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The Spanish colonial architecture features high ceilings; thick, gnarled, exposed mahogany beams; and breeze-friendly louvered doors that let in the Atlantic winds. Full review →
Rooms have preserved their period grandeur, with high ceilings, huge windows, Andalusian tile, and exposed mahogany beams.
All the guest rooms are lavish and inviting, with a mix of wrought-iron and hand-hewn wood furniture, shuttered windows, and mahogany-beamed ceilings. Full review →
Puerto Rico's most famous hotel came back to life after a 1997 restoration, and it remains one of the most charming historic hotels in the Caribbean and a quintessential Old San Juan experience. Full review →
Hotel El Convento exhibits a timeless aura of old world charm and splendor... Located in Old San Juan, the hotel offers 58 elegant rooms. Full review →
Beautifully restored former convent in Old San Juan with colonial interiors and traditional Puerto Rican cuisine. Full review →
Historic monument, tapas restaurant, meeting place, coffee bar and evocative colonial building…without a doubt El Convento is Puerto Rico’s most complete atmospheric and multifaceted hotel. Full review →
It was a convent for 252 years, and today it's the neighborhood's principal upscale hotel, offering elegant rooms and suites filled with Spanish antique treasures and modern amenities. Full review →
This former convent remains the most intoxicating option for travelers in search of the essence of Old San Juan Full review →Diners have three informal but inventive eateries to choose from, and the cafe has evolved into a brew-pub of sorts with nearly two dozen beers to choose from.
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