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Puerto Rico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 80
Total Sleeping Rooms 14,300
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 984
Committable Meeting Rooms* 28
Largest Exhibit Space 1,643,052 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 425,020 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $175
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $97
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $210
*Maximum for a single hotel

Puerto Rico Things to Do and Attractions

Fuerte San Felipe de Morro and Fuerte San Cristobal

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Regarded as two of Old San Juan's most popular attractions, the historic forts Fuerte San Felipe de Morro and Fuerte San Cristobal were constructed by the Spaniards to protect the island from invasions. Specifically, the Fuerte San Felipe de Morro

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Old San Juan

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Historic Old San Juan is known for its narrow cobblestone streets, historic buildings and centuries-old fortresses standing guard over the Atlantic Ocean. The best way to tour the historic district is by foot, exploring both alleys and main roads to

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Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

Operating as a legacy to the people of Puerto Rico, the 130,000-square-foot Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico features Puerto Rican art dating from the 17th century through the present. One of the largest museums in the Caribbean, the Museo de Arte de

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Rio Camuy Cave Park

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Located in Camuy, the Rio Camuy Cave Park is one of the largest cave systems in the Western Hemisphere. Visitors can board a trolley to tour a portion of the park that contains two caves and three sinkholes, including the 400-foot-deep Tres Pueblos

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El Yunque National Forest

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Puerto Rico is home to the 28,000-acre El Yunque National Forest, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System. Most of the rainforest's grounds are covered by the Luquillo Mountains, topped by the 3,526-foot-tall El Yunque peak,

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Al Dente Ristorante

Al Dente is known for its authentic Italian cuisine, fresh pasta and innovative recipes. Situated in a historic building in Old San Juan, the decor of this charming restaurant will transport you to Palermo, native city of chef / owner Giancarlo

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Barrachina Restaurant

The creator of the famous Pina Colada. Serves delicious Caribbean and Puerto Rican dishes. Private dining seats 20 salon, 75 salon, 48-50 terrace, 30 salon, for a total of 175.

Budatai

Budatai is located in the Condado area of San Juan in a 5,000-square-foot, 2-story art deco townhouse. It sits atop the most exclusive collection of designer boutiques in the Caribbean. Budatai features a blend of Asian inspired food with hints of

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Casa Lola Criollo Kitchen

¡Bienvenido! Welcome to Casa Lola, San Juan – Puerto Rico's big, beautiful "New House on the Block." Join Chef Roberto Trevino at his newest haunt in Condado West. Chef's menu features a flavor palette based on his vision of Criollo cuisine, the

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Cafe La Princesa

Located in Old San Juan, Cafe La Princesa is the only outdoor cafe with the cosmopolitan twist of a world capital. It’s a haven away from the busy, narrow streets of the old city; a place with the perfect balance between the history of the great

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LAUREL Kitchen Art Bar

Art Bar is Chef Mario Pagan's new restaurant at the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico in San Juan. LAUREL is the new showcase of his "Nuevo Caribe Cuisine". This new concept is possible due to the plethora of local fresh ingredients that are available

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Lemongrass

Pan Asian Latino, a favorite destination for many, has been named one of the best restaurants of the world by Food & Wine, Gourmet, and Travel and Leisure magazines. Local Owner/Chef Mario Pagan.

Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar

Marmalade is a contemporary-creative-unique style restaurant that serves California-French or Napa Valley-style food, where diners can partake of 15 different wines by the glass. The chef changes the menu regularly, using only seasonal ingredients.

