Many people love to travel to Puerto Rico, and it’s not hard to figure out why. The climate is great, the beaches are beautiful, the locals are friendly and the food is delicious. There’s plenty of activities you can do and the water beckons for more great adventures.
But a lot of the fun also has to do with the accommodations. Some places are just nicer than others, and for some hotels nice doesn’t even begin to describe it. If you have a taste for the finer things in life and money is no problem, then here are some of the top luxury hotels to keep in mind when you’re thinking about vacationing in Puerto Rico:
Dorado Beach, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
A stay here on the northern shore of Puerto Rico is paradise on earth, especially for those who want to get away from it all. For some, getting off the property can be a problem, because the setting here in Dorado is designed to make you want to stay forever.
You’ve got a mile of shoreline, you can explore and keep fit by hiking through an 11-mile nature trail, and there are protected lagoons all around. Dads can indulge his golf passion on the impressive 72-hole golf course. Moms can finally relax in a spa treatment under the cover of leaves. The kids can play with other kids in the hi-tech aquatic playground.
You’ve got the exclusive Mi Casa restaurant offering their delectable dishes, while the Positivo Sand Bar and Encanto Beach Club Bar and Grill compete for your attention. And when you rest in your hotel room, you can indulge in your own private plunge or pool rooftop balcony.
Oh, and by the way—just about every guest has remarked about the attentiveness of the staff.
Regis Bahia Beach Resort
This is one of the favorites of the moneyed couples and families, but when you stay here, you’ll know it’s well worth your money. The suites are like nothing you’ve ever seen before, with its beamed ceilings and private terraces. The smallest details are attended to, right to the Internet access and the stylish 300 thread count linens. There’s a huge seaside pool and a golf course as well. Spas and on-site restaurants are also there to pamper and feed you to your heart’s content. That seems to be the mantra of the generous and friendly staff as well.
Hotel El Convento
This may have been a convent once, but now it’s a beautiful hotel that has both old-school charms and modern amenities. The setting may be Old World, but the modern audio visual comforts in the rooms are definitely 21st It’s right smack in the middle of Old San Juan, but when you’re done with your sightseeing you can relax in a Jacuzzi and plunge pool that’s seems right over San Juan Bay. In the afternoons, there are complimentary wines and hors d’oeuvres for you to feast on.