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Old San Juan, the oldest settlement in Puerto Rico, occupies a small island off the coast of the main island. Get there by driving across one of three bridges, and you’ll find yourself in a world dating back to 1508.
This historic city is a stunning example of colonial heritage in Central America and features over 400 restored buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries. A great way to discover the quaint beauty of the walled city is on foot. The cobblestone streets of Old San Juan are lovely to explore and the distance between attractions isn’t far. Be forewarned, though: the afternoon heat can be taxing. Luckily, there’s some shade to be found and cafes to stop in for a cool drink.
The San Juan National Historical Site houses all of the major historical attractions in the city. See the Castillo San Cristobal, an enormous fortress built by the Spanish in the 18th century. Make your way to the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture for a great education in the customs, traditions and culture of the diverse local people and their shared history.
Old San Juan is home to many traditional Caribbean restaurants and bars where you can sample the local cuisine and cocktails. Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening for two or a family-style meal, this is a great evening destination.
Old San Juan is located approximately 35 miles (55 kilometers) from the main island’s eastern tip. No public transportation services the walled city, so come by rental car or taxi. Be aware that the cobblestone streets are narrow and often one way, so the best way to sightsee is on foot. Old San Juan can be visited daily, and the shops and restaurants are open during normal business hours.
Nice place in a quite neighborhood Love to see the cruises parked in front of my window
This is such a great property! We were only here for 2 nights but we had such an amazing and relaxing time. Everyone was so nice and accommodating. Food was great!
Perfect location to walk to the various tourist spots-El Morro, Fortaleza street, Catheral etc The rooftop pool is not full size which would be nice to know. Rooftop bar is not available every night. Guest should plan ahead with the lobby if planning to hang out in the roof and have drinks.
I liked the fact that it was a Boutique and very clean hotel. The room we had was large and very nice! The only thing you miss out on is a Pool, dining options, etc. I would stay here again if the price were lower as we ended up at a different hotel the night before with so many more amenities for ...