You won’t have any trouble finding things to do in Puerto Rico. But you might have trouble figuring out how to fit everything in. From quaint Old San Juan to lush El Yunque Rainforest to cultural museums and galleries – there’s something for everyone here.
Within the resort you’ll find a secluded, spotless beach looking out to a pier with turquoise ocean waves lapping at the shore. Relax in one of our hammocks on the beach or play with your little ones in the oceanfront pool complex. Stroll along the beach to soak up some tropical sunshine, or head round to the other side of the resort to visit the 17th century San Geronimo Fort.
San Juan was founded in 1521 and in the 20th century the city expanded beyond Old San Juan to incorporate Miramar, Santurce, Condado and more. Old San Juan is the heart and soul of the island with a melting pot of Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, Taíno and Anglo influences in its history, architecture, music and gastronomy.
Condado is a swanky strip of beach on the northern edge of San Juan, full of trendy nightspots, clubs, bars, casinos, shops and contemporary restaurants. Less historical and more touristy than Old San Juan, Condado is the place to be if you want to party, shop and dine.
Paseo Caribe is a waterfront retail and residential complex serving as a lively entertainment center steps away from the resort, with multiple restaurants, bars, boutiques and globally renowned stores.
Check out the San Juan Philharmonic Chorale when you visit Puerto Rico. This critically acclaimed group has collaborated with world-renowned conductors and musicians. Or take in one of Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra’s 76 ground-breaking performances in their 48-week season. In February and March, soak up international performances at the annual Casals Festival.
Alongside the San Geronimo Fort next to the hotel, discover El Morro in Old San Juan, an impressive structure with 140ft walls, said to be the oldest Spanish fort in the New World. Tour Casa Blanca and La Fortaleza – historic mansions and residences dating back to the 16th century.
Watch tropical fish, giant turtles and dolphins on a kayaking, canoeing or catamaran tour. Take a breathtaking journey into Angels Cave, an underground cave with natural pools and calcite formations. Join a snorkeling tour to Gilligan’s Island or hike into the spectacular El Yunque Rainforest. Get the adrenalin pumping at Toro Verde, on the record-breaking zipline above the rainforest.
Stroll through Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, one of the most celebrated art museums in the Caribbean, or Museo de Arte Contemporaneo to view some avant-garde artworks. Galeria Nacional is a former 16th century convent, now an art gallery featuring work from Puerto Rican artists from the 18th century onwards. Perfect for book lovers, Casa del Libro has an impressive collection of more than 5000 manuscripts and texts.
From high-end boutiques to bargain outlets, San Juan is a shopper’s paradise. Visit the Mall of San Juan, a premier shopping destination featuring Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom or Plaza Las Americas, the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean. Enjoy some high-street shopping at Puerto Rico Premium Outlets, featuring Michael Kors, Nike, Gap and more. Bargain-hunting heaven awaits at Route 66, with brands including Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein and Kenneth Cole on offer.
Find your way to the beach, pools, spa or on-site restaurants with our interactive resort map.