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Puerto Rico's Cafe Colao

Puerto Rico's Cafe Colao is a place where the occasional and the regular coffee drinkers can taste many grains of the special coffee from Puerto Rico. In our boutique atmosphere locale, our visitors will have the opportunity to learn the history,

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Rosalia International Cuisine & Tapas

Rosalía International Cuisine & Tapas, a new restaurant in Punta Las Marias, SJ, where you can enjoy a great dinner, wine selection and delicious desserts in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere with excellent service. We offer free valet parking and a

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Arecibo Observatory

Nestled in the tranquil mountains of northern Puerto Rico sits the behemoth Arecibo telescope, the world's largest radio telescope. With a diameter of 1,000 feet and a coverage of 20 acres, the telescope is also noted by many for its appearance in

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Botanical Gardens

The San Juan Botanical Garden, also known as the Botanical Garden of the University of Puerto Rico, is located in San Juan. This lush 300-acre (1.2 square kilometers) “urban garden” of native and exotic flora serves as a laboratory for the study,

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Cabo Rojo Salt Flats & Los Morrillos Lighthouse

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The salt flats are positioned in the Atlantic flyway of Cabo Rojo and are a vital nesting ground and feeding area for no fewer than 118 bird species. The coastline, mangroves, sea grass beds, and offshore coral reefs next to the area, are prime fish

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Caguana Ceremonial Park

Located in Utuado near the center of Puerto Rico, the mysterious 13-acre Caguana Ceremonial Park is home to numerous bateyes, or courts, of a ceremonial ballgame played by the Taino Indians. Believed to be built around 1270, Caguana is considered one

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Casa Bacardi Distillery

As the world's largest rum distillery, located in the world capital of rum, Puerto Rico's Casa Bacardi processes 100,000 gallons of rum each day. Located in Catano, just across San Juan Bay from Old San Juan, the distillery features a 45-minute

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Castillo Serralles and more

The Serralles Castle is a mansion located in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico, overlooking the downtown area. It was built during the 1930s for Juan Eugenio Serralles, son of businessman Juan Serralles, founder of Destileria Serralles. Nowadays, the

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Culebra Wildlife Nature Refuge

The Culebra Refuge, which comprises about 1,480 acres, includes 23 islands and rocks in addition to the four tracts on the main island of Culebra. The refuge is well known as a nesting site for a variety of seabirds and preserves important habitat

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Guanica Dry Forest

In the southwestern area of Puerto Rico you will find this subtropical dry forest. The area was designated as a forest reserve in 1919 and a United Nations Biosphere Reserve in 1981. It is considered the best preserved, subtropical forest and the

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La Casa Blanca

Built in 1521, La Casa Blanca is not only one of San Juan's oldest remaining structures, but also the former residence of the descendants of Juan Ponce de Leon, the first governor of Puerto Rico. Contrary to popular belief, the governor never lived

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La Fortaleza

La Fortaleza (The Fortress) is the current official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. It was built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan and is the oldest continuously inhabited executive mansion in the Western Hemisphere.

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Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve

The area’s ecotour is one of the island’s best nature experiences, the gorgeous Fajardo lighthouse crowns this nature reserve. This lighthouse was constructed in 1880 and was officially lit on May 2, 1882. The 316-acre (128 hectares) reserve includes

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Hacienda Buena Vista

Located just a few miles from Ponce, the 87-acre Hacienda Buena Vista, built in 1833, is a working plantation that transports visitors back to 19th century Puerto Rico. A successful producer of cacao, corn, plantains, yams, pineapples, coffee and

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Museum of Art of Puerto Rico

The MAPR promotes knowledge and appreciation of Puerto Rico’s visual arts from the 17th century to the present. Its 130,000 square feet of facilities combine a neoclassical structure dating from the 1920s with a state-of-the-art modern building, set

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Pinones Forest

The Pinones State Forest is an ecological timberland forest jungle 7 yards from one of the longest beaches in Puerto Rico. Its six-mile boardwalk is perfect for walking or biking through a mangrove forest while enjoying local flora and fauna. Home of

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Ponce Museum of Art

Located in Ponce, the Ponce Museum of Art features a collection of more than 3,000 pieces dating from the 14th through 20th centuries. Opened in 1965, the Ponce Museum of Art was designed by renowned architect Edward Durrell Stone, who also designed

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San Juan Historical Site

Puerto Rico’s geographic position at the western edge of the Caribbean made San Juan one of the key frontier outposts of Spain’s West Indies dominions. San Juan National Historic Site includes Castillo San Cristobal, Castillo San Felipe del Morro,

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