Guest Reviews of Hotel Kokomo

Hotel Kokomo

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Rosa I. Ricart Maya from Cabo Rojo, PR; August 2017:
'Tras una semana en el hotel, nos dimos cuenta de la calidad del servico de los empleados. David, Ivette y Felicita, fueron super atentos con nosotros. No solo trabajan en el hotel, sino que te hacen sentir en familia. Dios les bendiga siempre y exito en su hotel. Nos veremos pronto. '

Jose Aviles from Cabo Rojo, PR; August 2017:
'We had a wonderful time at the hotel. Very clean bethroom. David, Ivette and Felicita were very caind persons. We hrighly recomend this hotel. Five star service. We had first rate attention. We will be back.'

Jeniffer Velez from Lares, PR; July 2017:
'Nos encanto la estadia de Hotel Kokomo, bien accesible al Ferry y al pueblo! La cocina equipada con utensilios y bien espacioso el cuarto! Lo recomendamos! '

Lousif Nevarez from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico; July 2017:
'Precio muy alto para la calidad del hotel. El cuarto era muy pequeño, la cama muy dura y las almohadas no servían ya porque estaban planas y duras. Además el agua no salia caliente y el wifi no llegaba a mi cuarto. Parecía más un motel a precio de hotel. '

Lousif Nevarez from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico; July 2017:
'Precio muy alto para la calidad del hotel. El cuarto era muy pequeño, la cama muy dura y las almohadas no servían ya porque estaban planas y duras. Además el agua no salia caliente y el wifi no llegaba a mi cuarto. Parecía más un motel a precio de hotel. '

Maria Nieves from Hormigueros, Puert Rico; April 2017:
'Gracias Todo limpio , comodo , ascesible a todo y sobre todo economico La pasamos muy bien '

Andreas Ettlin from Thun, Switzerland; February 2017:
'The first room we had was not realy special, small, dark and a very small bed, for 2 persons, and not a cuple😜. But after we had both of the 2 appartments on the top. They were both realy nice, with the balcon and a realy nice view on the ocean. We realy enjoyed to stay there. This to appartaments I would recomend.'

Nicolas Rodriguez from Jacksonville, USA; January 2017:

James Bennertt from London, England; January 2017:
'This was a great little place in Dewey. Basic, but comfortable, clean and friendly. Hitel Kokomo is within easy reach of Playa Flamenco via a bus. It's above a cool little bar too where you can meet fun people and hear some great traveller's tales. Recommended for budget travellers worldwide. '

James Bennertt from London, England; January 2017:
'This was a great little place in Dewey. Basic, but comfortable, clean and friendly. Hitel Kokomo is within easy reach of Playa Flamenco via a bus. It's above a cool little bar too where you can meet fun people and hear some great traveller's tales. Recommended for budget travellers worldwide. '

James Bennertt from London, England; January 2017:
'This was a great little place in Dewey. Basic, but comfortable, clean and friendly. Hitel Kokomo is within easy reach of Playa Flamenco via a bus. It's above a cool little bar too where you can meet fun people and hear some great traveller's tales. Recommended for budget travellers worldwide. '

Lillian Garcia from Astoria, Queens, USA; January 2017:
'Enjoyed my stay at the Kokomo. The owner and staff are awesome. Will visit again. The hotel has the best view on the island. Can't wait until later on in the year to visit again.'

Kristi Miller from Dallas, USA; December 2016:
'I will not stay in this hotel again - save your money and find a better place! The rooms & bathrooms are outdated and tired, full of mosquitos, and it's VERY loud at night.'

Edwin Jimenez from Chicago, Usa; November 2016:
'Room was filthy, bed bug infestation, room was not cleaned once, other than that, cheap and great location. '

Yaires Exley from Springfield, GA, United States; September 2016:
'You get what you pay for people! This is one of the cheapest stays in Culebra for a reason. The manager made us wait over 30 mins to check in, meaning the bar and hotel were completely empty of personnel, no signs no nothing. When we got to the room, we found the door open (it didn't lock at all) and the room was so small the door couldn't open all the way. They upgraded us to a suite(?) for free but both the toilet and the shower didn't work... Two windows were messed up and a section of the ceiling was falling off! There was literally a hole on the ceiling and it was sagging down! Also, the overhead light didn't work and the color of the room was Bepto Bismol pink... PLEASE don't stay on the 3rd floor, the metal stairs are a heavy rain from disintegrating!!! Anyway, just warning unsuspecting tourists. If you don't mind all that and just want to sleep a few hours then it's a good location and the sheets were clean and soft, and no pests. :/'

Wildalie Lopez from Cidra, Puerto Rico; September 2016:
'Bueno para dormir una noche, buena ubicación. El aire muy pequeño para el espacio de la habitación. '

Anthony Cruciata from New York , USA ; August 2016:
'Location is great! Great stay for your money '

C Cruz from PONCE, Puerto Rico; August 2016:
'Hotel is clean. A/C works perfectly. Location is excellent If Hotel's management add a TV it would be great. '

Jonathan Hunt from Lew Beach, NY, USA; July 2016:
'As usual, had a great stay at Kokomo. David and his staff are great and I always love hanging out at the Sand Bar. I'll always stay at Kokomo on my Culebra visits. Thanks, see you again soon.'

Anthony Cruciata from New York , USA ; July 2016:
'Location is great! Great stay for your money '

ana perez from bayamon, puerto rico; July 2016:
'this hotel is very ugly well- dangerous stairs no ACCESS for people with disabilities, it is very difficult to climb cooler (beach) no have parking, the bathroom door is broken there are many cockroaches in the kitchen appliances do not serve only one stove burner , the dishes are disgusting , a guest room is not air , the sofa bed is dirty,the windows room are not closed 1 room with no air , the sun goes down very early because there are no curtains to cover it , in order awful'

Felix Laboy from Humacao, United States; July 2016:
'Cool place to stay,it's not a luxury hotel but is convenient because you jump from the ferry to it,also they're very friendly. I like last day they keep your luggage safety after you logout until you're ready to leave.'

BRENDA PEREZ from Norwich ,CT, USA; July 2016:

Ivette Ortiz from Carolina, Puerto Rico; June 2016:
'Todo excelente para disfrutar de Culebra habitacion limpia, buen precio, personas, diversion. Lo recomiendo.'

Valerie González from Isabela, Puerto rico; June 2016:
'Great spot, everyone was really nice. Close to everything, it has a big deck, clean bathrooms and comfortable bed. With free wifi and excellent Air conditioner. I highly recommend '

Brenda Valenches from Scranton Pennsylvania, United States; May 2016:
'Enjoyed our stay very much. Suite was very accomindating. I would definitely stay here again. The price was good. We had a great view. It made the steepness of the steps leading up to the room so worth it. '

Michelise Morales from Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; May 2016:
'Todo muy cómodo y limpieza impecable. Un trato excelente del personal sobre todo un precio inigualable. Lo recomiendo para personas que solo necesitan un lugar para bañarse, dormir y seguir la rumba!!!'

Ileana Zayas from Toa Alta, Puerto Rico; May 2016:
'I want stay in another time but I prefered that check in was in the morning. Thank you for all '

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Andrew Lee from Brooklyn, NY, USA; May 2016:
'Location is a 5 star. its on the same block as ferry. Bartender downstairs has all the keys and very cool peeps. Price is fantastic. The room: bed comfortable, ac worked well enough (turn on before you go out at night so room is cool when you get back), shower head was cracked and leaked in the vicinity of where you needed the water, bathroom door couldn't close, main room door had a trick for it to lock. Place needs more attention, but good for the price. Hot water was hot, towels were clean, and room was tolerable. '

Julio Ruiz from PONCE, Puerto Rico; April 2016:
'Good Day. well stay in culebras was great wonderful but in the room need some improvement like the AC the AC doesn't work good and is was dirty. the chest where you put the close was broken the room in space it ok we just need a place to sleep and rest. the place was very quiet clean and a central place where you get the info you need and move what ever you want so if you fix the problem in the room or other you have like that the costumer will continue going to the hotel, for me a will go with more people so you will see my name again. '

Socorro Cordova from New York , USA ; April 2016:
'The room was perfect. We enjoyed our stay at Kokomo and will stay there again. The location was incredible. The people working were friendly. The bartender was nice and David was helpful too. A relaxed launching pad for exploring Culebra. '

Mariluz Torres from Orocovis, PR, United States; March 2016:
'Saludos, el lugar sería espectacular si le dedicaran un poco más a la limpieza y mantenimiento del apartamento, edificio y alrededores. Por lo del espacio y ubicación está muy bien. '

Mulan Zheng from Oxford, 美国; March 2016:
'Very close the ferry and convenient. :) nice trip in culebra'

Nicolai von Rosen from Helsingør, Denmark; March 2016:
'Super fantastisk place :0)'

chris boland from luck, United States; March 2016:
'missing many light bulbs. had to switch them around to get light in kitchen -they didn't have replacements. dirty dishes - had to rewash them. screens didn't fit windows. really loud bar until late into the night. refrigerator and air conditioner worked. great view.'

Joan Hunt from Charlottesville, USA; March 2016:
'Good place. Had everything we needed. Excellent location and price. We especially enjoyed hanging out at the tables in front of the Sandbar.'

Iona Bartek from Berthoud, co, United States; March 2016:
'We absolutely LOVED or stay here!!! Everything was so nice and comfortable and clean and the price was super reasonable. We would definitely stay here again!!! :)'

Sandra B. from Munich , Germany; March 2016:
'The hotel is overpriced for what you get. The room and bathroom was clean but in front of our window was the laundry room. So no fresh air at all. There's no breakfast included for the price and the front desk closes at 3 pm. But there's not even a real front desk. You have to go inside the sand bar to get the keys. And the Sand bar closes at 3 pm. I wouldn't recommend staying here. It's not worth the price.'

Marea Maisonet from Humbird, USA; February 2016:
'Second time at the kokomo. We love this place. See you Feb 2017. Plan on staying longer four days at the kokomo is not long enough.'

Dimitri from New York City, United States; February 2016:
'I am reluctant to give a positive review, not because I didn't have an awesome stay, but because I don't want others to find out about this place and its fantastic location. I had rented penthouse 11 which is a spacious apartment-like place with a large living room, kitchen, and well air-conditioned bedroom. The appliances may be a little dated, but it still seemed well-equipped and complete. The balcony was my favorite spot in the morning to have a cortadito and a snack purchased from the Gypsy Cafe downstairs, as well as in the late afternoon to look at the gorgeous sunset when I would come back from the beach. Don't expect a very sound sleep, due to roosters choir in the dawn though, but I found it to be more entertaining than a nuisance. I would definitely re-rent either PH 11 or 12 in the future and stay here again. Love Culebra!'

from Ohio, USA; February 2016:
'Great stay at Kokomo for a whole week. Stayed in room #5 and it was nice a quite when the AC was on. The room was as basic as you need for staying on the island. It's a bed, and a shower. What else do you need when there is so much to do both local to the hotel or a quick ride to one of the awesome beaches. '

Shawn Monk from Chestnut ridge , U.S.; February 2016:
'Really enjoyed ourselves at Kokomo, the sunset from the deck was awsome great breakfast right downstairs, I'll be back in October !'

HE WANG from China, New York; February 2016:
'Very clean!!'

K from Boston, United States; February 2016:
'Clean and spartan, perfect for an overnight stay on the island. If you're staying on a weekend-night and turn in early, plan on bringing earplugs -- the pier is a party!'

