2009 Calle McLeary, San Juan, 00911, Puerto Rico

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Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PMOpen now
Sunday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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Dream Inn PR

About the business

Dream Inn PR Guest House San Juan Puerto Rico

Dream Inn PR is a uniquely designed Guest House (b&b) located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, just a few steps away from the sandy beach of Ocean Park. Puerto Rico Guest House San Juan.

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Maureen Bush said 4 years ago
I love this hotel. The staff has been absolutely wonderful the entire stay, and my room is clean and well-organized. There is parking on the premises, and my only frustration is that there is not a gym where I can work out. They do offer yoga classes, but I am here for work and the times do not fit my schedule, unfortunately. The breakfast vouchers have all been delicious! There are several wonderful restaurants steps away with great food!
Chelsey Smith said 4 years ago
This is a luxurious hotel! The entire staff was amazing and went above and beyond to make our stay extra special! The rooms are beautiful as is the decor of the whole place. The bed was very comfortable. I will never stay anywhere else in PR. Thank you for a wonderful stay Nimu!
Tim Dever said 4 years ago
The hotel appears to be fairly new, and everything is really nice and clean. The workers are really helpful as well. The view from my room wasn't very good, but they do have a rooftop area with hammocks and chairs for that (most likely you will not be in the room much anyways).
CORIA MTL said 4 years ago
Oh how I loved my stay at Dream Inn!Although I thought the architecture was a bit weird for a hotel, the interior is super comfortable, very nice and calm rooms with A/C, *adorable staff*, they do everything to make you feel at home. Nice terrasse at the top, to enjoy the sun or to star-gaze. Loved every minute of it, would of stayed longer.
Matthew Christensen said 4 years ago
This place was almost perfect. The entire vibe of the hotel is relaxing and peaceful. And it's quiet despite being so centrally located. It is the last block before the gated community in Ocean Park so it's very safe and quiet. There are Porsches, BMWs and Mercedes driving up and down the street. The staff are super friendly and accommodating. There are tons of places to eat within a block. The only issue we had was that the balcony side was too noisy for my girlfriend. I really liked the balcony but if you are a light sleeper definitely get the pool side. They switched us over after the first night with no problem.

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