|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
This apartment is very comfortable and spacious. The unit is on the third floor and has elevator. Two bedrooms, two full bathrooms. In the master bedrooms you'll find a Queen size bed with new mattress (very comfortable), Cable TV, New AC split unit, walking closet and full bathrooms. The second bedroom has a new Queen Size bed, new AC split unit, closet. The living room has one Full size sofa bed and another sofa, there is another 32' TV with cable in the living room.
Full kitchen with full size appliances, everything you need to cook a nice breakfast, lunch or dinner.
We also put a washer and dryer for your convenience.
The apartment has telephone for local calls only and DSL Internet.
There is one parking space in the basement. This building is on a very desirable location, everything is walking distance. There is a Walgreen Drugstore that opens 24/7 less than on block away. You can buy almost everything there. From milk and cookies to beer and wine, no to mentions sunblock.
This apartment, is a 2 bedrooms fully -equipped, offers a wonderful balance of hotel comfort and the warm of a family residence, with all that you may need. Feel just like home! Enjoy a great location in the popular Condado area of Puerto Rico's capital city.
Enjoy been in the heart of Condado, between La Concha Hotel and Marriott Hotel. It is centrally located within easy walking distance of tourist attractions, local amenities, only half a block from sandy beach, popular restaurants, resort, hotels, the best casinos, theaters, and fashionable stores. Also, it is only three miles from the historic district of Old San Juan and three miles from the biggest shopping center in the Caribbean “Plaza Las Americas”.
Closer to the apartment, for extraordinary meals, enjoy the finest in regional and international restaurants (French, Asian, Latin, and Italian cuisine). Nevertheless, you can find a lot of fast food restaurant like: Fuddruckers, Denny’s Restaurant, Starbucks Cafe, Pizzeria UNO Chicago Bar and Grill and many others. You could enjoy your favorite beverages and cocktails in the pubs, bars or in the lobby of the hotels near by.
This 1,100 sq feet apartment is clean and comfortable. The living room, dining room, and kitchen areas are spacious and free flowing. The dining table is for four people. The living room provides seating for at least eight people and has glass windows display beautiful outside views and which provides natural illumination. A separately AC split unit cools the living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave, coffee maker, stove and refrigerator. There is also a full-size washer and dryer.
Whether it is a cup of coffee in the morning or cocktails at sunset, you spend most of your time enjoying the location or having a great time at the beach at the end of the street. Taxis and public transportation are easily available. For stocking the kitchen during your stay, the supermarket and mini grocery are just 2 blocks from the apartment.
The apartment has easy access to major highways and is conveniently located across the street from restaurants and pubs; a major supermarket (SuperMax) is ten blocks away. “A tip” if you buy more than $50 dollars they’ll bring you back to your apartment for free; yes the supermarket has a “shopping car”, you must ask at the counter after your purchased your groceries. This unit is a half a block from the beach, ten blocks from the Puerto Rico Art Museum and walking distance from the Performing Arts Center and the Condado District’s casinos, dining and shopping. A short cab ride away is the historic Old San Juan, Plaza Las Americas Shopping Center and Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport.
This is a very good option for a stay in Condado - great location, exceptional value. We were greeted on the first day by Victor who was friendly and helpful in showing us our apartment and providing tips on where to go in Condado. The apartment is well furnished with a small kitchen, clean and in an old character building in the heart of Condado steps away from the beach. Here, there are many options to get around: bus (will take you up to the Old San Juan and El Morro Fortress), taxis (will quickly take you up or down along the Condado, Old San Juan, Ocean Park or Isla Verde at multiple points or walk (a beautiful 25 minute stroll across the Ashford Avenue and we were in Old San Juan.
We felt safe and secure at this location, as there are multiple keyed entry points in order to get inside the room. Because these are apartments, towels and linens were not changed regularly but we encountered Victor after day 3 and he promptly arranged fresh towels for us upon request.
Ok where do I start??!!!
Victor Alonzo and his team are the BEST!!!!!
This was my first visit to San Juan and I must say as a frequient traveler my experience working with Victor has been the best of all. The Unit he provided for me due to some last minute adjustments was most accommodating!!!
Great View's of Ashford Ave and Very clean. I actually hosted a small party in the Unit and found all the necessary supplies needed. The spacious 2 Bedroom unit was in the perfect location and the walking distance to every thing was most appealing!!! I didn't even need to rent a car.
It's official, I will be keeping him on SPEED DIAL, to schedule future trips to visit San Juan
Thank you Victor!!!!