Hung Lee from Rockford, USA; February 2016:
'My wife and I enjoyed our stay at Kokomo. The hotel is steps away from the ferry terminal, which is a convenient spot. It was clean and functional. The manager was kind enough to allow us few minutes after the mandatory check out time. We will certainly come again next time. '

Julio Alvarado from Yauco, Puerto Rico; February 2016:
'Mt experience in the Kokomo Hotel was not a joyful one. Fisrt of all there is never anyone at the check in counter. Secondly, the lady downstairs was rude and did not know any of the questions i asked about the reaervation even though it was her job to help people with the reaervation. The room was dirty and sheets looked they havent been changed in a while, they even had nail polish stains on them. The shower was broken and water went everywhere. It was not a pleasent experience and i will never recommend this hotel to anyone. '

Jose Lebron from San Juan, Puerto Rico; January 2016:

Oscar Gomez from NEW YORK, United States; January 2016:
'I stayed with my bf in room #6 and had an overall great experience. Room has the essentials for a great price and there is a private bathroom a few steps away from the room. Don't expect any luxuries, just a place to sleep very well located. Depending on the night it can get pretty noisy from the bar downstairs. One piece of advice for the managers: please put window screens for mosquitoes. They ate me alive!'

Ville from , Finland; January 2016:
'Just perfect! Stayed at penthouse 11, views were great and so was the penthouse. Gipsy cafe`s food were amazing in the downstairs and the sandbar next to it was also nice place to spend time and party.'

Lina Hultberg from Kalmar, Swedish; January 2016:
'Thank you for a great stay! We were really pleased with the place, felt like it encapsuled the atmosphere of the island! Great location, close to good breakfast- and dinner restaurants, and - obviously - the ferry terminal. We were glad it was so easy to pick up the keys in the bar downstairs and leave it in the hole in the door in the morning (took the 6.30 ferry, so the quick check-out was great for us). Good room at that price!'

Jason Lane from Chicago, USA; January 2016:
'My actual stay was great. However, my card was charged a total of SEVEN times for the room. I tried to talk with staff and find a manager/owner, but no one ever responded to me. Maybe now they'll contact me regarding this issue. '

Ani R from Los Angeles, Usa; January 2016:
'The rooms were dingy and noisy. Couple of cockroaches, and a parking ticket after parking where they said it would be OK to park. Seems like they don't want tourists on that island. That's the vibe we got.'

gerardo hernandez from aguada, Puerto Rico; January 2016:
'Our stay at this place was horrible. We stay three Night and no housekeeping was done. No tv set at the room.the Firextiguisher INSPECTION was past due for two years. We donot stay there again. '

gerardo hernandez from aguada, Puerto Rico; January 2016:
'Our stay at this place was horrible. We stay three Night and no housekeeping was done. No tv set at the room.the Firextiguisher INSPECTION was past due for two years. We donot stay there again. '

Melisa Melende from San juan, Puerto Rico; January 2016:
'Very friendly staff. The window of the room doesn't close completely. Too much noise at night because of the bar downstairs. They should give complimentary ear plugs. Seriously. Also, the bathroom smell very weird, not beacuse it wasn't clean. It seems like the bad smell came from the room next to it, through the window they share.'

K Kk from CA, US; January 2016:
'Very very bad. The hotel host told us a wrong parking lot witch caused a parking ticket of $75. Not mentioning the bad living condition of their poor room.'

arunkumar thangaraju from Royersford, United States; December 2015:
'I would never come back to this hotel again. What loud noise the bar is playing downstairs till 2:30am. How can we sleep? Me/my wife lost sleep till 4am. Our 4 year old daughter was not able to sleep till 3 am. She normally sleeps at 9 pm every night. Room no.2's window is broken(check the corner of the windows, you will see huge gap) so the sound just comes through the windows so loud. Curtain was not blackout. The room was so bright in the night. Please shift the hotel somewhere else or close the bar downstairs. '

Rebecca Wetzel from Ormond Beach, FL, USA; December 2015:
'Loved the Hotel Kokomo. We did not encounter any problems with the room or common bathroom. The facility was very clean. We are planning to stay there again. Its location is perfect! The sandbar below is a lot of fun. '

Rose Phillips from San Antonio, Texas, USA; December 2015:
'We loved staying at Hotel Kokomo! We got a suite on the third floor and we had an amazing view! The suite was spacious, well-equipped and perfectly comfortable. The staff was extremely nice, helpful and efficient. We arrived on the early ferry but they let us check in at noon, even though check in is at 3pm. The day we checked out, they kept our luggage so we could go to the beach and then we picked them up right before our ferry ride. Hotel Kokomo is super fun, relaxing and comfortable. The atmosphere is upbeat and you feel you are in vacation having a great time in the island. '

george lomnycky from longboat key, United States; December 2015:
'Nothing fancy but totally adequate, well-located and fairly priced, which is sufficient if you're primarily interested in enjoying Culebra's awesome natural beauty.'

Yolanda Garcia from Barcelona, Spain; December 2015:
'The room was fine and big for three people ,good location and the staff really kind and helpful.'

Jonathan Flores from Florida, Usa; November 2015:
'Not like the picture advertised. Run down. Bed quality - terrible. Lighting - terrible. Bathroom too small. Air conditioning quality - kept turning off and not enough cooling. It was just very cheap in quality. '

Jenny W from Sacramento, CA, USA; November 2015:
'This hotel was a super great value, accommodating our group in a 2 bedroom apartment including a comfortable living room, kitchen, and sizable balcony! The whole group was pleased with the amenities. Check in was really easy and we enjoyed hanging out at the bar downstairs, dancing, and they even allowed us to choose our own songs for our enjoyment. All the staff we encountered was friendly and helpful. Looking forward to our next stay!'

Santiago Garcia from Girona, Spain; October 2015:
'The worst night we had in our vacations.... Two different people trying to open the door because they thought that was their room... The music of the bar below the room... And dirty bed linen. It was an error don't read the tripadvisor comments. Let me know if you sell the hotel'

Mia Lowe from Atlanta , USA; August 2015:
'Hotel Kokomo was great. It was the easiest check in and out ever. The room was simple and priced fairly. The bathroom was just down the hall but it was private and not shared, which is a plus. It's location was excellent! You get off the ferry and you're there! Quick 5 min walk to the Jeep/golf cart rentals. If you're looking for no-frills, cheap, and easy, this is the right place. It gets loud at night with the bar downstairs, but not over the top. There are bugs/Mosquitos in the room, so bring bug spray. Other than that everything was 100%. '

andrew kampuries from , ; August 2015:
'I could not sleep on Friday and Saturday due to the loud music.sorry will not book on the weekend again.'

from Manatí , PR; August 2015:
'The room was clean but not what expected for the price $$$. The matress of the full bed was in bad condition. Bed sheets were so old that you can see through. Late in the night were kids running in the hall. Really noisy. Not a place I will return. '

from Manatí , PR; August 2015:
'The room was clean but not what expected for the price $$$. The matress of the full bed was in bad condition. Bed sheets were so old that you can see through. Late in the night were kids running in the hall. Really noisy. Not a place I will return. '

yolanda Gonzalez from rincon, P.R; August 2015:
'El hotel esta en un magnifico lugar.muy centrico pero desgraciadamente las condiciones de limpieza dejan mucho q decir.por Dios estaba super sucio los abanicos creo q no se limpian nunca las camas super incomodas los muebles sucios en general tiene muchas oportunidades de mejoras .y eso lo mejoran creo q seria muy beneficioso para el hotel. '

Diana Jurado from Los Angeles, USA; August 2015:
'I did not appreciate the fact my reservation was charged to the fullest, however the room was not used by me. My party and I experienced ferry issues and were not able to check-in. The cancelation policy stated if the room stayed vacant for that night, I would be charged. When this was brought up with the hotel, I was made aware my credit card was charged right when the reservation was made and was not informed if room was booked by someone else.'

Forest Lisner from St Paul, USA; August 2015:
'I would not recommend this hotel to anyone there for work. Checking in i had to go to the bar to get my key from someone that lacks professional management skills. The room was cleanliness was OK. The bed was horrific it was like lying in a bowl. There was a fire alarm cherping in my hallway. I figured someone would have changed it the next day...that was not so the next night, still cherping. (Just needed a new battery)the doors were shabby, noisy, and hard to lock. I guess for a beach goer this would be an OK hotel but for a someone who had work to do it was sad.'

Joel Acker from Littleton NH, USA; August 2015:
'Terrible. I would never step foot on any floor area without a flip flop. There are no glass windows, just hurricane shutters. This means it incredibly noisy outside. Which after reading the reviews was expected. What wasn't expected was that the toilet seat was not attached to the toilet. What also wasn't expected was all the shady creeps that wander in and out of the halls. In the morning there was a broken piece of drug paraphernalia in the hallway, and it stayed there for two more days. To top off the experience, the owner of this place, and the bar downstairs, has a bat-crap-crazy girlfriend that threatened to kill herself. In Soap Opera style, the frantic woman approached me and my friends as the police arrived. Which wrongly put me as a hotel guest, surrounded by Puerto Rican Police as they responded to her allegations of self harm. If a bed is all you need, keep looking, 'cause not even this place will met your expectations without leaving you scared. '

Raisa Ogaza from San Juan, Puerto Rico; July 2015:
'El hotel se encuentra en una buena ubicación justo frente al ferry. Es cómodo y limpio. Los cuartos basicos son pequeños pero vale la pena. Lo recomiendo. '

ana ramos from bayamon, puerto rico; July 2015:

Amarilis Cruz from Bayamon, United States; July 2015:
'El Hotel necesita remodelar sus habitaciones, tiene puertas rotas, muebles en mal estado y los abanicos de pared no funcionan, ademas las escaleras son un peligro para los huespedes. '

Alexandra Ayala from Barranquitas, Puerto Rico; July 2015:
'Para dormir y bañarse, no tiene precio. Lo único que el baño del cuarto 6 tiene mal olor. Por lo demás, super.'


Tiffany from isabela, puerto rico; July 2015:
'We loved culebra and its residentes, and all the delicious food we ate. The hotel was in a very convenient location (30seconds from ferry) very beachy. The staff was nice and was quick to help and get us settled in early. We booked our trip for 6 days but ended up leaving a day early the bed was almost impossible to sleep in, the matress springs made marks on my husband's skin. It was somewhat clean, like i said very beachy, other then that all was great. '

Jorge Ribera from Florida, United States; June 2015:
'An fire occurred beside of hotel and my family and I, were staying at the in room 12 and had to jump onto the roof of the pizzeria next to the hotel as the stairs were filled with smoke and burning fathoms that made it impossible escape us. It is outrageous That the hotel did not have an escape plan and endangering our lives. I give thanks to the Police Department of Culebra. Agent Correa and the sargent of turn for help us to get off the ceiling that we had refuge, emergency medical staff personnel that provided us medical attention, and the only firefighter was laboring for Efforts extinguish the fire and the volunteers to help him. I Suggest you install a fire escape stairs on the upper floors and fire extinguisher. In addiction Because the smoke entered our room our clothes and other luggage reeked of smoke had to leave the following day the fire so we lost a day's stay in the hotel. On previous occasions and I stayed in their hotel and it very good. David was very kind to us but other than him, no one to communicated me.'

