Hosteria del mar san juan: Hosteria del Mar, San Juan – Updated 2022 Prices

What To REALLY Expect If You Stay

Pros

  • Gorgeous beachfront location on Ocean Park Beach
  • Laid-back restaurant, bar, and lounge on-site all facing the ocean
  • Breezy rooms with cool-hued beachy decor, minibars, and flat-screen TVs
  • Some rooms have balconies with ocean views and the sound of
    crashing waves
  • Beachfront bar has daily happy hour specials
  • Ocean Park Beach, known for onshore winds, is popular for
    kiteboarding and wind surfing
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout

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Cons

  • Built in the 1970s and is showing its age in places
  • Some rooms open directly onto the terrace of the restaurant
  • Music from the lounge can be heard in some rooms
  • Hallways are narrow and dark
  • No on-site parking
  • Rooms in the back of the property are small and lack ocean views

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This hotel has reopened following the impact of Hurricane Maria in September 2017. Travelers should note that the island wassignificantly impacted by the storm. The 23-room Hosteria Del Mar is a laid-back, mid-range boutique property with direct beach access located in the upscale residential enclave of Ocean Park. Guests have easy access to a one-mile stretch of golden sand that’s popular with locals and kite boarders. The low-slung property mixes artifacts from the owner’s travels to Morocco, Thailand, and the Mediterranean with casual, beach-inspired style. The property’s restaurant, bar, and lounge all face the ocean and some rooms also offer sea views from their balconies. Despite its stellar beachfront location, the 30-year-old property shows signs of aging and lacks the resort-style amenities found at larger hotels such as La Concha in Condado or the Courtyard by Marriott in Isla Verde. 

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Amenities

  • Internet
  • Pets Allowed

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An off-the-beaten-track beachfront boutique with the atmosphere of a casual, quirky retreat

This established 30-year-old property was once a private home
before becoming a hotel. Located in the quiet residential area of
Ocean Park, the mid-range Hosteria del Mar sits behind a white decorative concrete wall shaded
by a canopy of mature trees. The entrance immediately announces the hotel’s Zen-like
vibe — a narrow bridge crosses a stone-bottomed pool with a rain-shower waterfall; a bench invites guests to sit; and a carved Thai figurine hangs on the wall,
one of many items collected by the hotel’s owner during her travels. Inside, the small lobby is wrapped in shiny wood paneling.
An arrangement of rattan chairs and an intricately carved wooden bench topped
with tangerine cushions is set on a sea-grass rug. Azucena flowers (a strongly
fragrant flower popular in Puerto Rico) are arranged in a tall vase and an
ornate gold mirror masks the paneling and flooring that hints at the
building’s 1970s birth.

The lobby opens directly into the property’s restaurant, Uvva,
a breezy space with vaulted ceilings, white marble-topped tables, and dark wood
shutters tilted at open angles to reveal peeks of the aquamarine water of the sea. A curvy bamboo-fronted bar is decorated with
colorful glass lanterns from Morocco. The outdoor bar and terrace has a stretch of wooden deck
built around trees and is outfitted with silver tables and blue chairs set with simple vases of
flowers. The sounds of crashing waves and the breeze make the deck an enticing spot for lunch or cocktails. In the evenings, the hotel’s lounge, a tent-like space with a bar and
beachy furnishings covered in bright blue and green striped fabric, turns up a selection of relaxed music. Guests are drawn here for the laid-back, slightly unkempt, beachy vibe that allows visitors to mingle with locals and take leisurely walks on the beach. 

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Location

On the beach in Ocean Park, about a 10-minute drive to the San Juan International Airport

Set between Condado Beach to the west and Isla Verde to the
east, Ocean Park is a tranquil residential area with tree-lined streets and a
beautiful stretch of golden sand. Formerly a private residence, this hotel is set in a particularly peaceful location with direct and easy beach access. 

