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Add elegance and comfort to your next getaway with a stay at San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. Whether you wish to explore the city or spend time on Condado beach, our hotel offers easy access to both destinations. Attend a conference at the Puerto Rico Convention Center and explore the lively culture of Old San Juan. Enjoy the sunshine by our scenic pool surrounded by swaying palm trees, artistic features and a waterslide. At night you can live it up at our pool bar, on-site casino or one of our bars. From international fare to American dishes, our restaurants will surely have something to tempt your taste buds.
Buzzing Condado area, less than a kilometer from the beach and Puerto Rico Museum of Art. Historic Old San Juan attractions like El Morro and San Juan Bautista Cathedral are less than a 12-minute drive away. Enjoy our tropical courtyard, sparkling outdoor pool, and modern spa.
Prepare to experience paradise wrapped in the Margaritaville lifestyle at Margaritaville Vacation Club at Wyndham Rio Mar. This delightful tropical escape — tucked between verdant rainforest and golden sands — is located on the grounds of the stunning Wyndham Grand® Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa. Just 30 miles outside historic Old San Juan, this fabulous resort is your perfect hideaway filled with stimulating activities … and plenty of not-so-active pursuits.
Entertainment or Unique Tours:
Old San Juan,
El Yunque National Forest,
Vieques and Bioluminescent Bay,
Surfing and whale watching at Rincon,
Rio Camuy Caves,
Ponce's Historic City Center,
Seven Seas Beach
Puerto Rico shopping ranges from local handmade product stores to high end luxurious malls. Here are the shopping options
1.Plaza Las Américas
2.The Outlet Mall at Route 66,Canóvanas
3.Barceloneta Premium Outlets,Barceloneta
- The San Juanhistoric buildings of Old San Juan are filled with jewelry stores and resident artisans selling unique handicrafts, while the Condado district offers luxury brands, upscale boutiques, and a variety of dining options. Santurce is an epicenter of local designers and one-of-a-kind treasures. Initiatives such as El Mercado Libre, an alternative shopping center, and a pop-up market called Santurce Pop provide a space for collaboration among our independent artists and merchants.
Puerto Rico’s musical taste springs from the Taino people. Their music borrows the Caribbean tune that was played on handmade instruments such as the mayohuacán, a wooden slit drum.
The guiro is another traditional Puerto Rican instrument played by the Taino people. It is a percussive instrument made from a hollowed gourd.
Other music traditions reached Puerto through interaction with Spanish and African cultures.
These new inhabitants came in with varied instruments, like guitars with varying levels of strings. Puerto Rican Cuatro, which has 10 strings! is the most iconic amongst all the musical equipment.
Lime & Dine:
Puerto Rico's national dish clearly has a Caribbean influence, like some of the other food made in the area, but the Puerto Ricans have made arroz con gandules their own with their incredibly delectable sofrito sauce.
Beautiful beaches of Puerto Rico
. Playa Flamenco Beach
. Sun Bay Beach
. Luquillo Beach
. Playa Crash Beach
. Playa Sucia Beach
. Condado Beach
. Tortuga Beach
. Gelee Beach
. Grann Do Beach
Amazing island of Puerto Rico has lot of activities
- Jet Boating
- Jet Skiing
- Scuba diving
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Bike & Scooter Rentals:
Many options available in the city along with tour maps
Taxicabs may be hailed anywhere, but there are areas where it’s better to call the cab company to arrange a ride rather than waiting for one to pass by.
Uber is also available in Puerto Rico
Public transportation is available throughout the San Juan metro area.
Also, a light rail line (Tren Urbano) connects three municipalities (San Juan, Guaynabo, and Bayamón).
Accessibility of San Juan is 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating
Puerto Rico island has its own airport, Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. Most airlines from the USA, Canada fly here.
By sea the island is connected to the Dominican Republic and Virgin Islands by ferry.
About the Island
Capital: San Juan City
Population: 3.194 Million inhabitants
Religion: They are overwhelmingly Christians.
Language: Spanish and English
Currency: United States Dollar ($).
Puerto Rico takes great pride in its history. The Taino, were the first group to settle there, an indigenous group that occupied the island 1,000 years before the Spanish arrived.
From his second voyage into America around1493, Christopher Columbus landed at Puerto Rico and claimed it for Spain. He named the island San Juan Bautista, which was then switched to Puerto Rico, meaning the 'rich port', and San Juan became the capital city.
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