Jossie Torres from West Palm Beach, FL, US; June 2015:
'Very convenient place to stay. Check in was easy. Very old, antique building but great for the price. No toiletries offered. Will plan to stay in the future. '

Lindsey Carte from Austin, USA; June 2015:
'Positives: Everything was very clean and the linens were good quality. Negatives: I get that this is an affordable place,but the bed was really terrible! Springs were poking us all night. Also, the air conditioning was extremely loud and didn't really cool down the room very much.We ended up thinking the room was over priced for what we actually got... '

ivette ruiz from san juan , puerto rico; June 2015:
'Me hospede tres noches , en la suite 11. Es muy comoda y limpia. Esta en lugar centrico y aunque de dia es bien Ruidoso, de noche es tranquilo y no se escuchan ruidos. El aire del cuarto es bueno. No me gusto que no tiene aire en la sala. Los muebles estan sucios . No dan ganas de sentarse ahi. . El dueno es muy flexible y cooperador , aunque pareciera que tratas con un robot!! Si quieres un sitio economico y centrico y no te importa lo estetico , este es el sitio. Pero si quieres algo lindo NOOOOOO.La escalera al tercer piso es bien pequena y empanada, asi que prepara las piernitas. Sugiero que presten sillas y toallas de playa. Asi se le alivia la carga al pasajero. Buena suerte'

Jon Hunt from Lew Beach, NY, USA; May 2015:
'Great location, a bit over-priced. Very loud music all day most days, which didn't bother me at all but might some folks. One of the owners is a world-class a-hole (you'll figure out which one in about 30 seconds) but everyone else was very nice and helpful. It seems like there are too many people involved in the management, as my reservation got all screwed up through miscommunications. I don't think it's for everybody (certainly not if you're looking for a quiet retreat) but for me it was excellent and I'll most likely stay in the same room next time I visit Culebra.'

CARLOS DEL VALLE from Bayamon, Puerto Rico; May 2015:
'Dirty, the air conditioner didn't work properly. We requested to move to the next room and the air conditioner worked just as a fan. We had to opened the door of the only room with air conditioner and use 4 additional fans. We couldn't close all the window because the operators were broken. The windows and screens were full of 3 inches of black dust. We reserved accommodation for 6 and one had to sleep in a mattress on the floor and one on a sofa. It is sad that a place in a very good spot was in very bad shape. Just the view from the balcony was a million dollar view. Beautiful sunset view.'

Janet Dominguez from San Antonio, United States; May 2015:
'Just what I need for my stay in Culebra, a place to sleep and clean. Thank You'

Tara Gensler from Dorado, Pr; May 2015:
'Great views from rooftop deck and great space for a family of 4. Very hot since only air conditioner was in back room. Also, dirty kitchen with ants. Needless to say, I would stay again for a night. Great value!'

Bruce Crow from Boston, USA; April 2015:
'We had a great time in Culebra and the room was just what we needed. Great location to get the morning rides to Flamenco and close to some great places for dinner. View of the water was a plus. Very convenient and everyone was very friendly and helpful.'

Sonia Lozada from Guaynabo, PR; April 2015:
'For a night was good. The air conditiong excellent. But the young girl at the bar need good modals to deal with the client...'

Ramona Morales from Toa Alta, Puerto Rico; April 2015:
'Yo reServé para tres adultos y me ubicaron en un cuarto con una cama y un catre. La cama parecía hamaca. El Gerente tiene poco tacto para los clientes. Un poco costoso para lo que brindan. Lo mejor que tienen son los cuarto 11 y 12. La empleada de Rooney service María es lo mejor que tienen. Servicial y atenta! Podría encargarse de la gerencia del lugar!!'

Rene Grundbacher from , Switzerland; April 2015:
'We dont like the Noise from the Street No Moskito Net on the Windows so we Stay in another Hotel it was impossible to sleep in your Hotel Rene'

Stephanie Santiago Castro from Ponce, Puerto Rico; April 2015:
'Me gustó mucho el quedarme allí. Fue cómodo y económico. Vale la pena quedarse allí. '

the goddard family from ramsey, minnesota; April 2015:
'We loved the location as it was easy to bus to Playa Flamenco and catch the ferry. We stayed in the 'penthouse' (#12) and the view was great. However, that is about it. There was no door handle and you could see straight into the apartment through the gaping hole. The bar downstairs, that is also part of Kokomo, played music and was obnoxiously loud until 3am, then the roosters at 4 and the ferry at 5 made it not much of a place to sleep. Little things like no cutlery, broken toaster, broken windows and 4 chairs in a 6 bed kitchened apartment were perplexing. The beds are basic foam mattresses and sag to the point where we had to put them on the floor. We would look elsewhere next time.'

libby anderson from Brookline, NH; March 2015:
' A great place. We camp for a month and spend our last night on the island here. Take a hot shower and roll downstairs in the early am for the ferry. Perfect- although sad to leave Culebra!'

from , ; March 2015:
'Conveniently right next to the fairy. I had a great stay. '

Sonja Baumann from Kloten, Switzerland; March 2015:
'The room was #4 with a separated shower and i had requested bathroom in the room !!! Neither shower nor room seemed to be cleaned because there was dirt everywhere and this smell in the bathroom! Our view was a wall !! The bedsheet smelled like smelly feet!!! Had red stains in it! And the we read this ridicules paper where it says which item cost how much by lost or damaged!! Like you hope for it to get it finally replaced! I was totally disapointed !!! We only stayed for sleeping in the room ! I would NEVER recommend this "Hotel" to a friend. I did not expect a Hilton but i did expect a guesthouse with charme and staff who takes care of its guest and proud of their product! I am no spoiled person who stayed in many places all over the world. Those might have been small or simple but at least they were CLEAN and had helpful staff presenting a good service. I really do not have a good feedback for you. '

Francisco Ojeda from San Juan, Puerto Rico; March 2015:
'This is the best place is you want to pay for your whole stay the same price that you would pay for one night in another place at Culebra. Hotel Kokomo is very clean under the circumstances and private. We stay for a weekend and the room was very comfortable. The downside is the bathroom, we know what we were pay it for but eventhough. The bathroom was clean, is outside the room so that is a little bit of a situation if you want to go in the middle of the night, you know you have to get dress and prepare to be seen because anyone can get to the hallway. The other thing is also about the bathroom, it needs to get renovated, again we know that the place is really economic but little details will make a big difference... like the shower curtain! It was a bit gross. Overall, like a said if you want to get a place that is clean and economic it is the BEST place.'

zoriel salado from isabela, puerto rico; February 2015:
'Great room. Really accessible. Cleaned. Spacious. Great price.'

Orlando Burgos from Cayey, Puerto Rico; February 2015:
'Well I'm very impresionate with the hospitality of the Lady recive me at the lobby in my late check in! She bring me the best option on my staying.My family enjoy the room.I hope came soon again.Thank's for everything.'

sandi from rockford, usa; February 2015:
'We found this room substandard and will not be Return. '

Fuying Zhao from Georgia, USA; February 2015:
'Very nice'

Stacy Yarborough from New orleans, Louisana; January 2015:
'This room was disgusting. The smell of raw sewage coming from the bathroom was overwhelming. I couldn't even take a shower it smelled so bad. The floor in the room was sticky. I didn't even stay in the room the second night I felt so grossed out by the room. The staff was nice and offered me a different room. But honestly I didn't even want it. I found much cleaner accomodations down the street.'

Stacy Yarborough from New orleans, Louisana; January 2015:
'This room was disgusting. The smell of raw sewage coming from the bathroom was overwhelming. I couldn't even take a shower it smelled so bad. The floor in the room was sticky. I didn't even stay in the room the second night I felt so grossed out by the room. The staff was nice and offered me a different room. But honestly I didn't even want it. I found much cleaner accomodations down the street.'

mary from Pilot, VA, USA; January 2015:
'We actually stayed in Kokomo Rm #7. The room itself was fine, though not large. The A/C was quiet, bed comfortable (double, not queen), wonderful water pressure and hot water shower. We stayed on a Sunday night to catch the 6 am ferry. There was a wonderful singer on the street outside of Kokomo. We went to bed about 9 pm and found it difficult to sleep with the music -- though she stopped about 10 pm. And then a group of folks partying took over the noise making with singing and other revelry. So things didn't quiet down until after midnight -- and then we got a few hours sleep before walking across to the Ferry. '

Irmaris Rosas from Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico; January 2015:
'I enjoyed my stay in this hotel. It is very convenient and right in front of where the Ferry docs. The price is reasonable and this room has all the basics. However, I believe that the owner should pay a little more attention to the esthetics and maintenance of this hotel. The table lamps in the room were not working, some of the lights to include the bedroom light were not working, the shower curtain was broken, the hanguers and the rod were very rusty and unsafe... Those would be the MUST FIX items. Also, the decoration and esthetics overall could be improved, and extra pillows and towels should be provided, actual curtains on the windows instead of towels should be used and the closet doors fixed. I believe this hotel has so much potential! The view was beautiful and the location is excellent, it just needs a little more attention from the owner. '

gina velasco from nj, usa; January 2015:
'The place was what I excepted except for...The bed mattress need to be change ASAP, it is impossible to sleep in them and some windows and screens need to be repair. The rest was livable.'

Feng Pan from College Station, USA; January 2015:
'The location is terrible. There is a bar in the first floor. When I stayed at that night, there was a party going on. I complained to the manager. He did nothing. I fell sleep till 3 am. It ruined my visit in Culebra. If you want to stay in Culebra for one night, I don't recommend this hotel though it's close to the terminal.'

Jose Moreno from BAYAMON , Pr; January 2015:
'Dirty room,Poor service and bad facilities ,Even free night I will not come again. Building must be implode. '

Christian Junco from Ponce, PR; December 2014:
'Very Good for the price. Perfect for me. '

Luckevia Thurman from Inglewood CA, USA; November 2014:
'I enjoyed my stay. This hotel is right next to the ferry lovely staff and great service. I will stay again when u visit Culebra island '

Eduardo Arias from Carolina, P.R.; October 2014:
'I did not use this room. I did use room#4. I need you to sent me the money for room # 5. It was charged to my visa card.'

Beney Boopathy from Frankfurt, Germany; September 2014:
'Room 5 was dirty and a lot of mosquitos!At my last night - there was a big cockroach at the wall! It was horrible for my wife! We checked out at 3 a.m. in the morning ! Very Noisy in the night! Only one thing was good - next to the ferry.'

Tanya Torres from New York, United States; August 2014:
'It would be great to have air conditioning in the entire suite. Right now it is impossible to use the front to sleep additional people. We enjoyed out stay.'

Victoria Chang from Oakland, NJ, USA; August 2014:
'Mike, your hotel is so ideal convenient location for the ferry port, to walk around for gastronomy needs. If you can only fix and seal your hotel dilapidated windows and window shades. The 3rd floor suite is wide and nice, view of the sea amazing. Bedroom wide and nice. Comfortable bed. White clean bedding sheets, no stain, thank you very much. Bathroom is just ok, can be better. The toothpaste mark in the bathroom faucet was already embedded hard like cement, quite gross. Thank God, did not see any roaches except tiny ants, can deal with it, cause it's tropical climate, so it was ok for us. Lucky I brought bleach and alcohol to sterilized door handles, toilet and seat, so gross, need to be clean and sanitize for the new renter. You need to replaced the yukk bath mat and don't like old brown towels (can use for bath mat), looks so gross. Lucky, I brought my own towel. '

from , USA; August 2014:
'Very cheap and convenient hostel since it's right across from the ferry terminal BUT room 5 was infested with little bugs. We had tiny little bugs crawling all over the bed, pillows, night stand, floor, everywhere. Call an exterminator. '

luis vazquez from gurabo, puerto rico; August 2014:
'Excelent price and location... '

Blanca Jesus from Kissimmee, United States; July 2014:
'Had a great time. Room was clean and everything was at walking distance. No complains. Blanca'

JM Pérez from San Juan, Puerto Rico; July 2014:
'Bathroom of Room 4 was too small and kinda hard to use the toilet and shower.'

Elisa Villegas from San Juan, Puerto Rico; July 2014:
'The mattress was very stiff but the bathroom was clean.'

Hai feng Niu from Bei jing city, China; July 2014:
'beautiful Island, comfortable hotel, friendly people! Thank you!'

Hai feng Niu from Bei jing, China; July 2014:
'beautiful Island, comfortable hotel, friendly people! Thank you!'

