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204-206 Norzagaray Street, Old San Juan, PR 00901 San Juan, Puerto Rico – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 186 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Gallery Inn.
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Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Any additional children or adults are charged USD 35 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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This hotel is in the heart of historic Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Hotel guests will receive beach privileges at the El Convento Beach Club on Isla Verde Beach.
Score from 142 reviews Wonderful
Centrally located in San Juan City, Hotel Plaza de Armas is 220 yards from San Juan Bautista Cathedral and a 15 minute drive from the international airport. It features free Wi-Fi in common areas.
Score from 324 reviews Good
Featuring local artwork and a relaxing terrace, this Old San Juan hotel is less than 3 km from the Castillo de San Cristobal. An honor bar is located inside the hotel.
Score from 49 reviews Wonderful
From the moment you walk into the brick courtyard with parrots squawking and demanding a scratch behind the ear, you are in another world. Something from Jules Verne maybe –everywhere is art, sculpture, creativity and culture. Classical music in the gardens (live or recorded, hard to tell sometimes), friendly efficient service from all the staff, and the owner, Jan, is an absolute delight to meet and chat with during cocktail hour. Delicious breakfast (fresh-baked hot muffins, and more), an open honor-system bar with excellent wines.Great location near the forts, big museums, restaurants, tour trolley. And a dipping pool surrounded by sculpture to soak in after you walk your tootsies off. It's relaxing, enriching, a total experience that's more than a hotel— it's an adventure.
not much to complain about. it's being nitpicky but the fort-thick walls prevented wifi from getting thru to our room, tho just outside our door, in the sitting area, it was easy enough to connect.
Excellent Location. Decor, layout and ambiance of hotel is unique and very interesting.
Beautiful property in old San Juan with sea view
Bathroom very small and under construction, no TV
Loved the artwork and all the funky nooks and crannies, especially the pool area. The view from the rooftop was spectacular. The live music was a bonus. Sadly we never got to experience the beach house.
Like other reviewers..we had a hard time finding it - even asking police. Finally a man at the museum walked down the road to show us! No sign and the numbers are painted over to match the wall. Frustrating. Would have liked yogurt or something glutenfree on the breakfast options.
Lack of food options
Easy walking to either fort, shopping, cruise ships, eating. Great view of ocean. Jan the owner was fun to talk to. The birds were all very entertaining. Very accommodating staff.
My children were a little overwhelmed by all the faces in the room. We had to redecorate so they would feel comfortable. They found it a little creepy.
To appreciate the Gallery Inn, use all of your senses. Enjoy the beautiful art, the interesting antiques, the colorful parrots. But let your senses go even farther...become a child in a wonder land and let your imagination place you in periods of days gone by. Enjoy!
There's nothing NOT to like--the location, the comfortable beds and beautiful rooms, the roof top views, the courtyard breakfasts. I hope to visit again soon...
fantastic place, great location, a billion nooks and crannies to explore; lovely courtyards and gardens; cool birds, a most exquisite and gracious owner/sculptress whose art is everywhere; Tempur-Pedic mattresses and pillows- divine!
wi-fi service was sketchy, room phone did not work for 6 days, no electrical outlet in bathroom, outlets difficult to get to (under tables, etc)
The gardens, the view from our room (Ocean) and the roof top. Staff was friendly. Would consider your hotel again.
Photos on website and actual look of what we saw were different. Actual is still nice but not like the website.
If u r looking for a spanish home its ok but atleast it should be clean ,fresh,Good sleep atmosphere.on the contrary it was stinky,damp,small bathrooms,not so clean.I booked for three days , got there ,stayed for half an hour got out ,ended up losing 170$ of first night stay.I wonder how it got its rating.But not for me.And costly too compared to leading brand hotels.
The Gallery Inn was a very unique experience. We met its owner,Jan,who was very warm and welcoming. The place is several buildings brought together, so it is huge. There are flowers everywhere, along with parrots, and a wonderful outdoor place for breakfast , with classical guitar,and dinner, and a very nice swimming pool, also decorated with original art, done by Jan. The free tourist trolly was about half a block away, and took you all over Old San Juan. There were many restaurants and bars in the area, and all the locals that we met were very nice. Jan's staff were all very warm and helpful. Our room faced the front, and when the sutters were opened, we had a view of the Caribbean Sea. The beds were super comfortable, and ours was king size. No problems sleeping.The air conditioner kept us very cool. As an added bobus, there is a wine deck on the top floor, over looking a 360% view of San Juan, with cool breezes and beautiful sunsets. WQe would highjly recomment this hotel. It is unique, and nothing like you have experienced before. You can feel and see Jan's heart and soul in the building.You will not be disappointed.
Sometimes the birds can be a little "noisy" but we loved them anyway. They were a lot of fun.The rooms are air conditioned, but not the open areas of the hotel, which do have fans, but can be warm.
