Acacia Seaside Inn Boutique

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8 TAFT STREET, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00911
7877250668
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Your rental car will not be safe

A traveler

Travelocity.com

This hotel is lovely and it really is a good buy for the price, however, there are only two parking spaces available for two properties and those spaces are not very secure. If you do not reserve a spot, you will have to park on the street which is ...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. But, that ...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


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 beach. ...Read more
Good hotel, very close to the beach

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I first stayed at their sister hotel "At wind chimes inn" and then moved into Acacia Hotel. I really liked it! My room was good, A/C worked, a cleaning lady came every day, and I did enjoy meeting a general manager! He gave me lots of useful ...Read more
Not bad!

A traveler

Travelocity.com

.Acacia is a small botique hotel steps away from the beach. The front office staff is actually in another hotel a few blocks away. The rooms are roomy, nicely decorated, and felt very "down home". We had a room overlooking the ocean and it was just ...Read more
Oh, it was Heaven!

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Our stay in Puerto Rico was much enhanced by Acacia Inn as we had a bedroom right in front of their huge spa from which we could sit, luxuriate, ease our tired muscles, and view the magnificent ocean. We liked being in a real neighborhood, Condado, ...Read more