San Juan Airport Hotel

Address: Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, San Juan, 00937, Puerto Rico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Airport area of San Juan, is near La Coca Falls, Carolina Beach, Club Gallistico de Puerto Rico, and Christopher Columbus Statue.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews San Juan Airport Hotel

      Convenient, Quiet, and Near Beaches


      My husband and I had an unplanned stay at this hotel. Our flight home had been cancelled due to snow and I booked 2 nights online. I was surprised by how quiet the hotel was, considering its location is at the airport! The beds were very comfortable too. There are a few things I did not like. One is that there is no swimming pool; another thing is that there is no restaurant or bar at the hotel. You have to go into the airport to eat or drink; lastly, the television in the room is a small, flat screen with extremely limited channels in English. While this hotel was perfect for our last minute planning needs, I don't think I'd want to stay longer than a couple days.

      Perfect place to overnight when flying next AM


      My husband and I were travelling to St. John from Denver. The way it worked out, we had to fly into San Juan late at night, then spend the night before catching a seriously early flight the next day. Thankfully, we discovered this hotel. It is directly beside the entrance to American Airlines, and eliminated the need for us to catch a taxi to and from another hotel. Its location allowed us to sleep just a tad later the next morning which, as weary travellers, we really appreciated. It is also VERY economical.

      We were also impressed with the facility and the security. The rooms were the cleanest I've ever seen, and we travel often. They seemed to have been recently rennovated/updated. They were TINY, mind you, but had flat screen tv's, and all the comforts you'd expect in a nice hotel. They were even sound proof, so we heard no airplanes coming and going during the night.

      The security there is also quite tight. There was a security officer at the entrance who wouldn't allow us to enter until he knew we were to be guests...which makes perfect sense given its location and the volume of foot traffic at the entrance to a major airline. Then the next day, after we had checked out and had gotten our boarding passes for our flight, we had some extra time on our hands. I decided to try to use their restroom believing it would be cleaner than the ones in the airport. I was stopped by a different security officer then on duty, and was not permitted to enter until he had confirmed that we were guests from the night before who had already checked out. This hotel seems serious about its security, so for women travelling alone, or just those of you who are particularly concerned about security, this is the place to go to feel secure.

      This is not a resort hotel by any stretch of the imagination, so look elsewhere for extended stays.

      Long on amenities for a short stay


      Stayed due to an unexpected layover in San Juan. Was a bit concerned regarding quality as I don't usually stay at Best Western. Pleasantly surprised as accommodations were just right. Rate of $125 was not bad for resort destination.



      Free continental breakfast

      Recent renovation

      Small work desk withWI-Fi and wired connections

      Firm comfortable bed (feather and foam pillows)

      Flat Screen TV

      Ultra convenient (just walk upstairs in Terminal D)

      Little airplane noise

      A/C works great


      Small room (8X10)

      Water in shower goes from hot to cold

      Small TV 20"

      Hallway noise

      Just what we were looking for


      This hotel provided us just what we were looking for, a nice clean place to stay in the airport. We arrived late in the evening the night before our cruise, rate and location made this hotel just right. Two downsides, first is there are stairs to get into the lobby, which makes it tough carrying luggage. Second, to get to the 6th floor, you need to take an elevator first to 5 and then switch over. However, according to the desk clerk the rooms on 6 have king size beds. As it has been stated here the rooms are very small, but we weren't looking for a resort. The flat screen TV and free internet was a huge bonus as well. Breakfast was your standard continental breakfast, nothing fancy, but plenty to eat. I would stay here again if I were cruising out of San Juan.

      Convenient, cozy, comfy and clean


      I was skeptical after reading some of the reviews here, but we found this hotel to be just fine. We stayed there overnight April 13 waiting for an early flight to Chicago. The rooms (and bathrooms) are really small, but they are very clean and comfortable and really pretty cozy. This hotel is total non-smoking which was a huge plus for us, and we found the staff to be very friendly and professsional. The bed was probably one the best we have ever had at a hotel, including some so-called 4 star hotels. They do keep the rooms very cold, but you can adjust the tempurature easily. The plasma tv's are really nice, and the continental breakfast was one of the better ones we have encountered. They have boiled eggs, fresh fruit, croissants, pastries, bagels, toast, and a really cool coffee machine that gives you choice of espresso, latte, 2 kinds of cappucino and regular coffee. They do not have room service or a restaurant, but there is a McDonalds, Taco Express, and a Subway close by in the airport that suffice for a meal or two. Plus the hotel is a short walk from any of the airlines, and right next to AA. No, it's not a fancy full-service resort and you wouldn't want to spend your entire vacation there, but it is a very fine place to wait overnight for a flight or for business. (They do have some conference rooms).