This was one of those properties where you know you made the right choice as soon as you pull up out front. The Inn is an amazing piece of authentic Puerto Rico architecture made even more incredible by the design decisions of the owner, a unique work of art herself....make sure you find the time to sit and talk to her. The Felipe Suite has a terrace that overlooks the ocean, spiced up with a hot tub built for two. If you think staying at a Marriott or Hilton is the pinnacle of lodging, then don't bother. But if you thrive on eclectic and authentic local flavor, you found the right place
Cant think of one thing i did not like!
No parking available. No sign or street number . Had to drag suitcases up and down a lot of steps and levels. Long crooked stairway to room. Nice suite but only bedroom air conditioned. Was very hot in the rest of the suite. Never got the breakfast, no idea where it was.
The ambience and style. All the plants and art. The friendly staff and location. Also the the very friendly greeting by the owner[ but I'm shy to respond and gather with guests except to say "hi", but she understood],which was kind.
Really nothing. I would go back and stay any time. I have to admit if had the money, I would stay at the El Convento,to check it out, but that's a big maybe. The guests I,m sure are more interesting at The Gallery.
The staff were helpful, and the decoration of the hotel had so much character. It was an easy walk to get to any place within the old town area.
This unique hotel was one of a kind. The pool was a amazing, the staff were very accommodating and the location was second to none.
The parking was a little unclear so we had to park in a massive parking structure not very close to the hotel the first night that cost us $60. After discussing it with the woman at the front desk, she allowed us to park in their driveway.
The view and the proximity to all of the sights. And the biggest and best it is on the trolley route.
Unique, like staying in a living museum, loads of character and charm, beautiful, great staff, excellent food, comfortable beds, a/c but also fresh air option!
Lovely and quiet place to stay . Like a retreat . I love the decorations. The owner is very polite and kind. I'm looking forward to go again. Lovely. Peaceful
The direction to get to the place. And The breakfast fee, in the online information , they tell you it's included and when you check out they will charge you for it.
Truly is a fascinating place.Everywhere you look is a reminisce of the owners artwork.The beaty and charm are a sight to see without a doubt. Would recommend this place a 1000 times to anyone staying in the area.
I am so glad I discovered the eclectic Gallery Inn in Old San Juan. The ambiance and charm of the restored colonial buildings was a fascination at every turn; the gardens are stunning; the unique rooms are straight out of an architectural magazine; the artwork by the owner is on every wall, nook, and cranny, inside and out; unique vignettes were artfully placed throughout and each one worthy of study. Our room faced the view of the ocean and Morro fort. We could feel centuries of history. The woman who cooked our breakfast also tended the lush gardens, and told us she had been with the Gallery Inn for 25 years. It felt as if we were personal guests of a gracious hostess, and actually we were. We definately plan to return again and again.
The slight noise from the busy street and music from a Sunday church service next door was only a slight disturbance. Honestly, it added to the charm and we left our windows open to soak it all in. I worried that the parrots might annoy me but I missed them when they were put away for the night.
The Gallery Inn is situated in a great location in Old San Juan that allows you to walk to everything. It's across from Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo San Cristobal and just blocks away from many shops and restaurants. Our room had a balcony towards the ocean so we had a wonderful view. We loved the history and uniqueness of the inn. It felt like you were staying in a museum in some respects because there was so much to look at and explore. We really enjoyed the historical aspect of the inn which was one of its appeals when looking for a place to stay. There are also about 5-7 birds of the owners that are perched throughout the place. They were interesting and fun to watch. The inn also had A/C which was great to come back to after a long warm day of site seeing and exploring. There's a fantastic roof top terrace with wonderful views of Old Juan open to all the guests. The staff is very friendly, welcoming and helpful. They're very willing to give you directions or tips on where to visit - all you have to do is ask!
It's hard to find at first because there's no address number or sign on the front, but once you find it it's quite a unique and fascinating place! There are only a handful of parking spots for the inn (which is not uncommon in this area) but beware of the parking situation in Old San Juan altogether! Although the birds are fun to look at and watch, sometimes they didn't choose the best times to be noisy (like at night). Along with an old place is older facilities. The water pressure was low (as expected) and there weren't any screens in the windows so we had lots of mosquitoes at certain times of the day. Although there was a continental breakfast included in the room rate, it's quite light so be prepared to get a follow up breakfast elsewhere or you can spring for the omelette bar which is an extra charge. There wasn't a TV in the room which we knew going in. It wasn't really a bad thing as we wanted to spend the vast majority of our time outside our hotel room but I thought I'd mention it. It would have been nice to wind down the evening with a little TV before bed but it definitely wasn't that important to us.
The location by the water and the friendly staff.
My room wasn't ready when it was supposed to be. The floor in the room was made of stones and very painful to walk on! There was no tv in the room and poor lighting so it was difficult to read. The room was highly overpriced for the features. I was awaken at 7am on Sunday by drilling/building repairs.
The comfortable bed , the soft and abundant towels and the wonderful view. The wonderful staff.
Poor Wifi. Also the continental breakfast could be more substantial ( fruit , cheeses, boiled eggs) . I was more reminiscent of a cheap motel.
beautiful atmosphere, you are taken into a whimsical world surrounded by works of art and faces in everything- even ash trays. This is a magical place and the staff do all they can to make sure you enjoy your stay. rooftop is amazing!