Acacia Boutique Hotel

Address: 8 Taft St, San Juan, 00911, Puerto Rico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Condado/Santurce area of San Juan, is near Ocean Park Beach, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Plaza de Armas, and Bellas Artes.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Acacia Boutique Hotel San Juan

      Great Choice!!!! Will not be dissapointed!!!!

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      Yea Puerto Rico is a Beautiful island!!! This hotel was just as impressive. The room was great (306!). The staff was great, corteous, and more than helpful (shout out to LUIS!!!) The jacuzzi was amazing and a delight. Especially at night the hotel was really nice(you'll see what I'm talking about.) Can't wait to visit again!!!!!

      BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE

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      First off let me just say puerto rico itself is just a BEAUTIFUL ISLAND. I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT IT FROM THE BEAUTIFUL SITES, THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, FANTASTIC FOOD...EMPHASIS ON FOOD:) TO THE CULTURE, HOUSES,ETC, ETC.

      Now, my staying at ACACIA was a beautiful surprise. see my friends and i were on springbreak and we decided to go to PR so we booked the trip on expedia for a great deal and was going to stay at casa del but thanks to expedia when we finally arrived in PR and finally made it to our hotel WE WERE TOLD WE DIDNT HAVE RESERVATIONS. YES THANKS TO EXPEDIA. so after our initial shock and disbelief wore off we were told that our reservatios were actually sent to thier sister THE BEAUTIFUL ACACIA INN. at first we wee a lil nervous about this place bcuz we hadnt seen pics or reviewed it but when we arrived ACACIA we were thankful for the mix up.....it was an upgrade all the way I mean casa del caribe was a nice place but Acacia was gorgeous. we had a great room with a balcony view of ocean park beach, a jacuzzi on the second floor, a sun deck on the top floor, a great staff especially luis and a beautiful ambiance. ACACIA was the perfect spot for us, it was calm and cool, romantic and fun. when i come back ACACIA is where i will be staying, hands down

      Me encantó el Acacia

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      Pasé mi primer viaje a Puerto Rico en el mejor lugar posible, el Acacia Seaside Inn. El personal era muy amigable y atento a cada huésped. El Acacia está bien ubicado y el jacuzzi en el segundo piso está genial. ¡Tengo ganas de volver!

      Loved the Acacia

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      I spent my first trip to Puerto Rico in the best place possible, the Acacia Seaside Inn. The staff was very friendly and attentive to every guest. The inn is in a great location and the 2nd floor jacuzzi was a delight. I want to go back again!

      Das Acacia hat mir sehr gefallen.

      from

      Habe bei meiner ersten Reise nach Puerto Rico im bestmöglichen Hotel gewohnt, dem Acacia Seaside Inn. Die Angestellten waren sehr freundlich und jedem Gast gegenüber sehr aufmerksam. Das Inn hat eine tolle Lage und der Whirlpool im 2. Stock war wirklich super. Möchte wieder hin!

      Beautiful Little Place

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      Hi everyone:

      My fiance and I had to go to Puerto Rico for my brother wedding and being a native of the Island, used to stay in big and nice hotels, had a little doubt about this Inn. To our surprise the place is beautiful, is just a few feet from the beach, the room was a little bit small, we only paid $95.00 per night, but it was very clean, the reception is gorgeous, the staff was very helpful. The are finishing construction of the new Restaurant. In the second floor they have a BEAUTIFUL SPA that is great to be use after a long day outside at the beach or shopping, just for relaxation. The only thing that we didn't like was that they didn't have parking available but overall we had a really nice stay. Defenitely we would recommend it and we are looking forward to go back.

      Simplemente perfecto

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      Buscábamos unas vacaciones tranquilas cerca de la playa. Esta posada cumplió perfectamente con nuestros requisitos. Calle tranquila, a solo unos pasos de la playa, personal extremadamente amigable y servicial, piscina de spa, solario con ducha y cuarto de baño en la azotea, instalaciones hermosas en las áreas públicas y, también, en las habitaciones. Estuvimos a unos pasos de muchos restaurantes con sabor caribeño. Una presencia policial notable pero eso contribuyó a sentirnos seguros. Cerca del aeropuerto. Me gustaría visitarlo de nuevo.

      Just Right

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      We were looking for a quiet getaway near the beach. This inn filled the bill perfectly. Quiet street, just a few steps from the beach, extremely friendly and helpful staff, spa pool, sundeck with shower and bathroom on roof, lovely appointments in public areas and rooms.

      We were short walk to many restaurants with Carribean flavor. Police presence heavy, but gave feeling of security. Close to airport.

      We would be very inclined to revisit.

      Next to the beach

      from

      Work is mostly completed and the hotel is very nice and clean they did a beautiful design in the common areas and exterior area - we only saw 1 or 2 construction workers - and their work was not noticeable

      -we in 2 different rooms, first a full bed in very small room and a large shower

      2nd room had a queen bed in larger room with balcony it had a tiny bathroom (needed some paint), there were no sitting area in the room or chairs on its balcony

      Rooms are very simple no fridge or phone -has a small TV, AC Beds are new and comfortable -

      They have junior suite which supposedly are larger and has a separate sitting area

      BYO beach towel- or chairs - coolers (the hotel provides very small towels - I saw people bring their bed blankets to the beach)

      No one showed us around and was on the 3 day we found they large hot tub on second floor

      Most of the time front desk is not occupied - - all questions go through Wind Chimes Inn a block away

      Location - 2 building from the beach and walking distant from several restaurants

      Two Thumbs Up for Acacia Seaside Inn!!!

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      I recently stayed at this amazing hotel with my boyfriend. I was a bit adamant when reading the only review posted for the hotel, but obviously this is based on the hotel's last administration, when it was called Arcade Inn and owned by an Italian guy.

      When I called to enquire about room availaibilty, I had to ask if the hotel was truly full of bugs and run down as the reviewer had posted! If I am going to stay at a hotel, I need to make sure it is safe, clean, and hospitable. And surely I found this new hotel Acacia Seaside Inn to be the best place in Condado! They were finishing renovations for the lobby and the pool while we were there, so we got a special reasonable rate. The new hotel administration is the same as the Wind Chimes', another boutique hotel down the street, where we were able to use their facilities for the time being.

      Acacia is truly an intimate place as the website states, and their service was excellent! We stayed in a room with a queen size bed and a balcony on the second floor. Upon making reservations, I had mentioned the trip was a birthday gift for my boyfriend, so when we got to the room, a nice birthday note was on top on the drawer from the whole staff! I found this to be such an important detail I will always remember! Thank you Spring (I believe her name is primavera?) for making my stay enjoyable and beautiful!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Acacia Boutique Hotel San Juan

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