329 Calle Recinto Sur, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

Cruise Agency

Lodging

787-724-7722

http://www.cervantespr.com/

Open Hours

Sunday Open 24 hours


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Cervantes Hotel

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Carmen Puryear said 4 years ago
The Cervantes is located in Old San Juan. You are within walking distance of nearly everything. Plus, there is a free trolley that stops right in front of the hotel as well. This hotel is smaller than what I had expected...But the rooms are very clean and nice. We were greeted by friendly staff that gave us a map of Old San Juan and showed us around a bit. When we walked into our room, we had 2 bottles of cold water, and our ice bucket was nice and full. The bed is fairly comfy (a bit kn the firm side)...But the sheets...Oh my, they are amazingly soft! The shower is tiled and has good water pressure. There were robes as well as nice complimentary toiletries. Complimentary breakfast as well, served from 8:30-10:30. Small selection, but it did have wait service, which I found to be rather nice. Good working A/C...So we were never hot. Overall, this has bee. A good experience for us!
CORIA MTL said 4 years ago
Very comfortable room, big bed and beautiful bathroom for affordable price. Love where it is situated. Nice staff. Only problem is the windows are so thin we can practically hear everything outside during the night. But hey, totally worth the cost if you're traveling on a budget.
Jenelle Richins said 4 years ago
Room and bathroom were big & the bed was comfortable. The biggest issue we had was that the window/doors to outside were so thin that you could hear everything going on in the street below and it was an area where people would be walking around and screaming until late into the night, so it was very difficult to fall asleep. The other issue was that the doors to get inside your room were so heavy that they could only slam shut with a large bang. This also made it very difficult to sleep. Very nice hotel other than the noises & a great location in walking distance to the cruise port for Carnival!
Tracey Kroll said 4 years ago
Very close to the cruise port and pretty much everything in Old San Juan.
Jamie Rhine said 5 years ago
Excellent hotel with extremely friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are small but very charming and well maintained. Our stay was excellent, as the staff at the front desk went above and beyond to make sure we had what we needed, held our bags for us when necessary, and arranged transportation to the airport. Highly recommended!

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