6063 Av. Isla Verde, Carolina, PR 00979
6063 Avenida Isla Verde Carolina PR
Spa, Lodging, Health
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Resorts in San Juan - El San Juan Hotel, Curio Collection
Ideally located on Isla Verde Beach, this San Juan, Puerto Rico hotel offers stylish guest rooms, upscale amenities and the hottest nightlife in the Caribbean.
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Renee Booth said 4 years ago
I have been coming here for years as my family owns a home on the island. The El San Juan is my favorite hotel that I have ever been in. It's lobby is elegant and there has always been A packed lobby until the wee hours of the night. They had the best casino on the island. Now, I was just there April 2017 and it has been completely re-done. The place is insane. It is unbelievably the most beautiful hotel by far that I have ever seen. It is over the top, hip and sassy while still being over the top elegant. That said, walking around the place I got a feeling of being on the Titanic... a beautiful, magnificent ship that was sinking fast. There was about 4 people in the entire lobby and not a soul in the pool or beach area. All this beauty and no people. There was a single line guitar player playing for nobody in the lobby. The once beautiful casino is gone. There is no Casino in this hotel anymore. ~what a mistake. What happened to this once lavish and exciting hotel? also, there is employer protests daily in the front and back of this hotel... perhaps that's why it is deserted. I hate to say it but the casino was a draw and the place to be. Without it it's not the same. I'm so disappointed in my favorite hotel. I would not recommend people stay here until things change...it's a ghost town.
Jose Quijada Lopez said 4 years ago
Great hotel and atmosphere, employees are very nice, from check in to check out, all you can eat breakfast buffet included, rooms have been remodeled, nightclub in the lobby where locals come to as well, pool parties on Sundays, access to the beach, and as much Fiji water as you wish to drink. As expected anything inside the hotel is very pricey, including lunch and dinner, although there is a Chilies right across the street which I recommend. Overall great hotel, and there is a spa and fitness center being built as well.
Trey Buttriss said 4 years ago
I live next door to the hotel. When it first reopened in January I enjoyed walking through it and having lunch at the pool bar. Then the protests began and every single day there is yelling through bull horns, cars honking, sirens and chanting. It's about unhappy union workers but all it's doing is hurting business and creating a very stressful and unhappy time for vacationers on the beach. DO NOT STAY AT THIS HOTEL. You will not enjoy your precious vacation. My relaxing weekends are haunted by loud chants reverberating between the buildings. Go down to the Intercontinental instead.
Ka'ryn Snow said 4 years ago
Remodeled only saw the lobby but it's beautiful! ! Sad there is no longer at casino. But if you want to impress someone take them to the lobby Bar for a cocktail!
Carina Dotson said 4 years ago
The hotel was beatiful. I visited Club Brava inside El San Juan Hotel. We had a great time. The music was diverse and atmosphere was upscale. I highly recommend this club.
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