Hai feng Niu from Bei jing, China; July 2014:
'beautiful Island, comfortable hotel, friendly people! Thank you!'

John Jeevaratnam from Toronto, Canada; July 2014:
'In general I had a good room, clean and sufficient to sleep in. Room 5 is close to the rooftop patio. When you have heavy rain the large amounts of water seeps in to the room. The manager Micheal and the bartenders were welcoming and aproachable. However certain people or partners could use a course in hospitality. Nothing to ruin my vacation however they were visible and enough to search for another hotel if I visit Culebra on vacation or not recommend to others. John'

Rolando Ramos from Phil, PA; July 2014:
'Hotel Kokomo Poor maintenance Dirty rooms Lack of service NOT RECOMMENDED'

Maritza Cuesta from Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico; July 2014:
'Todo bien, muchas gracias... Pero la cartera d mi esposo se me quedo en la habitación, cualquier información, favor dejarme saber al 787 685 8000.'

Maritza Cuesta from Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico; July 2014:
'Todo bien, muchas gracias... Pero la cartera d mi esposo se me quedo en la habitación, cualquier información, favor dejarme saber al 787 685 8000.'

Jill and Geno Pedigo from Fort Lauderdale, USA; June 2014:
'We arrived at the hotel just a little before 3pm. After tearing himself away from the video game he was playing on his computer, the man identifying himself as the owner was rude about our arrival time (hey, we're on vacation; didn't even know what time it was other than close to three), but he begrudgingly gave us a key and directions to our room. It's as close as anyone ever came to caring for us! The floor in our place was filthy. We did witness an attempt to mop the veranda - a note to management and cleaners, you have to change the water every now and again! The sheets started clean, but they were pretty ripe by our fifth night with no operable AC, and nobody ever coming to change sheets or towels. One of the drawers was ripped off. We had to go hunt down toilet paper and get it from the bartender! We would have loved to enjoy the veiws from the veranda longer; however, the cheap plastic chairs provided are not comfortable. Without flogging the perverbial dead horse, we can't recomend this place. It is simply not clean and not run well. '

Julio Cruz from Skokie, IL, US; June 2014:
'Beware! At the Kokomo all clients only get very basic services - a room, a bed two lawn chairs and air conditioning. Nothing else! There is no maid service and the rooms look like they have not been clean for months. Room 4 which was originally assigned to me had private bathroom facilities away from the room in another section of the hotel. I did not accept this arrangement and the hotel manager assigned me a different room with facilities within the room. Unless strictly necessary, I will not stay in this hotel again!'

Samarie Santiago from Ponce, Puerto Rico; May 2014:
'Excelente lugar!, localizacion perfecta y la atencion del dueno excelente, nos entrego el lugar antes de la hora del check in pq ya estaba ready!.... Me encanto y regreso en septiembre!'

Gloria Bellitti from Florida, USA; May 2014:
'You couldn't pay me enough to stay at this place. The room was filthy, the manager was drunk and no bathroom in the room! DON'T STAY HERE!! Management refused to give me a refund, contacting my attorney now.'

Frances Davis from Rincon, Puerto Rico; May 2014:
'We were in town photographing a wedding so we needed to find a place to stay the night. Kokomos was perfect for us! The room was spacious clean and comfortable. I knew we wouldn't be checking in until late after the wedding so I called ahead and they had someone there waiting for us. The little bakery downstairs is delightful and the bar seemed like it had a lively atmosphere. Next time I photograph a wedding in Culebra I all stay there for sure!'

Haiyan Xue from , China; May 2014:
'Very convenient as it's just at the opposite side to the ferry station. Price is not very high but I think it should be lower for the small single room.'

Joey Methot from Boston, USA; April 2014:
'Hotel Kokomo and Culebra surpassed all expectations. Very clean, central. Staff very helpful. The town treats tourists well and we are planning a return trip.'

Gary Graham from Boulder, United States; April 2014:
'Cool hotel! Not fancy but more than adequate for the four of us and a very fancy view from a deck straight out of a Hemingway novel. Strategic location for diving and food and buzz of the little city. Buzz can be loud with Karaoke in the bar below but that is why they made ear plugs. I'd go back in a heart beat. '

Marc Luchs from Beacon, USA; March 2014:
'The room was clean and right in the middle of all of the action. Very fun bar downstairs. If you're coming on a weekend, you might plan on staying up with the party crew, though I got to sleep just fine with some air plugs. Excellent bakery downstairs. Literally a stone's throw from the ferry.'

Laurent cevey from Zurich, Switzerland; March 2014:
'There were some negative comments for this hotel so as we booked for 1 night there we did not have high expectations. However the Snapper room 5 turned out very clean, no smell and good AC. The location of this room is at the back of the building so we were not too disturbed by the karaoke downstairs. This hotel is a good value last minute option especially with the discount for late booking! '

Chelle Lindahl (LaClare) from Potsdam,NY&SanFrancisco,CA, USA; March 2014:
'I enjoyed the small town feeling at the ferry embarkation and the people in the SandBar and other businesses under the Kokomo, although the people at the gas station store next door were actually pretty rude despite my efforts to charm them in the face of their disregard for me (didn't spend more money with them!) The hotel accommodations were fine, as plain jane a room as I expected for the price (which is the most you could get away with charging for the place, I'm thinking, but they need to make a living too.) But the basics were all covered and the sheets were clean - some care was shown in this regard (I've cleaned; I know.) Liked the option of AC in the room (a new looking unit) or opening window slats and above the door (went for the slats.) The only negative about the Kokomo was the partying teenagers screaming and having a great old time well into the wee hours on that Thursday night, so that it echoed right up the stairs into this room. Room 6 takes a direct hit from this but don't know that any room escapes it entirely. Not the hotels "fault" and it comes with the territory on a place that is viewed by some as a party island, but don't expect a peaceful nights sleep. Maybe Tuesday nights are better? Don't know, but this 50+ year old likes a little more sleep than I got. The management was friendly and accommodating though, and helpful when I needed directions because the cafe next door ran out of coffee - found the Vibra Verde cafe right around the corner on the left (one of a few small businesses behind roll down garage doors in a tiny plaza on the next corner called the Plaza Mercado.) It was excellent for food, coffee, and interesting conversation. I liked the look of the canal-side bar at Mamacita's, though their happy hour special was lame - the Sand Bar bartender was great, loved her. Of course, the beaches are superb, beautiful, not too crowded on a Friday afternoon, not to be missed. One hint for Kokomo management: when I booked it I tried to figure out where the hotel was on the island, especially in relationship to the ferry and could not determine that by looking at maps or through various keyword searches I did - the fact that it's right in front of you when you get off the ferry was great, but it would have been comforting to know that before I landed. I figured if all publico taxi rides are $3, I'd just roll with it, but it would have been nice to not spend a lot of time researching it to no avail. Depending on what you're looking for, Kokomo can be a great option for a relatively inexpensive stay on Isla Culebra!'

sabin tremblay from montreal, Canada; March 2014:
'Well, i guess you have what you pay for. The room faces the most crowded street in town, There's a bar right dowstairs and a rather loud terrasse 10 feet away from the room windows. If you're a heavy sleeper, drunk you might get a few hours sleep. Otherwise since the windows are broken and dont close,(i was told they will adress that to maintenance!?? right!!) even ear plugs and a pillow over your head wont do. pay a little more and get away from that section of town. Other rooms kokomo are right above the kakaoke bar and even worse according to some other guest i spoke to. never again for me a rather go camping on the beach'

alba del rio from manati, puerto rico; March 2014:
'ecelente es la segunda vez que me quedo '

Nan W from Watkins Glen, NY, USA; March 2014:
'We had a wonderful stay at Hotel Kokomo, a welcome site upon arriving from a rough ferry ride. The suites are spacious and overlook the water. They lack a bit in cleanliness (floors), but linens were fresh and it offered a fine place to rest for the night. The Sandbar on the first floor was a friendly place for a late night chat and coffee and breakfast from the deli next door eaten at the sidewalk tables was a great way to start the day. The hotel is in a good spot to catch a taxi to the beaches or rent golf carts or bikes to get around the island.'

Jean Bonilla from New York, USA; March 2014:
'The hotel is conviently located right off the ferry. Also there are many places to eat, drink and socialize with in walking distance which is great. The room itself was decent. Big! Lots of space and it was just a friend and myself. My only cons which to me aren't terrible at all are: some outlets were a little faulty. And the room can really use a "woman's touch". May sound silly but first appearance is everything. But other than that, beds were clean, bathroom as well. I had a great time thanks hotel Kokomo '

Anthony Gonzalez from Carolina, Puerto Rico; February 2014:
'Cuando hice la reservacion por internet estaba bien clara de las condiciones. Lamentablemente mi esposa sufrio un accidente en una caida de caballo que actualmente tiene 7 puntos de sutura en la cabeza. Se llamo para indicar y ver si habia la posibilidad de cambiar la fecha mostrando evidencia del hospital y me indicaron que no habia manera. Asi que no pudimos disfrutar de su hotel, perdiendo asi el dinero. Dado el caso no considero su hotel para una proxima ocasion.'

Gabriele Green from New Jersey, USA; February 2014:
'Hotel Kokomo was conveniently located not just for the ferry but for getting taxis to beaches and to good places to eat. The staff was nice enough to let us stow our bags ahead of check-in and after check out so we could enjoy more time at the beach without all of our stuff. The room itself was nothing special, but it had good a/c, hangers for clothing, and a nice bed. '

ANA IVELISSE NEGRON from Caguas, PR; February 2014:
'Suite cómoda, con acondicionador de aire. Puedes acomodar hasta 6 personas en las camas. Sala, comedor, cocina y baño. Espaciosa y balcón con vista al MAR. Nos encantó.'

Randy from New Berlin, WI, USA; February 2014:
'Hotel Kokomo was over priced. It was more like a motel 6 w/ an amazing view. Bartender was friendly but housekeeper was extremely unpleasant. He actually waited for us 2 hours before check out outside of our door (and gave us dirty looks). The room didn't have any working lights/light bulbs (good thing we brought a headlamp). The beds were uncomfortable. I wouldn't have minded staying @ a place like this if the price was more appropriate. '

zhixia qiu from Thousand Oaks, US; January 2014:
'We want to thank Michael for his help to correct the error made by booking agent and have a room big enough for three of us. One thing we learned lesson from this hotel, never had that experience before, that Kokomo doesn't supply any soap, shapoo/conditioner, which was unexpected and caused uncomfortable for us. Beside, surounding is too noisy during late night. Honestly, we will not select this hotel if visithing Culebra again.'

Lee from , China; December 2013:
'The location and price is very good, the only problem is it can be noisy in the night.'

Hemanth Siddulugari from Mars, PA, United States; December 2013:
'My comment part 2: Forgot to mention these other things - We stayed in room #5. Avoid the room!!! There was no soap provided in the room. I felt somethings crawling on my back during the night. Toilet flush lever was rusted and there were rust marks all around the commode.'

Hemanth Siddulugari from Mars, PA, United States; December 2013:
'Horrible stay!!! It was the worst room I've ever stayed in my entire life. I had to book on a short notice because we missed the 9am ferry and if we got to Culebra for 3pm ferry, we have to stay there for the night. I came to Culebra with my wife. The attendant at the bar was very cocky. He couldn't find the keys for the room (they were right there in the closet) and he made us wait for a long time. After we got into the room, we were horrified to see the stained sheets, pillow covers, comforter. They were so dirty. The mattress is completely worn out and the springs were poking us like crazy all night. We were so pissed off that we didn't want to see anything on the island. We took the 6:30 am ferry out of Culebra (first ferry out of the island). Sorry but all I can say is that this room ruined our visit to Culebra.'

