We are fully operational. If the powers goes off we have a Honda inverter power generator for powering 8 to 12 hours (night to morning) the lights, fans, fridge and small electronics devices. ALWAYS IS SELF CHECK IN. So you can check in at ANY TIME before 3pm. The unit is a first floor apartment with one room, full kitchen, one living room, one full bathroom and. One queen bed in the master room. Two double sofa bed, ( for two people. ) We provide two pair of towels (big, medium and small) for each guest. Also we have a common laundry in other area of the house if you need you wash. We have parking space just in front of the house or inside our gates if it free at the booking days. The area have access control ( gated community) and a security guard patrolling every 15 minutes in sharp. The beach is just 2 minutes walking distance and we have external shower just at the entrance of the apartment. So you can take out the beach sand, etc... to keep the floor out of sand during your stay. The airport, the port and all touristic areas in San Juan just 15 minutes driving. (that include old San Juan) . The next neighborhood is Calle Loiza at 5 minutes walking with a plenty of bars and restaurants. Condado Touristic area is 7 minutes walking distance. Puerto Rico have City Sightseeing bus and you can take the San Juan Tour in STOP 1 just a few minutes from the apartment. The TV is connected to Internet and you can access Netflix using our profile Pwani or Koani.
Puerto Rico it’s graced by fabulous beaches, year-round sun and numerous opportunities for deep-sea fishing, diving and surfing, but there’s far more to Puerto Rico than suntans and snorkelling. Beyond the glitzy veneer of San Juan the coast remains incredibly raw and unspoiled, lined with miles of glittering white sands. Dig deeper and you’ll see the influence of the island’s rich stew of cultures – African, European and Taíno – in an exuberant array of festivals, tantalizing criollo food, gracious colonial towns, world-class rum and a dynamic musical tradition that gave birth to salsa.
The island’s mountainous interior is just as enticing, a land of torpid Spanish hill towns and gourmet coffee plantations. Ranches still raise Paso Fino horses, the finest in the Americas, and state forests preserve lush, jungle-covered peaks, fish-filled lakes and gurgling waterfalls. Yet it’s the juxtaposition of old and new, rather than a nostalgic throwback frozen in time, that makes Puerto Rico such a beguiling destination.
The island boasts an astounding diversity of landscapes, from the misty rainforests of El Yunque and the crumbling outcrops of karst country, to reef-encrusted desert islands and the withering dry forests of the southwest. And in several places, impenetrable mangrove swamps cradle one of nature’s most mind-boggling spectacles, the glowing waters of bioluminescent bays. Rent a car and it’s easy to escape the tourist areas, and you can zip between cool mountain forests and sun-bleached beaches in minutes. The island is remarkably safe, and though it can be tough for budget travelers, Puerto Rico compares favorably with other islands in the region.