  • 10-minute drive to the San Juan International Airport
  • 12-minute drive to Condado Beach
  • 20-minute drive to Old San Juan
  • 35-minute drive to El Yunque National Forest
  • One-hour drive to the Fajardo Ferry Terminal
  • Two-hour drive to Rincon

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Rooms

A selection of recently renovated rooms with beach-cottage style facing the ocean or the interior courtyard

This hotel features three categories of rooms distinguished
primarily by the view. The Interior rooms, located in the courtyard at the rear
of the property, are the smallest (161 square feet) and come equipped with
either one double or single bed. The hotel’s Ocean View rooms feature either
one king or two double beds and are much larger (323 square feet),
offering views of the sea from balconies and terraces. There’s also an apartment for longer stays.

The rooms underwent a recent renovation, upgrading the decor
to a casual, beach-inspired style. Some rooms offer king-size beds with tufted ivory headboards and matching slipper
chairs while other rooms are furnished with more traditional style wood
furnishings plus simple headboards and armoires and a color palette of taupe and sea-glass blue. Floors are finished in
terra-cotta tiles while the walls are white and hung with canvas
artwork that depicts beach scenes or wood-framed prints of flowers. 

Flat-screen TVs are hidden in armoires or mounted on the walls, and minibars with soda, water, and wine are set on floral trays or stocked in mini-fridges.
The bathrooms have white-tiled single vanities and shower/tub combos lined
with decorative shower curtains in floral and striped patterns. The ocean-facing rooms have small terraces with a table and
two chairs, ideal perches for watching the waves and kite boarders.

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Rooms

Features

Three bars, a restaurant, and a laid-back lounge all within a few steps of Ocean Park Beach

The lounge at Hosteria del Mar exudes a beachy, surfer style designed to make guests feel at ease. Chill music sets the tone in the tent-like space with concrete floors built around existing palm and almond trees. Tables and chairs are scattered around and there are also plenty of chaise loungers, daybeds, and sofas finished in peppy lime-green and blue stripes to entice guests to sink in and relax, cocktail in hand, while listening to the crashing surf. The property also has a full-service restaurant and a terrace bar that holds daily happy hour specials. Wi-Fi is free throughout. 

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Features

Scene

An off-the-beaten-track beachfront boutique with the atmosphere of a casual, quirky retreat

This established 30-year-old property was once a private home
before becoming a hotel. Located in the quiet residential area of
Ocean Park, the mid-range Hosteria del Mar sits behind a white decorative concrete wall shaded
by a canopy of mature trees. The entrance immediately announces the hotel’s Zen-like
vibe — a narrow bridge crosses a stone-bottomed pool with a rain-shower waterfall; a bench invites guests to sit; and a carved Thai figurine hangs on the wall,
one of many items collected by the hotel’s owner during her travels.  Inside, the small lobby is wrapped in shiny wood paneling.
An arrangement of rattan chairs and an intricately carved wooden bench topped
with tangerine cushions is set on a sea-grass rug. Azucena flowers (a strongly
fragrant flower popular in Puerto Rico) are arranged in a tall vase and an
ornate gold mirror masks the paneling and flooring that hints at the
building’s 1970s birth.

The lobby opens directly into the property’s restaurant, Uvva,
a breezy space with vaulted ceilings, white marble-topped tables, and dark wood
shutters tilted at open angles to reveal peeks of the aquamarine water of the sea. A curvy bamboo-fronted bar is decorated with
colorful glass lanterns from Morocco. The outdoor bar and terrace has a stretch of wooden deck
built around trees and is outfitted with silver tables and blue chairs set with simple vases of
flowers. The sounds of crashing waves and the breeze make the deck an enticing spot for lunch or cocktails. In the evenings, the hotel’s lounge, a tent-like space with a bar and
beachy furnishings covered in bright blue and green striped fabric, turns up a selection of relaxed music. Guests are drawn here for the laid-back, slightly unkempt, beachy vibe that allows visitors to mingle with locals and take leisurely walks on the beach. 

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Scene

Location

On the beach in Ocean Park, about a 10-minute drive to the San Juan International Airport

Set between Condado Beach to the west and Isla Verde to the
east, Ocean Park is a tranquil residential area with tree-lined streets and a
beautiful stretch of golden sand. Formerly a private residence, this hotel is set in a particularly peaceful location with direct and easy beach access. 

