316 Calle Fortaleza, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

Cruise Agency, Courthouse

Lodging

787-725-3436

http://www.hotelcasablancapr.com/

Open Hours

Sunday 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM


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CasaBlanca Hotel

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Hotel CasaBlanca | San Juan

Casablanca Hotel San Juan | San Juan

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Burton Lewis Jr. said 4 years ago
Wish the rooms were a little bigger but they're nice for their size. The shower is huge and features a sky light which is my favorite feature about the rooms. The tablets they provide for you to be able to order any kind of service for your room to discovering what's nearby is a nice touch (they also double as the clock and they display you're name too). The hotel is located in the city so there's local shops and plenty restaurants are nearby. Rooftop over looks the city is open to all guest which is another nice touch. I wouldn't be mad if I stayed here again.
Belal Mahmoud said 4 years ago
Very cozy, homey vibe. Friendly and helpful staff, who are more than ready to help from carrying bags to local food or entertainment options. As advertised, right in the heart of Old San Juan, so you really get a feel for the city. Just a few minutes walk to the historical tourist areas, which offer breathtaking views. 10/10 recommended and if I come to PR again will definitely stay there
Josh Gonzales said 4 years ago
Super fun and cozy hotel in old San Juan. Highly recommend staying here. We stayed for a few nights following a cruise and enjoyed the proximity to all the fun things in town.
Lyndsey Pie said 4 years ago
The decor is beautiful, the artwork is eclectic, the rooms are cozy and clean, the staff is friendly and helpful. The rooftop is really fun and has nice views. The cafe is tasty and not expensive! We stayed in Room 5B and really enjoyed the little lounge right outside the room - made it seem like we had our own extra private space because we were the only ones who used it. Within walking distance of all the great places in Old San Juan. Would highly recommend to anyone, unless you're on a budget because it was pricy. We made our decision to stay there due to a wedding group.
Shari Matzner said 4 years ago
Great location in the heart of Old San Juan; stay here and walk the town. We were greeted by Miguel when we checked in, and he let us check in early and scope out two different rooms and pick the one we wanted. There's art everywhere -- check out the light fixtures -- and just a general good vibe. Would definitely stay here again.

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