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San Juan Hotels Information

Hotels in San Juan

222

Hotels Prices From

R 863

Hotels Reviews

81 669

Hotels Photos

58 548

Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Sep - Nov

High season avg price

R 5 937

Low season avg price

R 4 128
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
R 6,023
R 4,469R 10,128
Avg. temperature
25ºC
COLDEST
19ºC34ºC
Avg. precipitation
113mm
DRIEST
90 mm236 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
R 6,752
R 4,469R 10,128
Avg. temperature
26ºC
19ºC34ºC
Avg. precipitation
132mm
90 mm236 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
R 7,423
HIGHEST
R 4,469R 10,128
Avg. temperature
28ºC
WARMEST
19ºC34ºC
Avg. precipitation
165mm
90 mm236 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
R 5,179
LOWEST
R 4,469R 10,128
Avg. temperature
27ºC
19ºC34ºC
Avg. precipitation
185mm
WETTEST
90 mm236 mm
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Hotels near the sights

  • Old San Juan
    This historic area in San Juan exudes old-world charm. Walk along the cobbled streets and past colorful buildings, historic fortresses, and old city walls, some of which date back to the 16th century. You might even chance upon local musicians playing some salsa or jazz tunes. There are also several museums where you can learn more about the history, art, and culture of the area, plus cool cocktail bars and restaurants for a quintessentially Puerto Rican meal. Don't miss all the best sights (and food!) on a walking tour of Old San Juan. – Tripadvisor
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  • San Juan National Historic Site
    Constructed to defend the San Juan coastline during the 17th and 18th centuries, this dramatic fortress rises 140 feet above the sea on a rocky promontory, and is composed of six huge levels of ramps, barracks, dungeons, turrets, towers and tunnels.
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  • Castillo de San Cristobal
    This massive, 27-acre historic fort protecting the eastern gate of old San Juan is considered the largest Spanish fort built in the Americas.
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  • Castillo San Felipe del Morro
    An esplanade greets you as you walk towards the Fort San Felipe del Morro. Surrounded by grassy hills, the stone castle rises majestically from the headland. And while El Morro may be an impressive sight from land, it is a terrifying experience to encounter it head on by sea. And for many attackers, it was the very last thing they saw. This fortress has seen many battles over the centuries, from Sir Francis Drake's attack in 1595 to the 1898 Bombardment of San Juan by the US Navy. In 1539 King Charles I ordered the construction of San Felipe del Morro and other fortifications on the islet of San Juan. Over the years, Spanish, Italian, Irish and American engineers perfected San Juan's defense system, of which el Morro was an essential part. After crossing the stone bridge over the dry moat, you'll walk right into a spacious courtyard that harbor leads you into the castle's more "domestic" areas, such as the kitchen and the chapel. Nevertheless, this is just one of the six levels that form el Morro. On the upper level, you'll find the lighthouse that was restored by the American Coast Guard in 1908. One of the greatest things about this vantage point is that you can see most of San Juan and the bay across from it. Park rangers will guide you throughout the massive fortification, which still houses original cannons, ammunition, and many other objects used by the Spanish militia in Puerto Rico. El Morro was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983, and is currently under the administration of the National Park Service.
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  • Paseo de la Princesa
    This restored 19th-century esplanade is the place to begin your stroll through Old San Juan, because of its central location and its inexhaustible charm.
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  • The Poet's Passage
    This shop, art gallery, and cafe showcases the works of local poet, Lady Lee Andrews. Budding poets also stop by for regular open-mic nights.
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  • Catedral Basilica Menor de San Juan Bautista
    Built in 1540 and the site where the body of Ponce de Leon is entombed, the the Catedral de San Juan is an authentic and rare New World example of medieval architecture.
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  • Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
    More than just an art museum, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico hosts concerts and festivals as well. The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR), a non-for-profit organization, was inaugurated on July 1, 2000, as a legacy for the Puerto Rican people. The mission of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico is to enrich the lives of its diverse audiences by making accessible and promoting the knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of visual arts from Puerto Rico and the world. The MAPR engages diverse communities to facilitate learning experiences about the visual arts through: the growth of a well-researched permanent collection exemplifying significant and representative examples of Puerto Rican art from the sixteenth century to the present; a dynamic program of exhibitions supported by engaging and exciting educational and cultural programs that collectively deepen the understanding of the role of the visual arts in the human experience and contribute to the creation of a curatorial legacy; documentation, research, interpretation, preservation, and conservation of the collection and the visual arts patrimony of Puerto Rico; and alliances with local, regional, and international museums and institutions to advance the knowledge of, access to, and understanding of the visual arts of the world.
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  • Calle de la Fortaleza
    The vibrant canopy of umbrellas characterizes this unique street of Old San Juan. Here, you can roam the cobblestoned pathways, admire the colonial-era buildings, and do a little bit of shopping for souvenirs and handicrafts. For a little more history, you can join a guided tour of La Fortaleza, the governor’s official mansion that's just around the corner. And don't leave without snapping a picture of the colorful canopy—it changes throughout the year so you can always look forward to something new. The alley can get busy so come early in the morning when it’s quieter. You can visit on a walking or segway tour of Old San Juan, which often makes a stop here. – Tripadvisor
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  • Museo de Las Americas
    In Cuartel de Ballaja's second floor one of the greatest museums in Puerto Rico holds a space for the diverse cultures of the Americas. Museo de las Americas--founded in 1992 by San Juan's famed and beloved archaeologist Ricardo Alegria--is keen on honoring the traditions, objects, and stories that make up the American continent. This museum boasts four permanent exhibits: a) the Natives in the Americas, b) the African Legacy, c) Conquest and Colonization, and d) the Popular Arts. These carefully curated exhibits put on display a magnificent collection that briefly summarizes the "American experiences" throughout the centuries. Moreover. This gem of curatorial design also hosts Domingos Familiares, which offers workshops and activities for the whole family every Sunday.
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Frequently Asked Questions about San Juan hotels

El Colonial (Free Open Bar), Decanter Hotel, and La Terraza de San Juan are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Old San Juan. See the full list: Hotels near Old San Juan.

Sheraton Puerto Rico Resort & Casino, Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Juan are all popular resorts for travellers staying in San Juan. See the full list: San Juan Resorts.

Popular hotels close to San Juan National Historic Site include El Colonial (Free Open Bar), Dreamcatcher By Dw, and Decanter Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near San Juan National Historic Site.

Popular luxury hotels in San Juan include Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, Olive Boutique Hotel, and Hotel El Convento. See the full list: San Juan Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport include Hampton Inn Suites San Juan, The Ritz Carlton San Juan, and San Juan Water and Beach Club Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Castillo de San Cristobal are El Colonial (Free Open Bar), La Terraza de San Juan, and CasaBlanca Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Castillo de San Cristobal.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in San Juan are El Colonial (Free Open Bar), Dreamcatcher By Dw, and Trópica Beach Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in San Juan.

Popular cheap hotels in San Juan include Hyatt House San Juan, La Terraza de San Juan, and Coral Princess Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in San Juan.

Sheraton Puerto Rico Resort & Casino, Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Juan have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in San Juan. See the full list: Spa Hotels in San Juan.

Decanter Hotel, Sheraton Puerto Rico Resort & Casino, and Hyatt House San Juan all received great reviews from families travelling in San Juan. See the full list: Family Hotels San Juan.

Popular hotels by the beach in San Juan include Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, and Condado Ocean Club. See the full list: San Juan Beach Hotels.