  • 10-minute drive to the San Juan International Airport
  • 12-minute drive to Condado Beach
  • 20-minute drive to Old San Juan
  • 35-minute drive to El Yunque National Forest
  • One-hour drive to the Fajardo Ferry Terminal
  • Two-hour drive to Rincon

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Location

Rooms

A selection of recently renovated rooms with beach-cottage style facing the ocean or the interior courtyard

This hotel features three categories of rooms distinguished
primarily by the view. The Interior rooms, located in the courtyard at the rear
of the property, are the smallest (161 square feet) and come equipped with
either one double or single bed. The hotel’s Ocean View rooms feature either
one king or two double beds and are much larger (323 square feet),
offering views of the sea from balconies and terraces. There’s also an apartment for longer stays.

The rooms underwent a recent renovation, upgrading the decor
to a casual, beach-inspired style. Some rooms offer king-size beds with tufted ivory headboards and matching slipper
chairs while other rooms are furnished with more traditional style wood
furnishings plus simple headboards and armoires and a color palette of taupe and sea-glass blue. Floors are finished in
terra-cotta tiles while the walls are white and hung with canvas
artwork that depicts beach scenes or wood-framed prints of flowers. 

Flat-screen TVs are hidden in armoires or mounted on the walls, and minibars with soda, water, and wine are set on floral trays or stocked in mini-fridges.
The bathrooms have white-tiled single vanities and shower/tub combos lined
with decorative shower curtains in floral and striped patterns. The ocean-facing rooms have small terraces with a table and
two chairs, ideal perches for watching the waves and kite boarders.

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Rooms

Features

Three bars, a restaurant, and a laid-back lounge all within a few steps of Ocean Park Beach

The lounge at Hosteria del Mar exudes a beachy, surfer style designed to make guests feel at ease. Chill music sets the tone in the tent-like space with concrete floors built around existing palm and almond trees. Tables and chairs are scattered around and there are also plenty of chaise loungers, daybeds, and sofas finished in peppy lime-green and blue stripes to entice guests to sink in and relax, cocktail in hand, while listening to the crashing surf. The property also has a full-service restaurant and a terrace bar that holds daily happy hour specials. Wi-Fi is free throughout. 

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Features

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  • Air Conditioner

  • Beach

  • Cable

  • Full Kitchen

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pets Allowed

  • Rental Car Service Desk Onsite

  • Supervised Kids Activities

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Hosteria Del Mar from $98. San Juan Hotel Deals & Reviews

Calle Tapia # 1 Ocean Park, San Juan 00911, Puerto Rico

+1 787 727 3302

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About Hosteria Del Mar

With a stay at Hosteria Del Mar in San Juan (Santurce), you’ll be a 4-minute drive from Carolina Beach and 9 minutes from Condado Beach. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Planning an event in San Juan? This hotel has 3229 square feet (300 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and a meeting room.

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Amenities at Hosteria Del Mar

  • Private beach
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking
  • Flat-screen TV
  • TV
  • Cable or satellite TV
  • Free toiletries
  • Meeting/Banquet facilities

Health and safety

  • Daily housekeeping
  • Contactless check-in/check-out
  • Face masks for guests available
  • Physical distancing in dining areas
  • Physical distancing rules
  • First-aid kit
  • Process in place to check health of guests
  • Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas
  • Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas
  • Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus
  • Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays
  • Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning
  • All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized
  • Safe
  • Delivered food is securely covered
  • Guests can opt-out of accommodation cleaning
  • Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
  • Disinfection of high-touch surfaces

Basics

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Mobile hotspot device
  • Internet
  • Linens
  • Towels
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Shampoo
  • Free toiletries
  • Smoke alarms
  • Body soap
  • Air-conditioned
  • Trash cans
  • Conditioner

Services and conveniences

  • Conference rooms
  • Wedding services
  • Ticket service
  • Car rental
  • Concierge service
  • Meeting/Banquet facilities
  • Tour desk
  • Key access
  • Bottle of water
  • 24hr front desk

Accessibility and suitability

  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
  • Increased accessibility
  • Multi-lingual staff
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Upper floors accessible by stairs
  • Designated smoking area
  • Private entrance

Dining

  • Minibar
  • Special diet menus (on request)
  • Snack bar
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Food can be delivered to guest accommodation
  • Dining table

General

  • Family rooms
  • Sea view
  • Seating area
  • Garden view
  • Sofa
  • Carpeted
  • Storage available

