105 Calle de La Fortaleza, San Juan, PR 00901
105 Calle de La Fortaleza San Juan PR
Clothing Store, Store
Monday 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PMOpen now
About the business
Ole Puerto Rico - Genuine Panama Hats
Buy a genuine panama hat ! Visit the tiny, old-fashioned emporium called Olé, which sells hand-fitted Panama hats that you can customize yourself. call us now!!!
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Recent Google Reviews
Joe Prete said 5 years ago
This place was everything I read about. I'm 22 and I don't know much about hats but the staff made me feel comfortable and they were very helpful. I was able to find exactly what I wanted. They even helped me get a hat for a friend back home by judging his head size from a picture and even giving him an adjuster just in case it didn't fit right. They offered to have it sent back if he wasn't pleased. Customer service was through the roof!! With no other customers in the store, my custom hat took about 30 minutes to to be ready for me to walk out the door with it on. Highly recommend. October 2016
Orestes Hernandez said 4 years ago
If you know anything at all about me, it’s likely you know that I have a passion for traveling… and I love a good hat. In the heart of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico is a small family owned shop called Olé Curiosidades. Olé is a hat store like none other in the Caribbean, much less in Puerto Rico. They sell a large variety of custom fit Panama hats with customizable ribbons for both men and women. Sure you can buy a Panama hat from any random hat store. But at Olé, it’s the hat-buying experience that sets them apart from all the rest. First, you pick out the style you prefer out of the dozens of styles throughout the shop. Next, the staff will help you find the size that fits best with a little measuring. Next, you get to pick out the color scheme of the ribbon that they’ll manually attach to your personalized hat. For the final Olé touch, they ask you inscribe their leather label with something of your choosing. Most buyers will write their initials, some include their date of purchase as well, while others will include a personal message especially if it’s a gift. The staff will affix this leather Olé label on the inside of the hat’s top with a dab of glue. You’re there for every step of the making of your new Panama hat. The experience of buying your hat at Olé is second to none and will leave you not only loving your new hat, but having a great experience and unique story to tell about how and where you got it. There are so many unique family owned shops and restaurants in Old San Juan, and Olé Curiosidades is one you shouldn’t miss.
Oleg Shlyakhter said 5 years ago
Best hat shop for Panamas I ever been. Sales assistants are the best. You Panama hat will be custom fit within 5 minutes. Must stop - must buy while your vacation in Puerto Rico.
Javier Rivera said 5 years ago
A must visit location while in Old San Juan. Friendly staff, great customer service, best Panama hats in the area... Can't beat this place! Highly recommend!!!
jason rohena said 5 years ago
All I can say is AMAZING only One bad thing and that is I should have bought more then I did Service was Perfection...
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