Pagina oficial de turismo de puerto rico: Doing Business — Puerto Rico Tourism Company

Doing Business — Puerto Rico Tourism Company

Doing Business

Puerto Rico offers businesses the security and stability to operate in a US jurisdiction, while providing an unmatched variety of tax incentives that make it an attractive destination for all companies, both large and small. On this page you’ll find all the information you need in order to move or start your business to the island in no time. 

Business in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico’s strategic geographic location and economic incentives deliver unique advantages that few other locations can provide. The strength of Puerto Rico as an investment opportunity lies, among other things, in its political stability, its modern infrastructure, and a highly skilled bilingual workforce.

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Planning Your Business

Depending on the kind of tourism project developed, the developer or business may be required to register with PRTC Room Tax Division and can request the Tourism Quality Office to inspect the premises and assess the services provided to qualify for PRTC’s promotional endorsement

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The Puerto Rico Tourism Company offers support
during all key stages of the planning and development of tourism projects.

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Tour Guides and Travel Agencies

Tour guides play an extremely important role in promoting a destination. These professionals offer not only information, but also enhance the image of the destination as well as enhance the experience of a visitor visiting a place or tourist attraction.

A travel agent is a person who serves as an intermediary between service providers for travelers, such as airlines, hotels and consumers.

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Hotel Development Corporation

The Hotel Development Corporation is a subsidiary of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. The HDC was created in 1992 in order to promote investment, development and construction of hotel projects.

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Lodging Categories and their Definitions

To help you understand the difference between hotel and parador, Posadas or Resort, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of different types of accommodation in tourism.

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Room Tax

As part of the requirements of Act 272, you must register as an innkeeper and request and innkeeper ID number from PRTC. You can obtain the registration at the Puerto Rico Tourism Company’s Tax Division office located in Old San Juan.

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Puerto Rico’s natural beauty and world-class attractions make it a must-visit vacation spot, but these are not the only attractive selling points for the global tourism industry. The Island’s incentive package for the tourism and hospitality industry is equally enticing. You can access the Puerto Rico Tourism Company’s Virtual Clerk to request incentives.

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Zones of Touristic Interest

A zone of touristic interest (ZTI) is any area within the Island providing a series of natural and man-made attractions which are at present developed or have tourist potentials.

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Gaming Division

The Gaming Division of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company regulates all administrative processes regarding licensing, franchise concession, supervision, and management of gaming operations in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico Travel Guide | Visitor Information

Puerto Rico es un lugar donde el Viejo Mundo se fusiona con el nuevo en una Isla pequeña en tamaño, pero que ofrece experiencias únicas en abundancia. 

Rica historia y cultura, comida excepcional, playas prístinas, montañas majestuosas, relajación, aventura, todo en un paraíso caribeño bañado por el sol. Puerto Rico está lleno de gente acogedora y «buena gente« (que en la jerga Boricua significa amable y amistoso). Aquí te sentirás como si fueras parte de la familia en lugar de solo un visitante. En cada esquina encontrarás una celebración a la vida, una experiencia cultural vibrante, comida sabrosa y un ritmo cautivador.

Atrévete a descubrir los muchos tesoros de Puerto Rico. Inspírate y empieza a planificar tu viaje. Déjanos ser los primeros en decirte: bienvenido.

¡Vive Boricua!

En Puerto Rico nos llamamos Boricua. Es un nombre único que honra nuestra herencia isleña, pero también es una forma de vida, un estado de ánimo, un ritmo y un sabor que es distintivamente puertorriqueño. Una vez nos visites, también encontrarás ese espíritu en ti. Desde nuestras resplandecientes playas hasta nuestra rica y vibrante cultura, te invitamos a experimentar Puerto Rico al estilo Boricua.

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Regiones de Puerto Rico


Mejores experiencias

El Yunque es el único bosque tropical lluvioso en el Servicio Forestal Nacional de los Estados Unidos.

Visita el Bosque Nacional El Yunque

Planifica una escapada refrescante a un fascinante bosque tropical.

Guía de comida tradicional puertorriqueña

Prueba platos tradicionales puertorriqueños como lechón asado, pasteles y coquito.

Explorando las bahías bioluminiscentes de Puerto Rico

Solo hay cinco bahías bioluminiscentes en todo el mundo, y Puerto Rico tiene la suerte de tener tres de ellas.

La llamada «ciudad amurallada» atesora más de 500 años de historia.

Mejores lugares para ver en Puerto Rico

Sitios históricos, experiencias culinarias, aventuras al aire libre y hermosas playas.

Mejores playas de Puerto Rico

Toma el sol, disfruta las olas, explora la vida submarina y descubre tu playa favorita.

Festivales anuales en Puerto Rico

Hay un festival o celebración alrededor de la Isla casi todos los fines de semana.

Dónde quedarse

Ya sea que desees esconderte en un resort de lujo, encontrar un hotel histórico en el corazón del Viejo San Juan, experimentar la tradicional hospitalidad puertorriqueña en un parador o quedarte con amigos y familiares en un cómodo alquiler de vacaciones, encontrarás una gran variedad de opciones de alojamiento.

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Explora la cultura local

Encontrarás artesanos expertos, festivales vibrantes y tradiciones significativas en toda la Isla. Experimenta Puerto Rico como mucho más que solo un visitante.

Descubre la cultura


Disfruta de la belleza natural

Hogar de docenas de parques protegidos y reservas naturales en toda la Isla, la belleza de Puerto Rico es impresionante.

