At Wind Chimes Boutique Hotel

Address: 1750 McLeary Ave, 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 At Wind Chimes Boutique Hotel San Juan

      Great Stay @ The Wind Chimes


      Great staff & great cozy little inn. This was the best winter vacation I've had. Everyone I know traveling to Puerto Rico will hear nothing but great things about this place. I traveled Jan 16-21. The staff recommended great eateries as well as the best beaches.

      Romantic oasis in the Condado!


      I felt right at home at this inn. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room I stayed in was small but extremely charming. I recommend taking some time to relax at the Boat Bar or the pool. The bartenders are friendly and can give some good advice on places to eat. I would recommend this inn to anyone going to San Juan unless you are a real party animal. The inn is within walking distance to the large chain hotels with casinos but if walking isn't your thing then try someplace else. I simply cannot say enough good things about Wind Chimes. I will definately stay here again if I come to San Juan again!

      What a great place


      I felt welcomed from the minute I checked into the Inn. The staff were wonderful and helpful with everything. You must try the chicken wraps at the boat bar! I will definitely stay here when I return to PR.

      Great and beatiful


      Just spent 4 nights there for the Thanksgiving week. The inn is simply beautiful and charming.

      It is in a residential neighberhood, about 15~20 min walk to where everything is. But taking a bus or a taxi is cheap and easy. We took a bus to Old San Juan. It only costs 25 cents one way, and the bus stop is less than 5 min from the inn. Taking the bus itself is an interesting experience also. We took the taxi back to the inn from Old San Juan and it costs us $15, not too bad either.

      The staff at the front desk are all very friendly and helpful. They gave us good directions and advises, also good restaurant suggestions.

      It has been a wonderful experience staying at "At Wind Chimes"!

      Very Quaint


      I had an enjoyable stay here, but be ready to take the bus or get a rental car, because there is not much nearby except beach and condos. Small enough to feel at home and clean. Unique and well decorated with a ranchero family feel to it. You will probably get to know several of the other guests due to the cozy nature of the place. I would definately stay here again, but only if I could not get a similar price at one the the fancy resorts.

      Charming Inn


      Charming Inn. Interesting rooms. Friendly staff. Near the beach.

      Excellent place to stay on a business trip


      "At Wind Chimes" would be excellent for a vacation stay. I however, was there on business and it was equally nice for that. The rooms are VERY reasonably priced, and the staff was outstanding. The architecture at the in is very nice, and the outdoor coctail lounge can't be beat. I would recommend this place to anybody.

      Wonderful, quaint inn


      I recently spent 5 days At Wind Chimes Inn, and it was one of the best travel experiences I have had. The location was ideal, just a one block walk to the beach, and within walking distance to some great restuarants. Old San Juan was accessible by either an inexpensive cab ride, or by bus only a block away. The staff were extremely helpful, friendly and curteous, and the rooms were well kept. I would definitely recommend this charming inn to anyone traveling to San Juan!

      Private, residential, well-managed inn


      At Wind Chimes Inn is situated in a lovely (1920s) villa in the Condado area -- a short (.25 cent!) bus ride to old San Juan. The inn is very well managed -- with attention to bookings,house-keeping, schedules, and needs of its cliente. The 'boat bar' -open to residents only- serves good food throughout the day, and light dinners in the evening. The atmosphere is both quiet and friendly -- secure and residential.

      A fabulous space to unwind


      My girlfriend and I stayed at this great little inn for 3 nights. Located on the border of Condado Beach and Ocean Park Beach, the inn has a lot to offer. We had a spacious room, with a comfortable king bed and little kitchenette. All of the staff are really friendly and helpful, suggesting places to eat and hang out, the best ways to get around the island, which tours are and are not worth the money...even the best place to order pizza!

      The beautiful white sand beaches are literally about a 2 minute walk from the inn, although we took a cheap cab ride further down Condado beach (to lie out in front of the Atantic Beach Bar where it's quieter and you can order drinks on the beach). If you're looking for some night action, the inn is about a 15 minute walk (or a cheap, short cab ride) down the street to restaurants and bars. We also discovered that the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (in the Santurce neighborhood) is only a 10 minute walk.

      The inn also has a bar that serves breakfast, sandwiches, and fun "bar" food. Make sure to try some salsa and sangria!!

      We had a fabulous, relaxing time here, which is what a vacation is all about!

      TripAdvisor Reviews At Wind Chimes Boutique Hotel San Juan

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