|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
If you are looking for relaxation and great ocean views for an affordable price then you will love this beautiful penthouse. This apartment is located in the heart of San Juan, minutes away from the beach, restaurants, nightlife, casinos, museums, Bellas Artes theater, Old San Juan, and the airport. This comfortable apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, central air unit, washer and dryer and internet access. All the amenities that will make your love ones happy!!! The master bedroom has a queen size bed, a full size sofa bed, a small living area with a desk and full bathroom. The second bedroom has a twin bed, a bunk bed (twin/full), and a desk. Full second bathroom in the hallway. The living room has a 32' LCD TV/DVD. The second living room has a full size sofa bed. The kitchen and the dining room are huge and fully equipped with a dining tablet that fits 6 and a bar space that fits 2. A bed for your furry one is available too.
Neighborhoods: El Condado: El Condado, as the locals say, is the island's most glamorous district, featuring boutiques, a variety of restaurants, and some of the finest hotels on the island. Contrary to popular belief, many nationals do reside here in the exquisite turn-of-the-century mansions. You'll notice the populace on any given day to be a good balance between tourists and locals. If you are an avid jogger, you'll love the expanse of open area. This district spans from the Condado Plaza Hotel & Casino in the west to the Ocean Park area in the east. Condado attracts an upscale party crowd who flocks to its clubs and ubiquitous small cafés and bars. Take to the dance floor and learn the latest salsa moves at any of the hotel lobbies that provide this type of entertainment for visitors.
Old San Juan/Puerta de Tierra: San Juan is a traditional, colonial city that is bordered by walls. San Juan is connected to the mainland via several bridges. Old San Juan itself consists of narrow streets encompassing over four hundred years of history and tradition. Dine in one of the great establishments on Fortaleza Street, party in San Sebastián until dawn, or simply stroll along the charming avenues and thoroughfares. Similar to Europe this area is to people-watch, and there is no better place to indulge in this activity than from one of the several plazas that are located throughout the city. This town has something for all ages, young and old. A must-see is the impressive Spanish fort El Morro. San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico's after hours nightlife, most hot clubs, lively bar, discotheques, and casinos are located here. Sanjuaneros, or the people of San Juan, are serious party-goers, and they know how to keep the party scene alive and well. Playing hard seems to be part of his culture.
Isla Verde: Isla Verde
Isla Verde is home to high-rise apartment buildings, huge clubs and luxurious hotels. This area is actually part of the municipality of Carolina, connected to San Juan via several highways and streets. It spans from the Punta Las Marías area ( adjacent to Ocean Park ) to the land just beyond the International Airport. Isla Verde hosts world-class hotels that include the Ritz-Carlton and El San Juan. Its nightlife is exciting, and the enormous balneario, or public beach, is where locals and guests come to sunbathe and get their fill of people-watching. Isla Verde in recent years has been converted into a mega-party district, housing super clubs like Brava. There are plenty of cafés and street-side bars along this strip. The lobbies of the InterContinental San Juan and the Ritz-Carlton have excellent entertainment, but the ever popular El San Juan Hotel & Casino is, without question, the place to be on Saturdays.
I currently live in NYC with my wife and son. I'm a veterinarian and my wife a fashion designer. We have been in NYC 6 years. I came to NY in the summer of 2008 to do a Internship in Fifth Ave. Veterinary Specialist and decided to stay a year later.
I was born to a family of 4 siblings, I was the youngest. I study veterinary medicine in Ross University and practice in PR from 2004 to 2008.
I love the beach, travel, snowboarding and bodyboarding.
Owner- Luis purchased this apartment in 2004
I always love the area where I finally bought my property. I remember when I was younger, high school, and we used to take a short cut through San Jorge St. to go to the beach. San Jorge St. runs perpendicular to the building.
I fall in love with this property because of the amazing views. I surf, so I used to get up to analyze the offshore reefs to know how the waves were in my favorite beach in San Juan, Aviones.
Condominium San Mateo Plaza is located in the intersection of San Jorge street and San Mateo street. The catholic church Iglesia San Mateo with neoclassical architecture is located right in the corner of San Jorge and San Mateo St. and right in front of the building. The Arrivi theater, the Bellas Artes theater, the Puerto Rico Museum of Arts with its superb restaurant Picayo, the San Jorge Children hospital, La Casona restaurant, the most popular beach in PR (Ocean Park) are all within walking distance. Also, the main venue for concerts and sports events (Coliseo de Puerto Rico) is just about 1 mile away.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Cleaning Fee||$115 + Tax|
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
|Pet Fee||$50 + Tax|
*Rates per day do not vary during weekends or holidays.
*The deposit is return within 7 days of your check-out date.
*Rentals of 3 weeks or longer includes cleaning fee and tax charges. *Deposit is mandatory for all rentals.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
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