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El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort — Beach at the El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Pros

  • Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a 35-minute drive to El Yunque rainforest
  • Spacious, mostly modern rooms with coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs
  • Many rooms have balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean
  • Dizzying number of dining and drinking options from Italian to Asian cuisine
  • Water taxi to Palomino Island featuring beach, water sports, and stables
  • Seven 24-hour pools, plus Coqui Water Park has slides, pools, and a cafe
  • Spa offering Thai massages, ocean detoxes, and aqua therapy
  • Main building features Starbucks, small market, and ice cream shop
  • Two game rooms with modern and old-school arcade games
  • Modest business center has computers, printer, and plenty of chairs
  • Two fitness centers with modern equipment and free weights
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

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Cons

  • Some of the older rooms and common areas need an update
  • Noise can be an issue in some of the rooms
  • Fees for parking

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This property was impacted by Hurricane Maria in September 2017 and is currently housing relief workers. They will reopen to new reservations starting May 22. The 984-room El Conquistador, A Waldorf Astoria Resort is perched on a hillside overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a 15-minute drive from Fajardo. With 23 restaurants serving everything from upmarket Asian to casual Puerto Rican grill fare, plus seven pools, two spas, and a 24-hour fitness center, amenities are beyond generous here. Rooms are spacious and mostly modern, featuring flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and oceanview balconies in many. Still, bathrooms look a little dated, as do some common areas. Two game rooms, private beaches, and the Coqui Water Park draw lots of families, and guests looking for a more intimate vibe might consider Las Casitas. It’s this property’s sister resort connected to El Conquistador by a shuttle, offering all of the same amenities but at a consistently higher price tag.

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  • Kids Club
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Vibrant resort that’s modern and dated, with a lively social scene both day and night

The Waldorf Astoria brand inspires plenty of feelings in people — most of them images of luxury and elegance. While El Conquistador is one of the more upscale resorts on the main island of Puerto Rico, it doesn’t quite live up to the brand’s luxurious reputation. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, El Conquistador has a sophisticated vibe, though it’s a bit lively for a high-end resort, perhaps in part due to its perennial popularity with families. To be clear: This is a massive resort that is the definition of sprawling. As such, there are tons of places for guests to hang out, get wild, or relax. Unfortunately, the style throughout isn’t consistent, and while the hotel’s lobby is busy and pumping pop songs throughout the day, the decor is dated and includes low ceilings, older terra-cotta tilework, and a forced beachy style. 

Most guests are here to take advantage of the tropical outdoors, though, and those facilities are quite nice, despite a frequently bustling vibe. During the day, Palomino Island, Coqui Water Park, and the main pool complex are the social hubs, and these areas are frequently overrun with kids. By night, some of the fine dining restaurants and lounge areas open up, and there are quieter, more intimate spots like the upscale Chops Lounge, polished Drake’s Martini Bar, and modern Twenty-One. The resort is huge, so there are plenty of areas for guests to head for some quiet, but the main lobby and lounge area (including the shops) can be expected to be busy and loud. Guests from across the spectrum come here, from families to boisterous groups of friends to retirees. 

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Location

On the ocean outside of Fajardo, a 35-minute drive to El Yunque

El Conquistador is perched on a hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, which means spectacular views of the sunrise in the mornings. Palomino Island is a 10-minute water taxi ride from the resort, and features stables and trails, water sports, beaches, and an eatery. Otherwise, the resort isn’t within walking distance of anything, and downtown Fajardo — which features a few shops and restaurants — is a 15-minute drive away. Ferries to Vieques also depart from Fajardo. The main entrance to El Yunque Rain Forest, a popular tourist destination in eastern Puerto Rico, is a 35-minute drive from the hotel. Travelers should allow over an hour to get to the Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, though there is an airport shuttle available for an additional fee. 