Brigitte n Boyd Travelers from Puerto Rico, USA; November 2013:
'Clean and Neat! Helpful, Hospitable Team that work here. This is a good place that is a most convenient hop across the street from the Ferry Dock. Noisy customers were heard from the Pizza place thru our window but only up until it closed which wasn't too late. Music from cars or wherever never seemed to be past 11p.m./midnight. I enjoyed my mattress it was comfy and the pillows were thin and not my favorite but hey now you know to bring your own if you're particular (I only can speak for my room #4). Sheets were nice! A/C worked Amazing which I was in control of! Bathroom with Sink Toilet and Shower is not attached to the room is a private bathroom and down around the corner, very clean! Be sure to bring your soap and shampoo as they are not provided. Owner, "Hospitable Michael" an American speaks Perfect English which is soooo helpful. Next door is a nice man named Ken who rents Kayaks, bikes, snorkel gear and maybe other stuff "very convenient", reasonable prices and rentals are in my opinion in good condition. Other options for hoteling/moteling are there on Culebra but this location was the quietest compared to some others that are nearest the Ferry Dock. The Kokomo Hotel Bar ground floor of the hotel is nice too.'

Warren from Islip, Usa; October 2013:
'I thought it was a good place to stay for the price! Location great, shower and AC great too!'

alfredo ortiz from veha baja, puerto rico; October 2013:
'I enjoyedmy stay very much the location couldn't be anymore convenient "perfect". The room was very clean and was perfect for what I needed, which is hot water comfortable bed the service was excellent the terrace has a a beautiful view. The price could not be beat !! I WILL DEFINITELY STAY THERE AGAIN !'

Jerry Von Tress from San Juan , PR; October 2013:
'Very large, we had a good time and no issues. enjoyed the stay '

Steve Smith from Etroubles, Italy; October 2013:
'Mike and his employees were extra nice and always helpful. However, the bed in my room was very uncomfortable and in dire need of a new mattress.'

Maria from Ponce, Puerto Rico; September 2013:
'Good place to stay for location and price. No luxuries but it's great to stay in Culebra and have a bed, clean bathroom with warm water and AC. Notes to management: I was handed my room key by a person at the bar whom did not even verify my ID (anyone could say my name and pick up the key I assume). The gate that leads to the rooms which I was told was there to make the place safer was always open (not so safe). I think you should specify on your page and make it clear that the bathrooms are detached from rooms I saw a few guests were confused (assigned keys for privacy is a plus though). Overall good experience.'

Marie sylvestre from San Juan, Puerto Rico; August 2013:
'It was a pleasure staying at the hotel!! I really enjoyed the experience! !'

Annette Murphy from Puerto Rico, Carolina; July 2013:
'Todo muy bien, excelente localización, limpieza, trato y ambiente tranquilo. Sólo deseo hacer la observación de que la suite debe tener televisión y radio, pues después de las 6:00 pm todo es demasiado tranquilo. Gracias!'

Annette Murphy from Puerto Rico, Carolina; July 2013:
'Todo muy bien, excelente localización, limpieza, trato y ambiente tranquilo. Sólo deseo hacer la observación de que la suite debe tener televisión y radio, pues después de las 6:00 pm todo es demasiado tranquilo. Gracias!'

Annette Murphy from Puerto Rico, Carolina; July 2013:
'Excelente localización, buen trato y muy limpio. Pero deben de al menos tener televisión y radio, pues luego de las 6 de la tarde en la isla no hay nada que hacer, debido a que los comercios cierran muy temprano. Gracias!!! Muy complacida..'

Noel Cruz from San Juan , Puerto Rico; July 2013:
'Excelente lugar las personas súper amables Mi hab. #7 era simple pero súper acogedora Me encanto la ubicación excelente frente del ferry Y David el Administrador súper buena persona Espero regresar pronto. Excellent place people super amiability My room #7 it's so simpler bot very comfort I love the location it's very closes to the ferry And David the administrator is a great person I hope to come back soon'

Sheila Aponte from Guayama, Puerto Rico; July 2013:
'Me encanto buen ambiente, comodidad y buena atencion.'

from Humacao, PR; June 2013:
'Es un hotel accesible si llegas en lancha pero lamentablemente no està en condiciones para pernoctar en èl. Las camas tienen matress finitos y con hoyos, no importa del lado que te acomodes, y las ventanas no tienen cortinas, tuvimos que poner unas toallas par que no se viera para adentro. El ruido de los negocios no te dejan dormir. Ademàs, se filtra. Lo unico positivo es la vista hermosa que tiene, nada màs. Ahhh, y las escaleras estàn tan empinadas que se hace difìcil subir las maletas y agarrarte del pasamanos.'

Marie Villanueva from San Juan, PR; June 2013:
'The place was ok, nevertheless they should give a rehab to painting and leaning curtains; besides you can tell the place is good for those who like hanging out all the time and not to be relax. Our experience was good, we were on week days were is less active around, but for those who want relaxation they should pick somewhere else.'

Ivan Rodriguez from Caguas , Puerto Rico ; May 2013:
'Rundown hotel out of date stayed on 05/20-21/2013, didn't even bother spending the night, went back to the mainland on same day, I tried to get a cancelation two days prior to the booking date but the hotel denied the request.. The only positive thing was they let me check-in at 2:00 pm and I left by 5:00pm on same day so just imagin !!! Not to mention I paid $150.00 for one night, so don,t make the same mistake see reviews before booking !!'

veronika castro from lima, peru; April 2013:
'was amazing the peiple in the hostel was friendly and i spent a good time at culebra '

jennifer hill from atlanta, usa; April 2013:
'awesome time at hotel kokomo!...every time we stay in culebra we will be staying here! can't wait to come back! '

Robert Chamberlain from Chicago, US; April 2013:
'Had a great time,thanks.'

John Hall from Hurricane, US; April 2013:
'Consider this part #2 - having read my previous comments and some of the others made. I was unable to recognize or connect to any WiFi and that was supposed to be available. Of course there is no TV or radio of any kind (but that was a blessing actually, we weren't there for that). The bed I slept in could have been a hammock in disguise. It was a bed for two, but I would have had to be seriously in love with any other person in that bed, because we would have been in contact the entire night. The windows did not all work - but most did. Cleanliness is a relative standard. The whole building is old and worn. The place was not clean, but it was not horribly dirty. Do bring something to wear on your feet. The bathroom floor seemed to stay wet - not sure from where all the water came. I would not want to spend much time there. It was very glorious to wake up in the morning to roosters crowing and the ferry boat arriving/taking off - the hustle and bustle of the little town - that was enjoyable. For perspective, I do not drink alcohol, but it sounds like those who enjoyed this do. I do agree with the comments on the bakery downstairs too - they had good food and sandwiches, plus the lady who ran the place was VERY sweet and courteous. They are open early, but close at 1:30. Zaco Taco's is REALLY good just down the street a bit. The Dingy Dock was a great dinner. Mamacita's was a BIG disappointment - I don't think they really wanted any customers - the other places did. The beaches are BEAUTIFUL and the island is a jewel. Check out all the options before committing to any one place. '

John Hall from Hurricane, US; April 2013:
'This is not meant to be ugly - my stay was quite good overall and I don't know of much that I would change - but this room was a disappointment. Space wise it was great. There was a lot of room. The bedroom with an air conditioner was a life saver because it not only cooled us off, but it drowned out the music of Friday night that was SO LOUD . . . it was from the ground level, but sounded like they were right there in the apartment, except for being able to close that door and drown out a lot of the noise from this live band. There were fans for the other rooms, but personally I detest having air blow over me while I'm trying to sleep. They did stir the air well enough for non-sleeping situations. Secondly, there were little tiny ants in the apartment. We could not leave any food on the counter or in the kitchen shelves. We had to put food in the microwave or refrigerator to keep the ants out. Lastly, the bathroom was in pitiful, but usable, shape. The commode lid was broken. The shower curtain was torn from several of its rungs - about five were torn out. I rigged it by creating new holes in "non-torn" areas of the curtain . . . so it worked OK. The water was never "Hot" but we did not really need hot water. There were good bath towels, but no hand wash clothes. There were no paper, or non-paper towels in the kitchen. The location is GREAT for the view - this room's view is gorgeous - well, the front porch looks out to the receiving bay of the ferry. If you plan to travel over by ferry - DO NOT EVEN THINK of renting a car. Cars cost $45 or more per day and there is not that many places to go that you cannot walk to or get a taxi. You'll save money if you rent here by just taking the ferry and walking/taking taxi's. The check-in and check-out was simple. Go into the downstairs bar and pick up the key to start. Drop the key off in a slot on the second floor when departing. There was no contact with any one at the hotel other than a young lady at the counter of the bar on the first floor. There was no place to call (that I was aware of) for any kind of help or advice. Would I stay there again? I sort of doubt it - but I would not refuse it. The expectations just need to be lowered if you are used to nice hotels/motels. '

Elisabeth Malloy from Salt Lake City , USA; April 2013:
'Don't bother staying here. No guest services and amenities are falsly advertised. Camp at Flemenco Besch least you are aware of what to expect in advance.'

robert hope from vega alta, pr; April 2013:
'The hotel stay was nice the only thing bad was the tolet would not flush because the chain was broken and the room had no hot water to shower with.'

Lori Myers from Bowling Green, KY, USA; March 2013:
'Stayed in Room 4 for a couple days before my rental house became available. Very clean & comfy for the price. Great location. Friendly staff.'

Steven Colon from , ; March 2013:
'Si estas buscando unas vacaciones de lujo, con servicio. Al cuarto, desayunos, una enorme piscina el hotel kokomo no es el indicado. No obstante, los cuartos son bastante limpios, y bien cuidados. Son cuartos pequenos, pero en mi caso, una cama y un pequeno bano era todo lo que necesitaba. Lo recomiendo.'

Kyne from Singapore, Singapore; March 2013:
'Michael and the staff are all very friendly, approachable and helpful. I thank them for their hospitality. The room that I stayed in was Room 4; it was small, but I didn't have high expectations, so that didn't bother me much. It was interesting to experience having to bathe in a private bathroom which was situated about a 10-second walk away from the room though.'

from , ; March 2013:
'Hotel Kokomo is in a great location and offers a comfortable place to stay on Culebra. '

Denise & Bob Earle from Wolfeboro/Boqueron, USA; February 2013:
'Two night stay at Kokomo's PH Sailfish Suite. Tons of room with the two bedrooms, living-dining-kitchen open area & a nice big bathroom. Breezes off the bay kept it nice & cool but the air condtioned if needed. Great to be able to make coffee in the morning, keep cold beer & wine (and groceries of course) in the fridge. It was a good value. The best was our patio that over looks Dewey's town square, ferry dock, and bay. Cocktails at sunset after a day at Flamingo Beach...can't beat it! If your looking for fancy luxury this isn't it, but it was clean and staff always about to help out with directions, island questions, & there is a place to store luggage if you arrive before check in or are checking out but still spending the day. Next door great little bakery (try the cheese & honey danish roll~to die for). Little bar below the rooms, we were there weekdays, don't know how loud it gets on weekends, but bar noise (kareoke) ceased around 11-12 o'clock. Can't speak for the regular rooms, but we'd definately recommend the top floor suites because of their size & amenities. Would stay again! Many thanks to Ken, Mike & the girls in the bakery...we had a great time.'

