1750 Calle McLeary, San Juan, 00911, Puerto Rico
1750 Calle McLeary San Juan PR
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Constancio Soto said 4 years ago
My son and I stayed during the summer. Our room was small, but for the price the room was great. The hotel well maintained, and the grounds are beautiful. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our room was cleaned everyday, and we did not have any complaints. The beach is one block away. Sometimes we just walked barefoot to the beach. The neighborhood in very nice and accessible to Historic San Juan.
Jeffrey Allen said 4 years ago
A great little spot to stay in San Juan. Just a block from the beach in a restored Spanish villa. Nothing too fancy; no coffee, microwaves or refrigerators. However, there are several convenience stores and a grocery store within a few minute walk, as well as several affordable restaurants. Wind Chimes has a little pool with a waterfall and a bar/pizzeria and Acacia (the sister property a few yards away) has a large hot tub very classy little restaurant. You get access to both properties with your stay and the front desks provide towels for the pool and the beach. We will definitely stay here again.
Dwayne Endress said 4 years ago
Great small hotel. Only down side is limited parking near by. We had to walk a few blocks a few times but other than that a wonderful place to stay. If im ever in san juan this is where il be staying
Laura Gonzalez said 4 years ago
Very accomating. Breakfast at the Acacia, the sister hotel, was delicious. Only a 5 minute walk to the beach.
Tami Wooding said 5 years ago
My boyfriend and I stayed 2 nights there, July 16 and 17, 2016. Our room was 110 by the bar. Its was very nice. Our host, Jose, was very friendly and helpful to us. It was my first time ever in Puerto Rico. I want to Thank Jose for a very pleasant and memorable stay. We will stay again when we visit in the future.
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