|This 2 bedroom apartment, designed around a center courtyard,
is on the first floor of a fully restored former Spanish Colonial residence located in the heart of Viejo San Juan
(Old San Juan). Revisit the Old Spanish architectural charm by spending your vacation in the historic Old San Juan
district. This home is located within walking distance of all the tourist attractions, restaurants, and night-clubs
this beautiful part of the city has to offer. It is also within walking distance to all Cruise Ship mooring docks,
and the famous El Morro.
This two story home has been completely restored to its original Spanish splendor with full Spanish-style doors and open living concept; wooden balcony overlooking original coblestone streets; and original color scheme. It is tastefully decorated and furnished throughout with all modern amenities.
|A 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment located on the first floor of a fully restored Spanish Colonial residence that has
been converted into a guest house. It has a modern fully equipped kitchen, ceiling fans, Cable TV and Stereo, all
bed linens, full balcony, located in the popular Viejo San Juan (Old San Juan) tourist district of San Juan, Puerto
Price for accommodations: daily: $165.00, weekly: $1150
|This vacation rental apartment is located at the northern end of Calle Cruz
(Cruz Street) in legendary Old San Juan, within walking distance to all attractions and historic monuments. Including
El Morro de San Felipe, El Morro de San Cristobal, Puerta de San Juan, La Princesa promenade, Casa Blanca, Puerto
Rican History museums, grand churches, and the popular La Fortaleza shopping district with all its shops and restaurants
just to name a few.
Don't forget to schedule a visit to La Fortaleza, the Puerto Rico Governor's Mansion is also fully restored to its original Spanish splendor. El Morro (Spanish for 'Promontory') is another magnificent place to visit still brandishing the Spanish military flag and Royal Coat of Arms alongside the US Flag. El Morro is the unique attraction that has given Puerto Rico its place in history with its majestic 500 year old walls and fortifications rising 140 feet above sea level still protecting 'La Bahia de San Juan'.