The hotel was small and intimate. I was traveling alone so it was perfect for me. This isn't the hotel for people expecting the bell and whistles of a big chain hotel group. It had a lovely pool, and the staff was very nice. I would stay here again for sure!
Checkin was slightly early which met my needs due to arrival. It was quick and trouble free. The pool bar and staff were awesome. Restaurants good food although not sure everything was made on site. The Italian restaurant food was great, but just didn’t have sufficient staff even with not a lot of ...
Beautiful resort. Completely renovated but still has old world charm. Lovely staff, right on the beautiful Isla Verde beach. Amazing pools. There's even a view from the fitness center. Hate that we had to evacuate but we will be back. Next time with the kids. Didn't get to try the restaurants but ...
our stay was very good ,the front disk they are very polite but they need to give more attention to explain how is the up grade works cos we thought when you up grade you only pay the extra but it was the taxes and hotel experience which its ridiculous
A coastal area that lures you in with its good looks, clean beaches and Puerto Rican flair, Isla Verde is a small Caribbean destination full of pizzazz. Extreme water sports, postcard-perfect scenes, and a fast-paced nightlife are all characteristics of this popular vacation spot.
Isla Verde is part of the barrio of Carolina, nestled between the cities of San Juan and Carolina and bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the north. This popular visitor area beckons with Puerto Rican hospitality, lots of leisure activities and fabulous fine dining.
You'll meet plenty of interesting people at the Isla Verde beach. Located along Isla Verde Avenue right next door to San Juan's Condado Beach, this area is a mecca for watersport enthusiasts. Rental shops provide all the gear you need. Lush palm trees, lots of shady spots to sip a cool Pina Colada and a wealth of dining choices are all part of the Isla Verde vibe.
For a quieter ocean-side outing, try the Pine Grove Beach located next to Isla Verde Beach. A reef shelters the calm waters along the west end of Pine Grove Beach, while more active waves to the east are ideal for learning to surf.
Carolina Public Beach is also within the Isla Verde area to the north of the international airport. This local beach features public facilities, outdoor showers, picnic tables and lifeguards.
From blackjack to baccarat to slots, you're sure to find the games you love at one of Isla Verde's casinos. Rub elbows with celebrities while you get your game on.
While Isla Verde does not really have neighborhood divisions, the upscale hotels cluster in the central beachfront section, while more modest price ranges are typically a couple blocks away from the beach.
The Ritz-Carlton is the epitome of glamorous accommodations, with its five-star rating, casino, swimming pools, on-site spa and tennis courts.
Getting to Isla Verde by plane is easy, as it is adjacent to Puerto Rico's main airport, Aeropuerto Internacional Luis Muñoz Marín (SJU). A short jaunt by taxi gets you to your hotel in record time. Flights leave daily from several U.S. hubs. Air travel time from Los Angeles is approximately eight hours, while flights from New York City take just over three hours. Caribbean cruise ships also visit Puerto Rico on a regular basis.
In June and December, the SoFo Culinary Festival takes over Old San Juan, just minutes from Isla Verde. Here you can enjoy local music and outdoor drinks, as well as local food.
For classical music lovers, the Casals Festival honoring late cellist Pablo Casals takes place in San Juan, between late February and early March. Founded by the musician himself in 1956, the festival hosts well-known performers from around the world.
Each year in July, the International Salsa Congress convenes in San Juan, attracts vibrant salsa dancers from far and wide, who put on a colorful show for visitors. The Congress lasts for two weeks and features a dance competition, with lots of festive music.
High temperatures average 82 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. July through September is storm season, with periodic rain showers being typical in these months. Mid-November through mid-April is the busiest guest season, with prices for lodging and airfare noticeably increasing. If you are looking for better rates, think summertime and book Isla Verde hotels in advance.
If you want to save money on your hotel to spend elsewhere this is a good option. The room was a little small but we did not spend a lot of time there. It is a walk away from the beach and shops and restaurants.
I had a great experience . They have a parking lot for the guest. The price is reasonable. The hotel has a nice pool and the beach is about a few minutes fro the hotel.
Beautiful beach, pool area and facilities. Rooms clean. We asked for more pillows and received them promptly.
We had a lovely stay here! The condo is super clean and modern. Tastefully decorated. The beach is just steps away, and we also had a great view. Close to restaurants and nightlife. It is a great value.