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Hyatt Place San Juan/City Center

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Downtown San Juan Hotel | Hyatt Place San Juan/City Center

Explore San Juan, Puerto Rico from Hyatt Place San Juan/City Center. With 149 contemporary guestrooms, free breakfast, and free Wi-Fi, you'll feel right at home.

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Janae Hardrick said 4 years ago
The hotel itself was nice. We loved the location and we also liked the room. However the employees were terrible. The lady at the front desk was not welcoming at all. We asked her how was she doing she responded fine and begun to walk away. The man Pablo was very unwelcoming as well. They both seem irratated and they took it out on us. I would not recommend this hotel because the employees are so rude it does not make up for the other qualities of the hotel. Very disappointed.
Fabi F said 4 years ago
Location is waking distance to restaurants and bars. Clean, comfy bed, and spacious one room fit 6 adults. Pool is nice even has a little area for kids includes pool side bar. Breakfast isn't the best but still good. Has a little gym, but has everything you would need for a workout. Has outside seating in case you want to relax outside. Also, it gives a nice sense of security you can't really do or go anywhere without a room key.
Mari Ech said 4 years ago
We booked a standard room with King sized bed. When we arrived we had to wait for our room because it had been cleaned but needed an inspection. The room was spotless. It has blackout curtains which was very nice. The lights needed some figuring out since there was a master switch we had to turn on for the bathroom lights. Shower is very roomy. Has a desk, closet, sleeper sofa, small fridge, and a 1 cup coffee maker. My only issue with the room was the TV channel selection. You have like 20 channels and that's it. Missing a lot of standard American channels. Also you might have to wait for the two elevators if its busy. Pool has a pirate ship that takes up most of it. Food at the bar is overpriced. Breakfast has a great selection though.
David Branning said 4 years ago
Very pleasant experience - staff at front desk extremely accommodating and helpful. Location is very convenient to Pan American Cruise terminal and was perfect for a post-cruise stay. Parking on street is free and hotel pool is nice ... just get towels from inside before coming to pool in case all pool towels are gone!
Diana Garcia Velez said 4 years ago
Everyone at the hotel is so very nice and so helpful. They make you feel instantly at home. JellyBean at the bar - she is an absolute doll and makes the best drinks and is personable and talks like a beauty!!! The rooms are clean, the breakfast is delicious and the atmosphere is comfortable and happy

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