16th August 2014 at 11:49 #458582
Anonymous16th August 2014 at 11:49 #458583
Any advice much appreciated.
Only prerequisite – a balcony.
Ideally on the beach near the airport.
As it is only 3 nights, I am prepared to pay a bit extra.
Many thanks16th August 2014 at 17:19 #458584
Hi Alexpo. A couple of years ago stayed at the Condado Hilton, great views on all floors, balcony included. It is about 15 mins from airport if that is any good to you. I liked the place, although be careful opening your balcony door on a windy day…. I think that is why I remember it!16th August 2014 at 19:43 #458585
Good evening MrMichael
Don’t tell me your wig blew off?
Funny, that’s the hotel I was looking at and also the famous Caribe Hilton just across the lagoon.
Thanks16th August 2014 at 20:16 #458586
Not the wig, I keep that firmly attached, but I did have papers all over the place that took some time to put back in reasonable order. I had a sea view room, but perhaps on reflection the lagoon view room would have suited me better and saved half an hours work, however the view of the lagoon is mainly blocked by other buildings.
While thinking about it I vaguely recall having some great Cajun seafood at a restaurant nearby, but for the life of me cannot remember the name. It was a five minute stroll from the hotel back towards the airport on the main road, a low single story building with a sort of thatched roof terrace. It was not windy when I ate there by the way. If you like seafood and a little spice then you will enjoy the culinary options in San Juan.16th August 2014 at 21:07 #458587
In other words MrMichael you are telling me to pack a paperweight.
And I suppose this is not the place to share wig tips.
You are a seriously funny man. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!!17th August 2014 at 17:50 #458588
Thanx Alexpo, you too. Have you decided where to stay?17th August 2014 at 21:23 #458589
I have MrMichael.
Caribe Hilton it will be. Pure instinct as both were very similar pricewise. I had read about these resort charges but 18% is imo excessive. Gee whiz.
Enjoy what’s left of w’end and thx.
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