Kitchen

  • Kitchenware
  • Refrigerator
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchenette

Bathroom

  • Shower
  • Bathtub
  • Toilet
  • Toilet paper
  • Private bathroom

Outdoor

  • Terrace/Patio
  • Beach towels
  • Balcony
  • Private beach
  • Garden

Media and entertainment

  • Flat-screen TV
  • Cable or satellite TV
  • Pay-per-view channels
  • TV

Bedroom

  • Extra-long beds (> 2 meters)
  • Sofa bed
  • Clothes rack
  • Wardrobe or closet

Things to do

  • Eco tourism
  • Beach access
  • Bicycle rental

Parking and transportation

  • Free parking

Laundry

  • Laundry facilities

Family friendly

  • Kids meals

Pool

  • Pool towels

Reviews of Hosteria Del Mar

6. 7

GoodBased on 135 verified guest reviews

7.3Couples

5.7Friends

7.1Solo

6.3Families


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Pros:It was peacefull

Cons:it was hard to drive up to it

Pros:The restaurant views, the entrance and the location, ocean front!

Cons:Room was not a pictured! Very small, old furniture, old doors, old bathroom cabinet, the room smell with humidity, you could hear outside noises. Will not recommend or stay again.

Location

Calle Tapia # 1 Ocean Park, San Juan 00911

  • Ocean Park61 yd
  • Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico1 mi
  • Condado Beach2. 9 mi
  • Plaza las Americas2.6 mi
  • Castillo de San Cristobal4 mi
  • The Poet’s Passage4.3 mi
  • Viejo San Juan4.3 mi
  • Capilla del Santo Cristo de la Salud4.4 mi
  • Catedrál de San Juan Bautista4.4 mi
  • Paseo de la Princesa4.4 mi
  • San José Church5.5 mi
  • La Fortaleza4.5 mi

Policies

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Check in anytime after 3:00 PM, check out anytime before 11:30 AM

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FAQs when booking at Hosteria Del Mar

  • Hosteria Del Mar is located at Calle Tapia # 1 Ocean Park in Santurce, 3.8 miles from the center of San Juan. Ocean Park is the closest landmark to Hosteria Del Mar.

  • Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:30 AM at Hosteria Del Mar.

  • Yes, Hosteria Del Mar offers free Wi-Fi.

  • Yes, Hosteria Del Mar offers free parking.

  • Hosteria Del Mar is 3 miles from San Juan Isla Grande. Hosteria Del Mar is 3.4 miles from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl.

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INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL CLUB: Great waterfalls of the world

Tamarita from the Journey Between Two Oceans (2012)

See the beginning of the Brazilian part of the journey in the story Crossing from Bolivia (Puerto Quijarro) to Brazil (Corumba)

. .. A bus ticket from Campo Grande to Foz do Iguacu costs 104 reais, it takes 10 hours. got the last available seat. Brazil is a rather expensive country, along with Argentina and Chile, it is difficult to save here, and tickets do not differ in categories and prices. The price is one. All boarding gates are paid and a boarding ticket is bought at a separate ticket office, without it you will not be allowed to board the bus. nine0007

There are no mountains on the way to Foz do Iguaçu, sometimes jungles, sometimes clear glades, herds of white cows against the black-blue sky. Vast clear meadows in white flowers on soft hills. This is where the rain comes in.

I have finally arrived. Across the road is a hoster (as hostals are called in Brazil), I check in for $ 15, i.e. for 30 reais. I leave my things here and immediately go to another bus, a city bus for 2.75 reais, which transfers passengers at the local terminal to the next, free transport that goes to the waterfalls national park. I didn’t really understand the fuss with transfers to free buses, I didn’t catch the point. It seemed terribly inconvenient, and it happened more than once in different cities. nine0007

Entrance to the park costs 41 reais, and there again transport awaits. Beautiful painted buses — accordions are comfortable and half empty. Posters are hung everywhere — maps of the park, with its paths and viewing platforms, with the names of waterfalls and islands. Yes, a brochure is provided.

I took a picture on the bus, just in case, otherwise I don’t have any pictures of my own.

