Caleta 64 Apartment

Address: 64 Caleta de San Juan, San Juan, 00901-1506, Puerto Rico | Inn
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This inn, located in the Downtown/City center area of San Juan, is near San Juan Cathedral (Catedral de San Juan), Statue of Ponce de Leon, Felisa Rincon de Gautier Museum, and Plaza of San Jose.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Kitchenette
        • Pets allowed


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        TripAdvisor Reviews Caleta 64 Apartment San Juan

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from San Juan

        Getting to Puerto Rico

        A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 03, 2015

        1 comment

        ... First of all, the students were raring to go because they had been sitting on a plane all day, and secondly, everyone was starving since we hadn't eaten since leaving Denver!

        That started the adventure of trying to find a place to eat that wasn't overly expensive and was still open. This is low season for Puerto Rico and the time that many Puerto Ricans tend to travel around Puerto Rico. Close by the Sheraton, there is a Domino's, McDonald's, Burger King, and Subway, ...

        Día uno

        A travel blog entry by senorsteele on Mar 06, 2015

        Our travels started bright and early (4 AM) in Omaha, with a 6 AM flight to San Juan, PR, with a layover in Chicago. Our flights went well, and we arrived in San Juan approximately 30 min after we anticipated.
        Upon arrival in San Juan, we quickly (yeah right) rounded up our luggage and picked up our rental car. We had booked a guest studio apt. that we found through Home Away. The owner (Michael) had done a fabulous job ensuring that we knew where to go and that we ...

        El Morro y La Ciudad

        A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 31, 2014

        18 photos

        ... for Ponce de Leon, Puerto Rico’s first governor. It was lived in by his descendants for 250 years before going to the Spanish, then Americans, and now it’s a museum and historical monument. Given that it was a Sunday afternoon, it wasn’t open to visitors, so we continued on, turning east onto Beneficencia and passing the 500th anniversary plaza ("Plaza del Quinto Centenario") which is commemorated by a column celebrating the 500 ...

        What to Expect When Expecting on Your Honeymoon

        A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 28, 2014

        22 photos

        ... We didn’t get to eat here ourselves, but it comes highly recommended by the hordes of people waiting. The daily menu features fresh, organic, local produce and thus depends on the climate and season of Puerto Rico.

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        We also didn’t eat here, but it comes highly recommended by those who can’t get a table at Jose Enrique. Santaella does take reservations. The décor is worth the visit alone.

        Introduction to Old San Juan Cuisine

        A travel blog entry by ldillard on Dec 26, 2013

        8 photos

        ... open air patio area for a cup of coffee, but the hostess asked if we wanted to go to the 4th floor for FREE coffee and water. At first we thought we were being dismissed because we looked pretty ragged, but then when we got up there we realized that it was a self-serve coffee bar for guests only and she was allowing us to help ourselves – so nice. We drank coffee, waited out the rain, and talked.

        Having dried out a bit we ...