Following the tragedy of Hurricane Maria, 2019 has been a year of promise and revitalization for Puerto Rico. This unincorporated U.S. territory may only measure just 100 miles long, but is bursting with amazing sights, gastronomy, history and a local culture just waiting to welcome visitors.
Debuting a more than $150 million restoration just in time for it’s 70th anniversary, Caribe Hilton was the first Hilton hotel to open outside of the U.S. and was the birthplace of the island’s national drink – the piña colada. Its exclusive oceanfront location offers positively paradise relaxation, yet is close enough to the city to provide easy access to the capital’s bustling social scene.
So for the best well-rounded getaway between food, sun and fun, look no further than Puerto Rico and the ever-iconic Caribe Hilton.