Teppo Woods from Helsinki, Finland; February 2013:
'Hi Everything went well. The room was nice enough and we had a good stay. Only thing that I was a bit disappointed was that the wifi didn't work in the room. But like said, everything was good. Teppo Woods'

Eddie Robles from Orlando, USA; February 2013:
'Got Rm#7. Just a bed and a shower. But perfect for me. Room was clean. This is NOT a place to stay if you are looking for "luxury". Staff is almost never available. Otherwise if all you need is a clean place to "crash" at night, this is it! Michael was very accommodating to me, for a last minute request, and the price is just right. Thanks Michael '

jose ramirez from bayamon, puerto rico; February 2013:
'the worse place to stay. bed are a nightmare. there is a pub on the first floor cant slep with the noise. there is no front desk or anybody to help. a/c is not the correct for the side of the room. the only good thing is near the ferry dock and place is clean.'

paul hughes from greenlawn, usa; February 2013:
'We stayed at th Kokomo feb 7th and the 8th 2013. Place was clean and the beds very confortable. We liked the location and enjoyed walking to the shops and places to eat. The fact that it was right across from the ferry was great. We read reveiws about the music playing very loadly until all hours of the morning, but it was no issue with us. Maybe because we were on the 3rd floor. Only issue we had was that the toilet seat was broken when we got there, cleaning personal had to have known this and should have fixed. Overal we enjoyed our stay and would stay there again. Already recommended to a friend.'

david boe from Stewartville Mn, usa; November 2012:
'This place is not the Ritz and they do not pretend to be, the Hotel Kokomo is basic, clean, functional short term lodging located on a beautiful island in the eastern Caribbean. My brother and I enjoyed our stay found everything we needed to be in proper working order, the staff we met were helpful and friendly. ...We read the comments left by other travelers and became even more interested in our plans to visit the Kokomo...shame on all of the shortsighted snooty self effacing "travel experts" who took the time to share their disappointment in their expectations of the Hotel Kokomo. The Kokomo rocks and I will be back. '

Jordi Garcia Vermeulen from Madrid, Spain; November 2012:
'Waste of time and money. Made a reservation for three nights, but decided to stay less because of the state of the whole place... Disgusting!'

octavio velazquez from bronx, ; November 2012:
'The suite was what i needed ,yet they could work on the check in procedure ,ac and the stair way to suite.Other than that is good '

Paul Gamer from Milford,Pa, USA; September 2012:
'If all you want is a room to sleep this place is fine. The room consists of a bed, and two chairs. The bathroom was around the corner but my wife and I didn't mind going out the back door to look at the stars when we went to the bathroom. The room was clean and the location was great.'

Paul Gamer from Milford, Pa, USSA; September 2012:
'If all you need is a room to sleep while visiting Culebra this place is fine. The room consists of a bed, two chairs air conditioning and a clean bathroom. '

Michelle Alvarez from San Juan, Puerto Rico; January 2012:
'enjoyed the stay at the hotel. the place is very clean, spacious, nice with a beautiful view. convenient location if you arrive by ferry and walking distance to enjoy nightlife and fine dining'

Frieda Patterson from Queens, NY, USA; October 2011:
'Very depressing room, very dated, no lamp shade, bathroom too far. Hotel was pretty empty, person in charge should have provided better room! Charged for cleaning service, but not provided. I would return, but I would suggest to improve the appearance of the room. For low season, too high priced. Suggestion: offer discounts for tours, local bars or transportation.'

Basilio Camacho from Barcelona, Spain; September 2011:
'My experience at Kokomo was a very unpleasant one due to the following reasons: First of all, no one available to provide room keys at check in. I waited for hours to find someone that could help me with check in and provide room keys. I had to ask the houskeeping lady for assistance since there was noone at reception, actually there is no reception at this place at all. In addition, the rooms are outdated, ugly and need some paint, uncomfortable beds and linens, and even worst a very noisy place due to constant construction activities starting as early as 7am next to rooms and terrible customer service. None of this info is available to customers at the time of booking. This place lacks all the amenities from real hotels, even though is being wrongly classified as or called Hotel. It is just an insult to many hotel chains around the world and even in the island of Culebra. The name Kokomo is supposed to imply “relaxing fun in the sun” but it is just a stressful stay under the sun due to treatment to customers. I returned the room keys to the hotel owner personally, and he did not even ask or seem to care about why I was checking out sooner than expected. I decided to live this place after the third night out a 6 day stay (he was aware of that), fully pay since it was booked through His answer was a simple, "OK". Like nothing happened, and my answer to his response was, "I am going to a real hotel". It just lacks everything that is expected from a posada so just imagine from a hotel. I’ve stayed in many hotels around the world and this place should just be shut down by pertinent agencies. In addition, booking companies should further investigate places like this and evaluate the info provided, including pictures, services, amenities, and all the extras that are not mentioned in their descriptions or services (e.g. noises, dirt, constructions, etc) . The advertisement of "Hotel" Kokomo should be considered as a misleading advertisement under the Puerto Rico Law (DACO).'

Ramon Morales from San Juan, United States; September 2011:
'great place, clean and very good price. '

Madeline Cintron from W.F, Tx; August 2011:
'I was expecting a way more that what I receive as a customer services, the employ in charge was drunk when I ask for my room at 8 pm !! And I wan't inform that my bathroom was going to be separate from my room. Esperaba mucho mas de lo que recibí, el empleado que debía asignarme mi cuarto estaba borracho a las 8 de la noche y nadie previo a mi reservación me había informado que el baño de mi habitación era fuera de la misma. '

Marcos Giovannie Martell from Toa Alta, PR; July 2011:
'Hi, my name is Sonia rodriguez I made a reservation for Hotel Kokomo for the days from july 22 to 26. The Hotel have a good location for little time visitors., But after we look for the facilities we realized that there are so many risk factors there, so we decide to move to other place. In the first place we notice that there is no security of any kind. Second we ask for another room to the administrator who was very kind, helpfull and friendly. He gave us the uption of Room 12 but this one was at the third floor and in my opinion the stairs are very dangerous because it have some open areas in the higher level and we went to our trip with two kids of four and three years. On the other hand, Kokomo have an expectacular view of the port and a great location for one night. Finally I think that if you make some repair and security items to the stairs and offer some kind of security KOKOMO WILL BE A BETTER PLACE TO STAY AT CULEBRA.'

Ariana Cruz from San German, Puerto Rico; July 2011:
'Bueno, la estadia fue solo por una noche y la pasamos super bien en Culebra. Me hubiese gustado que el apartamento tuviese un televisor. Pues no lo tenia. Todo estaba muy limpio y organizado pero el aire acondicionado es muy pequeno para el cuarto y no enfria muy bien. Pasamos la noche con calor, y aparte habia muchos mosquitos en el cuarto.'

Amarilis Cruz from Orocovis, Puerto Rico; July 2011:
'Es la tercera vez q nos quedamos en Kokomo. Pero esta vez fue diferente ya q encontramos las facilidades deterioradas. Gabinetes rotos, matres en malas condiciones, muebles manchados, entre otras cosas. Pero lo peor es que en la parte de abajo abrieron un Pub donde hacen kariokis hasta altas horas de la noche y el ruido es insoportable dentro de la habitacion aun teniendo todas ventanas cerradas y el aire acondicionado prendido. No podiamos dormir nada. Creo q lo pensaria dos veces para volver. '

Amarilis Cruz from Orocovis, Puerto Rico; July 2011:
'Es la tercera vez q nos quedamos en Kokomo. Pero esta vez fue diferente ya q encontramos las facilidades deterioradas. Gabinetes rotos, matres en malas condiciones, muebles manchados, entre otras cosas. Pero lo peor es que en la parte de abajo abrieron un Pub donde hacen kariokis hasta altas horas de la noche y el ruido es insoportable dentro de la habitacion aun teniendo todas ventanas cerradas y el aire acondicionado prendido. No podiamos dormir nada. Creo q lo pensaria dos veces para volver. '

Lionel Brignoni from Manati, Puerto Rico; June 2011:
'We have a great time in Culebra!!! The hotel was very cozy, everything was clean and the Sand Bar was great!!! If we have to return sure we stay again in Kokomo!!! Thanks!!!'

Gustavo Lopez from Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico; June 2011:
'Clean and good beds. No fans to help with circulation. The A/C was very small for the room and did not cool it at all. The bathroom needs an exhaust fan.'

Gustavo Lopez from Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico; June 2011:
'Clean and good beds, but the A/C was too small for the room and would not cool it properly. The roof fans are old and don't provide adequate circulation.'

Emmanuel Roman from Aguada, PR; June 2011:
'Great experience!!'

Emmanuel Roman from Aguada, PR; June 2011:
'Great experience!!!'

'Very cozy hotel. Not fancy at all, but nice enough to stay for a couple of days on the island. Convenient location and good price. '

Nataliya from , USA; May 2011:
'My daughter and I stayed at kokomo hotel, room 4 for four nights. If you need just bed at night and shower it's ok. Friday night was noisy because of a bar. Construction of next building awok us early morning at Monday. The mattress was firm. Cheap, simple room. I expected all of it. Great location. I'd stay here again.'

jossue rosado from vega alta, vega alta puerto rico; May 2011:
'muy bueno comodo pero le deberian de poner cortinas a las ventanas del cuarto y corchas para el frio pero de todo lo demas ecelente servicio del jefe y su empleada. Un buen lugar para llegar y acomodarce para luego ir a la playa!!!'

Hector Febus from Mayaguez, 165; April 2011:
'Super comodo, todo estaba en buenas condiciones, literalmente esta al lado del ferry. Probablemente me quede de nuevo :D.'

Miguel Correa from Lancaster, U.S; April 2011:
'The room was great. Easy access with the ferry right in front. '

Chris Rathbun from Kingston, MA, USA; April 2011:
'I had a fabulous time in Culebra! I rented a scooter and putted all over the place to find my beach -Zoni Beach, paradise, green water, no people, balmy breeze, a palm tree hacienda, perfect! Hotel Kokomo was, as advertised and described in reviews, inexpensive and noisy. The room was adequate for me without amenities like soap, shampoo, drinking glasses, TV or even housekeeping. I am a professional musician and needed a quiet getaway, which I found at the beach. When I go to a place far away from home I like to explore the local culture -food, architecture, music, crafts, etc. I really like Culebra without food chains and resort palaces. One of the highlights was on Saturday night at Mamacita's with the "WIKI Sound Machine" percussion ensemble. They were amazing! Live music with wonderful passionate live musicians! The place was packed with happy dancers of all ages. I returned to my room to the deafening explosions of banging and screaming from the disc jockey in the dark empty bar downstairs managing typical pop recordings that you can get anywhere. What a disappointment. Don't get me wrong, I think Hotel Kokomo is a cool place and everyone there seems very nice. If I (somebody who doesn't live there and doesn't know anything about the economics of the place) were running the hotel, I would feature live music often -maybe on the back patio. I actually enjoyed listening to the locals playing their music through speakers in the parking lot. I like good Latin music. Unfortunately, it was playing at the same time as the club's and it got pretty messy sounding. Karaoke night gives a clue about creating a scene. People will come out to support their friends. There are hundreds of talented musicians in Puerto Rico. I would hold Open Mic nights until I found some local bands that could play live music for a reasonable price. A singing guitarist with a percussionist or a trio could be just right there! My comments are only meant to be helpful. I hope to come back. To quote the pilot on my return home, "....we'll be touching down in Boston in a few minutes. It is 46 degrees and drizzly..."'