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Rooms

Mostly modern and spacious rooms, many with private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

Picking your room at El Conquistador means choosing how close to the main lobby (and hub of the action) you’ll be, which is a blessing or … less of a blessing. La Marina rooms are farthest away from the main lobby, ensuring a quieter, more peaceful atmosphere for guests. However, the majority of rooms are located in the main area of the resort, and some noise will be heard. Across all categories, rooms have a mostly modern charm, with bright, beach-inspired decor. Expect to see blonde wood furniture with retro and contemporary lines, contemporary white couches with patterned throw pillows, and colorful abstract art. It’s worth noting that some rooms do look a little more weathered than others, with older fabrics and carpets plus less on-trend furniture (we saw wicker pieces in some rooms during our visit).

All rooms feature flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, safes, coffeemakers, iPod docks, writing desks, and king or queen-size beds with padded headboards. TVs have the capability to connect to personal Hulu and Netflix accounts, with some able to stream video games as well. Rooms also feature balconies or terraces, many overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Bathrooms are well-appointed and spacious, but not entirely attractive across the board. Despite marble accents and contemporary fixtures in some bathrooms, the tilework often looks older and we spotted some grout that needs a deep cleaning. Most bathrooms feature a shower/tub combo, though some have walk-in showers or jetted tubs. They also include roomy vanities, Peter Thomas Roth toiletries, spacious closets, plenty of towels, and hairdryers.

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Features

Seven pools open 24 hours, Coqui Water Park, two modern fitness centers, and a spa

Like any good high-end resort, El Conquistador offers plenty of features to keep guests busy. Seven pools are scattered throughout the resort and are open 24/7, including the main infinity pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It also features the poolside Splash Bar. Each pool is ringed by plenty of white lounge chairs or private cabanas, but expect the main pool to be busy with families during the day; it’s quieter in the mornings and at night. Coqui Water Park features a tubing river and several twisting water slides plus a cafe.

Wellness options are abundant here as well, and include two fitness centers. The main gym is open 24 hours and also features a free-weight room and modern equipment. The other fitness center is located at the spa and has limited hours, but offers a few movement classes. The Waldorf Astoria Spa provides Thai massages, rainforest organic facials, ocean detoxes, and aqua therapy. There are also beach spa services and small boutique that sells clothes, skin products, and yoga mats. The resort has its own golf course as well.

The main lobby area features plenty of shopping, including clothing stores, souvenir shops, and jewelry stores. There are more shops down by the marina and throughout the rest of the resort. The two game rooms have plenty of arcade game options, and there’s moderately sized business center with plenty of room to sit. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, but both self and valet parking come with fees.

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A dizzying array of dining and drinking options, from casual to elegant

With 23 restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from, including fine dining, casual spots, outdoor cafes, and even prepared food markets. Blossoms, Chops Steakhouse, La Piccola Fontana, and Stingray Cafe are the main upscale restaurants, and all are only open for dinner. Cuisine at these outlets ranges from Asian to American, Italian, and Caribbean. Many have outdoor seating.

Las Brisas Restaurant is only open for breakfast and features typical fare with Caribbean and Latin American twists; expect to see huevos rancheros, coconut Mallorca french toast, and Belgian waffles. Cafe Caribe also offers breakfast in a casual, diner atmosphere, as well as a contemporary Puerto Rican lunch and dinner. Other lunch and dinner options include the outdoor Cafe Bella Vista overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and Ballyhoo Bar and Grill overlooking the marina. There are also a few cafes and markets offering prepared to-go items. Starbucks and La Marina Cafe are open during the day as well.

All restaurants offer specialty cocktails and drinks as a part of the menu, but Chops Steakhouse also has an intimate and sleek lounge area. Drake’s Martini Bar and Twenty-One both have flat-screen TVs, pool tables, and plenty of cocktails to choose from while hanging out and socializing. The poolside Splash Bar is open only during the day.

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Private beach on Palomino Island, a 10-minute water taxi ride away

The beaches at El Conquistador are located on Palomino Island, a 10-minute water taxi ride from the main resort. The main beach has plenty of blue lounge chairs on the white sand, and there’s a smaller side beach a five-minute walk away, with a few blue lounge chairs and plenty of trees for shade. The island features plenty of water sports like kayaks, snorkeling, and wave runners. An outdoor games center is set up adjacent to the beach and features a mini-golf course, life-size chess board, ping-pong table, and pool table. Stables are available for horseback rides, and there’s a cafe as well.

