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The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The ultra-luxurious St. Regis boasts top-notch amenities, including a gorgeous spa, a huge free-form pool, an outstanding restaurant, and an exceptional golf course. The rooms are large and decorated with care -- exposed wood beams, big modern bathrooms, and large furnished terraces. It's pretty secluded, at the foot of El Yunque National Forest, which is a plus for some and a minus for others. Also, the beach is not the best in the region, but it's still pleasant and not crowded at all.
Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The grounds of this Waldorf Astoria resort are beautiful, with spectacular fountains and foliage, but sprawling -- so bring your walking shoes. Big rooms have light, airy color schemes, large balconies, and stunning views of the hotel's lush grounds. Each of the 234 rooms is conveniently stocked with free coffee and water, and some even have up-to-date kitchenettes, which provide an alternative to the pricey on-site restaurants. The nearby beach is only accessible by ferry, but large, well-maintained pools come with views of the ocean, and the neighboring El Conquistador Resort's Coqui Water Park, with multiple slides and lazy rivers, is a great option for the family.
W Retreat & Spa - Vieques Island

W Retreat & Spa - Vieques Island Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Situated on the small island of Vieques, this hotel has the modern, funky feel of the W brand with a tropical twist -- it's right on it's own private beach, the lobby and rooms feature bright colors and concrete floors, and the infinity pool overlooking the ocean has a pool bar serving up poolside drinks and meals. A couples-friendly hotel, the W has a nice spa and rooms with sexy open bathrooms. "Free" perks such as an airport lounge and in-room Wi-Fi seem great -- until you get your bill laden with hefty daily resort fees.
Gran Melia Golf Resort Puerto Rico

Gran Melia Golf Resort Puerto Rico Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The sprawling, remote Gran Melia Golf Resort is perched along Coco Beach on the northeastern coast on the island. The 486 rooms are decorated in warm golds and oranges, with simple mahogany furnishings. The lower-level rooms could use a few updates, especially to the bathrooms, where some surfaces are beginning to rust. Although the resort is oceanfront, the beach is somewhat rocky, and some guests plan excursions to visit the nicer beaches on Culebra and Culebrita. One of Gran Melia's strengths is its large, lagoon-style pool with swim-up bar that is a regular hot spot for guests; other facilities of note on-site include a small casino, two 18-hole golf courses, and upscale YHI Spa.
Caribe Hilton San Juan

Caribe Hilton San Juan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The large, 910-room Hilton Caribe mega-resort has a secluded, private man-made beachfront, over 17 acres of tropical gardens, a bird sanctuary, and even the historic Fuerte San Geronimo de Boqueron is on-site (which guests can look at, but not enter). Its peninsula location makes for excellent ocean views, and the large oceanfront pool complex is impressive for the area, with two tiers and a swim-up bar. Rooms are standard Hilton fare, with flat-screen TVs, green accent walls, soft sheets and average bathrooms. However, guests should be aware that the hotel is a popular pre-cruise destination, and at times can be overrun with large crowds of families with children.
El San Juan Resort & Casino

El San Juan Resort & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The vibe at the 382-room El San Juan Hotel & Casino is that of a fun, self-contained, relaxed party. The property features a lively lobby, a sprawling free-form pool with swim-up bar, and a location right on the clean, white-sand Isla Verde Beach. Rooms are stylish and beach-y, with white bedding and furniture, light wood, bright, tropical accents, and modern touches such as clear lamps and chairs. The bathrooms are modern, too, but aren't exactly spotless or spacious. Just make sure you're happy staying put: There's not much to do nearby, and Old San Juan is at least a $20 cab ride away.
InterContinental San Juan Resort & Casino

InterContinental San Juan Resort & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The highlights of this 402-room resort in Isla Verde are the large, low-key beach and inviting pool, which includes Jacuzzis, a rock grotto area with waterfalls, and a swim-up bar. Rooms are chain-like but pleasant enough, with clean white linens, light blue accent walls, and basic shower/tub combos, though there are some signs of wear (the bathroom fixtures in particular could use updating). There are some decent restaurants and bars within walking distance, and Old San Juan is just a short drive away.
Olive Boutique Hotel

Olive Boutique Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 15-room boutique hotel in San Juan was opened by local newlyweds in 2012, and inspired by their travels through Italy, Spain, France, and Morocco. It is already making a name for itself, and the owners are making improvements based on initial guest feedback (such as enclosing the originally open-layout bathrooms for more privacy, and adding verandas). For better views (and more space), guests can head upstairs to the cool rooftop deck with plunge pool for pre- and post-dinner drinks. During the day, most prefer to hit the beach two blocks away. Olive Boutique Hotel appeals to mostly romantics, but business travelers can impress clients here, and may appreciate the free Wi-Fi and easy access to Condado. Free breakfast is served daily.
El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

El Conquistador's reputation tends to precede it. The 984-room cliff-side resort provides some of the most epic views in the Caribbean, and its modern, beach-chic rooms are bright and clean, with plush white bedding, balconies, and sleek, spacious bathrooms. The hotel's beach is pristine and located on a private island (accessibly by a free ferry). But nightly rates are steep, and the remote location makes it hard for guests to venture off-site for cheaper dining and entertainment options. Guests that don't want to spend all of their time on property should consider renting a car.

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Locations

  • Aguadilla
  • Dorado
  • Fajardo
  • Guanica
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Gran Melia
  • Marriott
  • St Regis
  • W
  • Waldorf Astoria
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