The Best Airbnbs in Puerto Rico – Where to Stay in Puerto Rico

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The Best Places to Stay in Puerto Rico With Airbnbs

If you are anything like me, you decided you’re ready to go on vacation in Puerto Rico, and now you need to figure out where to stay! Since staying at Airbnbs is one of my favorite ways to travel, I am sharing some of the best Airbnbs to stay at in Puerto Rico!

In this Puerto Rico Airbnb guide, I will break it down by popular towns and neighborhoods you might want to consider visiting during your vacation in Puerto Rico. I’d even consider taking a road trip around the island, stopping which we did during our 4 days in Puerto Rico!

Discover Old San Juan with 4 days in Puerto Rico
Colorful streets in Old San Juan

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Best Airbnbs in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

Find some of the best things to do in Old San Juan. With tons of Airbnbs in the area, Old San Juan is a great place to stay! If you plan on staying in Old San Juan your entire trip, a car is not necessary since the area is relatively small and walkable.

Additionally Uber has a huge presence. If you plan on staying in other areas during your Puerto Rico vacation, I’d suggest renting a car after leaving Old San Juan.

Wander the Checkerboard Floors at a Welcoming Hideaway

This cute Old San Juan Airbnb has a terracotta-tiled patio, exposed ceiling beams, and a modern kitchen in the heart of Old San Juan. Close to shops, and main tourist destination.

  • Superhost: Yes
  • Verified Airbnb Plus
  • Average Price Per Night: $296
  • 2 Guest – 1 Bedroom; 1 Bath

Reviewers love the location, peacefulness, feel safe, and appreciate the hosts’ responsiveness and tips for things to do in Old San Juan. For more information and photos of their Welcoming Hideaway, click here.

Old San Juan Airbnb Puerto Rico look at inside the kitchen
Photo courtesy of Airbnb

Trendy and Cozy Loft in a Festive Part of Old San Juan Airbnb

 This Old San Juan Airbnb is a brightly decorated loft. Relax at this retreat after exploring the colorful streets. Additionally, the host offers post-party remedies with a compact kitchen and an updated bathroom.

The location is perfect for those who enjoy a more lively scene with nearby bars and music.

  • Superhost: Yes
  • Verified Airbnb Plus
  • Average Price Per Night: $142
  • 3 Guest – 1 Bed; 1 Bath

Past guests loved how responsive the host is, the location, and the proximity to attractions. For more information and photos of the Festive Old San Juan Loft here.

Old San Juan Loft Airbnb
Photo Courtesy of Airbnb

Charming Spanish House

This beautiful 4 bedroom home is in the heart of Old San Juan. This colonial home has an atrium filled with plants and a large kitchen. Past guests love the location and the design of the home. For more information and pictures of the Charming Spanish home, click here!

  • Superhost: Yes
  • Verified Airbnb Plus
  • Average Price Per Night: $280-$300
  • 8 Guest – 4 Bed; 4 Bath
Spanish House in Old San Juan Puerto Rico
Photo courtesy of Airbnb

El Yunque National Park Airbnbs

If you are looking for a more remote and tropical experience, I would suggest checking out Airbnbs in or around El Yunque National Forest. This is actually the only tropical rainforest in the United States.

Additionally, I’d suggest renting a car and getting insurance since there are potholes (we lost a rim).

Views from Yokahu Tower in Puerto Rico
Views from Yokahu Tower in El Yunque Rain Forest

El Yunque Waterfalls, Forest & River House

Located in the South area of El Yunque National Forest, this space has hammocks, a deck, table games, a pool table, and waterfalls. There are also additional sitting areas to enjoy with a big gazebo.

Past guests especially love the waterfall and nature vibes of the River house. For more photos and information on the El Yunque River House Airbnb, click here.

  • Superhost: Yes
  • Average Price Per Night: $102
  • 4 Guest – 2 Bed; 1 Bath
el yunque airbnbs in puerto rico
Photo Courtesy of Airbnb

Puerto Rico Treehouse and Unique Airbnbs

For those looking for some unique Airbnbs in Puerto Rico, I wanted to share some cool treehouses to consider during your vacation.

El Yunque View Treehouse

The Yunque Treehouse is a two-story treehouse that has its very own kitchen, living room, and dining room, all with stunning views of Puerto Rico’s national rainforest. On the top floor find a cozy bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

Past guests mention that it was their favorite Airbnb they have ever stayed in, love the location and the host, Julio. For more pictures and information on the El Yunque Treehouse Airbnb, click here.

  • Superhost: No
  • Average Price Per Night: $169
  • 2 Guest – 1 Bed; 1 Bath
El Yunque Treehouse Airbnb
Photo Courtesy of Airbnb

Bubble Puerto Rico – Dome House by Bubble

The Bubble PR is an ecological, and unique experience in the mountains of Ponce, PR. Only 18 minutes from the City of Ponce, immerse yourself in nature, abundant in flora and fauna, and located on the shore of one of the rivers in Ponce.

This stay is for the nature lover looking to disconnect. With that said, Wifi is not offered. Past guests loved the connection to nature, the pool, and the unique experience the Bubble Dome offers. For more pictures and information on the Bubble Dome Airbnb, click here.

  • Superhost: Yes
  • Average Price Per Night: $307
  • 2 Guests – 1 Bed; 1 Bath – No additional guests allowed.
Bubble Dome Airbnb Puerto Rico
Photo Courtesy of Airbnb

Puerto Rico Airbnbs Wrap-up

This covers some of the best Airbnbs to stay at in Puerto Rico. Have you stayed at any of these or would like to see new ones featured? Let me know in the comments below!

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Best Airbnbs in Puerto Rico

7 thoughts on “The Best Airbnbs in Puerto Rico – Where to Stay in Puerto Rico”

  1. I’ve always stayed in hotels in PR, had good experiences but you might have convinced me to branch out! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I have been dying to go back to Puerto Rico for the past year. I’ve heard that the airbnbs are really popular there, but wow, this is stunning! I really want to stay in some of the rainforest airbnbs you listed here – love unique stays like that! Thanks for sharing this guide!

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