      Coming in late


      We arrived close to midnight before a cruise, wanting a quick place to sleep and shower. This hotel has conveinant access from the airport, no taxi fee. We stayed on the sixth floor, which was new, but chilly like an ice box. Being it was new, everything was clean and orderly, but small, no room for extra's, but the plasma screen tv was a nice touch. Our only complaint was the room was so cold we shivered our way to sleep, but the cold cereal and boiled eggs with juice were just enough to get us to the cruise ship terminal for early boarding the next morning. The front desk staff didn't know how to process our skymiles though, which was disappointing, since we also chose this hotel, to gain the delta skymiles.

      Convenient for travelers awaiting flight


      Very convenient - across from AA counters. Comfortable rooms. No restaurant, but toast and coffee for breakfast (nothing exciting) and sandwiches and chips at oither times (still unexciting.)

      Just passing through


      We only needed a hotel for one night prior to our cruise out of San Juan. This hotel provided just what we needed.

      The hotel was clean and the staff were friendly. A Continental breakfast service was included and very welcome. Complimentary Internet was available in all rooms as either wireless or highspeed wired access.

      Taxi service was literally right outside and it was no problem to get from the hotel to the Cruise port.

      If we were to cruise out of San Juan again I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

      Glad the airline was paying for this


      I had to overnight in S.J. due to missed connection (MAD/SJU/TMP) and received a comp room from IBERIA. The room was adequate but somewhat cramped, the TV had only 8 channels, with the only news being FOX, which is not a "news" source I find acceptable. No CNN. The tub did not allow for bath water, which certainly would have been welcomed after a couple of long flights. ANd the so-called SPA, which is a small deck with a hottub/jacuzzi was not available after 6 pm. On the plus side, the complimentary breakfast menu was plentiful, if ordinary (cold cereal, hard boiled eggs, toast, OJ and machine coffee). I am glad that the airline was paying for the room as the rate of $170 per night is outrageous. Unless you MUST stay at the airport, please avoid this facility. The beach hotels are only a $12 taxiride away and probably offer much more for your money. Happy Trails. JJJHEIN

      Smallest hotel room and lacking amenities


      We were forced to stay at the San Juan Best Western Airport due to a flight delay. The desk staff at the Best Western airport were very slow and it took two attendants to process each check in. Our room although clean, was the smallest, boxiest little room I have ever seen. We had barely enough space to store our luggage and be able to walk around the bed. The lighting is poor. The hot tubs (2) close at 6 p.m., which makes no sense to weary travelers. There is no pool. The exercise room is open 24 hours and was well maintained. The bathtub is only for looks. The drain plugs do not work and when we relayed this to the front desk attendant, we were told they are designed not to hold water as this would be a safety hazard. You can only use the tub as a shower. I would not recommend staying at this hotel unless you have no other choice.

      TripAdvisor Reviews San Juan Airport Hotel

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from San Juan

      Something old, Something new....

      A travel blog entry by kdneus on Jan 31, 2015

      33 photos

      ... Sleeping on a futon after 10 hours of sleep within 3 nights has a stiff learning curve. Puerto Rican homes are VERY open, lots of open shutters, open doors with closed gates. The living room that we are sleeping in is in the central part of the home. Long story short, we’ve since purchased ear plugs for our second and third night which made a world of a difference and can only hear the chorus of neighbourhood dogs occasionally at night now.

      Cruise is over ... back in San Juan

      A travel blog entry by travels4liz on Dec 21, 2014

      28 photos

      ... was. They told me they tried to phone me to tell me that they would move us to another room! Obviously, it didn’t sink in that the phone didn’t work either! Anyway, we finally got settled into another room where the safe and the phone worked, but discovered later that the bathtub had a very cushiony base, which indicated that there may be water built up underneath. We decided it wasn’t worth changing rooms again. It ...

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

      A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Jun 01, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... YES.

      So one week later, we find ourselves on a sunny, rum-soaked, long weekend in Puerto Rico, indulging my lifelong "West Side Story" fetish.

      Now, lest ye think that working for the world's largest travel company and getting free tickets is all posh and luxury, let me state that if one cashes in free tickets with one week's notice, one will get the crappiest flight schedule the airlines can dream up. We left Seattle at 12pm, arrived in New York at 9pm, ...

      Luna finds her wings ... and flies home!

      A travel blog entry by tammnel on Dec 26, 2012

      4 photos

      ... line. She began to get nervous, possibly because there were so many people in line, including a few other animals. When we got to the security area we took her out of the carrier and put her on the leash. The procedure is that you walk through the metal detector with the dog, and the carrier goes through the x-ray machine. After waiting in line for few minutes, Luna peed on the floor. First a little pee. Then a lake. Right there at the conveyor ...

      Day CS1, Saturday, December 15, The Big Day, San J

      A travel blog entry by rafinmd on Dec 16, 2012

      9 photos

      ... I left about 11:20.

      Today's parting shot is based on one of the minister's comments. He quoted a proverb "Wise is the man who listens to his wife, for he shall gain wisdom", and added that the reverse is also true. I would take it one step further and say that when both listen to each other, the whole wisdom gained is greater than the sum of it's parts. Keith and Tracey, may it always be true for you.