San Juan’s only vegetarian hotel is located in the pristine neighborhood of Ocean Park, only 200 steps from the beach. From here it is a 10 minute walk to the highly touristic area of Condado and a short 10 minute ride to the Old City or the airport.
In 2017 The Dreamcatcher was awarded Top 10 International Bed&Breakfast and it has been rated #1 hotel in Puerto Rico for four years in a row.
The number one bed and breakfast in Puerto Rico features 9 rooms and 3 suites; all decorated with in unique style of its own.
Guests may sign up for yoga and meditation classes, take part in sightseeing tours, do paddle boarding, or opt for nature-adventure tours outside of the typical touristy options. They may also rent a bicycle and go for a ride around the neighborhood beaches or the popular Loíza Street.
The famous 3 – course Vegan or Vegetarian brunch is served daily between 8am-1pm by local Vegan Chef Jerome who recently was featured in publications such as The Guardian & Vice Magazine. While the menu is different every day, the quality and freshness of our ingredients is consistent. There is no need to reserve breakfast or brunch, unless you have dietary restrictions (for e.g. nut allergy) then we ask you to inform us ahead of time.
Guests may also choose between juice blends, homemade hemp milk and kombucha elixirs made with all natural ingredients. These in turn could be included in their daily detox meal plans.
Relax and feel at home
The Dreamcatcher is proud to be supporting this type of experience in which guests enjoy healthy foods as they spend some time away from home.
“Everything about this hotel suggests relaxation,” according to the March 2014 issue of New York Magazine. It smells of incense, as one can listen to the meditation music in the background and hear the flow of water from the fountain.
At almost every corner of this captivating place, from guest rooms to common areas, there are dreamcatchers. These artifacts can be traced back to the native people of North America who used to make them by hand, as symbols of protection from nightmares and enablers of only beautiful dreams. And these happen to be the same positive vibes the proprietor wants to send guests as they walk in the main door.