Oasis Parador Hotel


72 Calle Luna San German
See nearby area

Lonely Planet review

If you wanted luxury, you’ve come to the right place – the catch is you’re 20 years too late. Hidden under the cobwebs of the lackluster modern-day Oasis is a once grand dame of Puerto Rican paradores. Today, the place is down on its luck and seemingly bereft of guests, with the air of Miss Havisham’s house in Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, bearing carpet that is coming up at the seams, and artwork that is downright bizarre. Still, the Italianate pool still glistens invitingly and the staff tries hard to plug the gaps. Framed testimonies on the wall highlight favorable reviews from years past; the most recent dates from 1984.

Our independent authors have visited Oasis Parador Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in San Germán.

Services & facilities

  • Parking
    • Parking
    • Free parking
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Internet access
    • Internet services
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Wi-Fi
  • Air Conditioning
    • Air conditioning
  • Swimming pool
    • Available
  • Guest services
    • Tour desk

Description provided by property

Located in historic San German and a 5 minutes’ walk from Porta Coeli Church, the oldest one in Puerto Rico, Oasis Parador Hotel features an outdoor swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi in common areas and free private parking are available. Hotel Oasis Parador’s air-conditioned rooms feature TV with cable channels and a clock radio. The private bathrooms have a shower and toilet and a hairdryer. Continental breakfast is served in the dining room of the hotel. There are several restaurants within walking distance for dinner. La Parguera beach is 14 km away. Arquelio Torres Ramírez Coliseum is 5 minute’s drive, while Laguna Joyuda Natural Reserve is a 20 minutes’ drive. Rafael Hernandez International Airport can be reached within 1 hour by car, and Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is 2 hours’ by car.
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