202 Calle San José, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
202 Calle San José San Juan PR
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Matthew Barreto said 4 years ago
Stayed in this place for a night during a stopover late last year. Great value for money. Extremely friendly staff who are happy to help with directions and tourist information. All I needed was a good shower and nice bed for the night which this hotel had both.
Jenelle Richins said 4 years ago
Good location. Close enough to walk to the cruise port (with 4 pieces of luggage - 2 people). Was able to walk to all the main points of interest in Old Town from hotel. Room: AC units kept it cool. Bed was comfortable enough. Older building so most rooms had no window but on the bottom floor the cieling in the room was very high so room felt very spacious. Tiled floor, so that can track a little dust and make your feet a little cold.
Deborah McNicholas said 4 years ago
Hotel staff was pleasant but room could of been cleaner. Bathroom floor was full of black hair. None of the safes worked in the hotel. We had 4 people and booked a room with a king bed, twin bed, and sleep sofa. The sleep sofa turned out to be a futon. The hotel did not have fitted sheets for any of the beds. For the king bed, this was especially uncomfortable.
Alan Brill said 4 years ago
Terrific location in old San juan. Nice staff. Most rooms have no window and no phone. Very reasonable prices. Clean. In a 19th century bank building.
Cristina Rodriguez said 4 years ago
Elevator was old! I was afraid to get on. Room was dark with no windows. Fine for one night but not longer. Even thought we were told over the phone they had a crib, when we got there, they said no. It is in the center so it is convenient but not worth the price!!!
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