MZ __ from Harwinton, US; April 2011:
'Two thumbs down. The mattresses are inexcusable. I rented room 8 (Turtle) in hopes that one of the 2 beds would have a decent, minimally acceptable mattress. Wrong. I also thought that being an interior room, it might be quiet enough to sleep. Wrong. The corridor outside the window has the kitchen door right below and the sound is deafening. The bartender left the door open and the door slammed all night long in the wind. BTW- She is usually outside smoking, and not watching over the lounge as is her job. As a result if you happen to forget your wallet on the bar someone will rob your cash. Not greeting a client upon arrival is the worst thing any service industry person can do. Whether the Four Seasons Beverly Hills or a hot dog stand on the street. Please - just acknowledge my presence. One thing I can say is you get a clean room. '

az _ from Bronx, US; April 2011:
'The two most positive reviews below are mine and I must rescind them after my recent stay at Hotel Kokomo. People generally come to hotels to sleep and this is no longer possible in all but rooms 4 and 5. Even in those rooms most nights the speakers below are so loud the bed shakes until 2 am. If you ask the bartender to tun it down, she will scowl at you, ask the DJ instead. Another problem is the view-obliterating pier construction across the street that blocks what once was a beautiful view. This construction, according to the workers, will be going AT LEAST 2 MORE YEARS. The rude bartender below clearly thinks she is too important to greet you and offer a drink even though you have been waiting 10 minutes. The owner has decided to ignore the hotel and service aspects of the property and focus instead on happy hours and Karaoke nights in hopes of creating revenue. It will not work and he will be gone soon - like so many others I've seen come and go over the 17 years I've been going to Culebra. Room 4 is still the most tolerable, being so cheap, and actually has the best mattress and bathroom, albeit separate. Bring a sweatsuit the AC is right next to you.'

Ramon Jimenez from San Luis Potosi, Mexico; April 2011:
'For the price the worst hotel ever stayed, noise in the bar until the wee hours, noise early in the morning from the construction next door, nasty people working there nothing in the room is worth 50 dollars for the deposit, never again and I will tell as many people as I can'

Carla Rodz. from SJ, Puerto Rico; April 2011:
'The room was clean. It is a simple and basic room. The only thing we didn't like is that just below our room there was a bar and the music went on until 2am. The next morning at 8am they were playing "merengue" . If you like to party all night long, this will be a place for you because at 2am you wouldn't be at your room, but if you are like me, the 2am party will be a nightmare. '

Jeff Wingfield from Denver, us; March 2011:
'Great Place to stay in Culebra. Very well priced and the PH has a beautiful view of the ocean. Also, the staff is tremendous. Definitely will be coming back very soon.'

Rebekka Sprouse from VA, United States; March 2011:
'Unbeatable location and value! Very friendly owner and staff. We stayed in #4 and it was very quiet in the evenings, even though there is a bar that you can enjoy just downstairs. Next time we are in Culebra, we will be staying at Hotel Kokomo again!'

camille guguen from angers, france; March 2011:
'Cet hotel est très bien si on cherche un endroit pas très cher. Certes ce n'est pas le grand luxe et la déco est un peu vieillote mais la personne qui s'occupe de l'hotel est très agréable et nous a beaucoup aidé pour reserver une sortie en kayak. Il a aussi l'avantage d'être à 50m du débarquement du bateau et ce n'est en rien un inconvénient (pas de bruit de bateau...) C'est aussi le lieu de rencontre des personnes qui souhaitent aller à flamenco beach en taxis/bus. Vraiment idéal.'

Wanda Sanchez from Bronx New York, USA; January 2011:
'Love it, Micheal the owner of the establishment was excellent helpful and most accomadating. The suite PH 11 was very clean and we were very comfortable. the view was also good to watch the ferry boats and transportation was available so the need to rent a car was not needed. All in all we love it. Thanks for everything Michael.'

Daniel Jones from Decatur, GA, USA; January 2011:
'Loved the location, and Culebra was really amazing. Our one complaint was the fact that at 7am in sounded like there was construction going on IN our room because of what was going on right outside of our window.'

Liz LeBleu from Gulfport, MS, USA; January 2011:
'The reason we chose Hotel Kokomo was their reasonable prices. For a no frills stay on Culebra we are very happy with what we chose. The beds and pillows were a little uncomfortable and there was no window in our room, but we didnt spend much time their anyway. Calebra is not a place that would require spending much time in your room. There is a lively night life just down stairs as well as a breakfast spot right next to the bar to cure what ails you the next morning. The beach is a bit of a trek. We suggest either renting bikes or a car to get you to the beaches. The down town area is about a 1 1/2 hour walk to the famed Flamenco Beach. Kokomo is right down town and is a walk from many restaurants, the grocery store, and there is a beautiful small beach within a 10 minute walk as well. If you would like to rent a bike or a car we found that Dick and Cathy's will bring them to you and pick them up when you are finished. They are great people and have fantastic customer service! All in all, i would recommend Hotel kokomo to a friend but suggest hey bring a pillow! We loved our stay and will more than likely come back again with my pillow in hand!'

Francoise Remy de Cournon from NANCY, FRANCE; January 2011:
'I stayed for 2 nights (Jan 5-6, 11) in room 5: not exactly the best hotel I ever stayed in: NO WINDOW! I had to remove the board in the bathroom to have a little ventilation, and I understood why the windows had been boarded: a pizzeria is being built next to the hotel, but since it was holiday season, nobody was working on the construction site so we were not bothered by the noise from the workers, but rather by some rowdy vacationers in the middle of the night. The sheets felt like plastic, and the panel door to the bathroom does not close properly (not quite appropriate for a romantic stay!). Also, there were no toiletries (at least a little bar of soap would have been welcome). I won't complain about the lack of TV since I'm not a TV watcher, however, I could have done with a little fridge to store a few cold drinks (the beers downstairs are overpriced). There is some sort of a terrace in the back but nowhere to sit. There was no one in the office when I checked out (dia de los Reyes) so I had to schlep my luggage with me to the beach as I was taking the 5pm ferry.'

JULIO RUIZ from ponce, usa; January 2011:

Bethany from Springfield, IL, USA; December 2010:
'I was very happy with Hotel Kokomo Suite 11. We stayed around the middle of december and had read some pretty bad reviews before we arrived in Culebra and were happy to find out these reviews were not true. The room is very spacious and has a kitchenette with refrigerator which helps to save money by not eating out everynight. It's equipped with pots/pans etc. that you would need to cook. The room was clean. There's a window unit AC which does a good job of cooling the bedroom. They didn't change sheets/towels daily but we were asked if we wanted them changed so if you ask it can be done. It may not be as quiet and peaceful as other more remote places to stay but overall I was really happy with what we got for the price.'

Wanda Rodriguez from Secaucus, USA; September 2010:
'Ok place to stay, nothing fancy or modern. I would recommend staying in the suite room, the other rooms not nice at all. I will say it clean & most important free of rodents or roaches. The view fromt he Suites was really nice. If your looking for a 5 Star location this is not for you.'

Jose Gonzalez from , Puerto Rico; August 2010:
'estuve alli en el cuarto 4 por 2 noches y 3 dias y en verdad no me quejo para un lugar bien tranquilo y sencillo. para el precio es lo mejor que hay...vale la pena si es para lo que yo fui... yo lo que queria era estar en la playa y por ahi.. solo se usa el cuarto para dormir. el aire le funciona perfectoy aunque el bano no esta en el mismo cuarto no habia nadie por los pasillos y tampcoo esta tan lejos.. en verdad me vuelvo a quedar'

Juan Rodriguez from Key Largo, US; August 2010:
'Great location,good for the price!!'

Ruth Broche from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico; August 2010:
'We stay in Kokomo for 5 days at room #7. We were very please with the room for the price and location. It is really affordable and have our basic needs. A full bed, air conditioning, fan and our own bathroom. We arrive and they were expecting us. Two towels were included and basic bed covers. For those who may tend to get cold I recommend you bring some extra blanket and also more towels for the beach, etc. You should bring your own soap, shampoo, etc. We brought this things because we look for information before arriving. It would be nice if Kokomo could provide them, at least some basic. Also in the case when people are staying for long days or week it would be nice if bedding and towels could be change. In general we love our stay and the location is near everything you may need. At night if you like music and have some fun on the first floor there is a bar which is open until late. If you are like us, who love to have fun, get in touch with nature and only need basic things Kokomo is for you. Don't get there expecting a 5 star hotel. But prepare to have fun. Culebra is the best. Kokomo, expect us back in the near future.'

Edgardo Cruz from Dorado, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; August 2010:
'El PH Suite 12 es un excelente lugar para quedarse. Es espacioso, tiene todo lo necesario y esencial, bastante limpio y elegante. Definitivamente me quedaria nuevamente. Se le puede hacer varios arreglos para mejorarlo aun mas, como por ejemplo: un mejor acondicionador de aire y arreglar uno de los abanicos. Pero en general todo esta muy bien.'

Jose Grajales from Vega Baja, Puerto Rico; August 2010:
'Very good!'

Victor Guerra from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; August 2010:
'A very nice place to stay. I really liked how it was close to the port. I will be returning soon! Thank you Mark for the great stay!'

from Aguada, PR, ; August 2010:
'Very good place to stay... Owners are very friendly and they even let me store my luggage in a designated area while my room was being cleaned and after I did Checkout... I Stayed in suite #12 and I loved it. It was very clean and has everything I needed.'

Lisandra Marrero from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico; July 2010:
'this room was occupied by me and my other sister, even the room being small, this did not bother at all since it was clean and so was the bathroom. the only thing that bothered was the Karaoke Nights down in Gretchens bar that made it impossible to fall asleep. But for the price all the other things were ok, The only thing u need is to equip the rooms with TV and cable, for the rainy days!!!!!!!!!!!!'

Lisandra Marrero from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico; July 2010:
'this room was occupied by my sister her husband and their two toddlers, she commented that the room was comfortable, the bathroom was clean, the only thing was the Karaoke Nights down in Gretchens bar that made it impossible to sleep.'

Shelly Wilson from Houson, USA; July 2010:
'My comments are going to sound negative, but I would stay here again because it is cheap and the beaches/snorkeling in Culebra are worth it. This is just more so that someone can be prepared for the reality of Hotel Kokomo Room 4. The paint and such is clearly worn, the air conditioner was barely adequate (but it did work), the bed is hard, it smells musty, the bathroom is down the hall, around the corner, and down another hall, and the stairs are extremely steep. The was water rationing when I was there; so water was only on ~2 hours/day (no flushing toilets, washing hands, showers, etc). It was super easy to grab a taxi to Flamenco beach ($3) and walk over to Carlos Rosario for snorkeling with almost no one around. The ferry is directly across the road (easier for a 6:30am departure). Watch out for sea urchins at the other snorkel place (starts with an M).'

Annukka Junnila from Helsinki, Finland; July 2010:
'Clean, simple and affordable accomodation. Great location. Definitely a good deal!'

Joe Villari from Elgin, USA; July 2010:
'I had a wonderful visit to Culebra. Hotel Kokomo offered me a safe and centrally located place to stay at an affordable price.'

