It’s been almost five centuries since the first stone was set in place that would fix Old San Juan into the pages of history. Designated as a World Heritage Site in 1983, Old San Juan has joined the ...
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A boutique style hotel, featuring personalized service.
Exquisite designer decor, featuring local talents.
Restaurant Panza offers fine dining seasonal cuisine.
A luxury location in every sense!(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, Meeting Facilities, PRTC Endorsed, Quality Award, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms, Suites
Enjoy the intimate charm of our historical landmark.
Luxurious homelike hotel, in the heart of Old San Juan.
Set in a 16th-century former convent.
Rooms & suites tailored to the sophisticated traveler.
Fabulous Tapas bar, excellent restaurants.(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Business Center, Cruise Ship Specials, Health/Exercise Facilities, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, Meeting Facilities, PRTC Endorsed, Pool, Quality Award, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms, Suites
The Hotel Plaza De Armas PR is a delightfully captivating colonial style hotel in the heart of picturesque Old San Juan, a city as rich in history as it is in culture. Have all the fun you can get in Old San Juan while staying in the Hotel Plaza De Armas ...(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Internet WiFi, PRTC Endorsed, Rooms, Suites
Our colonial architecture dates to the early 19th century.
Rooms have cable TV, phone & mini-refrigerators.
Panorama Bar & Latin Grill located on the roof.
Bar and grill offers a spectacular view of San Juan Bay.
We are located in the heart of Old San ...(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Internet WiFi, PRTC Endorsed, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms
Enjoy the privacy and comfort of Old San Juan.
Experience the wonders of a 500 year old city.
Our private art gallery is available for you to see or buy.
Exclusive suites for your comfort.
Continental breakfast every morning.(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, PRTC Endorsed, Rooms, Suites
The Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel & Casino is a delightfully captivating upscale hotel with the best location in the island.
Located in the heart of picturesque Old San Juan, a city as rich in history as it is in culture. A completely unique location ...(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Business Center, Casinos, Cruise Ship Specials, Health/Exercise Facilities, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, Meeting Facilities, PRTC Endorsed, Pool, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms, Suites
As you weave your way through the shops of Old San Juan, you will find some of the best examples of crafts work produced by artisans, throughout Puerto Rico. Call us at this number, for a list of artisans in San Juan.(expand)
Info: Bird Carving, Ceramics, Craft Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Needlecraft, Other Arts and Crafts, Santos (wood carved saints), Toys, Vejigantes Masks, Wood Turning
This is a small open-air chapel at the southern end of Cristo St. Legend has it that the chapel celebrates a miracle that prevented a boy and his horse from plunging off the city wall. The truth, however, is that the horse and rider both fell to their ...(expand)
The Capitolio was constructed in the 1920s to house the offices of the senators and representatives. The Puerto Rican Constitution, approved in 1952, is on display. Visitors can reserve a tour via phone call or email. Tours are given in English or Spanish.(expand)
Casa Blanca was built as a reward for Governor Juan Ponce de León, who died before he could move in. His family, however, stayed in residence for over 250 years. It is a museum of 16th and 17th century family life. Groups must reserve in advance.(expand)
Info: Entrance Fee, Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, Museums
Headquarters for the Island's Conservation Trust. You can view a short documentary film & enjoy interactive exhibits. The Trust's responsibilities include the Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve in Fajardo & the Hacienda Buena Vista near Ponce.(expand)
Built in the 1520s, an authentic example of neoclassic architecture and a beautiful and elegant church. Famous for its masses and processions. Located in Old San Juan, this structure houses the tomb of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León.(expand)
Currently used as an acting school, this building is one of Puerto Rico's very first theaters. It is also the only building of the Spanish Comedic Corral style. Built in the 18th century with characteristic roofed interior balconies.(expand)
Largest military fortification in the Americas. Used to protect the city from land attacks and El Morro's partner in defending San Juan. Its oldest section was built in 1634, and last redesigned in 1783. On 20 acres, reaching a height of 150 feet. ...(expand)
Part of the largest and best-preserved Spanish fortifications in the New World. Sited at the entrance to San Juan Bay to protect the city from sea attacks and serve as the gateway to New Spain. Started in 1540, it took 250 years to take its present form. ...(expand)
Convento de los Dominicos, Norzagaray St.San JuanPR