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Scene

Vibrant resort that’s modern and dated, with a lively social scene both day and night

The Waldorf Astoria brand inspires plenty of feelings in people — most of them images of luxury and elegance. While El Conquistador is one of the more upscale resorts on the main island of Puerto Rico, it doesn’t quite live up to the brand’s luxurious reputation. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, El Conquistador has a sophisticated vibe, though it’s a bit lively for a high-end resort, perhaps in part due to its perennial popularity with families. To be clear: This is a massive resort that is the definition of sprawling. As such, there are tons of places for guests to hang out, get wild, or relax. Unfortunately, the style throughout isn’t consistent, and while the hotel’s lobby is busy and pumping pop songs throughout the day, the decor is dated and includes low ceilings, older terra-cotta tilework, and a forced beachy style. 

Most guests are here to take advantage of the tropical outdoors, though, and those facilities are quite nice, despite a frequently bustling vibe. During the day, Palomino Island, Coqui Water Park, and the main pool complex are the social hubs, and these areas are frequently overrun with kids. By night, some of the fine dining restaurants and lounge areas open up, and there are quieter, more intimate spots like the upscale Chops Lounge, polished Drake’s Martini Bar, and modern Twenty-One. The resort is huge, so there are plenty of areas for guests to head for some quiet, but the main lobby and lounge area (including the shops) can be expected to be busy and loud. Guests from across the spectrum come here, from families to boisterous groups of friends to retirees. 

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Location

On the ocean outside of Fajardo, a 35-minute drive to El Yunque

El Conquistador is perched on a hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, which means spectacular views of the sunrise in the mornings. Palomino Island is a 10-minute water taxi ride from the resort, and features stables and trails, water sports, beaches, and an eatery. Otherwise, the resort isn’t within walking distance of anything, and downtown Fajardo — which features a few shops and restaurants — is a 15-minute drive away. Ferries to Vieques also depart from Fajardo. The main entrance to El Yunque Rain Forest, a popular tourist destination in eastern Puerto Rico, is a 35-minute drive from the hotel. Travelers should allow over an hour to get to the Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, though there is an airport shuttle available for an additional fee. 

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Rooms

Mostly modern and spacious rooms, many with private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

Picking your room at El Conquistador means choosing how close to the main lobby (and hub of the action) you’ll be, which is a blessing or … less of a blessing. La Marina rooms are farthest away from the main lobby, ensuring a quieter, more peaceful atmosphere for guests. However, the majority of rooms are located in the main area of the resort, and some noise will be heard. Across all categories, rooms have a mostly modern charm, with bright, beach-inspired decor. Expect to see blonde wood furniture with retro and contemporary lines, contemporary white couches with patterned throw pillows, and colorful abstract art. It’s worth noting that some rooms do look a little more weathered than others, with older fabrics and carpets plus less on-trend furniture (we saw wicker pieces in some rooms during our visit).

All rooms feature flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, safes, coffeemakers, iPod docks, writing desks, and king or queen-size beds with padded headboards. TVs have the capability to connect to personal Hulu and Netflix accounts, with some able to stream video games as well. Rooms also feature balconies or terraces, many overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Bathrooms are well-appointed and spacious, but not entirely attractive across the board. Despite marble accents and contemporary fixtures in some bathrooms, the tilework often looks older and we spotted some grout that needs a deep cleaning. Most bathrooms feature a shower/tub combo, though some have walk-in showers or jetted tubs. They also include roomy vanities, Peter Thomas Roth toiletries, spacious closets, plenty of towels, and hairdryers.

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Rooms

Features

Seven pools open 24 hours, Coqui Water Park, two modern fitness centers, and a spa

Like any good high-end resort, El Conquistador offers plenty of features to keep guests busy. Seven pools are scattered throughout the resort and are open 24/7, including the main infinity pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It also features the poolside Splash Bar. Each pool is ringed by plenty of white lounge chairs or private cabanas, but expect the main pool to be busy with families during the day; it’s quieter in the mornings and at night. Coqui Water Park features a tubing river and several twisting water slides plus a cafe.

