 2016-January 9th, 2017
Room with one queen bed for up to two people:
Low season - $87/night
High season - $109/night
Christmas/New Years - $136/night
Room with two double beds for up to four people:
Low season - $114/night
High season - $147/night
Christmas/New Years - $158/night
Room with one queen bed and a full/twin bunk bed for up to five people:
Low season - $131/night
High season - $169/night
Christmas/New Years - $191/night
2-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen for up to six people. One bedroom has a queen bed, the other has two doubles:
Low season - $191/night
High season - $218/night
Christmas/New Years - $240/night
Accès des voyageurs
We proudly offer one of the few handicap-accessible rooms on Vieques. We offer rooms for every type of traveler, ranging from single bed, to family style with multiple beds, to a 2 bedroom apartment with a full kitchen, dining area, and living room.
Every room has its own private bathroom and shower, air conditioning, refrigerator, and microwave.
We have a small parking lot in front of the building and a large lot across the street.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will greet you with directions to the best beaches, restaurants, bars, tour companies, and sights so you can maximize your stay with us. We are available to answer any questions you have and will be respectful of your privacy during your stay.
We are located in a residential area. The neighbors are all friendly and quiet.
Once you walk to the Malecón you'll have your choice of a number of great restaurants and bars.
Check our website for information on how to get to us from the ferry or airport via taxi or "publico." If you choose to rent a vehicle, book it well in advance. There are a limited number of rental cars on the island, and they frequently sell out. Once you are in Esperanza, your need for a rental car will be minimal, but it is essential for exploring the whole island.
We now offer the island's only electric bicycles for rent! You can easily see all that Vieques has to offer, as the bikes will help you to navigate the island's hills and terrain. Guests from ages 20-80 have been able to explore the farthest reaches of Vieques with ease on these bicycles!
We bought this guesthouse in July of 2015. It has a few cosmetic issues like outdated tile and mismatched fixtures but is clean and safe (look at the photos, we have nothing to hide). We are working to make it one of the best places on Vieques but we are not the "W". Come join us as we start this adventure and watch us evolve.
As of July 2016 we have replaced all of our air conditioning units with new, high efficiency units in every bedroom.
We also offer the only electric bike rentals on Vieques. These bikes take about half of the work out of the pedaling, making them a fun, affordable, and easy way to see the entire island.
We are a short walk to the festivities on the Malecón but are far enough away that late night revelry won't disturb our guests. Please be conscience of guests who turned in early when enjoying the guesthouse in the evening.
We allow smoking on the rooftop patio and gazebo, but, by law, not in the rooms or on the balconies.
Steve and Niki Kult, the present owners, fell in love with Vieques on their first trip to the island. They saw the potential for a new life and decided to sell their newly remodeled dream house in Nebraska along with most of their worldly possessions in order to pursue the, "Lets move to an island," fantasy.