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3BR Loiza Penthouse Condo w/Tropical Views!

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3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 5 minutes

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$211

Aquatika Best Location Right on the Beach!

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3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$235

Loiza Aquatika Condo w/ Access to 5 Pools & Beach!

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Responds fast! avg. 5 minutes

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$178

Aquatika Best Spot-In Front Of Water Park & Beach

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“Excellent facilities and well furnished/clean apartments.” Aquatika is a safe, gated community that has many fun activities in and within itself including a private beach, several swimming pools and a mini golf course. The apartment itself was very well furnished and complete with entertainment systems to cloths and linens. Apartments were also very clean and family friendly. The only downside was that it is relatively far from attractions like San Juan and the Fajardo Ferry Terminal. Otherwise, great experience overall.

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$237

AQUATIKA PARADISE

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3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$221

Amazing location Beach apartment in Loiza

Loiza apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$178

Aquatika - Popular 3BR Penthouse Condo with Upgrades- Must see!

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3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“Can't Wait To Come Back!” All of my visits here are consistently fantastic, and just getting home from our fourth group trip I can say that they keep getting even better. I love looking forward to my favorites things (water slide, hearing the coquís) and enjoying fresh aspects, like the new canopy on the private rooftop. What I really love about this place is that it's the perfect combination of vacation elements and location, location, location! You can get away from everything yet still be close to the airport and modern grocery stores; just stare at the sunny ocean for hours and then turn around and use the Internet and large screen televisions; swim in countless pools, walk in a rainforest, tour a historic fort, and buy designer clothes all in the same day. And the fact that this place is so large, clean, safe, and hassle-free makes it the perfect spot for our whole group to call "home". Thanks for everything and I'm counting down to our next stay . . .

Responds fast! avg. 19 minutes

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$166

Aquatika Best Location ! First Floor, Free High Speed Internet.

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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$219

Beachfront Complex Aquatika PH with Private Terrace

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“An amazing and relax time.” We as a family love the time that we had in the villas at Aquatika. The place was beautiful, very clean and manicured. The owner was available to us at anytime. We would definitely do Aquatika again.

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 22 minutes

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$176

Beautiful! Beachfront Penthouse in Puerto Rico

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3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 49 minutes

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$114

Elegant and sunny beach apartment. Plus it was recently remodeled!

Loiza apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Clean apartment in safe area, lovely hosts, beautiful beach, convenient to all area attractions” I stayed here Thanksgiving week 2014 with my husband and 3 children: 12, 14, and 16. We had the most wonderful experience and would gladly return. I am happy to recommend it to you. Everything you read in the other reviews about the hosts, Kevin and Madelin, is true. They are incredibly friendly, responsive, and responsible people. I had corresponded with Madelin through FlipKey, but it was Kevin who met us at the car rental place and guided us to the apartment, which is situated about 25 minutes east of the airport in a small town called Loiza. As Kevin explained to me that first evening, there are 3 ways to get there, and during the course of our stay we tried all 3. The coastal road (the straightest shot from the airport) is best suited for daytime driving, especially if it is your first time in the area, but it became my favorite way to get to and from San Juan. Anyway, Kevin was great about showing us the apartment that first evening, telling us how everything worked, giving us some helpful tips, then leaving us to explore on our own. We were pleased to see that groceries, including milk, juice, bread, cheese, and ham had been provided for us. It made us feel very welcome! For the remainder of the trip, they remained very easy to communicate with, responding to texts immediately. That meant a lot to me. About the apartment: It is very modern and immaculately clean. Everything we needed that week was there: cooking implements, sheets, towels, beach paraphernalia, detergents. It felt very comfortable and convenient. The place is not big, but felt perfect for our family of 5. There are two balconies and when you keep their sliding doors open, you get a nice cross breeze in the apartment and can enjoy the sounds of the surrounding nature in the evening. We did not need to turn on the air conditioning a single time. The apartment is in a fairly extensive, gated condo complex, which was quite empty of others for the week that we were there. The apartments seem mostly owned by folks who live in the city and who either rent them or use them on the weekends. (Things were a little livelier there on the weekend, we noticed). It felt a little strange to be there (almost) by ourselves, but it was something we quickly got used to and enjoyed. It was quiet! And it felt very safe, which I came to appreciate as well. The guards and other staff of the condo complex were friendly and helpful. There was plenty of parking, too. Now for the best thing: the beach! The apartment complex has its own stretch of beach which was beautiful and very clean. We hung out there for several hours every day. The tide was high most of the times we were there (low tides were 7pm and 5 am or so), and the waves were quite high. Good for romping, but not dangerous. The water was warm and clean. Sand was very soft. And the views were truly lovely. The apartment was a good choice for the beach alone. A note: you need a key to get to the beach, as well as to the pools on the property. You do need to keep an eye on that key! The guards come around and close the gates if they see them standing open. It was explained to us that it wasn't safe to leave the beach gate open for outsiders to wander in. Indeed, one evening we "lost" a pair of shoes on the beach to someone who apparently needed them more than we did. We had come to Puerto Rico with the idea of exploring, and we did! The apartment was perfectly located for this. The rainforest is really close, and so are the ferries to Culebra and Vieques. We went to Viequies for the day one day, taking the car on the ferry. Keep in mind that a spot on the ferries needs to be reserved ahead of time, so call as soon as you know when and where you want to go. We made our reservation the night before, and were told we were lucky because they sell out. San Juan (incl. the charming Old San Juan) is very close as well. One day we made a rather ill-fated trip to the West Coast We did not have a proper map, and kept getting lost. Then the kids got hungry. Then we got lost again. And again. By the time we got to Rincon it was almost evening. Moral of the story: buy a map before you come to PR. There are no maps to be bought anywhere, only simplistic maps that you can get for free, but no real, geographically accurate maps to be found. Or do as modern man does, travel with a GPS. We did not. Back to the apartment: There are some Western style supermarkets if you go east on the coastal road (128), then onto route 3. But there are some small local grocery stores if you go in the opposite direction, toward San Juan, including fruit and vegetable stands on the side of the road. I wish I had discovered those sooner. On the whole: would I do this again? Yes, and I hope I will one day. Would I recommend it to a friend? YES? To an enemy: NO! This is too nice for my enemies. Thank you again, Kevin and Madelin, for lending us your lovely apartment!