Wellness options are abundant here as well, and include two fitness centers. The main gym is open 24 hours and also features a free-weight room and modern equipment. The other fitness center is located at the spa and has limited hours, but offers a few movement classes. The Waldorf Astoria Spa provides Thai massages, rainforest organic facials, ocean detoxes, and aqua therapy. There are also beach spa services and small boutique that sells clothes, skin products, and yoga mats. The resort has its own golf course as well.

The main lobby area features plenty of shopping, including clothing stores, souvenir shops, and jewelry stores. There are more shops down by the marina and throughout the rest of the resort. The two game rooms have plenty of arcade game options, and there’s moderately sized business center with plenty of room to sit. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, but both self and valet parking come with fees.

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Features

All-Inclusive / Food

A dizzying array of dining and drinking options, from casual to elegant

With 23 restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from, including fine dining, casual spots, outdoor cafes, and even prepared food markets. Blossoms, Chops Steakhouse, La Piccola Fontana, and Stingray Cafe are the main upscale restaurants, and all are only open for dinner. Cuisine at these outlets ranges from Asian to American, Italian, and Caribbean. Many have outdoor seating.

Las Brisas Restaurant is only open for breakfast and features typical fare with Caribbean and Latin American twists; expect to see huevos rancheros, coconut Mallorca french toast, and Belgian waffles. Cafe Caribe also offers breakfast in a casual, diner atmosphere, as well as a contemporary Puerto Rican lunch and dinner. Other lunch and dinner options include the outdoor Cafe Bella Vista overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and Ballyhoo Bar and Grill overlooking the marina. There are also a few cafes and markets offering prepared to-go items. Starbucks and La Marina Cafe are open during the day as well.

All restaurants offer specialty cocktails and drinks as a part of the menu, but Chops Steakhouse also has an intimate and sleek lounge area. Drake’s Martini Bar and Twenty-One both have flat-screen TVs, pool tables, and plenty of cocktails to choose from while hanging out and socializing. The poolside Splash Bar is open only during the day.

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Beach

Private beach on Palomino Island, a 10-minute water taxi ride away

The beaches at El Conquistador are located on Palomino Island, a 10-minute water taxi ride from the main resort. The main beach has plenty of blue lounge chairs on the white sand, and there’s a smaller side beach a five-minute walk away, with a few blue lounge chairs and plenty of trees for shade. The island features plenty of water sports like kayaks, snorkeling, and wave runners. An outdoor games center is set up adjacent to the beach and features a mini-golf course, life-size chess board, ping-pong table, and pool table. Stables are available for horseback rides, and there’s a cafe as well.

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“The Conqueror” – El Conquistador Resort

    • February 28, 2022
      By Advertorial Special


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El Conquistador means «The Conqueror» in Spanish, and one can’t help but feel like a champion while warming up on the driving range at El Conquistador Resort. It’s an inspiring place to be, standing magnificently high above the surrounding terrain – providing views of lush rolling hills, turquoise ocean panoramas, and colorful sunrises and sunsets. This is even more so while playing golf, thanks to the unforgettable 18-hole design authored by golf course architect Arthur Hills.  

If playing there, seek an early morning tee time at the course – the better to lessen enduring the day’s peak heat. Prepare to be surrounded by abundant vegetation and a roller-coaster layout that requires precise tee shots. And pay close attention to the yardage book tips and three key pre-round pointers from the resort’s golf professional, Aaron Kelly, PGA. 

«The golf ball always breaks toward the radio tower you can see from anywhere on the course, and when putting toward the resort, your ball will roll slower,» advised Kelly. «Finally, it’s smart to leave your driver in your bag on many holes – a hybrid or fairway wood is often best. If you get off the tee well here, you can score well. » 

In addition to throttling down on some tee shots – to lessen having wayward blasts bound off the course’s many slopes – Kelly also reminds players to hydrate early and often. The Caribbean heat and humidity are robust. 

El Conquistador is a course that almost demands playing it at least twice – once to learn it, twice to own it. And because of the dramatic elevation changes and winding routing, you’ll find that there are different ways to take on the sinewy design. Suffice it to say, it’s never dull, always exhilarating, and despite the potential calamity awaiting missed fairways, it’s surprisingly player-friendly.  

