Cozy space/15min from Airport and Beach

Tiny house hosted by Steve

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the tiny house to yourself.
Self check-in
You can check in with the doorman.
Pets allowed
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Located in the heart of San Juan, Puerto Rico. This 1 BR, 1 BTH is an air conditioned home that accommodates 4 guests comfortably w/ a large yard w/ a variety of fruit trees with all you can eat mangoes, coconuts, & more.

The BR includes a queen size bed
& the living room has a couch to accommodate the third guest.

This vacation home rental is gated with free parking on the property. SJU airport, beaches, and all popular landmarks are 10 minutes away.

Transportation included upon request.

The space
This Airbnb vacation home rental is newly remodeled less than a year ago and always investing to give our guest a clean safe experience. The home is approximately 600 Sq.Ft. This vacation home rental has a large yard and a 900 gallon supply of water on the property. The yard has a BBQ and free Mangos coconuts, and other great fruits you can pick off the trees and eat! We also have free organic eggs.

Laundry
A washing machine is available for guests to wash their clothes in the laundry room.

Nearby
The Mall of San Juan is 5 mins away and the beach and Isla Verde and Old San Juan is 10 minutes away.

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What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
EV charger
Washer
Dryer
Air conditioning
Security cameras on property

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San Juan, Puerto Rico

The history of San Juan begins a long time before its official foundation, in 1493, during his second voyage, Christopher Columbus landed in Puerto Rico. He named the island "San Juan Bautista", in honor of John the Baptist. But was not until 1508, that the Spanish government appointed Juan Ponce de León as the first governor of the island. He founded the original settlement in Caparra, now known as Pueblo Viejo, behind the almost land-locked harbor just to the west of the present metropolitan area and the city quickly became Spain's most important military outpost in the Caribbean.

A year later, the original settlement was relocated to a nearby coastal islet (to the site of what is now called Old San Juan) and named Puerto Rico (Rich Port). Sometime during the 1520s, confusion over the names led to a switch, the island took the name of Puerto Rico and the town became San Juan.

Old San Juan Photo
Today, San Juan is known as La Ciudad Amurallada (the walled city) and is one of the biggest and best natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest European-founded city in the Americas (after Santo Domingo, which was officially founded on August 5, 1498.)

San Juan is located in the Northern Coastal Plains region in the karst zone, north of Aguas Buenas and Caguas; east of Bayamón; and west of Carolina and Trujillo Alto.

The metropolitan area known as San Juan has 3 distinct areas: Old San Juan, the Beach & Resort area, and other outlying communities, the most important: Río Piedras, Hato Rey, Puerta de Tierra, and Santurce. Río Piedras was founded in 1714 but became incorporated into San Juan in 1951.

During the early 16th century, San Juan was the point of departure of Spanish expeditions to charter or settle unknown parts of the New World. Its fortifications repulsed the English navigator Sir Francis Drake in 1595, as well as later attacks.

In the 20th century, the city expanded beyond its walled confines, known as Old San Juan, to incorporate suburban Miramar, Santurce, Condado, Hato Rey, and Río Piedras.

San Juan is the largest processing center of the island, the metropolitan area has facilities for petroleum and sugar refining, brewing and distilling and produces cement, pharmaceuticals, metal products clothing, and tobacco. The port is one of the busiest in the Caribbean. San Juan is the country's financial capital, and many U.S. banks and corporations maintain offices or distributing centers there. San Juan is center of Caribbean shipping and is the 2nd largest seaport in the area (after New York City).

Hosted by Steve

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  • Sandra

During your stay

We are always happy to accommodate our guests. Reach out to us for tips and ideas for good food, local excursions and the true experience of Puerto Rico.

I am always a call away and I also live on site in a separate home.

Guests checking after business hours may be charged an additional $25.
We are always happy to accommodate our guests. Reach out to us for tips and ideas for good food, local excursions and the true experience of Puerto Rico.

I am always a c…
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with building staff
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy