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Just before the entrance to the rain forest, a non-assuming, hidden entrance leads you through a barely visible door in a vine covered wall. Patios with multi-leveled sitting areas and 3 charming guest rooms spread out through private flora and fauna filled walkways will delight...More
I took my friend to celebrate her 69th birthday and we were thrilled with our stay at Casa Flamboyant. I loved everything...from the pink color of the beautiful house with the wrap around balcony to the pretty, manicured landscaping. We stayed in the Rainbow room,...More
My husband & I stayed here for 3 nights first week of April and celebrated our 32nd anniversary here. We cannot say enough good things about this place. The drive up is a winding rain forest road (beautiful views) and then you walk thru the...More
We were fortunate enough to travel to Casa Flamboyant for our 3rd visit this past weekend. It is a magical, relaxing place that rejuvenates the soul. We now consider Ricky, Florin and Obi extended family but the kind you like tk be around. The only...More
My husband and I relished our stay at Casa Flamboyant, a jewel of a B&B in a pristine rainforest location. From the moment I arrived, I felt more relaxed than I have felt in a long time, as hosts Ricky and Florin were supremely kind...More
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Our first night at Casa we ate at Mountain View. It's a local hangout (extremely casual) just down the road from Casa and was very good. We ate at El Makito in Naguabo the second night which was also good and it was great... More
Our first night at Casa we ate at Mountain View. It's a local hangout (extremely casual) just down the road from Casa and was very good. We ate at El Makito in Naguabo the second night which was also good and it was great exploring a town that's really not on the typical tourist's path (in my opinion). We took two hikes, one that was very steep and somewhat difficult for us 40-somethings that aren't in the greatest shape. The second hike was up the road to El Yunque National Park proper where the road is closed to traffic. No matter if you cook your own dinner at Casa, go down the road or into town to eat, or decide to hike or not, you will absolutely LOVE your stay at Casa Flamboyant!! Ricky and Florin are amazing hosts and the property itself is spectacular!!
Hello. All rooms have a ceiling fan if you feel you need extra air. We do not have AC. Due to our altitude there is always a nice breeze and on average we are about 10 degrees cooler than the weather in San Juan or Fajardo.