The hotel needs to be updated. The stay was comfortable and the people were very nice.
Food in the hotel was very expensive. Breakfast for four was $100, it's less expensive to have breakfast at Starbucks located at the hotel lobby.
Since the minute we checked in, till the moment we checked out we were treated beyond well. The lady at the front desk Sandra was amazing with tips and advices for places to visit and explore. She really was helpful and treated us like family. Location is kind of sketchy but we were "wowed" once we got to the hotel. We took the 3 bed suite and we felt at home with the amenities inside. Very spacious, clean and fully stocked kitchen. Thank you all for the great first time experience in PR. Def coming back to Ciqala next time we are visiting PR
Wanted to stay in an affordable & non-commercila hotel in old San Juan after our cruise & Hotel Milano fit the bill perfectly. The Punto de Vista restaurant on the roof (not owned by the hotel) was an unexpected surprize!
Traveller from Twin Cities, MN
Affordable upscale hotel centrally located within walking distance of Old San Juan s many tourist attractions and the cruise …More
Charming older hotel with a pleasant Asian feel.I was disappointed in our room because it was small and had no view of the ocean.There were many others that did have views. I blame Expedia for this misstep. It was clean, staff lovely and helpful (wake up call & Taxi at 3:30 & 4am). A great last 2 days in Puerto Rico. The ocean was perfect for swimming, body surfing, sail boarding, people watching. They provided lounge chairs & the bar was right there. We left with the ocean in our ears and sunset in our hearts.
Traveller from Brownsville Oregon
A tourist-class hotel, the Hosteria Del Mar features a restaurant, a tour desk, taxi service and a multilingual staff. All of …More
San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico, and its cultural hub. Half of the island’s population lives in the greater metropolitan area, and most visitors enter here as well. Old San Juan, with its cobblestone streets and old colonial architecture, lies on a small island connected to the mainland by bridges; it is guarded by 16th and 17th century forts, now World Heritage sites open to the public.