Joerg Freckmann from Berlin, Alemania; July 2010:
'My stay at this hotel was not at all nice. Downstairs in the office a very unfriendly woman. The room more than only basic. At night noise because of the bar downstairs. Nobody cleans the room. The only good thing: the AC was working (very loud).My tip:dont stay.Spend a bit more in another guesthouse!'

melissa villalba from boston,ma, usa; June 2010:
'The hotel was in best area and we were lucky to have been right in front of the ferry. We also liked the fact that the scuba rental office was right next door for extra convenience. We walked to Playa Melones from the hotel and it wasn't very far at all, maybe a 20-30 minute walk:) it was a great place to snorkel and to be all alone on the beach! It was also nice to be in walking distance (less than 10 mins)to the colmado and some good restaurants. The rooms were tight and just basic to fit most travelers needs. It was clean but there was some kind of white crusty stuff on our sink faucet and a very pungent smell that came from the bathroom. (maybe a cleaning solvent?)It was kind of too strong for us and permeated the room. Our only issues were that the air conditioning didn't work at all. It just blew out hot air and the ceiling fan did little to cool the room down. Also, we didn't know that the only restaurant/club/bar in town that stayed open til 12am +/- was right under our room. The noise was bothersome and we couldn't get any sleep until it closed. Plus, in the pictures it looked like a box spring mattress came with the bed. We didn't have one and we woke up with sore backs. '

'Bueno muchas personas escriben que no pasarian ni una noche pero realmente yo la pase expectacular. El cuarto me encanto y era muy comodo por eso vuelvo en julio lastima que el cuarto que me tocas es el 7 pero como se como sera espero pasarla igual. Es un ambiente muy acojedor y lleno de tranquilidad al igual que es muy accesible al puerto al momento de llegar y partir. Gracias por este bello lugar es muy bueno y se lo recomiendo a todas las personas que quieran pasar un fin de semana excelente en Culebra con un ambiente familiar. '

Peter Thompson from DeKalb, IL, USA; May 2010:
'Hotel Kokomo was inexpensive and conveniently located. It was not particularly well furnished or well staffed but it is, I believe, the least expensive place on the island and I managed to sleep here and meet lots of good people in and around the bar downstairs. Would stay here again.'

angelica perez from astoria, new york; May 2010:
'Upon arrival to Culebra, we walked right into vacation planners to ask if they have lockers where we could store our suitcases since it was only 10am. They were very nice and helpful from the minute we stepped in. We stored our suitcases and headed to Flamenco Beach. We came back round 330pm the rooms are very small but clean its like being at someones house in PR. I dont mind a small hotel room when i know im not gonna be in the room. we had a shower and we brought our own shampoo and soap and towels. The next day we asked downstairs where to rent bikes, they offered to call for us but our cel worked so we called ourselves. If your low key and just want a bed to sleep at nite this is the place...if your high maintenance and picky do not stay here. i will def go back bcuz you cant beat the price and location.'

a z from NYC, US; May 2010:
'I have been going to Culebra for about 15 years. Little has changed on the island during that time, gracias a Dios. There is still almost no crime and the beaches as pristine as ever. If you want amenities go elsewhere - Culebra is not about amenities- it's about the humbling splendor of the Caribbean - barely changed since Columbus first saw it. If you read a review of Hotel Kokomo that is disparaging, the author is likely a spoiled, pretentious person. Hotel Kokomo is a clean, comfortable and friendly place to have as your base in Culebra. I always bring pajamas, since you only get 1 sheet to keep warm at night against the AC, otherwise I adore this place The patio and lounge are the best spot to see the sun set and party into the night. Kokomo is where the cool, friendly, interesting people go after a long lazy day (unlike Mammacita's, where you can count on being ignored, abused and ripped off). Go to "El Batey" for delicious food at great prices. If you must rent a car use Carlos, not Jerry. Trust me on this one. Get a bike instead!! - from Dick and Kathy. They are the BEST! Go to Culebra and you will become an addict, like me. '


Cilia Maria Ruiz-Paz from Alexandria, VA, USA; May 2010:
'The hotel was clean and very accessible, although a little bit noisy. The price for the studio was the cheapest and reasonable for what was received, but the bathroom being outside the room warranted it. We didn't see any insects and the temperature was adequate. A mirror in the room would have been nice.'

Beth Soto from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; April 2010:
'THE PICTURES DO NOT DO IT JUSTICE! Me and my party stayed at Penthouse 11. We did not like that the gate was easily accessible (anyone can get in). The stairs were really steep, so I recommend you don't bring little ones. The beds weren't very comfy. The bedroom's closet is difficult to open and the air doesn't cool as well as it should. The place was ready for us, fully equipped, and with a great window/balcony view. We were definitely impressed with how spacious it was and just how prepared the place was for us. There's the microwave, coffee maker, pots, utensils, and towels. Very fast and easy to find and check in and out. The people working at Vacation Planners were kind and allowed us to leave our stuff for the rest of the day after checkout. All-in-all, it was a nice stay. '

Oscar Quinones from Aguadilla, PR; March 2010:
'Loved the stay at Kokomo. It was very spacious, neat and clean. Perfect location across the ferry terminal in downtown area. Walking distance to the colmados, bars, and food places. The perfect place for a group of people to stay in, not so much for a honeymoon. :) '

Jack Gilbert from Pittsburgh, Pa, USA; March 2010:
'I had a great stay at Hotel Kokomo. I was in the Sailfish Penthouse and had plenty of space and great views of the harbor. Thanks Mike, see you next year!'

Alex Cadavid from Atlantic City, NJ, USA; March 2010:
'For the price you can't beat it. Great location! Take your own sheets and towels for an extended stay. Would be really nice if the hotel provided at least a radio. Overall, if your just looking for a place to sleep and shower this is the perfect place at the right price! '

Mark Lybarger from Columbus, US; February 2010:
'I stayed 5 nights at the hotel kokomo. The room was all it was presented as. I got the cheep 44/night room with a bathroom around the corner. There was ac in the room and it was close to everything around. The staff was really great. The room was clean and had a bed for me to sleep in which was all i really wanted on the paradise island of Culebra. I could have used a few other things, and there was space in the room for a coffee maker, microwave, fridge, small/simple cooking maybe. there might have been reviews about noises, etc? i had not troubles sleeping, it was the roosters every morning at 4:30 that would wake me up. they're unavoidable as they live on the island like squirrels; they're everywhere. I would highly recommend this hotel for anyone except the princess and the pea. it's not a luxry resort, it's a cheap place to stay in paradise. If you go, and want to take a day trip to Culebrita, I'd highly recommend contacting Nelson who works at the Ferry about a trip. He and Norman were great guides for a water taxi. We paid about 40/person, which included round trip. Dropped off in the morning and picked up at an established time. '

Michael Hodgins from Westbrook, CT, USA; February 2010:
'This was the 3rd year that I stayed at Kokomo. The hotel suits me perfectly, especially room #4. This is the best deal that I know of on Culebra and I will be back again as soon as possible. Mike H. '

Dennis Flynn from Indianapolis; Indiana, USA; February 2010:
' Location was wonderful for the two of us. The pier for the water taxi was right out front, all land running shuttles begin and end here also. VERY QUIET and restful, and a fabulous pizza parlor plus a row of resturaunts about a 1/2 block away.Roseario Beach is better/ more than what a person would imagine. Well worth the hike. Only comment for improvement is for Hotel Kokomo to add Televisions to the room. Excellent shop near the bridge for the canal (name unknown yet the gentlemans name who owned the place was named Jorge') a local aspiring artist. Well worth a visit. '

Herman T from Los Angeles, CA, USA; February 2010:
'I would first of all like to thank Hotel Kokomo for your incredible hospitality and comfort during our stay last December. While we had many choices to stay at I really enjoyed the comfort of a friendly staff, easy transportation access, and all that Isla Culebra has to offer. My wife and I will never forget the unbelievable time we shared like when we drank fresh Coco juice together on Zoni Beach or after walking for over 30 minutes only to end up on a small secluded amazing beach north of Carlos Rosario Beach, we fell in love again there! We enjoyed ourselves so much we would like to return and next summer with some friends to "Experience Culebra" all over again!'

Ben Yee from New York, USA; January 2010:
'Kokomo is perfectly convenient, welcoming, clean, and affordable.'

alan zychek from los angeles, us; January 2010:
'So you want to go to paradise but aren't super-wealthy? Don't want to sleep in the rain with the mosquitos? Here's the answer.. Kokomo Room #4. A pleasant walk down the hall leads to your bathroom which is pristine! Tons of hot water pressure sure feels good after a day at the beach and then you're in the center of what little action(night life?) this amazing island has. Oh, and it's about 40 bucks a night. I've stayed in 5 and 7. Nice rooms but come on - new mattress time. Thanks Mara for taking care of me and Hector for the hat that saved my skin and turning me on to Ron de Barrilito. Very hospitable. Be sure to hit up Dick and Kathy for your bike - incredible vaca thanks guys.'

Orlando Francisquelo from Buenos Aires, Argentina; January 2010:
'A very nice experience, the people at the hotel is ready to serve you and show a very professional and customer focused mindset. If you want to experience a couple of days in a non crowdly island, this is the place to go. Opportunity to make some improvement: I should add a TV set or radio into the rooms Orlando & Stella'

Lauren Smith from boston, ma; January 2010:
'enjoyed our stay! a few suggestions: -extra bath towel to use as a bath mat to keep water from leaking all over bathroom floor. -a floor mat outside of door to wipe sand from our feet so it doesnt track in the room. -another corner shelf in the opposite corner near the window. -another sheet or blanket on colder nights..we were freezing sometimes! all in all, a very good stay. people were very friendly and we enjoyed our time in culebra.'

Juan Delacruz from gainesville, FL, USA; January 2010:
'Reasonably priced lodging with a beautiful view. Hotel has everything, including hot water. Great little bar downstairs! Overall, I plan to stay there again in the future'

Eldon Peters from Chapel Hill, United States; January 2010:
'The rooms are simple, but the staff was incredible. They knew everyone on the island and greeted you like an old friend. The attention to small details and the thoughtfulness of the staff surpasses any hotel staff at any level. Thank you for a wonderful time!'

from Tucson, AZ, USA; January 2010:
'The location is really good and the staff was awesome. The room had screens on its windows (no mosquitoes allowed), they provided two towels and the AC was so cold we had to set it to low (which is a plus when it's so hot outside). However, one must be honest and point out a few things that need improvement. First, the bed was hard as rock and the platform looked home made. There was no soap in the room. For $75/night one would expect at least a 50 cent bar of soap (specially when one needs to put in a $50 deposit on top of the rent). Also, the shower was bent inwards onto the wall such that one had to lean against the wall to get wet. That was quite annoying on top of having to clean off the sea water with water only and no soap. '

Christian from Boston, ; December 2009:
'My girlfriend and I stayed at the Kokomo a few nights. Sure, this is probably not the Ritz (I wouldn’t know) but it’s a decent place to crash and the island of Culebra is such a beautiful place and the people there (locals and most of the tourists) are so friendly that you don’t care. There is a bed. You can have a shower and the staff is friendly. If you want a spa, a tennis court and a wellness center – go somewhere else!'

Boris from NYC, ; December 2009:
'I stayed at room 4 one night, it wasn't the greatest considering it only had a bed and a bathroom but me and my girlfriend just needed a place to crash. If you plan to stay make sure you take the basics like shampoo and soap...they do provide towels. Would styay there again!'

Mindy Han from Singapore, Singapore; June 2009:
'Before we came, we had seen some mixed reviews for Hotel Kokomo. However, it was such a great bargain (in terms of price and location) that we decided to give the place a chance anyway. I'm really glad we did - Hotel Kokomo exceeded all our expectations, it was clean, comfortable and centrally-located, not to mention very reasonably priced. It's not a private villa or anything, of course, but I would definitely stay there again. Being a ship freak, it was a bonus to be able to watch the ferry boats load and unload just minutes from the front door.'

Liz pacilio from Dublin, NH, USA; June 2009:
'As always, we had a wonderful time in Culebra! Just an FYI: we did see a few large roach like critters in our penthouse apartment, which was not the case when we stayed in January. However, we would definitely stay at Hotel Kokomo again, and look forward to it! Thank you.'

Khatera Ahmad from NY, US; May 2009:
'Hi, I got an email from Kokomo and also from Pay Pal saying that I have been refunded my $50, but I have not yet seen the refund in my statement. How soon will this refund show up in my statement? Regards, Khatera'

'pase unas vacaciones formidables en culebra. el hospedaje en el apartamento sailfish12 en kokomo fue excelente, espacioso y comodo. puede mejorar cambiando la perilla de la ducha y la tostadora. gracias por todo lo recomiendo, y cuando vuelva a culebra lo volvere alquilar. bye'