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This is the third time we have stayed in San Juan. First time at the Vanderbilt. We will becoming back here.
Very simple review.
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Very clean, great views. From our balcony you could view both the beach...More
We travel a lot and have stayed in many places — in the US, Europe, and the Carribean — but would be hard-pressed to think of any hotel (or any 4 days) that have been more perfect as a vacation than the last 4 days...More
I stayed at this hotel due to the great reviews; the experience I had didn't coincide with the overall ratings...
- The coffee machine and bedroom blinds didn't work
- The bathroom sink wouldn't drain the water
- The service was slow during the hotel's...More
I have been to the Vanderbilt on 2 other occasions, and everytime it was exceptional. Literally my favorite place to stay on the island.... But this time was by far my most memorable. It was a getaway with my husband where we got to soend...More
Stayed at the Condado Vanderbilt for the third time this past week, so clearly I like it. And for good reason. The service is amazing. The staff is genuinely friendly, responsive, and anticipatory in their service. The hotel and rooms are extraordinarily clean--housekeeping is perfect....More
Magnificent Spanish Revival architecture, stunningly opulent interiors and dramatic ocean views frame the graceful facade of one of the most storied hotels in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Since its inception in 1919, ...Morethe Condado Vanderbilt Hotel has catered to sophisticated travelers who place one aspiration above all else - to pursue a lifestyle of five-star luxury and leisure within some of the world's most exclusive destinations. Restored to its original grandeur by virtue of a meticulous renovation, this cherished landmark stands today as a monument to timeless elegance and style. We invite you to discover Puerto Rico as it is meant to be experienced - where exacting service, exquisite amenities and fine dining are a hallmark of every stay. Become part of the Condado Vanderbilt legend during your next escape to San Juan. Less
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Hi Lynn - as far as we can tell, there isn’t a resort fee but keep in mind, this is a beautiful hotel and while we’ve loved every minute here, it’s not cheap. As expected 1919 is expensive but so worth it for a delicious... More
Hi Lynn - as far as we can tell, there isn’t a resort fee but keep in mind, this is a beautiful hotel and while we’ve loved every minute here, it’s not cheap. As expected 1919 is expensive but so worth it for a delicious and memorable meal. The two other restaurants for breakfast and lunch will easily run you around $50- $75 for two people. I’m afraid I’m no help with your other questions as we either walked or took an Uber (don’t take a taxi, they are 2-3 times more expensive). We did reserve a Catamaran to Fajardo and it was definitely worth it but the ride was a bit sad as you see some of the destruction of the hurricane. For this I recommend the “Luxury” ride, it was $140 pp but they served us lunch and unlimited (alcoholic) drinks and only allows 19 people; the other boats were around $125 pp and held up to 50 and only served snacks. Have fun!