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Top Rated Puerto Rico Hotels

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San Juan Airport Hotel
San Juan Airport Hotel
3.0 out of 5.0 LMM International Airport, Terminal D Airport Hotel (SJU), Carolina
from $169
3.4/5 (129 reviews)

Liked: clean-quiet-restaurant near-amenities-friendly services

Reviewed on May 2, 2019
San Juan Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino
San Juan Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino
4.5 out of 5.0 1309 Ashford Avenue, San Juan
Free Cancellation
from $269
4.3/5 (887 reviews)

What I like the most. Comfortable bed. Strong pressure in shower. Safe and secure location. Service of staff is excellent. They do have shady billing if you don’t ask any questions they seem to have policy of charging a little more fees than is reasonable in my opinion. It just seems like they really ...

Reviewed on Apr 14, 2019
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
5.0 out of 5.0 1055 Ashford Avenue, San Juan
Free Cancellation
from $309
4.7/5 (145 reviews)

Great location for dining at local restaurants. Great outdoor pool, restaurants with an ocean view

Reviewed on May 20, 2019
Hyatt Place San Juan/Bayamón
Hyatt Place San Juan/Bayamón
3.0 out of 5.0 Crta. 167, Avenida Ramon Luis Rivera, Bayamon
Free Cancellation
from $107
4.3/5 (119 reviews)

I like that it was close to family. The pool is to small for the room capacity.

Reviewed on May 17, 2019
CIQALA Luxury Suites
CIQALA Luxury Suites
4.0 out of 5.0 752 Manuel Fernandez Juncos Ave, San Juan
from $158
4.4/5 (113 reviews)

The rooftop bar and restaurant is great and service was awesome. The lobby area is small but they were efficient in checking us in.

Reviewed on Apr 22, 2019
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort
4.0 out of 5.0 6000 Rio Mar Boulevard, Rio Grande
Free Cancellation
from $220
4.5/5 (36 reviews)

Nice place good staff a bit pricey good food options

Reviewed on May 12, 2019
Best Western Plus Condado Palm Inn & Suites
Best Western Plus Condado Palm Inn & Suites
3.0 out of 5.0 55 Condado Avenue, San Juan
from $139
3.9/5 (89 reviews)

Only major dislike now breakfast is continental, no eggs, no protein. Only oatmeal, fruits, breads and pastries.

Reviewed on Mar 3, 2019
Serafina Beach Hotel
Serafina Beach Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 1045 Avenida Doctor Ashford, San Juan, PR
Free Cancellation
from $191
4.5/5 (31 reviews)

The room was spacious and clean. The infinity pool was warm and welcoming. The food was great, a little bit pricey but Convenient if you don’t want to leave the property. I would definitely stay there again.

Reviewed on May 12, 2019
San Juan Water and Beach Club
San Juan Water and Beach Club
4.0 out of 5.0 2 Tartak St, Carolina
from $189
4.3/5 (240 reviews)

The blue lights in the room definitely set a mood and was so pretty. The roof top was amazing

Reviewed on May 19, 2019

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Light up Puerto Rico's bioluminescent bays

Join the rapidly growing number of travelers who consider Puerto Rico to be among the best vacation destinations in the United States. As a US commonwealth, the exotic Caribbean Island uses U.S. currency, so you won't have to worry about exchanging your money. Both Spanish and English ring out around the streets of Puerto Rico, the lush greenery of Bosque Nacional El Yunque rainforest stretches for miles, and beaches adorn the coastline where sunbathers can see islands glistening out to sea. U.S. citizens do not require passports to visit Puerto Rico either, making it a welcoming, easy-access paradise for adventures or leisurely days.

Things to see in Puerto Rico
Bioluminescent bays

Of a handful of bioluminescent bays on Earth, Puerto Rico boasts three. Best seen from non-motorized craft or snorkeling at night, these bays host microorganisms that positively glow with life. Laguna Grande is situated on the northeast shore while Mosquito Bay is just off a small island to the southeast. La Parguera, Puerto Rico's third bio bay, is on the southwest coast. The gentle motion of paddles or flippers triggers the otherworldly light.

Capital of San Juan

As the commonwealth's capital and the island's most populous city, San Juan has grown into a global destination. A historic metropolis with nearly 400,000 residents, San Juan was founded in 1521 and constitutes the island's center of commerce, finance and culture. As you explore the Old City and the harbor, imagine what Christopher Columbus found as he sailed in centuries ago.

Rainforest foray

Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Forest is the sole rainforest in the U.S. Forest Service system. Situated in the northeast of the island, El Yunque houses the elegant waterfalls of La Coca and La Mina, picnic benches and cooling rivers where you can swim, plus hiking trails for budding adventurers.


Caribbean Islands can certainly show off about their chief attraction —the utopia of beaches. For a bit of privacy, get away to Flamenco Beach, located on the Isle of Culebra, about 20 miles to the east of the big island. For a San Juan beach experience, check out Condado where tanning, water sports and beach bars collide.

Where to stay

Puerto Rico hotels accommodate travelers willing to splurge as well as those on a stricter budget.


Dorado Beach ranks at the top of the list for luxury destinations. It is located on protected land along Puerto Rico's north shore and features miles of sandy beach, secluded lagoons and nature trails.

Among moderately-rated places to stay, resorts and hotels in less visited hubs such as Vieques Island and Rincon Beach are good choices. Isolated beachfront restaurants, swimming pools and water sports provide all the amenities you need at a moderate price.

San Juan

Those who prefer the buzz of city living could consider San Juan itself. Many accommodations here are set close to restaurants, casinos and shopping, including the Marriott Resort and Casino, which is near the Museum of Art, and El Canario by the Lagoon, where private balconies look out across the vibrant Condado neighborhood.

How to get to Puerto Rico

More than 588 direct flights from major U.S. cities bring visitors to Puerto Rico weekly. Thousands of cruise passengers visit the Caribbean Island each day as well. Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU) in San Juan is the main hub while Rafael Hernandez International (BQN) serves the west coast.


Puerto Rico enjoys a tropical marine climate with moderate temperatures averaging 80 degrees Fahrenheit at sea level and 70 degrees Fahrenheit at higher elevations. Relative humidity hovers around 80 per cent.

Hurricane season extends from June to November, but visitors can still enjoy a summer or autumn vacation if they watch the weather reports. Peak vacation season runs from mid-December to mid-April, when higher rates rule.

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