Our 4 yr Anniversary, hotel great, staff amazing & very friendly as well as helpful. Used their free bike system great rode all day. Breakfast great! Close to everything. Free shuttle to beach-wonderful! My husband & I relaxed by the pool/jaccuzi area clean, bar at rooftop waiters/staff great! Will be back next time with my family! Great trip! Thanks
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Located in Miramar, guests can enjoy top city attractions such as the Pan-American Pier, Old San Juan, San Cristobal Fort …More
Great place to stay to see Old San Juan. Everything was in walking distance. Plus, we were able to check out and leave our luggage with them while we caught more of the sights before boarding our cruise.
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Statue of Ponce de Leon, San Juan Cathedral, and …More
I hadn't been to my island in 21 year's and I found myself surrounded by such humble and welcoming staff although the room was quite small and the parking wasn't the greatest the staff was the most pleasant and hospitable I've encountered in such a long time. I would definitely come back and recommend thank you to all the Wave staff for being so pleasant!
Traveller from Milwaukee
Situated near the beach, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Parque Laguna del Condado Jaime Benitez and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
Great staff but they never changed our sheets, when the power went out they didn't have a generator, which EVERY hotel has . I'm pretty sure that was the only hotel with no generator. Beside me paying for a place to stay and not using air or even water .. they staff tried there best to make my family happy ! Owner should be proud of staff and very disappointed in him or herself !
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from San Jorge Children's Hospital and within 3 mi (5 km) of Jose …More
San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico, and its cultural hub. Half of the island’s population lives in the greater metropolitan area, and most visitors enter here as well. Old San Juan, with its cobblestone streets and old colonial architecture, lies on a small island connected to the mainland by bridges; it is guarded by 16th and 17th century forts, now World Heritage sites open to the public.