Doncella Winds at 114 Doncella st. is a modern structure not quite seeing in the island. The TH-2 unit, a 4th floor-2,500 sq. ft. modern townhouse, is style with polished cement floors and exposed cement walls, open spaces, high sealing, ample rooms and a beautiful terrace that contrast with the homie decoration. Decoration is minimalist, cozy and trendy but with a family ambience at the same time.
Getting around is easy by either walking or car. If you rent a car, parking is free as we have two available. If you plan to not rent a car, the area is easily walkable to both sides. To the east, Isla Verde, just 3 blocks away and to the west is Ocean Park and Condado which may take you around 15 min walking to Ocean Park and 25-30 minutes to Condado.
Ocean Park and Punta Las Marias - Dividing the competitive beach resort areas of the Condado and Isla Verde, Ocean Park and Punta Las Marias are beachfront residential neighborhood with probably the prettiest and most low-key beach in San Juan. The beaches are wide here, and the sun beats down on the beach longer because there are few large condominiums. It's great for windsurfing and kite-sailing, games of paddle ball and body surfing. The tree-covered streets are filled with beautiful suburban homes, a charming mix of Malibu, Spanish, and Caribbean influences.
The white, arching Ultimate Trolley Beach delineates the border between Ocean Park and Punta Las Marias. Adjacent to that, the neighborhood of Santa Teresita, with its share of equally stunning residences, has an equally nice park, Barbosa Park. The park is usually filled with soccer and basketball players. There are tennis courts, a baseball field, and a track, which are always a beehive of activity.
The beach disappears into a rock formation at Punta Las Marías, which is a gated community open to pedestrian visitors during the day. But unless you're a windsurfer using one of the neighborhood's famed launching points, your experience of the beaches are mostly in Park Boulebard st.
Another interest lately are the string of fine restaurants along Calle Loíza, right before it turns into Avenida Isla Verde.
Isla Verde- just steps from the townhouse, Playa Isla Verde basks in its reputation as the Copacabana of Puerto Rico. this broad, mile-long wedge of sand that lies to the east of Punta Las Marías is an undeniable beauty.
Serenity seekers may prefer to dodge the extended families and colonizing spring-break hedonists that stake space here and head west to Ocean Park beaches.
Condado is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Puerto Rico, and offers resorts and guesthouses right on the beach for tourists. The beautiful oceanfront Window of the Sea Park is at the center of the area; it opens onto the Atlantic Ocean and is fronted by gleaming townhouses and luxury towers, home to glamorous residences, restaurants, and designer fashion stores. These include Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo, luxury condos, and Budatai, one of the island's best restaurants. The former La Concha has opened next door and luxury condos were builted in the former Vanderbilt hotel nearby. Luxury hotels and more modest guesthouses fill the sector, as do wonderful restaurants of all types. One central road, Avenida Ashford, runs through Condado, which, at night especially, still evokes something of Miami Beach, with its restored Art Deco properties and modern luxury condos and hotels.