Four-Night Puerto Rico Vacation
The trip includes:
- Round-trip airfare from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU)
- Four-night stay in a traditional room at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
Additional gateways are available.
Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino
Puerto Rico’s capital city, San Juan, sits on a pristine bay off the Atlantic Ocean. The coastline is peppered with white-sand beaches; inland you’ll find blue cobblestone streets lined with colonial architecture as well as colorful modern buildings. The Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino is a AAA Four Diamond–rated hotel in the heart of the city’s Convention Center District, conveniently located for exploring nearby beaches, Condado, and Old San Juan. A sleek infinity pool located on the fourth floor overlooks the sparkling bay and offers a glimpse of the ocean as well. Outfitted with cushy cabanas, a jacuzzi, and drink service, it’s a great spot to soak up the coastal landscape.
The massive, glass-fronted hotel contains a number of top-rate entertainment facilities, including the island’s largest casino. With 448 slots and 16 table games, Casino Metro keeps gamers busy 24 hours a day. You’ll also find two restaurants and live entertainment several nights a week. Dining options include Choices restaurant, where chefs craft modern cuisine such as pan-seared mahi in a mango-saffron emulsion. Alternatively, you can enjoy cocktails and tapas at the low-lit District Bar.
Each of the hotel’s guest rooms boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, 40-inch flat screen TVs, and bold orange accents. At Zen Spa Retreat, guests can indulge in a range of body treatments and massages or unwind in the tearoom.
San Juan, Puerto Rico: Cosmopolitan City with Rich Spanish Heritage and Excellent Surfing and Fishing
Located along the northeastern coast of Puerto Rico, San Juan is a city of superlatives: it’s the largest city on the island, one of the oldest colonial cities in the western hemisphere, and it operates one of the busiest seaports in the world. Though San Juan is certainly modern, it preserves quite a bit of its Spanish heritage.
At the mouth of the San Juan Bay, you'll find the blue cobblestone streets of Old San Juan, which are lined with museums, churches, and military forts dating back to the 16th century. The San Juan National Historic Site—located 3 miles northeast of the hotel—features old but well-preserved buildings such as El Morro, a castle-like fortress built to defend the city from seaborne enemies and serve as a party house whenever the mayor went out of town.
Strong waves and constant winds keep windsurfers and kiteboarders busy in San Juan, and sailboats ring the marinas year-round. But the island might be best known for its deep-sea fishing. Numerous charter boats can take you out to fish for tarpon, blue marlin, and mahi-mahi.
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