About this listing
Great view of the Atlantic Ocean in a quiet residential building and literary just 30 seconds from the best beach in the area. At walking distance from major hotels, casinos, restaurants and beach side pubs. Good to relax and enjoy Puerto Rico.
Beachfront, spacious three bedrooms / two bathrooms apartment with a magnificent view in exclusive Condado/Ocean Park location.
Fully-equipped kitchen, washer & dryer, air conditioning units in all areas, parking, controlled-access, storm shutters.
Ocean view from living room and kitchen; city view from master bedroom.
The apartment is located on the 11th floor. There are only TWO apartments per floor so the building is very quiet and not crowded. It has two elevators, one for the main entrance and the second for general purposes such as when you come in from the beach.
You have direct access (literally) to the best beach in the area. It has been furnished with great modern taste.
Restaurants, hotels and casinos are within walking distance i.e. less than 10 minutes away.
And yes, Internet access is provided.
Check the location of the apartment by using a map application Maps and entering the following address: 2 Calle Taft, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Once you do this you will be able to see where everything else is located with respect to the unit.
The physical address is: 2 Taft Street, Costa Azul Condominium, Apartment 11-B, Condado, Puerto Rico.. You will need this If you are taking a taxi from the airport or renting a car.
This is a fantastic place to relax and enjoy the tropics Come and visit us and have fun!!
7% occupancy room tax is included in the price.
Things to know for a more enjoyable stay:
1. Entrance to the building, elevators and apartment:
a) The square keys are for entering the building (#2) and for the elevator (#1).
b) You have to use key #1 to get the elevator going UP. Insert the elevator key, turn and then select the 11th floor. For going DOWN or getting out of the building you do not need the keys.
c) Apt 11-B is on your left when you get out of the elevator.
a) This is a Residential building, i.e. people live here permanently, so please no big noises after 10 PM. Also, keep the front entrance door closed at all times when you are in the apartment. The main hall is like an amplifier and other tenants in the building will hear your conversation/music/etc. all over if you leave that door open.
a) You are staying in the BEST beach of el Condado area. It gets very crowded with university students and locals from the neighborhood during week-ends. The water is warm and wonderful. Please be aware of ocean currents; sometimes they can be very strong. Don't leave valuables (keys. money, etc.) unattended and remember to wear sunscreen.
b) It is acceptable to take beverages (beer, refreshments, etc.) and food to the beach. Make sure you clean everything before leaving.
c) There is a door that provides access directly to beach. To get back in you need the building key (#2). Make sure that you take it with you.
d) Please use the service elevator when going or coming from the beach, especially if you are wet and/or sandy. There is a shower located outside. Please rinse the sand off before going back to the apartment.
a) When leaving the apartment, we recommend you to close the sliding windows as tropical rain is usually short-lived but can be accompanied by strong winds.
a) Put your garbage bags in the service entrance hall by the stairs. The doors is the one closest to the kitchen. There is a maintenance crew that picks them up twice a day.
a) You have been provided with one set of keys and a garage opener to access the parking facilities. Please do not lose them. Expect to pay $50 for their replacement.
a) This is a non-smoking environment. If you have to smoke do it outside the building, please.
8. Air Conditioning:
a) Turn-Off all A/C's if you do not plan to be in the Apt.
b) The A/C installed in all the bedrooms is the same model. Please use the “air direction” button in the remote controller to change which direction the air flows. NEVER force the blades to do so. They will break.
a) Tap water is safe to drink in Puerto Rico.