Popular Hotels in San Juan Puerto Rico
San Juan Puerto Rico hotels are some of the most popular in all of Puerto Rico. Being one of the most visited places in the country, San Juan contains a lot of hotels and other accommodation. This can however sell out quickly in peak seasons and prices can rise according to demand.
Some of the best San Juan Puerto Rico hotels are:
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel – caters to the upscale traveler with rates starting at $300 per night. Exclusive beachfront hotel with spa, near Puerto Rico Convention Center.
El Canario By The Lagoon – rooms start at $98. They are a self proclaimed first class hotel.
Diamond Palace Hotel & Casino – From $159 a night. There are 2 restaurants and of course a casino in this tower hotel.
Courtyard by Marriott San Juan Isla Verde Beach Resort – More expensive at $235 minimum nightly rate. This resort however has the view – a beautiful beach front resort which is well worth splashing out on.
The Hampton Inn & Suites San Juan – a personal favorite of mine. This hotel is located in fashionable Isla Verde.
The Holiday Inn at San Juan is a nice basic choice of accommodation. Although their lowest rate is not all that low, you can be sure you are getting clean, quality bedding and facilities.
These are just a few of the fantastic San Juan Puerto Rico hotels on offer – there are plenty more not mentioned here. Make sure you pick up a guide book so you can make an informed decision on where to stay in San Juan.
Want to know another great thing about Puerto Rico?
There are roadside food stands at almost every corner when you are away from the cities! This is great for the taste buds, but not so good for the waist line! Still, there are a range of delicacies to offer, so make sure you stop by for a snack whilst you are driving to your San Juan Puerto Rico hotel.
Some of these places look pretty bad with their peeling paint, dilapidated buildings or just a tent on the side of the road. But the food you get at them will be fresh and tasty. It’s my understanding the actual “building” kiosks are regulated by the Department of Health, but I doubt the roadside tents and BBQ’s are regulated by anyone! However, tons of people have eaten at these places everyday for years, I’ve eaten at many of them, and I don’t hear of people getting sick or outbreaks of anything. So why not give it a shot and just experience it!