This hotel in Sosua has the best location for overlooking Sousa beach. Watching the crashing waves is amazing. The hotel has charm, history and class in its day. Its is a bit tired but Claudio and his staff is working hard to make it better every day. Fabiola, the receptionist ,speaks good English and is there to offer her assistance to any question or concerns. The on site restaurant is reasonable and the drinks are affordable. The staircase is gorgeous, and if you are on the upper floors, beware, there is no elevator. Think of it as being a free day from the gym. The location of this place is fantastic. It is close to downtown, yet far enough from the hussle and bustle of that you dont see or hear anything. The property hosts 2 pools and are kept clean daily. There is little to no shade so mornings and late afternoon is the best time for swimming. Management is aware of the need for shade umbrellas. We enjoyed our time here and would definitely book to stay again.…
My partner and I had a great stay at the Piergiorgio Hotel in Sosua. The staff and the location were perfect for us and we would definately return. The hotel is family run and they really made an effort to make us feel welcome, and at home. The food including breakfast is fabulous and well priced and the views and location were stunning.
The Sea view of the hotel, the location of the property and courtesy of its staff is excellent. The property is old and needs to be upgraded. Cleanliness outside could also be better. The description on the website is not exactly what you will experience at the property. You might have one item and not the other. There are no irons, coffee makers etc. You could have the AC working and not the TV. The staff and the views kind of help overcome it though.
Outstanding location with beautiful views, regrettably they re-opened without being ready: we had no running water, the door to the room did not lock; after an hour the management advised that we had 30 minutes to take a shower, because the water pump had to be repaired; finally we had no electricity, so I decided to check out; the front desk was very friendly and gave me a full refund. Could be a wonderful place because of it's unique location.
Evidently hard hit by Hurricane Maria, there is tape across the entry driveway with ‘cerrado’ closed in Spanish. Not sure why it is still included in TA listings as locals tell us it has been closed fir months and is seeking investors to rebuild and reopen, maybe someday.