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 56 minutes

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$120

Just Remodeled! Second Floor Apt.

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$187

Loiza Condo w/Pvt Balcony & Beachfront Amenities!

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 5 minutes

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$208

Sandy Cove

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 37 minutes

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$120

Pristine Beach - Resort Experience

Loiza apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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$243

Starlight

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 37 minutes

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$132

Aquatika Beach Condo! 1st Floor Beach Front Apt

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$160

Tranquil Resort with Beach Access, Free Wifi, Parking & Amenities!

Loiza condo

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$89

Perfect Apartment for Famalies and Relaxation

Loiza apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

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$109

PWER IS BACK! 3/2 Condo Beachfront Community 3 Pools 14 miles E of SJU

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Equipped with everything we needed!!!” This was a very comfortable condo for the four of us. It had everything we needed: fast Wi-Fi connection to research our sightseeing trips; full kitchen to make breakfast in the morning; free parking for our car after returning fro out adventure trips; quiet clean pool to relax in the evenings and a nice beach just steps away.

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$149

Luxury Beachfront Garden Villa near of San Juan - 1st Floor

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 49 minutes

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$114

Ocean View Beach Luxury at Malibu Beach Resort 15 m from SJU Airport

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 34 minutes

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$119

Real Beach Front Penthouse at Malibu Beach Front 15 m from SJU airport

Loiza apartment

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 34 minutes

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$224

Aquatika 7402 Ocean view!!!

Loiza condo

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“Awsome” Awsomemy wife and I and another cpl we brought stay at this resort in 2015 and we stayed the year before we stay there also and we would pay twice of what they ask for rental there's no better spot on the whole island very good location and staff .

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$210

Aquatika Beachfront 1,2 or3 bedroom.

Loiza apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$219

Aquatika 7302 Ocean View!

Loiza condo

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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$210

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Trujillo Alto apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 8

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$89

Ashford Imperial 2301 Elegant Suite

San Juan condo

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 3

“Very clean apartment and convenient location to shopping and restaurants” The view was amazing from 23rd floor and people were very friendly and helpful in the building which had security entrance and staff on duty 24/7. Great places to eat all meals and shopping boutiques nearby. Loved the location!

