New hotels that will set a trend in Puerto Rico
Luxurious resorts in paradisiacal places, colonial hotels located in the colorful urabano town of San Juan and modern venues for events, are some of the scheduled openings on the island
Puerto Rico goes through its best moment in tourism. Between January and April 2019, more than 1.67 million passengers landed at the airports of San Juan, Ponce and Aguadilla, achieving the largest number of visitors in the history of the island. Hotel demand also grows by leaps and bounds, and with new openings that will set the trend, 2020 will be another record year.
Nature, luxury and lots of action
Among those who have just reopened its doors, is the Coco Beach Resort, located in Rio Grande, formerly known as the Gran Melía Hotel. This new family resort, now operated by Hyatt, is surrounded by reef-protected beaches and the El Yunque national rainforest. It has 578 rooms, 93 suites, three swimming pools, a spa, five restaurants and, for golf lovers, two courses designed by the famous golfer Tom Kite. Likewise, the Dreams Resort and Spa, located in the coastal city of Guanica With 250 luxurious rooms, it will be operational next October. Ideal for groups of adventurers who want more interaction with nature, because this resort is minutes from the Guánica State Forest. Protected by UNESCO, it houses a variety of exotic birds, flora and fanua, as well as limestone caves and pristine beaches with incredible landscapes. The hotel is also very close to the island of Gilligan, a destination surrounded by crystal clear waters; The perfect place for snorkeling and diving.
For those more city dwellers, who are looking for nightlife and more action, the ALOFT hotel, with 175 loft rooms, will be available the first months of 2020. Located in the convention center of the San Juan District, in the heart of entertainment.
The prestigious Waldorf Astoria brand also set its sights on the island and will open the doors of its El Conquistador resort in May 2020. The complex has its own private island, where the Coquí Water Park is located with its exciting falls in chopped, fast slides and an incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean. The perfect place to practice kayaking, rowing and snorkeling.
They are not far behind, the Ritz Carlton San Juan and the Four Seassons Cayo Largo, scheduled to surprise their guests during the second half of 2020 with luxurious facilities and a range of services that promise unforgettable experiences.
There is no doubt that Puerto Rico sets a trend in tourism. These openings are just the beginning of a destination that is reinvented day by day.