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Descubre la historia de la Isla

La historia de Puerto Rico abarca tribus indígenas, conquistadores españoles, esclavos africanos y más.

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Prueba el sabor criollo

Las tradiciones culinarias de Puerto Rico combinan influencias españolas, africanas y caribeñas con una variedad de sabores internacionales.

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Apartments Aparthotel Maracaibo, Puerto Rico — prices.

Apartment Aparthotel Maracaibo

Very good hotel

based on 407 reviews

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Location. Aparthotel Maracaibo is located close to Amadora Beach. Additional area points of interest include Port Mogan. Hotel Features. Aparthotel Maracaibo’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dining options at the hotel include a buffet/grocery store and groceries. There is a pool bar and a lobby bar on site. The hotel serves a continental breakfast for an additional fee. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool and a children’s pool. Wireless and wired high-speed internet access is available in public areas (surcharge). The hotel has an area for events; banquet facilities and small meeting rooms are offered. For a surcharge, shuttle services include a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and an area shuttle. Additional amenities at this Beaux Arts property include a rooftop terrace, barbecue grills, and multilingual staff. Rooms. 101 guestrooms at Aparthotel Maracaibo feature coffee/tea makers and safes. All rooms are accessed from an external corridor. Bedding includes premium quality bedding. Kitchens include full-size refrigerators/freezers, cookware/dishes/utensils/table linens, and dish linens. The bathrooms have a shower. Guestrooms provide complimentary newspapers. Each room has an LCD TV with satellite channels. Guests may request in-room massages, irons/ironing boards, and hair dryers. In France, the official rating of hotels (the number of stars) is determined by the French Tourism Development Agency (ATOUT France). Recently, the hotel classification system has undergone changes. The official rating is optional and ranges from 1 to 5 stars (not from 1 to 4 as before), which is in line with international standards. The current rating of some hotels may not be accurate as hotels are currently applying for a new rating. Information will be updated as quickly as possible. To determine if these changes affect a particular hotel, click on the stars on this page. Notices and payments. The following fees and deposits are collected by the property at the time of service, check-in or check-out. Security deposit: EUR 10 per stay Late check-out fee: EUR 20 Continental breakfast fee: EUR 6.5 per person (approximately) TV fee: EUR 3 per day Air conditioning fee: EUR 6 per day Room safe fee : EUR 3 per day The above list may not be comprehensive. Payments and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Rating: Very good

Rating: 7.4

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    7. 3
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Caribbean destination: which island suits who? — Search for tours from reliable tour operators, the official website of the travel agency TURSFERA

from Zhiraf Tursferovich


1. For beachgoers
Take note of Barbados, Grand Cayman, Aruba, the US and British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Samana Peninsula in the Dominican Republic. They are in the big leagues for stunning beaches! Avoid: Dominica, Bonaire (Bonaire), Saba, St. Eustatius. I am sacrilegious when I say such things, but these islands are not good because of the uniqueness of their beaches.

2. Gourmet
Anguilla, St. Barthélemy (St. Barts) and Barbados excel in their culinary resources. They have an unbelievably wide selection of Caribbean restaurants and all sorts of cuisines, but you have to practice being neutral on the final bill.
St. Maarten has a large list of excellent restaurants with different price levels.
It would be nice to have a look at Martinique: only in the homeland of Josephine Beauharnais have they learned how to skillfully combine Afro-Caribbean and French culinary traditions.
‼Avoid: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Dominican Republic. At first, there are very few decent restaurants, taverns prevail. They are also tasty, but not masterpiece. And the Dominican resorts are mainly focused on working on an all-inclusive system.

3. For divers
Bonaire Island (Bonaire) is one of the best diving destinations in the world, not to mention the Caribbean. The Cayman Islands, St. Lucia, Saba, Turks and Caicos Islands are all famous for their diving conditions. More than 200 ships sank off the western coast of Sint Eustatius, and people come here to look for treasures missed by other divers.
‼Avoid: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbados. The waters of each of the three islands have their own house reefs, but these places are the least suitable for a rich diving program.

4. For history buffs
In Barbados, five-o-clock tea is still drunk, cricket is played, and hats are worn to church on Sundays. St. Thomas (U.S. Virgin Islands) served as a pirate base for Blackbeard and Sir Francis Drake. Nassau, the main city of the Bahamas, was the capital of the pirates of the entire region, and all the treasures hidden there have not yet been found in the underwater caves of the island of Grand Bahama. The Dominican Republic, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Martinique are known for dramatic twists and turns in their history and cities with colorful architecture. In St. Lucia and Dominica, you can meet the descendants of the Caribs — cannibal warriors who fought with the first European immigrants.

5. For clubbers and nightlife lovers
Those who like to drink and dance the night away are waiting for Aruba, St. Maarten and Puerto Rico. All three islands also have casinos. The most active nightlife in Jamaica is in the cities of Negril and Motego Bay. Trinidad is famous for its clubbing, Grand Cayman unexpectedly revives after sunset. We add Cuba, the Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) and the Bahamian island of New Providence (Nassau) to the list.
‼Avoid: Saint Kitts and Nevis, Sabu, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Here, too, there is the concept of «fun nightlife», but, I bet, it will diverge from ours.

✔The most comfortable climate: Aruba, Bonaire (Bonaire), Curaçao.
✔ Gorgeous island landscapes: St. Lucia, Barbados, Virgin Gorda.
✔Variety of landscapes: Jamaica, Cuba, Martinique.

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