Activities

When it's time to play, you'll find plenty of beach activities - including water sports, tennis, aerobics or a swim in a beachfront fantasy pool. Or take in the excitement of our glittering El San Juan Casino that never sleeps and try your luck with the slots, blackjack, baccarat and poker. If you're ready to explore, the unique shopping, sights, cuisine and sizzling nightlife of Old San Juan are just minutes away. If you feel
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Yamato
Meat Market
Galeria Pizza & Trattoria

 
like a sampling of local nightlife or activities, just let us know. We'll be happy to help with tickets, tee times, tours, reservations or recommendations. We're here to make your visit as entertaining and enjoyable as possible!

 

Puerto Rico Facts

Climate- Year-round tropical 82'F avg. temp. Customs- No passport required for U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents of the U.S. Electricity- U.S. Standard, Currency- U.S. dollar

 

Travel Times

  • Atlanta 2hrs. 45 min.
  • Baltimore 3hrs. 10 min.
  • Boston 4hrs.
  • Chicago 4hrs. 30 min.
  • Dallas 4hrs. 45 min.
  • Miami 2hrs. 15 min.
  • New York 3hrs. 45 min.
  • Orlando 2hrs. 35 min.

 

 

El Morro Fortress

501 Nozagaray Street,

San Juan, PR

United States

Phone 1: 787-729-6777

Fuerte San Felipe Del Morro, commonly known as "El Morro", is a widely known landmark of Puerto Rico and its picture is often used in travel advertisements. El Morro owes its history and architecture to the Spaniards who began building it in 1539. It suffered attacks from Sir Francis Drake in the 1500's and the Dutch fleet in 1625. El Morro also came into play in 1898 during the Spanish - American War. The fort was in use as lately as World War II when the U.S. added an annex to the fort for military purposes. Today its historical significance has been sealed by its designation as a World Heritage Site and is also a U.S. National Park Site coming under the U.S. National Park Service. The fort is open 9:00am to 5:00pm from June to November and 9:00am to 6:00pm from December through May. Admissison is around $2.00. Directions: From Luis Munoz Marin Airport, take Rd. 26 to Rd. 25 through Old San Juan. Then right onto Nozagaray Street which leads directly to El Morro

 

El Yunque

http://www.elyunque.com

 

Old San Juan

Old San Juan is the second oldest city in the Americas. Its small alley-ways are home to neat little shops and restaurants. The Spanish colonial architecture and cobble stone streets make you feel like you have taken a trip into the past. The hanging balconies and architecture remind me of Cuba, even though I have never visited Cub

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