Welcome to Hotel Fleur de Lys, your San Jose “home away from home.” Hotel Fleur de Lys aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Iglesia de la Merced (0.1 mi) and Plaza de la Cultura (0.3 mi) make Hotel Fleur de Lys a great place to stay when visiting San Jose.
Rooms at Hotel Fleur de Lys offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a gift shop are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Fleur de Lys, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of San Jose's popular falafel restaurants such as Lubnan and Mantras Veggie Cafe and Tea House, all a short distance from Hotel Fleur de Lys.
If you’re looking for something to do, Teatro Nacional Costa Rica (0.3 mi), Precolumbian Gold Museum (0.3 mi), and Mercado Nacional de Artesanías (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Fleur de Lys.
Hotel Fleur de Lys puts the best of San Jose at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel was last stop on my tour. It was right across main st to main city square/park. 3 museums are next to the park. Off to the left after you pass the park is dead end with many tour buses parked there,turn left and you find a car less street with a promenade of shops for 1/2 mile which ends up onto the outdoor stalls which probably is another 1/2 mile. Just before the outdoor stalls is the underground museum. It ha 3 stories underground.2 blocks from the hotel is a wonderful Pan Asian restaurant I recommend. 1 block away is a large and noisy fish house around the corner on the main blvd. Room has a phone!!! Room was small but not too small but bathroom was large. breakfast was very good.
A lovely "little" gem next to some nice bars, restaurants and very close to shopping in San Jose. Many rooms on two floors that stretch back through quaint plant filled hallways. Business center for small conferences/workshops. Very friendly staff and cute breakfast area. Breakfast is basic and good: eggs, toast, yogurt, beans/rice, fresh fruit. Reception even called to make sure I didn't miss breakfast when the buffet was closing! Very attentive. For the price, some slippers and a robe would have been welcome as well as a mini fridge. ($50/night)
We stayed here for two nights on the 10th & 19th Dec. For our first night the room we stayed in was Amapola, it was comfortable and pleasant, we literally just needed it for the night as we were setting off early the next day. We arrived in the evening around 7pm, the location is very central so there is a lot of noise from the traffic but this died down around 9-10pm when we were ready to sleep. The staff members were very friendly and pleasant and helped with all the questions we had. The breakfast was buffet style, plentiful and very tasty. My friend drinks coffee and she said of our whole trip the coffee at the Fleur de Lys was the strongest and to her liking. On the last night of our trip we arrived from Monteverde, upon arrival the receptionist said we had been upgraded to a suite! That was a nice surprise and I wondered if it was due to staying before. We stayed in the Lirio room, it was more than double the size of our double room from the first night. It had a walk-in wardrobe with a fridge and safe and a spacious bathroom. This room was street side at the front of the property so unfortunately we got a very early Friday morning wake up call from the rubbish truck which broke our sleep. That night we had a very reasonably priced fine dining experience at 11.47 Restaurante Aranjuez which was £2.50 in an uber. I highly recommend it but there’s only 6 tables so you need to reserve in advance. We were lucky we managed to reserve a table for 8pm at around 4pm that day! The next day we had time to kill before our transfer to the airport. The hotel had secure luggage storage and the member of staff at the front desk kindly broke our larger colones notes into smaller ones which was helpful. So we walked to the San Jose Central Market where we picked up souvenirs much, much, much cheaper then the airport which is ridiculously expensive. There wasn’t anything I didn’t particularly like but I would suggest the rooms have just a little TLC and a bit of an upgrade but still in keeping with its character. The carpet in our suite was ripped in places. The bathroom fixtures, fittings and suite in both rooms could do with some love and upgrading. The tub in our suite was damaged which was a shame as it was a good size and would have been nice to soak in.…
I enjoyed my stay on my first night in Costa Rica and decided to book again for my last night before flying home. The hotel has an old fashioned vibe to it and reminded me of European hotels I have stayed in. Staff were very helpful answering questions I had about the area. My room was comfortable and clean. The people upstairs from me were noisy but quietened down at a respectful hour. The shower was a highlight, high pressure and very relaxing after a long travel day. The restaurant next door served me a nice dinner. Breakfast was standard fare and good.
A pink beautiful victorian mansion, full of comfort and with an amazing old fashioned atmosphere. The rooms are clean and comfortable (ours even had a jacuzzi!). The breakfast is genuine and complete of everything. The staff is nice and helpful, when you check in they offer u a welcome drink in the nice retro bar facing the street.