This B&B is magical. It’s more communal than I was expecting, but I loved it regardless. It reminds you about the importance of being mindful of your neighbors and how great it is to interact with other people instead of being so closed off, which a lot of us are guilty of when on vacation.
This is like one big house with several rooms to stay in and it operates under an honor system for snacks that are located throughout, including quinoa bowls, vegan cashew cheesecake, home-brewed kombucha and more. Did I mention this was a vegetarian bed and breakfast? 😉 Right up my alley.
My boyfriend and I opted for a room with a private bathroom and shower and even included a large outdoor seating area, since we still wanted to have our privacy.
Every corner I turned offered an insta moment. I couldn’t get enough pictures. And there was a freaking hammock in our room. Loved it.
The other great thing about The Dreamcatcher is that it’s located in a more “local” area of San Juan, so it’s not flooded with tourists…says…the tourist. But that’s what I love most about visiting new places. And that is to do as the locals do and seek out the favorite places of the locals, because those are always the best.
In-room massages, yoga under the stars, salsa lessons, they have it all. And prepare for an explosion in your mouth with the vegan/vegetarian brunch they prepare each morning. I’ve NEVER had a more delicious brunch anywhere in my life.
Finally, if you’re looking for a high-end luxury hotel, this is not the place for you. But if you’re looking for a more relaxed, bohemian experience, be sure to check it out.