Eat, Stay, Do | Puerto Rico


Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar

Try the popular tasting menu at this chic and modern lounge bar and restaurant in Old San Juan. Build your own six courses with pairings from the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence wine list or order a la carte from a Californian/French-style menu. For the sweet-toothed sample the Millionaire's Ice Cream - creamy vanilla scoops with truffles on top- delicious.


A luxurious shell-shaped restaurant with a gorgeous view and an equally as appealing menu. Serving fine American seafood in an open and intriguing setting, filling up at this well-designed eatery at the Concha hotel is one for the bucket-list.

1919 Restaurant

An upscale and very elegant San Juan restaurant at the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel. Offering new American cuisine and exceptional ocean views. Popular for its four-course $80 tasting menu with fair portions, including ricotta ravioli, lobster salad, tuna tartar and a selection of flavourful desserts.


A favourite with locals, this world-class restaurant serves classic Puerto rican dishes like Croquetas, Morcilla and our recommendation for a true taste of the island- crisp whole Red Snapper cilantro and pineapple chimichurri served with tostones ( fried plantains). Enjoy. 


A modern mansion on the beach, this trendy venue invites you to turn 'ordinary nights into those of sultry excitement and luxury' - and that's exactly what it does. Sample the tasty and reasonably-priced Caribbean fare and enjoy a gorgeous panoramic view. 

El Nuevo Acuario (Loiza)

You'll find fantastic seafood at this welcoming Spanish eatery in Loiza. Top-notch food, friendly staff and a buzzing atmosphere makes for the perfect casual lunch or dinner in Puerto Rico.

Patio Del Nispero

Dine on delicious Puerto Rican dishes for lunch and dinner at this pretty, tropical courtyard restaurant In the El Convento hotel. A great place to linger, relax and sip on a Pina Colada after a day of exploring.


Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

A luxury resort in Farjardo offering two Puerto Rican on-site restaurants, access to a private Island and beach, a gym, a large pool and spacious, Caribbean-inspired rooms offering ocean/garden views.

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico

A former coconut plantation in northeastern Puerto Rico, this resort boasts luxurious amenities, including a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course, a huge seaside pool and 2 miles of pristine, private beach. Indulge at the 10,000-square-foot Remède Spa or hike through the 483 acre property, surrounded by gigantic tropical palms. A stay at this impeccable hotel will set you back a few but you certainly get what you pay for.

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Tropical Treehouse

Relive your childhood and stay high in the treetops at this incredible tree house in the lush hills of Rincon. Choose from two suites, the Sunset hooch ($135/ night),and the new Buddha hooch ($160/night). Both are totally self-sufficient treehouses- with solar hot water, a shower, kitchenette, flush toilet, and a queen size bed in the penthouse suite. Both offer spectacular views and a one-of-a-kind experience.

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The W Retreat & Spa Vieques Island

This flashy hotel, set on the striking, Vieques island, just off the coast of Puerto Rico encourages its guests to indulge in the surrounding clear waters, immacualte tennis courts and on-site replenishing spa treatments. Foodies can feast on authentic Caribbean cuisine at one of the high-end restaurants, WET and Sorce, before retiring to sumptuous 350-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens. 


Old San Juan

A colourful colonial town, and perhaps one of the most enchanting in the whole of the Caribbean. Old San Juan's narrow, cobblestone-lined streets are peppered with the remains of century-old history, intriguing restaurants and lively plazas. Sample Peurto Rican delicacies on 'Restaurant Row', stumble upon an old fort or browse the many art galleries filled with impressive works from local artists.

Flamenco Beach

Spend the day on this famous sun-dappled stretch of sand. Take the hour-long passenger ferry to Culebra, an island 20Km off the coast of Puerto Rico. Free from crowds, swanky resorts and restaurants, you'll feel like a carefree local on this highly-regarded, picture-perfect shoreline.

El Yunque National Rainforest

A hikers paradise- this tropical rainforest offers lush waterfalls, giant tabonuco trees, and gorgeous scenery.With 13 well-marked hiking trails, including La Mina falls & Big Tree Trail, one day at this stunning nature park isn't enough.

Castillo de San Cristóbal

Roam the 27 acres of this once majestic and significant defensive fort in Old San Juan. Not as popular as El Morro, but with superb seaside views and an intriguing historical past- it's well worth a visit.


Bioluminescent Mosquito Bay

Experience the glowing blue waters at Mosquito Bay in south Vieques beach. Witnessing micro-organisms shimmer collectively, creating this magical sight is a first-rate experience for travelers looking for something out of the ordinary.

 Río Camuy Cave Park

A 268-acre park containing one of the world's largest  cave networks.  Take a 2-hour long guided tour through 180-foot high Cueva Clara, full of stalactites and stalagmites and unusual wildlife.

Surf in Rincón

Ride waves like a pro at Sandy Beach in the well-known surf-spot, Rincon. If you're not a watersports enthusiast, this charming surfer-town is also famous for its glorious sunsets.

Cueva Ventana

A must-do when in Puerto Rico, Cueva Ventana, meaning 'window cave' is an impressive cave set in a limestone cliff offering breath-taking panoramic views of the Rio Grande de Arecibo Valley below.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro

Known as 'El Morro' this 16th Century offers dramatic views, a captivating history and great photo ops.

La Cueva del Indio

Once a dwelling for the indigenous people, take a boat tour through the this popular, electrically-lit underground cave. Afterwards enjoy the views at a peaceful, secluded beach nearby.