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Puerto Rico hotels

Hotels in Puerto Rico offer options for every kind of traveler, from the weekend partyer to the family vacationer to the romantic couple looking for downtime. A recent flurry of renovations has brought many hotels in Puerto Rico up to a new level of spit and polish, not to mention style. One thing Puerto Ricans understand is clean, colorful, modern design; hotels here are downright chic, from the lobby to the pool to the decor of the guest rooms. Some downsides? Service on Puerto Rico is a bust. Expect to ask for ice and never receive it, to come back to your room and find the bed not yet made. Everyone is kind and courteous, but too overworked or undertrained to provide consistent help. If service is a real priority for you, book into the Ritz-Carlton or the Copamarina. On-site restaurants at the large resorts in Puerto Rico can also be lackluster. The offerings almost always feature 1) a "New York–style" steak house and 2) a generic Japanese sushi/noodle bar. Unless you're staying at La Concha, Numero Uno, Gran Meliá, or Villa Montana, book all your special meals at any of the terrific stand-alone restaurants in San Juan.

In Puerto Rico, hotels are mostly located in the Old San Juan neighborhood of the capital San Juan. You'll also find beach resorts in San Juan, out in the neighborhoods of Condado and Isla Verde. Puerto Rico's calmer, larger golf-and-beach resort options (like the Gran Meliá, El Conquistador, and the Wyndham Rio Mar) lie about an hour's drive east of the city. Much smaller, individually owned, sand-centric resorts can be found on the western side of the island in surfer-cool Rincón (the Horned Dorset) and Isabela (Villa Montaña), and to the south along the Caribbean Sea (the Copamarina).

Similar escapes from stress can be found on the tiny islands of Vieques and Culebra, a puddle-jumper flight east of Puerto Rico. Boho-glam Vieques is growing in popularity, as the vanguard Hix Island House and the W Retreat & Spa attest. Scene-averse travelers prefer Culebra, whose calling cards are its phenomenal deserted beaches like Flamingo, and its eclectic, tiny, casual hotels, like Club Seabourne.

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The Cervantes, San Juan

Puerto Rico's best-known fashion designer, Nono Maldonado, has turned his exacting attention to this 12-suite boutique hotel in the heart of Old San Juan. The...more

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San Juan Water + Beach Club Hotel, San Juan

Set on the beach in posh Isla Verde, this boutique hotel gets feverish press for its imaginative design elements—glass-enclosed waterfalls in the...more

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La Concha, a Renaissance Resort, San Juan

This midcentury modern masterpiece presided over Condado's rise to tourism fame in the 1950s, and it's been the star of this beach strip ever since. Retro...more

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Inn on the Blue Horizon, Vieques

When it first opened in 1996, this plantation-style inn was really just a trio of rooms set in a hilltop villa. Today, owner James Weis has almost...more

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Hix Island House, Vieques

The architecturally dramatic Hix Island House rises high above the Caribbean in the hills of Vieques. The modernist 13-room concrete compound was designed by...more

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Gallery Inn, San Juan

This place is for the birds—literally. You're greeted in the lobby by Campeche, a cockatoo who proffers a business card identifying him as the hotel's...more

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Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa, Guánica

The Copamarina Beach Resort is about substance over sex appeal. Known island-wide as a "classic," this is where well-off Puerto Ricans spend their vacations....more

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Club Seabourne, Culebra

Nearly hidden among tropical foliage, this sanctuary of nine butter-yellow cottages sits high on stilts over Culebra's Fuldoza Bay, the better to enjoy views of...more

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Caribe Hilton, San Juan

This 1949 landmark just outside Old San Juan has 814 rooms done up with contemporary Caribbean flair. The hotel is divided into three different wings, each...more

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Numero Uno Guest House, San Juan

Numero Uno, one of a handful of beachfront guesthouses in San Juan, feels like a stylish friend's beach house. The three-story 1940s structure has only 14 guest...more

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