If you take a junior suite, (as I did) You will have a very comfortable room with partial ocean view. Spacious. The good thing about the hotel, is the location. 20 m away from the sea, beautiful sunset by the terrasse, a nice small swiming pool that my kid enjoyed a lot. The restaurant is quiet good but expensive, but you get a free morning breakfast buffet with a lot of choices. If you practice wind sports, then you are in the right place. Around the beach oyu get 20 restaurants.
My room was on the street side, and once you get over your jetlag, it can get pretty noisy (earplugs were a big help). Either way, demand you be given a room on the beach side, which is much more quiet.
There's two bars on that side though, and they regularly play loud music as well, but at least they will stop at a certain point.
But then again, you're in El Yaque, and chances are you're there for the wind. I was at least, and being able to put on my shorts, grab a coffee and stroll within twenty seconds to my surfstation was just awesome.
Funny story; I brought a girl to my room (2-bed room for which I had paid a surplus) and at 4:00 AM this nightguard started banging on the door demanding I pay him money for the girl in my room.
I told him to get the hell away from my door and complained to the manager the next day. Somehow this guy doubted that his nightguard came up with something that stupid, and demanded I point the guard out to him. I said that I've given him all the information he needed and got to breakfast.
Breakfast is basic, but not bad. I enjoyed the toast, the cake and the coffee, and then I'd get some fruits in me to prepare me for a couple of hours on the water.
I'd recommend this to any windsurfer, but I'd tell couples to stay away from this place, because there too much stuff going on that you'd hate. If you're going there anyway, make sure you sleep on the beach side!
My wife and I arrived early evening after a very long and tiring journey from Hong Kong. A very surly receptionist who had practically no English told us bluntly that they had no record of our reservation and we were unceremoniously carted away to a very sub standard hotel up the road. We were finally able to check in two days later to the so called 'Penthouse Suite'. This had a permanent leak from the wall in the bathroom next to the toilet, airconditioners which sounded like diesel trucks and frequently fired great torrents of water at the occupants of the beds below and four Spanish TV channels. The included breakfast was awful!
Do not on any account visit this area close to Easter. There is literally standing room only on the beach and the traffic and noise unbearable!