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Plan Your Escape to Guánica

The Reservation Specialist here at Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa in Guánica, Puerto Rico is ready to help you plan your next getaway! Our hotel offers a wide range of exceptional specials, Puerto Rico vacation packages, and meal plans, designed to help you get the most out of your stay with us. Explore our deals and offers, and start planning a truly incredible trip!


Early Bird Special

There’s no such thing as planning too early, especially when you can save 40% off our regular rate.

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Fall into Paradise

Fall into #TheCopaLifestyle with a 3-day/2-night stay inclusive of taxes and fees.

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Winter in Paradise

Escape the winter blues and enjoy the warm Carribean breeze at Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa!

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Rise & Shine: Breakfast Package

Wake up in paradise and head out for a savory hot meal at Las Palmas Restaurant.

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Romance Package

Celebrate your love with this romantic escape to paradise.

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Wine & Dine Package

Treat yourself to a gastronomical journey from beginning to end. Hosted by our masterful Executive Chef, Fernando.

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Stay & Dive Package

Join Scuba Dogs for an Underwater Adventure!Explore world renowned coral reefs along the south-west coast!

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Stay & Play: Villa Fun Package

Make Copamarina your home away from home and enjoy every waking moment together in our Luxury Villas.

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Meal Plans

Enhance your stay with Copamarina’s meal plan options

While vacationing it’s all about simplicity, and a great meal. So here at Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa, we make it easy for you, below please find three options of meal plans that suit your vacation needs.

Deluxe Plan:

Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner for only $113 per person, per night and $58 per child, per night 6-12. Includes unlimited non-alcoholic beverages.


Meal plans do not include taxes or gratuity; are not applicable for groups; and are based upon availability. Unused portions are not refundable or credited. All guests must be registered on room reservation in order to receive meal plan options. Children 5 years of age and under dine complimentary.

For more information and availability please email us at [email protected] com.

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Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa, Guanica – Updated 2022 Prices

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You’re eligible for a Genius discount at Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa! To save at this property, all you have to do is sign in.

This hotel is a 20-acre tropical resort on a half-mile Caribbean beach. It offers two outdoor pools, an-onsite spa and rooms with ocean views.

At the Copamarina Beach Resort, guests will find rooms with seating areas and work desks. All rooms feature free cable TV and refrigerators, and some have balconies with ocean views.

The hotel has two swimming pools and hot tubs, as well as a tennis court and fitness center.. Guests can enjoy canoeing, diving, snorkeling and other water recreations. Massages and other body treatment services are available at the on-site Spa

The restaurant Alexandra at the Copamarina Beach Resort offers a complete menu of fresh seafood and Puerto Rican specialties. The open-air Las Palmas Café serves Caribbean, and authentic Puerto Rican Cuisine, and drinks are available at the Café Bar.

Easily accessed from the panoramic Interstate PR 2, the hotel is 3.2 km from the Guanica Dry Forest Reserve.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.2 for a two-person trip.

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa has been welcoming guests since Mar 22, 2011

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1 swimming pool

Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms


Property Highlights

Top Location: Highly rated by recent guests (9.1)

Want a great night’s sleep? This property was highly rated for its very comfy beds.

American, Buffet

Free Parking Available On Site

Tennis court

Fitness center


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  • Airport shuttle ?

    We have a private company that provide our guests transportation. Please contact the hotel for more information.

    Answered on November 7, 2019

  • Do you know if Copamarina will be open anytime soon due to the earthquake? Especially January 28-31?

    Hello, at this moment, the property is temporally closed. We are reopening our doors on February 11, 2020. Hope to see you soon.

    Answered on January 18, 2020

  • Hi is there designated smoking areas on the property?

    Good Morning,
    Our Hotel have the Non-Smoking policy in all of our buildings, but we have 2 designated areas where you can stay and smoke.

    Answered on January 31, 2021

  • Do you provide transportation from airport in San Juan? Or is it available?