We drive for a long time, through a beautiful dense forest, into which paths go, apparently also routes. Decorated buses go towards, returning with tourists. And we also had a guide, who is attached to each flight, his services are included in the ticket price. nine0007

We stopped at the parking lot, and then on foot, after our guide. I just could not believe that now I would see the wonder of the world, to which I had been traveling for a long time, changing buses and fellow travelers. The noise of the waterfall was already clearly audible and we went to the edge of the canyon, the opposite side of which was completely covered with cascades of water, large and small.

They broke down from the sheer walls, bringing down their jets into a dense green forest. Where they quietly flowed to the bottom of the canyon into the fast Iguazu River. In its upper reaches, the river, spilling widely over the valley, smoothly comes to the corner of the canyon, where it begins its furiously raging dance. nine0007

Water in a mist of spray from three walls 70 meters high falls into one place called Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). This ebullient water column is the main one to visit. Of course, the strength and power of nature makes those who see it for the first time tremble. But I really liked all the other waterfalls, their beauty conquers so much that once I see Iguazu, I’m just sure that I will never meet the like of him.

Powerful and fine jets are innumerable. The height of the highest cascade is 82 m.

Below, at the very bottom of the abyss, the river forms sandy beaches and islands, bright boats with people go along the river, swimming under the very jets and back.

And above, along the edge of the canyon, there are footpaths in a wooden fence separating from the abyss. You can walk for a long time, and waterfalls and fabulous cascades appear again and again in the crevices of the stone wall of the canyon.

Rainbows above us, below us and on the water. Sometimes whole water “draperies” go into the river in several steps, creating an unthinkable amount of tiny splashes that look like fog. nine0007

Viewing paths and platforms are laid right along the waterfall, passing visitors as close as possible to the beautiful breathtaking places. The river flowed literally from under our feet, and I saw how down there, sparkling with a rainbow, it painfully fell into the general stream. We were all wet from splashes flying from everywhere, the paths were made of a large thick lattice, and therefore they do not collect moisture and are not at all slippery.

The steps of the canyon, overgrown with greenery, created the impression that the water column goes into the forest, suddenly appearing from it a step lower. A boat to the waterfalls costs 200 rubles, which literally passes under the jets, and comes as close as possible to the Devil’s Throat, so that with outstretched hands, you can probably wash yourself with its waters. nine0007

Where the river flows smoothly and slowly, having made its next jump, blocks of stones cover its bottom and block the way. Stones — giants, overgrown with green moss, attract birds and butterflies that flutter brightly in this unearthly beauty. Rainbows do not go out here, and islands strewn with flowers do not fade.

Having taken the elevator up, I found myself on an observation balcony, which protrudes far above the raging waters. Walking on the slatted floor is not very convenient, the abyss is visible in the gaps under my feet, at the sight of which my hamstrings are shaking. nine0007

There is a small cafe where you can have a snack and a drink. But this must be done carefully, carefully looking around. Thick coats with striped long tails are terribly hooligans, stealing absolutely everything edible from gaping customers.

Ice cream was stolen from a boy from Germany as soon as he turned away to straighten his backpack. I shouted to the nose: “Stop! Stop!”, and ran after him, and he was like that. Their arrogance just rolls over, it is impossible to drive away, they immediately take on an aggressive grin, and yet they bite seriously. nine0007

They are afraid of employees who scare them away with a soft broom, but not for long. As soon as the broom has disappeared from view, the noses reappear, threatening us with their sharp teeth, demanding handouts. They climb into garbage cans that are attached to tree trunks, quickly pulling out all the contents from there to the floor, as soon as the striped tail sways above them.

They allow themselves to lie lazily under our feet and also move imposingly, not giving way to anyone. Holding their striped tails perpendicular to the floor like candles. They are not afraid of us, but we are of them! nine0007

The widest wall of waterfalls, 300 m, is located directly opposite the cafe with possums, and the greatest depth of the river is 15 m. At a distance of 11 km from here, it flows into the river. Parana, this place is called 3 borders and it is convenient to get there from Argentina. Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay are on three sides of the confluent rivers, and a beautiful island is right at the confluence.

Our guide is from Argentina but works in Brazil, told me all about the Argentine national park and tomorrow I will go there. After enjoying a magnificent show called Iguazu, she returned to her hotel in the same tricky way.

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