Responds fast! avg. 50 minutes

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$141

Casa Los Cummins, Condado - Queen Room I

San Juan b&b

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

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$137

Amazing ocean view & beach access apartment condo

Rio Grande apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

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$222

Tulum - 1BD/1BR steps away from Ocean Park & Loiza

San Juan apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

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$79

Waterfront studio at Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Fajardo apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

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$117

Isla Verde- Puerto Rico- Oceanside Condo.

Isla Verde apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“No Car Rental Needed” I went with my daughter for easter vacation. The apt. is very clean and accessible to everything including the beach. Gabe always answered all my phone calls, he is a very sweet person and very helpful and a great phone tour guide. I felt like I was at home. The place has security which I loved. My seven year old daughter loved using the pool and being able to go to the beach. I did not rent a car with my daughter, we took the bus or crossed the street and took taxis. I am definitely going back and staying at Gabe's condo.

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$138

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$50

JamRican II Private Island Retreat

Fajardo condo

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

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$177

Tropical Oasis 4

Isla Verde condo

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

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$148

Ocean view apartment 3 bed, 2 bath with power, water and wifi!

Ceiba apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$117

Tropical Delightful Guest Studio

Canovanas studio

Studio / 1 bathroom / sleeps 1

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$56

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About Loiza

Once a Taíno Indian village, the area was named after Loíza, the female cacique (chief) who ruled over it.

Today Loíza is known for its African-influenced music, dance, art and food. For vacation accommodation in Loíza, visit FlipKey where you will find options to suit all budgets.

About Loiza, Puerto Rico

Located on Puerto Rico’s northeast coast, Loíza is a small town spread over five wards with a population of 30,000.

Following the arrival of Spanish conquistadors in 1508, led by Ponce de Leon, the indigenous Taino Indians were decimated either by disease and hard labor. This forced the Spanish to import slaves from Africa to work in the sugarcane fields.

Two hundred years later, the area had become a safe haven for escaped slaves, and in 1709 had a population large enough to be considered a town.

Today, Loíza is known throughout Puerto Rico for its high proportion of artists and dancers. The town is also the center of traditional Puerto Rican music called “La Bomba” that has dancers moving to the sound of drums.

Locals celebrate the Festival of St James by wearing brightly colored masks—called Máscaras de Vejigante—made from coconuts. See if you can catch this amazing spectacle during your stay!

What to do in Loiza, Puerto Rico

Only a 30-minute taxi ride from Puerto Rico’s capital San Juan, Loíza is a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. It's also a great spot to find authentic handcrafted souvenirs.

Nearby you can visit the Maria de la Cruz Cave, where archaeologists discovered pre-Columbian artifacts belonging to the Taino people. If you're interested in history, you'll see all of the findings from the cave on display in the museum of the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

For water sports and lazy days at the beach, head east out of town and make use of the resort facilities at either the Bahia Beach, Coco Beach or Gran Melia resorts.

In San Juan, visit the Museo de las Américas, Fuerte San Cristóbal and the star of the Old Town, El Morro, said to be oldest Spanish fort in the New World.

Top travel tips for Loiza

The best time to visit Loíza is during the dry months from mid-December through mid-April.

Despite being a U.S. territory, and using the American dollar as its currency, not everyone speaks English. Learning a few greetings and phrases will go a long way in helping you have a great time in Puerto Rico.

The island has a reputation of being dangerous for tourists, but it’s no worse than any American city. You won’t find public transportation very reliable, so we recommend either renting a car or using taxis.

For a touch of African inspired food and culture, Loíza is an interesting destination that's close to all the action of the El San Juan casino and the beauty and charm or the Old Town. For all your accommodation needs, visit FlipKey where you are sure to find the ideal rental property for your vacation.

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Beachfront Complex Aquatika PH with Private Terrace
Paradise

The villa was clean and decorated beautifully. The neighbors were warm and friendly, property was very well maintained and secure. The condo was full of maps and brochures of local ideas. We had a wonderful and comfortable stay there. Thank you … see more
Elegant and sunny beach apartment. Plus it was recently remodeled!
Skip the resorts

Stayed in resort first time in PR, don't bother. Second time we got this condo, very affordable, 90 second walk to the sand, private beach, security, and 2 pools. Great place to stay. … see more
Luxury Beachfront Garden Villa near of San Juan - 1st Floor
Excellent beach rental, great host

