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The Gallery Inn
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Norzagaray 204 San Juan, 00901 Puerto Rico
Norzagaray 204PRSan Juan00901
Boutique Hotel
The Gallery Inn, a stunning twenty-two room boutique hotel, sits high aloft the Old City's North Wall, commanding sensuous Atlantic Ocean breezes and gorgeous views to the South over the entire San Juan Bay and mountainous central regions of Puerto Rico.
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Storied lodging offering free breakfast & Wi-Fi, plus an outdoor pool & an ocean-view rooftop deck.- Google
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5 months ago
This was the most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed at, just stunning. We had breakfast most mornings by the pool before venturing out and I took tons of photos of the lizards and birds running around everywhere. It's not a Hilton - but if you want to stay somewhere unique & full of beauty and character that will really add to your trip, this is where you need to be. Also, the beds were comfortable, the staff was kind and courteous and the food was superb. I would absolutely stay there again!
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Angela Voyles
6 months ago
First review ever but have to share.. High expectations just arriving from the swanky W in Vieques, The Gallery Inn topped it off. Beautifully authentic and charmingly personable. We arrived into lush, exotic bird adorned courtyard/check in, after settling in we discovered eclectic open air "living areas", rooftop with view of well everything, patios serving breakfast/dining cocktails overlooking small pool. In evening have a cocktail on patio & ask Felix to play a couple songs for you. Note, some rooms are quite small but there are many comfy courtyards & sitting areas provided for relaxing largely.
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Andrew Hjermstad
6 months ago
Best hotel I've ever stayed in. The Gallery Inn is quaint,and every little corner is packed with cute little artsy details. It's a bunch of inter-connected old houses in the old city. The views are terrific, the service fantastic. Already planning my next trip here! 10/10 would stay again.
zuly aponte
3 years ago
NOT MILITARY FRIENDLY AND WAY TOO EXPENSIVE!!!!! When I saw the pictures on the Internet I was impressed because the place looked so beautiful. I called and reserved a room that was supposed to be able to sleep up to 4 adults and 2 children. When we arrived to the hotel we were told the room was way too small and everyone wouldn't be able to stay. So we had to unwillingly upgrade the room to a larger more expensive room that was not even ready for us to stay in. We checked in at around 12 midnight in a very DIRTY and unprepared room. The room had bugs throughout, dirty beds, a dirty small bathroom, and wet dirty towels. Also the breakfast was terrible and there was an additional charge if you wanted a hot breakfast. My entire family was not satisfied at all and it was a waste of money!!
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Scott Fergusson
4 months ago
I stayed here awhile back and never go around to writing a review. I am visiting a friend in Puerto Rico this summer and was browsing for a nice hotel in the old district in which I came across the Gallery Inn so I thought I would write a review about why I am not revisiting this hotel. It's not fair to say the entire experience was a disaster. More so, it was the result of one or two employees. A young girl working there who was from LA had called my room inviting me and any guest to the beach house for an afternoon glass of wine. She told me the car ride to the house would be leaving in 15 mins. I told her I would love to and would be down in 5 mins. When I walked down to the lobby she was already pulling out of the lot with other guest. The front clerk apologized and she was suppose to wait. I was livid when she did this again the second day. And from then on I received poor hospitality from her and some of the other staff throughout the week. When I would ask for advice or suggestions on site to see I would receive mono responses with little interest in helping me or socializing at the least. I'm not sure what I did to receive this kind of treatment? I tipped fairly for services such as the nice dinner I had with my friend in the courtyard, $30 tab - $8 tip, yup that's fair. I guess she was just a little hipster from LA and the other staff were following her lead. I consider myself a friendly person who has worked in hospitality and knows how to treat guest with respect. Besides the younger, more rude staff, the owner was extremely kind and courteous. I had light friendly conversations with her once a day when I ran into her and thanked her for the hospitality. She definitely lightened my mood. Thank you.
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Christina Hostler
6 months ago
dingy,dingy, dingy hard to find no signs at all, not good locations, near nothing but fort,to far of walk to main part of old san juan, no ac, too expensive. even beds were horrible uncomfortable, pool way nicer than it looks. and kinda creepy almost gothic feel.
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Scott Tillman
a year ago
Amazing staff, views and accomodations. Ignore any negative posts. This as authentic and beautiful as it gets here. Beds are amazing tempurpedic mattresses, there is an "honor bar" on site so you can serve yourself after hours, and free, custom breakfasts. I travel a lot and this is one of my favorite places.
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3 years ago
Eccentric, but awesome.


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