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After evacuating the Virgin Islands from hurricane Irma only to be sent to San Juan the day before Miss Maria paid a unwelcomed visit, I found this to be a gem. Basic room was very clean, bed very comfortable, water hot and good pressure. Nicely...More
There was no power in the city due to weather event. I decided to stay for respite since they had a power plant and accepted pets. First night was fine. Asked to extend for a third night. The power plant stopped working the second night....More
DO NOT STAY HERE!!!! I was waiting to leave a review until payment could be resolved, but since the hotel is completely indifferent and ignores every single attempt at communication, here goes. We were double charged For our 6 night stay over a month ago...More
Last minute find and booking. Reviews are pretty on spot. Older decor could use sprucing up.
The gem is the staff and the architecture. Location is nice. We stayed just as Hurricane Maria approached. Staff was nice and reassuring. Had to leave due to storm....More
I booked a stay at this hotel from September 6-10. Unfortunately that is the same time that Hurricane Irene hit so naturally I canceled the trip. Every other place I made reservations with canceled the reservation and refunded me EXCEPT for this hotel. They still...More
$130 - $243 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, this is not an all-inclusive hotel. We do have an in house restaurant, Niche Bistro which serves breakfast and dinner a la carte and we also include rates with breakfast included through third party companies like... More
No, this is not an all-inclusive hotel. We do have an in house restaurant, Niche Bistro which serves breakfast and dinner a la carte and we also include rates with breakfast included through third party companies like Booking and Expedia et al.