The resort is an Island icon, one of the most recognized and appreciated places to visit and explore given its idyllic tropical perch. Adjacent to Palomino Island, an oasis available to guests, El Conquistador, is nestled in Farjado, 45 minutes from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU).  

Located approximately one mile from the resort amidst stunning teal-colored surf, Palomino is accessible via the hotel’s private ferry ride. You will need to pre-schedule your trip, and the front desk team asks upon checking in if you’d like to book a time. There are multiple trips daily, so it’s easy to get aboard one. 

Several restaurants at El Conquistador Resort provide delicious and diverse options. Ballyhoo’s at the marina is adjacent to the water and accessed by way of a scenic «funicular» ride (a tram descending the steep vertical decline to the resort’s base). Featuring an open-kitchen and tiered-floor layout, the ever-present tropical sea breeze accompanies an appetizing array of selections ranging from fresh seafood, grilled oysters, and mouthwatering croquettes to perfectly cooked skirt steak and buttery halibut – all of which are prepared with local seasoning and flavors.  

Comfortable rooms with astounding vistas await to refresh after busy, warm days. Before turning in for the night, don’t forget to try a piña colada, the ubiquitous Island drink. Between shots and bites, spending time in and beside one of the resort’s luxurious pools is a soothing way to relax and rejuvenate – feelings at which Puerto Rico excels in providing visitors.  

Note: Want to know more about Puerto Rico? Enjoy a digital tour from actor, composer, and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda. Here Lin-Manuel (of Puerto Rican descent) introduces some island jewels, including museums, performing arts spaces, historic districts, nightclubs, restaurants, beaches, and other great spots.  

Due to my company in the El Conquistador resort in Puerto Rico: vryadli — LiveJournal

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Let’s start with the natural environment. The hotel is located at the very end of the island, on a cape, so the sea from it is approximately from the spirit of the four sides. And although I am a man, insulting to himself, Matrikov, from him, from the ocean.

This is the part of the island where there is nowhere else to go. View from the hotel terrace.

And on the other side, where there is no sea, there is an incredible size golf course. But it is likely that all the golf courses I have seen in all the countries I have seen will fit on this one. And I, running along the paths, once saw three people playing on it. I don’t know how for golf, but for cross-country, and the slides on it are ah-yes-well, what useful

But there is no beach near this hotel. Very willing bathe with stones, I saw. And just those who wish should sail for free on a boat to a special island of Palomino. Two boats go back and forth continuously, one flight takes about fifteen minutes. In addition to the right beach, there are wrong ones on the island, and horseback riding paths, along which I ran to the wrong beach, indicated a dip — out of principle, and ran further.

Well, that’s how you sail away from the beach, tanned and/or running around the island.

Well, now for the next, narrower turn of the spiral. Hotel outside.

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Puerto Rico Hotels ✈️ Tour Log Book

The island offers an impressive variety of accommodation options for all types of travelers. From stylish urban boutique hotels to luxury beach resorts and secluded cottages in green countryside. In recent years, the number of bed&breakfast hotels has been growing on the island. The distinguishing feature of such hotels is that they are family-run places where the owners live on the premises. Most of the major chains have real estate in San Juan and all other major cities. Despite the difficult economic climate, new resorts are still opening.

A The Ritz-Carlton Reserve

The elegant Ritz-Carlton reopened in 2019 after an extensive renovation. It is located in an ecologically clean reserve on the northern coast of Puerto Rico. The hotel has many amenities. The resort offers access to a 1.6 km long sandy beach and numerous nature trails. Here you can play on two impressive 18-hole golf courses or enjoy spa treatments. All rooms at the resort boast a balcony, a deep soaking tub and an outdoor shower. Many accommodation options even include private pools.

COA Restaurant on the waterfront serves local cuisine. Including various food cooked in a special wood-fired oven. Or diners can sample grilled meats and seafood at the Encanto Beach Club Bar and Grill. Fresh sushi, ceviche and tapas are available at the Positivo Sand Bar. The daily resort fee includes perks such as in-room Wi-Fi, snorkeling equipment and bicycles.

