Acacia Seaside Inn Boutique

8 Taft St, Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00911, Caribbean
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Very Good
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Poor
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  • Families62
  • Couples81
  • Solo85
  • Business50

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The City Wall - Streets of Old San JuanThe City Wall - Streets of Old San Juan

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Castillo San CristobalCastillo San Cristobal

Pigeon ParkPigeon Park

Forum Posts

Acacia Seaside Inn

by dragonannie

We are visiting San Juan at the same time as my brother. He has already booked into the Casa del Caribe but I think the Acacia Seaside Inn looks better. Could anyone tell me how far apart they are please? If they're within walking distance I don't think it will matter if we are in different hotels.

Travel Tips for San Juan

Two enormous big Forts still in very good shape.

by Waalewiener

Definitely I would say the 2 huge Forts of Old San Juan,this picture features one of 2. San Cristobal built in the 18 th Century .They called it the Gibraltar of the West Indies. San Cristobal massive in size is one of the largest defences ever built in the Americas Guided tours through the '' Maze'' are available on Tuesday , Thursday, & Friday at 10 am 11 am 2 pm & 3pm.
Office open daily. 9 a.m -5 pm.
Located at Norzagaray street Old San Juan
Tel (787) 729-6653. Good memories of San Juan , the great colorful houses & buildings Goverment buildings , Forts ,Churches, stores Fountains, Monuments , not to forget the incredible harbour with its Cruise Ships and a Tall Ship.

CAMERAS AND TAKING PICTURES

by moiraistyx

Puerto Rico has loads of beautiful, historical and interesting things to take pictures of, so I suggest taking along a digital camera and plenty of rechargeable batteries. Jason was smart and also brought along his tri-pod. This allowed him to get some steady shots of some really pretty sites. The only thing with a tri-pod is you're gonna have to lug that around as well.

There is also good etiquette when it comes to taking pictures. You shouldn't take pictures of other people's children without first asking them. You should also avoid walking through other people's shots and avoid taking too long to take your photos. It's great that people stop and wait for you to snap a picture of your loved ones, but sometimes people take advantage and keep passers by waiting way to long.

If someone asks you to take a quick snap of them, you should oblige if you have the time. It is more than acceptable to ask others to take a picture of you and your loved ones as long as you ask nicely.

Feast of San Juan

by risse73

The annual Feast of San Juan Bautista, the city's patron saint, every June 23rd is a colorful and lively festivity. It is a national holiday with the city being enveloped in a festival atmosphere all day long. Thousands of people gather around the sea where they walk backwards three times at the strike of midnight to seek a better fortune for the future. I dunked myself in the water at midnight and found the experience to be exhilirating. It does not matter whether or not you believe in any of this, but the experience is worth trying at least once.

Enjoy this wonderful feast!

Packing List

by jonathanc

Remember San Juan is a bif modern americanized city; everything you can uy in Seattle or Idafo City can be bought here. We have the biggest Macy's in the country! My suggestion is to bring lots of your own hometown tee shirts. 'Tees' from out of town are valued local fashion items and make great irreplaceable gifts for new local amigos and amigas.

El Yunque Rainforest

by lashr1999

El Yunque features over 240 species of plants and wildlife, waterfalls, streams and hiking trails. You'll see spectacular views of the entire northeast coast. You need a car or bus tour to get here from San Juan. It takes half a day or more to see.

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 Acacia Seaside Inn Boutique

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Address: 8 Taft St, Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00911, Caribbean