Aleli By the Sea

Address: 1125 Sea View Street, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Condado/Santurce area of San Juan, is near Condado Beach, Aquatica, Ashford Avenue, and Santurce Marketplace.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from San Juan

      Old San Juan and Mofongo

      A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Feb 03, 2015

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... to me). I tried to get a few pictures that matched the ones I took then, and if I can find them I will see whether my memory is true or not.


      It was really impressive to sail past El Morro. David and I came back to San Juan for a week about ten years ago (we liked our taste of it on the cruise so much we came back for a longer stay). At that time I visited El Morro and saw all the dungeons and armament rooms and secret passages ...

      From Oakleys to $10 special

      A travel blog entry by kshanna on Oct 03, 2014

      ... we tried (although we did snag one for ourself on the ship - Don Q gold) at Casa Melaza. The store was way tinier than we thought it would be but the owners were very nice and chatty despite their malfunctioning AC!

      I also conned Kyle into stopping at Caficultura for some coffee since I had heard it was the best. In retrospect we should not have bothered since we weren't going to stay. Getting coffee took forever despite only having one table before us and there ...

      El Morro y La Ciudad

      A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 31, 2014

      18 photos

      ... filled with ham, chicken and steak, and several delicious sauces. It's like a Caribbean phillie cheesesteak and they were only $7.50 a piece (compared to the $20-30 a plate we would have paid at Inaru). We sat at a picnic table overlooking the water and ate our sandwiches, striking up a conversation with a few locals who were enjoying their Sunday evening with some Tico Tripleta as well. In all it felt like we made the better choice by leaving the other ...

      I Like To Be In A-mer-i-ca

      A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Jun 01, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... on day excursions.

      Old Town itself is quite picturesque- within the stone walls, the colonial buildings are painted vibrant pastel colors. However, every shop was a Wendy's, a Subway, a jeweler's, a For Lease sign, another Wendy's...so we asked a local shopkeeper where we could get cheap, good Puerto Rican food. She sent us to a dive called "Good Dinners" (we think that was the name, there was a sign on the window saying that). We were the only ones in the ...

      Todos es perfecto

      A travel blog entry by gunduana on Feb 13, 2014

      30 photos

      Randy and his family (it's him and his parents, Sonia & Símon) took us in to their San Juan home and treated us like old family friends. "Mi casa es su casa" style. They took really good care of us. They say all they were showing us is normal Puerto Rican hospitality. We spent a couple of hours in the stunning old San Juan, of which many parts are a world heritage site.
      Randy also made us or made us buy typical food, for example surrolitos (hush puppies) for breakfast, ...