What can I say? We lucked out and found a fantastic PR coastal rental! First and foremost: The gated community was very safe, as was the town of Loíza Aldea. I didn’t feel uncomfortable for one second, and we stayed there for five-six days, spending a lot of time exploring the town and its environs, and talking to people. The people of the town are amazing! I stayed in the villa with my parents, husband, and two young children. We rented a car from a car rental agency across from the SJ airport (Europcar – they’re great) and drove an easy 25 minutes from San Juan to Loíza, where Eduardo’s villa is located. On the way in, we passed a Walmart and an outlet mall, as well as many roadside stands (kioskos) selling fresh fruit and Puerto Rican cuisine. The villa itself is located in the Villas del Mar resort. The villa we stayed in was located on the first floor and was directly in front of one of the property’s gym, pools, and playground – perfect for a family with kids (although it doesn’t get very loud, so don’t let it deter you if you don’t have kids). The villa is gorgeous and very well-appointed, with comfy beds and linens. The private beach is a short walk through the property’s parking lot. There is another pool directly in front of the beach entrance, along with a bathroom and beach shower. The villa has three bedrooms and two baths, a laundry room (complete with muck sink), a full kitchen, two patios, as well as ceiling fans and AC units throughout. The owner also provides a beach cart with beach toys, cooler, umbrella, and beach towels. And Eduardo? You probably couldn’t find a kinder, more hospitable, or gracious host if you tried! He left the key for us with the front gate but came out twice (driving all the way from SJ!) when we had a minor problem with the fridge (which was easily and quickly resolved). He was very kind and attentive! What’s fun to do in the area: 1. The Villas del Mar community beach. We spent the 4th of July celebrando with resident and visiting puertorriqueños. 2. Checking out the horses and their riders in town. 3. Shopping for Vejigante masks at the roadside family-run art shop in the center of town. I’m so sorry that I didn’t spend more time getting to know the family that makes them. The masks are beautiful and very reasonably priced (much cheaper than in San Juan). Shop local! 4. Visiting the Loíza cave. 5. Seeing the beautiful church – one of the oldest in the Caribbean? 6. Beaches of Piñones to the north are beautiful. There are beaches with calm water for little kids. The drive itself along the shore was fun! 7. Kioskos of Loíza and Piñones are wonderful. My favorite: El Guariquiten (in Piñones). Try the bacalaitos, alcapurrias, & piña coladas! 8. Luquillo Beach and its kioskos. Just do it. You won’t regret it. Probably my favorite beach ever, and I’m a pretty well-traveled beach enthusiast. 9. Drive and adventure in El Yunque. As of July 2018, the entire park isn’t open, but drive through the section that’s open and explore the places to stop and swim/wade, which make the trip worthwhile. The temporary visitor center in downtown Palmer (?) has a great exhibit, good shopping, and kind people. 10. Admiring the local flora, especially the flamboyán tree. Gorgeous! My only regret is that we couldn’t be here for the town’s celebration at the end of July. Eduardo, we will return!see more
Aquatika Best Spot-In Front Of Water Park & Beach
BEST PLACE EVER!!!

When we arrived to Aquatika, I was shocked at how beautiful the place was. I was just HAPPY and EXCITED to be staying there. I am from Puerto Rico (living in Texas), so all the years I've visited back home I NEVER stayed at hotels or resorts or anything, I always stayed with my family - So seeing the place and how beautiful and comfortable and spacious it was and the views we had was totally amazing. We had a GREAT time and truly enjoyed every single moment of it. Alonso was awesome to work with as well. He made the process really easy for us to get the paperwork necessary for the rental and pay our deposits. All in all it was TOTALLY rewarding and a wonderful experience. #twothumbsup!see more
Aquatika - Popular 3BR Penthouse Condo with Upgrades- Must see!
The comfort of home while on vacation

Thank you Jeff and JC for a wonderful week. We felt welcome from the time we landed and JC showed us to a grocery store and then to the condo. The condo and the grounds were beautiful and well kept. The condo had everything needed to be comfortable for the week. There were even chip clips and plastic food containers for storage. The best part of the condo was the top floor patio. We ate breakfast on the patio every morning. We loved that the condo was outside of the main tourist area, and central to many of activities.see more
Pristine Beach - Resort Experience
Nice complex, great pools, right on the beach

Nice, clean apartment with plenty of sleeping space. Well stocked kitchen, and nice patio for breakfast outdoors or just chilling. Easy access to San Juan, the rain forest and Fajardo. We had a great time and the owner, Angelique was very helpful and responsive. … see more

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