Acacia Seaside Inn Boutique

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8 TAFT STREET, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00911
7877250668
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Not great, staff nice but not trained well

A traveler

Travelocity.com

You can't make long distance calls from your room! There is no voice mail service but if people call you they may be connected to a recording that tells them to put in an extension and leave a message. This was inconvenient and caused a lot of ...Read more
Not great, staff nice but not trained well

A traveler

Travelocity.com

You can't make long distance calls from your room! There is no voice mail service but if people call you they may be connected to a recording that tells them to put in an extension and leave a message. This was inconvenient and caused a lot of ...Read more
Cute hotel; less than stellar professionalism

A traveler

Travelocity.com

First of all, this is cute, botique hotel in a fairly decent location (between the airport and Old San Juan, 1 block from the beach) in a safe, mostly residential part of town. The staff that we interacted with were all quite friendly. ...Read more
Cute hotel; less than stellar professionalism

A traveler

Travelocity.com

First of all, this is cute, botique hotel in a fairly decent location (between the airport and Old San Juan, 1 block from the beach) in a safe, mostly residential part of town. The staff that we interacted with were all quite friendly. But, that ...Read more
What a nice little intimate boutique hotel

A traveler

Travelocity.com

We stayed 5/27 to 5/31 Upon check in, they upgraded our room to ocean front (we had to downsize from a King Bed to Queen Bed) but that was fine by me as I wanted the view/balcony more than the bed size. We showed up at Acacia to check in and ...Read more


What a nice little intimate boutique hotel

A traveler

Travelocity.com

We stayed 5/27 to 5/31 Upon check in, they upgraded our room to ocean front (we had to downsize from a King Bed to Queen Bed) but that was fine by me as I wanted the view/balcony more than the bed size. We showed up at Acacia to check in and P ...Read more
Highly reccomended for the rigth traveler

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Acacia is a small "boutique" hotel. It is very close to the beach and walkuing distance from downtown area. I liked it because it is a little bit away from the central hotel area and the beach is more of a local beach than a tourist beach. ...Read more
Highly reccomended for the rigth traveler

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Acacia is a small ""boutique"" hotel. It is very close to the beach and walkuing distance from downtown area. I liked it because it is a little bit away from the central hotel area and the beach is more of a local beach than a tourist ...Read more
Highly reccomended for the rigth traveler

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Acacia is a small "boutique" hotel. It is very close to the beach and walkuing distance from downtown area. I liked it because it is a little bit away from the central hotel area and the beach is more of a local beach than a tourist beach. ...Read more
Free upgrade

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Were originally booked into the At Wind Chimes Inn but they moved us over to the Acacia. This is were they usually put the single adults and couples, which was fine by us. Larger hot tub and no kids. \n\nWe were moved into a larger room, free, ...Read more