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“The difference between the hurricane and the earthquakes is that after the hurricane there was no electricity, there was no water,” says Stephan Watts, co-owner of popular boutique hotel The Dreamcatcher in San Juan. “That is not the case now. The infrastructure is completely fine. You can literally get to anywhere, even in the south.”

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The Dreamcatcher and San Juan fared well!

NO damages and NO ONE got hurt!!  While the South is still experiencing pretty bad aftershocks and many people lost their homes, the rest of Puerto Rico felt only minor trembling. Power is back to 98% of the island and most households have running water.

To those who may be hesitant to travel to Puerto Rico we want to say: DO IT anyway 😊 

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The Dreamcatcher is located in Ocean Park, one of the best areas of San Juan for its proximity to the ocean and urban life as well as its low-rise Modernist buildings. The Dreamcatcher is undoubtedly the best place to stay in this area. It’s intimate, with just nine rooms and three suites. Set in a beautiful old house, its vegetarian food is well-known and mostly sourced locally. A relaxing, homey...

We are extremely excited that Tripadvisor has taken us into their Hall of Fame.

To qualify for this honor, a business must receive Tripadvisors' Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years!

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Each year Hotels.com selects from over 30,000 hotels worldwide the winners of it's "LOVED BY GUESTS" award. 

In 2017, The Dreamcatcher was given the honor to be amongst the winners in Category  "Boutique Hotel", an award that was received by only two hotels in the entire Caribbean. 

The accolade was given solely based on real feedback from actual guests and we are very...

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Puerto Rico

As Chef José Andrés has demonstrated, one of the simplest ways to boost Puerto Rico’s post-hurricane economy is simply to visit. San Juan airport is running on schedule and many newly improved hotels and attractions have reopened. Join a community service project. Book an eco-yoga New Year's Eve retreat...

San Juan, Puerto Rico

The history of the island of Puerto Rico involves several centuries of Spanish rule, at which time it became an important place for growing cash crops including coffee, tobacco, and sugar cane. It was made a territory of the United States in 1898 as a result of the Spanish-American War, and in 1917 Puerto Ricans were granted US citizenship. Despite being a territory of the Unit...

More hotels offering vegetarian options for travelers

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Local Businesses That Are Bigger and Better in 2018

The island offers a number of other truly special accommodations, including The Dreamcatcher in Ocean Park, near Condado. The Dreamcatcher is a vegetarian-friendly hotel offering yoga, a juice bar, bike rentals and tours around the island with local guides. Over in Old San Juan, local boutique hotels offer a unique experience in a historic and char...

 WHERE LOCALS WOULD STAY IF THEY WEREN'T LOCAL

“I’m really in love with the Dreamcatcher. It’s small and chic, and they have yoga and meditation right on the beach, plus massage, salsa classes, and cooking classes. They brand themselves as a vegetarian hotel; breakfast and brunch are vegetable-focused and they do vegan dinners. It has a really great vibe — the rooms are nicely decorated with furnitu...

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