The Vieques Guesthouse is a 3-minute walk to the Malecón in Esperanza, making it the ideal location for enjoying our beaches, restaurants, shops, and nightlife, without having to rent a car or be disturbed by the occasional noise from evening festivities on the Malecón. We are the only barrio (neighborhood) on the island with pick-up locations for tours of the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world.
We here at The Vieques Guesthouse are on a journey to renovate and upgrade the entire facility. The building was originally constructed in the 1970s and has been through several renovations over the years. The guesthouse was purchased by its present owners in the summer of 2015. We welcome you warmly to join us as we embark on this transition, hoping that our pleasant and attentive service will make your stay memorable, encouraging you to return in the future and watch us grow.
Steve and Niki Kult, the present owners, fell in love with Vieques on their first trip to the island. They saw the potential for a new life and decided to sell their newly remodeled dream house in Nebraska along with most of their worldly possessions in order to pursue the, "Lets move to an island," fantasy.
The Vieques Guesthouse,
From room choices that accommodate almost any traveler, to a tropical environment, to peaceful balconies and a roof top patio with expansive views of the Caribbean Sea, The Vieques Guesthouse will offer you a memorable experience. The owners pride themselves in taking care of their guests and making them feel at home, while providing a relaxed atmosphere from the first moment they step through the front door.
The Vieques Guesthouse is perfect for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, groups traveling together, or a visit before or after a Caribbean cruise. We are located a short walk from the restaurants, bars, and shops on the Malecón in Esperanza. You will be within walking distance of Esperanza Beach and Sun Bay Beach (the only beaches on Vieques with restrooms and food for sale). The Sun Bay facility also contains Media Luna beach, Navio beach, and the world's brightest Bioluminescent Bay. If you are looking for some quiet time, we can direct you to a few hidden beaches where you are more likely to see a horse than another person.
The Vieques Wildlife Refuge is a 5 minute drive and contains several gorgeous beaches. The ferry terminal in Isabel II, and the airport are less than 15 minutes by car. Once you are here you can join one of many sight-seeing or water sports tours, join the weekend revelry with the locals on the Malecón, explore on your own (it is an island, you cannot get lost), or just grab a book and find a shady spot on a secluded beach.