    We can schedule private transportation for the guest. The prices may vary due to the number of passengers & hours of the transportarion. Please contac..

    Answered on April 24, 2021

  • Do you have a room with stove and refrigerator available?

    Good Afternoon,
    All rooms have a little fridge and coffee maker. Only our Suite have a Kitchenette and our Villa have a full Kitchen.

    Answered on March 8, 2021

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    Alexandra’s Restaurant

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    Las Palmas Cafe

    Latin American

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Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool

Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms



  • Toilet paper

  • Towels

  • Private Bathroom

  • Toilet

  • Free toiletries

  • Hairdryer

  • Shower


  • Linens

  • Alarm clock


  • Beachfront

  • Balcony

  • Garden


  • Coffee machine

  • Refrigerator

Room Amenities

  • Clothes rack


  • Bicycle rental

  • Live music/Performance

  • Happy hour
    Additional charge

  • Movie nights

  • Beach

  • Tennis equipment
    Additional charge

  • Water sports facilities on site

  • Snorkeling
    Additional charge

  • Diving

  • Canoeing

  • Playground

  • Fishing

  • Tennis court

Media & Technology

  • Flat-screen TV

  • Cable channels

  • Satellite channels

  • Telephone

  • TV

Food & Drink

  • Wine/Champagne
    Additional charge

  • Kids’ meals
    Additional charge

  • Bar

  • Minibar

  • Restaurant

  • Tea/Coffee maker


WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.


Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).

  • Accessible parking


  • Shuttle service
    Additional charge

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Wake-up service

  • Fax/Photocopying

  • Business center

  • 24-hour front desk

  • Meeting/Banquet facilities

Safety & security

  • Safe


  • Air conditioning

  • Mosquito net

  • Private entrance

  • Fan

  • Ironing facilities

  • Facilities for disabled guests

  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Iron

Outdoor swimming pool

    All pools are free of charge

  • Pool/Beach towels

  • Beach chairs/Loungers

  • Spa facilities

  • Beach chairs/Loungers

  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi

  • Massage

  • Spa

  • Fitness center

Languages Spoken

  • English

  • Spanish

House rules

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa takes special requests – add in the next step!


From 3:00 PM


Until 12:00 PM


Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to accommodations type.
Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.

Children & Beds

Child policies

Children of all ages are welcome.

Children 13 and above are considered adults at this property.

To see correct prices and occupancy info, add the number and ages of children in your group to your search.

Crib and extra bed policies

Cribs and extra beds aren’t available at this property.

Age restriction

The minimum age for check-in is 18


Pets are not allowed.

Cards accepted at this property

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.



As more companies embrace the work-from-home trend, many people are taking their home offices on the road. In fact, 74% of Americans said they think about work, according to data from Harris Poll last month.

Now, Discover Puerto Rico — The Island Tourism Board — is giving six Americans the opportunity to do so in two weeks — for free. The «Work in Full Color» initiative, which encourages WFH employees to change their desks to one closer to the turquoise waves of Puerto Rico, aims to show how easy it is to work from within the US.

After all, no passports are required and the island is in the same time zone as the East Coast for half a year (and only an hour ahead the rest of the year). Plus, US visitors won’t have to worry about currency conversions and can look forward to familiar amenities including Uber Eats, Walgreens, CVS, and Airbnb (which has its own Puerto Rico microsite).

Even with 31 ISPs and three 5G networks, it’s easy to video conference or stay connected with your current data plan.

Puerto Rico aerial view Credit: Courtesy of Discover Puerto Rico

To showcase all of these benefits, six winners will be offered jobs across the island, including a floating villa off Fajardo, an apartment in Old San Juan, a luxury oceanfront suite in Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa, and a three bedroom Palmas del Mar condominium.