This was my first time visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico and I am planning my next trip there already and can say with 100% confidence that I will use a vacation rental and not a hotel. Our location (Ashford Avenue) was VERY convenient to shopping, eating, and most importantly, the beach!! The condo was very spacious and comfortable. The only recommendation I would make is for there to be more than one key to the gate, stairwell, and condo. Although I liked the fact that access to the condo was limited to those staying there (gated entry, keys required to use the elevator, and keys required to enter the stairwell, my friends and I either had to leave the condo together or come back together otherwise we couldnt get in unless we contacted the other to get the key. Also, the elevator worked only 40% of the time. Overall, the trip went GREAT and I am definitely looking forward to going back soon!
OLD SAN JUAN & BACARDI TOUR;
Travel back time and discover five hundred years of fascinating history, culture and heritage in the cobblestone streets of such a charming city. This excursion is a journey through the Old San Juan, in whose streets lies art galleries, interesting shopping stores and cozy cafés. You will be able to enjoy our historical sites made by Spaniards during colonization, such as San Cristobal Fortress. Then sightsee through many important sites. Across the SJ Bay lies the Bacardi Rum Distillery, where you can enjoy a guided tour of its 127 acres of plant, museums and tropical gardens. Learn the interesting rum process making and relax with a complimentary cocktail at their open air pavilion.
RAIN FOREST AND THE BEACH;
Two Fascinating Views. Combine the morning trip to El Yunque with an afternoon of swimming, sun tanning and relaxing on placid Luquillo Beach. The soft sands, shaded by imposing coconut palm trees and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean make it a dreamer’s retreat. Lunch is not included, although we suggest you to sample the tasty local specialties such as seafood and Creole fritters from the kiosks at Luquillo Beach.
RAIN FOREST ECO TOUR;
Discover the exotic vegetation of El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Park System. It features over 240 species of plant and wildlife, waterfalls, streams and hiking trails leading to enticing locations. With a professional guide you will visit El Portal Visitor Center, La Coca Falls, Yokahú Tower, an observation point, which stands 1,500 feet above sea level, you can enjoy the unique mesmerizing view and a trail a trail to admire the flora & fauna.
NORTHSIDE VS. SOUTHSIDE
The beaches are obviously surrounding this lovely isle. So you can find a place to go almost any town that you will find yourself in. Therefore, you must ask yourself what kind of water are you looking for? On the Northside of the island you will have lots of strong waves. You can surf or body board until your hearts content. Crash boat or Hobo's beaches are excellent places to even watch the locals surf. On the south side of the island, the water is calm. The snorkeling is excellent and the water is clear.
RENT A BOAT!
When you go to La Parguera it is a must to rent a boat for the day. The rates run you $20-35 an hr. There are tons of mangrove keys in the bay to explore. The locals anchor their boats at the keys and party all day. The snorkeling is really enjoyable around the mangroves. Be careful driving your boat because there is a lot of wild life like sea turtles and many sand bars!
Gillian's Island in Guanica area is a $7 treat! You ferry out to the mangrove key to spend your day playing in the sandbar, snorkeling, and drinking. Mary Lee's by the Sea is where you'll take the ferry. Once you spend the day on this tiny little island, take any ferry you want back to Mary Lee's. We saw baby baracoudas, tiger fish and sea urchins.
**Make sure you take a cooler with snacks and drinks, because there isn't any place to buy anything. Also, it gets really filled up. We choose to skip the main beach and find a little secluded mangrove area for ourselves.**
BOSQUE SECO HIKE;
One the south side of the island, it gets dry! So dry in fact that cacti are growing like weeds! How unusual that this small island can have such a diverse terrain?! Apparently, it has to do with how the mountains are high enough that they don't allow the rain to pass over to the other side of the mountain. Again, I have to push for my recommendation of the road trip or day trips to see the different terrain! Btw, Bosque Seco means Dry Forest.
I'd recommend taking Route 333 to the dead end. Then hike the Meseta Trail. The trail runs along the coast. The Cliffs are completely awe inspiring. And don't for get our water, you'll need it!
The Observatory in Arecibo should be one of the wonders of the world. The size is unbelievable! It costs $10 per person. They have a 2 story museum and the radio telescope outside viewing platform. There are Spanish and English presentations about the telescope. My favorite fact is about the kind of shoes they must wear to clean up the reflector. To stand on the reflector you can't weigh more than 150lbs!
By the way, this is the exact location from the James Bond Movie Golden Eye. Pretty Cool!
There is no cell phone usage allowed, it doesn't matter, there isn't service anyway. And the trek up to the observatory is a workout, I don't recommend flip flops!
The Caves of Camuy are the 3rd largest in the world. $15 per person. There is a tour guide, but they provide an audio tour (English & Spanish). The audio tour is excellent! It is educational and has great music. I'm big on caves, so I'd totally recommend coming here. Get there early, if you plan to come after 11am, then you might as well not.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $20 per night, per additional guest|
|PDP||$49 + Tax|
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed.
Rate is for up to 4 people, additional guess is $20 per person per night.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
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