This gallery is located in the old Santo Domingo Convent, a colonial structure of the 16th century. It displays a collection of Puerto Rican paintings that belongs to the National Collection of the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture.(expand)
Info: Guided Tours On-Site, Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, Museums
Currently closed for restoration. This is the second oldest church (1532) in the Western Hemisphere. It features many historic religious artifacts and a remarkable series of vaulted ceilings. Ponce de León's coat of arms hangs above the altar.(expand)
Also known as Palacio de Santa Catalina, this beautiful palazzo has been the home to governors of Puerto Rico since 1544. It is recognized as the oldest Executive Mansion in continuous use in the Western Hemisphere and in 1983 was declared a World Heritage ...(expand)
Felisa Rincón de Gautier was the first woman mayor of San Juan. She served the city for 22 years. This museum, in a classic Old San Juan home, displays historical documents and artifacts reflecting this remarkable woman and her times.(expand)
This small and intimate museum is the Spanish master's legacy to the people of Puerto Rico. The museum collection includes manuscripts, photographs and a library of videotapes of Festival Casals concerts (played on request).(expand)
Antiguo Cuartel Infanteria Ballajá, NorzagarayOld San JuanPR
On the second floor of the Antiguo Cuartel de Infantería de Ballajá. This museum presents, in permanent and rotating exhibits, a vision of the history and cultures of the Americas from the Pre-Colombian era to the present.(expand)
Casa de los Contrafuertes, Plaza San JoséSan JuanPR
The mission of the Museum is to further the knowledge and appreciation of the diversity of the African culture in the Puerto Rican community and to demonstrate the different connections between African and Puerto Rican culture.(expand)
Info: Entrance Fee, Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, Museums
The permanent exhibition portrays San Juan's history from its natural origins to today. The temporary hall hosts major exhibitions on a rotating basis. The New Tendencies Hall features contemporary Puerto Rican artists.(expand)
The only Bay front Casino on island. Voted the friendliest casino in San Juan, enjoy our warm and welcoming atmosphere, while playing one of our 309 state-of-the-art slot machines, table games including Blackjack, Caribbean Stud, Roulette. Experience ...(expand)
Casa Ramón Power y Giralt, 155 Tetuán StOld San JuanPR
A guided walk through the streets of Old San Juan to learn about the diverse components of this historic city's ecology and discover how the varied ecology impacted the city’s development. Fridays and Saturdays at 9am. Reservations required.(expand)
This week commemorates what is, perhaps, the top artistic expression of the Puerto Rican culture: the danza music. Local composers, such as Juan Morell Campos, were inspired to write about romantic confessions, lost loves and shared affections, which ...(expand)
Traditionally the gift-giving day in Puerto Rico. Children open the gifts left the night before by the Three Kings. Island-wide festivals with music, parades, puppet shows & troubadours. An all-day gift-giving is held for children in Old San Juan.(expand)
The Trust is headquartered in the historic Casa de Ramón Power y Giralt. Exhibits are open to the public Tue-Sat 10am-4pm. Call for reservations to tour the Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve (Fajardo) & Hacienda Buena Vista (Ponce).(expand)
Known for its authentic Italian cuisine, fresh pasta and innovative recipes, the decor of this charming restaurant in historic Old San Juan transports you to Palermo, native city of chef /owner Giancarlo Amenta.(expand)
Seafood-Vegetarian-Puerto Rican. For 15 years Cafe Berlin has been serving a sumptuous blend of international cuisine, now they are introducing Puerto Rican food. Don’t miss our famous "Manjito" and exquisite choices of our vegetarian menu.(expand)
Info: Breakfast, Cost-Inexpensive, Cost-Moderate, Dinner, Lunch, Open Daily, Puerto Rican, Restaurant, Seafood, Vegetarian
Recinto Sur & San Justo, Banco Popular PlazaOld San JuanPR
Carli's pleases the most sophisticated world-class patrons in a romantic ambiance of poignant elegance, hosted by owner & world renowned pianist Carli Muñoz, accompanied by fine musicians and succulent delicacies to climax a cozy evening affair.(expand)
Info: Club/Entertainment, Cost-Moderate, Dinner, Jazz, Piano Bar, Puerto Rican, Restaurant, Seafood, Steak, X-Sunday
Rated as one of Old San Juan's finest dining experiences, El Picoteo, overlooking the open-air courtyard will tantalize you with the house specialty, tapas, a true culinary delight. A destination for local epicures and travelers alike.(expand)
Panorama is the only rooftop restaurant in Old San Juan with great local and int. dishes and a fresh and casual ambiance in its terrace you can enjoy a nice harbor view and the best piña colada in town.(expand)
When you have an appetite for a gourmet meal in casual yet elegant surroundings, relax in the open-air Patio del Nispero, located in the stately courtyard of El Convento. Alfresco dining has never been so tasteful. Open daily for breakfast and lunch.(expand)
Info: Breakfast, Caribbean, Cost-Moderate, Lunch, Open Daily, Restaurant, Seafood, Steak