Hotel El Convento

The hotel is housed in a 17th century convent. It impresses guests with the charm of antiquity. The floors are made of Andalusian tiles. And old antiques and mahogany beams. Guests also praise the modern amenities in each room. Standard amenities include flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, work desks and Bose radios. El Convento is located in the center of Old San Juan. Close to historical sights. For example, Castillo de San Cristobal and El Morro. In addition, vacationers have access to a small pool and jacuzzi and a restaurant. It serves Puerto Rican cuisine.

Fairmont El San Juan Hotel

Fairmont is located in the trendy Isla Verde area of ​​San Juan, Puerto Rico. The hotel has a refined resort atmosphere. This hotel features an attractive blue and gray décor with contemporary furnishings and amenities. Such as free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges and LCD TVs. In addition, specialty suites offer extras like Steinway pianos, private hot tubs and kitchenettes. Outside of your room, you can relax in the poolside cabana or laze along the 2-mile long beach. Before heading to the Well & Being Spa. There are four restaurants and a night club BRAVA on the territory.

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

Set in a former coconut plantation along Bahia’s coastline. The place boasts 100-foot palm trees and great beach access. The rooms are equipped with beamed ceilings, private terraces or balconies, minibars. Amenities include butler service and Wi-Fi access. To get to know the area, travelers are advised to step outside of their magnificent room. The concierge can help organize hiking, cycling and boating expeditions. Or you can unwind with a massage or exfoliation at the spa. Seagrapes Restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine by the pool.

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

The Marriott is located above the shimmering waters of Condado Beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It offers excellent beach access, a swimming pool and plenty of entertainment. The resort’s 527 rooms and suites are equipped with mini-fridges, TVs, private balconies and Wi-Fi. It has overly accommodating staff and three restaurants with delicious food. Hiking, sailing, snorkelling or golf expeditions can be arranged with the help of the resort’s concierge. Massage is available at the Ocean Club wellness centre.

Las Casitas Village

Las Casitas is located on a cliff at the northeastern tip of Puerto Rico. Here you can enjoy a secluded holiday. Each of the cottages is decorated in a tropical style. The hotel offers personal 24-hour butler service. The ocean view room on the north side of the resort boasts the best views. It provides easy access to the resort’s main pool complex. In total, the resort has seven pools. International cuisine is available at each of the 23 restaurants at Las Casitas and its partner hotel, El Conquistador Resort. If you are a member of the Hilton Honors Rewards Program.

Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort

This Hilton hotel is located in Ponce on Puerto Rico’s South Coast. It attracts a wide range of tourists with its many amenities and privacy. Couples can linger in the hot tub or main pool, or try their luck at the casino. In the meantime, children can play mini golf or run around the playground. For those who come to the city on business, the hotel has a fully equipped business center. And nearly 12,000 square feet of meeting and event space. In addition, four Hilton Ponce restaurants cater to the most discerning gourmets. The establishments offer everything. From authentic Puerto Rican cuisine to sushi and modern Chinese cuisine. At the end of the day, all guests can snuggle up in signature Hilton Serenity beds. Rooms and suites also feature flat-screen TVs, work desks and balconies.

Meliá Coco Beach

Hotel overlooking Coco Beach. It is located on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico. Meliá prides itself on its range of entertainment. From yoga to salsa and golf lessons. Resort concierges can arrange horseback riding, mountain biking and expeditions to Mosquito Bay. All rooms feature yellow, beige or blue walls and mahogany furniture. Rooms have cable TVs and fully stocked minibars. And also — private balconies or terraces. Also noteworthy are the Meliá Coco Beach pool (surrounded by plush Balinese beds) and the five on-site restaurants.

Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort

Wyndham is a seaside resort nestled between the lush El Yunque National Rainforest and the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel attracts active travelers with its varied activities. Here you can play a game of tennis on the international courts of Peter Bervosh. There are three swimming pools and the Mandara spa on site. All rooms feature exquisite Italian tiles, natural wood furniture and a private balcony.

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