The best Hotel value
in San Juan's famous Condado
Canario By The Lagoon
Intimate European Style Hotel
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Hotel by the Lagoon
If you are familiar with the Condado area of San Juan, it should be easy to find our hotels - we're right in the middle of everything!
For transportation from the San Juan International Airport, you will find taxis readily available outside baggage claim. Taxis are regulated. The flat rate from the Airport to El Canario Hotel in Condado is approximately $18 (per taxi, not per person) plus 50 cents per bag. Puerto Rico Tourism Company Ground Transportation Representatives are stationed outside baggage claim to assist you as necessary.
If arriving in San Juan off a cruise, taxis will be available outside the disembarkation area. The flat fee for transport from Old San Juan's cruise ship port to El Canario Hotel in Condado is approx. $16 (per taxi, not person) plus 50 cents per bag.
Driving from the airport, detailed instructions for each hotel are listed below.
by the Lagoon
Driving from the airport toward San Juan, take the exit for Condado Avenue & R.H. Todd Avenue. At the intersection with the light, take a right onto Condado Avenue - past '
' Restaurant at Walgreens/Pizza Hut intersection. Continue on Ashford Avenue
past Banco Popular and then turn left onto Mariano Ramirez Bages Street
(previously known as
) at the Cartier/Avis intersection. You will pass Clemenceau Street
at the Comfort Inn/Days Inn - but since it is a one way street, you must continue one block to Marseilles Street
and swing around the block to get to the hotel.
Once you get to the hotel, take the driveway on the left side of the building for parking and make sure you leave your keys with the front desk. Parking is free for guests staying at El Canario by the Lagoon, but as space is limited, leaving your keys with the front desk manager will allow us to shuffle cars around as needed to accommodate all our guests.
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El Canario Hotels are proud members of...
Puerto Rico Convention Bureau
and support the programs of ASTA and the Caribbean Tourism Organization.
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This page was last updated on November 29, 2011