Make sure to pick up your own drinking water, the water they provide tastes terrible.
These are the extremely steep spiral stairs that we had to climb to our room.
View from the wine deck.
We stayed at The Gallery Inn located at the top of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico over the weekend. This has to be one of the most unusual accommodations that I’ve ever stepped foot in – The Gallery Inn has 22 guest rooms within 6 interconnecting townhouses with many additional sitting rooms, gardens, and patios. Each room is stuffed full of Jan D’Esopo’s artwork. I had a lot of fun walking around the property photographing; this was the best part of my stay at The Gallery Inn. I would recommend just visiting the inn, it is open to the public. I wouldn't recommend the accommodations that the inn has to offer for your visit to Old San Juan. I thought the rooms were: overpriced, dingy, full of dust, insulted that there is a “corking fee” of $15 to bring your own bottle of wine to the wine deck, misled by the advertisement for live concerts in the music room that do not exist after September, and annoyed at the constant barking of dogs in the neighborhood and the ongoing squawking of the parrots that bite. The next time I visit Old San Juan I might stay at El Convento instead.