“We hope travelers find out how easy and convenient it is to work remotely from Puerto Rico as they don’t need visas, passports or insurance certificates to work on the island for long periods of time,” said Marketing Director of Puerto Rico. Rico. Leah Chandler Tells Travel + leisure . “In addition, we aim to introduce visitors to the variety of activities and experiences available throughout Puerto Rico for them to enjoy after hours.”

She adds that her favorite moments of working on the island are «being surrounded by friendly locals and learning about the diverse culture, especially the amazing gastronomy.» Some local attractions include dining at the chic outdoor food court. Lot 23 or take an eco-tour at Local Guest, which has everything from cave adventures and pottery classes to volunteer tours that help build homes damaged by Hurricane Maria or work on a community garden.

Copamarina Beach Resort King Room Credit: Courtesy of Copamarina Beach Resort

To enter, visit and describe what you could accomplish with two weeks on the island. Winners will receive an economy round trip ticket, 14 nights accommodation and Wi-Fi throughout their stay. All applications must be received by May 13, 2021.

Chandler also says Puerto Rico’s natural wonders add to the attraction, especially after a year of being cooped up at home. “Proximity to so many unique landscapes and natural resources is also incredible,” she says. «Being able to visit the beach, the mountains or the rainforest in one weekend is truly a rarity and a specialty.»

It’s worth noting that the CDC currently has Puerto Rico on a «Very High COVID-19 Level 4» Notice, but says those who are fully vaccinated can travel within the US. must receive a negative molecular PCR test less than 72 hours prior to travel or fined $300 in addition to taking another test within 48 hours of arrival. There is also a curfew on the island from 22:00. and 5 am. Bars are closed, but restaurants, pools and museums are open at 30%.

Powerful hurricane sweeps through Puerto Rico, shutting down entire country

On Sunday, Hurricane Fiona left Puerto Rico without power, caused catastrophic floods and landslides on the island, and then spread towards the Dominican Republic.

This was reported by Reuters, Ukrinform reports.

It is noted that the current hurricane, which struck Puerto Rico five years after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, ripped asphalt from roads, blew away a large road bridge, flooded cars, and caused rainfall to some rivers rose by 6 meters in just a few hours.

The entire island of Puerto Rico was without power as Hurricane Fiona made landfall and threatened to cause ‘catastrophic flooding’ and landslides https://t. co/mPlmuME5Ne

— Reuters (@Reuters) September 19, 2022

«It was a disaster,» Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi said at a news conference in the capital, San Juan.

The epicenter of the hurricane hit the southwest coast of Puerto Rico near Punta Tocon with maximum winds of about 140 kilometers per hour, which exceeded the threshold for a Category 1 hurricane, the National Hurricane Watch Center said.

Power to the island of 3.3 million people was completely cut off due to the hurricane, LUMA Energy, the island’s network operator, said.

WATCH: Bridge washed away as hurricane Fiona makes landfall in Puerto Rico

— BNO News (@BNONews) September 18, 2022

LUMA Energy spokesman Abner Gomes said the entire electrical system has been shut down to protect its infrastructure. Power is being restored in some places, with priority being given to hospitals and other critical public services, he said.

Heavy rainfall and mudslides are also forecast in the Dominican Republic as the storm moves northwest and the Turks and Caicos Islands are likely to experience tropical storm effects on Tuesday, the NHC said.

By the evening of the week, humanitarian agencies in the Dominican Republic began evacuating residents from high-risk areas in the east of the country. President Luis Abinader has postponed a trip to New York to attend the UN General Assembly, and the start of the Dominican school year has been moved to Wednesday from Monday.

The last moments of the bridge at #Utuado, #PuertoRico.

— Lynn Schore (@LynnSchore) September 19, 2022

One Fiona-related death has now been reported on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Authorities said they identified the deceased man on Saturday after his house was swept away by flooding. France has declared Guadeloupe a disaster area.

As Ukrinform reported, in June a powerful hurricane swept through the Netherlands, damaging 150 houses.

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