Hotels in Vieques
Hotels in Vieques run the gamut from big international chains to world-class resorts to small, independently run haciendas. For the purposes of this guide, we’ll focus on hotels you can book online, with the caveat that if you’re a traveler on a budget - one who values saving a buck over having dependable hot water, for example - it may be worth it to look off the beaten path.
On the short list of the best hotels in Vieques: The W Retreat and Spa. For the ultimate in pampered island luxury, look no further than the W. The international chain’s Vieques outpost boasts a spa, on-site restaurants and cafés, and plenty of island views. If you’re looking to splurge on your accommodations, then this is the hotel for you.
The SeaGate Hotel is on the opposite end of the Vieques hotels spectrum. This small, independently run hostel boasts that it is pet-friendly, child-friendly, and budget-friendly. The SeaGate has been in operation for 30 years and offers visitors a more “local” experience than its big, international-class competitors. Take a horse ride into the hills in the morning, and follow that up with an afternoon spent on the beach.
Malecón House is a mid-size inn perfect for travelers who want the luxury hotel experience in a more low-key setting. While most Vieques hotels do one or the other, the Malecón House manages to be both luxurious and idiosyncratic. Be sure to book well in advance, due to the small number of rooms.
Book this Modernist glass-walled villa that sleeps four and has L.A.-style touches—like a pool connected to a gym.
Perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean, this 10-room inn in Vieques has Mediterranean architecture and island-inspired, plantation-style décor, including brightly painted walls and four poster beds.
The Dacha, meaning country house in Russian, is an exclusive, five bedroom, four-and-a-half bath rental home perched on a cliff in Vieques.
Vieques's first design hotel, this superchic beachfront, adults-only property draws the same crowds who flock to the latest André Balazs and Ian Schrager properties.
Formerly Wyndham Martineau Bay
The W’s first Caribbean foray elevated the area’s design factor, thanks to the whimsical Technicolor space created by Spanish superstar Patricia Urquiola.
With its 13 highly stylized, all-concrete (yes, concrete) rooms that seem to have sprung from the surrounding woodland, this hotel is a world away from most other lodgings in Puerto Rico.