Stayed here with my two daughters. Hotel is located on a cliff above the Atlantic and Sosua Bay and has amazing views. The sunsets were absolutely stunning (see pictures). There are outdoor terraces above the water and a couple of outdoor pools, which were nice and clean. The building exudes historic charm, but the rooms and exterior need updating. The mattresses were very firm. Much too firm for my liking. However, I wore myself out enough exploring each day that I slept fine. Our room rate included an excellent breakfast complete with fresh fruit, bread, pastries, juice, coffee, and eggs made to order, including omelets. The room had a safe available for a daily charge. This was the only hotel out of three on our trip that charged extra to use the safe. Not sure why they cannot provide the safe with the room rate. The TV worked fine, but was outdated and did not have a remote, not that we spent much time watching TV anyway. Overall, I liked the hotel and probably would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A dream realized by Italian fashion designer, Piergiorgio, this white clapboard inn has a wrap-around verandah adorned with ornamental gingerbread, characteristic of Sosua's glory days in the Victorian era. The front entrance replicates a gazebo and faces a dramatic marble staircase that ascends to the third-floor, Italianate penthouses with expansive sundecks. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Piergiorgio Palace