The San Juan Water and Beach Club is a boutique hotel located on Isla Verde Beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The hotel offers 80 stylish rooms and suites, all of which feature ocean views. The hotel also has a rooftop pool with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, a fitness center, a business center, and a restaurant and bar.
The San Juan Water and Beach Club is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches of Puerto Rico. The hotel is also close to many of San Juan's attractions, including Old San Juan, the Condado district, and the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.
Puerto Rico is a beautiful island with a rich history and culture. There are many things to see and do on an Exploring Puerto Rico vacation package.
Some of the highlights of an Exploring Puerto Rico vacation package include: • Exploring the historic city of San Juan • Hiking in El Yunque National Forest • Relaxing on one of Puerto Rico's many beautiful beaches • Learning about Puerto Rico's culture and history • Enjoying the local cuisine An Exploring Puerto Rico vacation package is the perfect way to experience all that this amazing island has to offer.
Hiking in El Yunque National Forest
Greetings in San Juan! Arrive at San Juan Water and Beach Club .San Juan Water and Beach Club is an exotic hotel located on the north shore with a spirited and relaxing vibe. Guests can enjoy new-age amenities in a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. The magnificent resort has been offering complimentary full American breakfast. Centrally located in Manati, guests can enjoy plenty of breath-taking beaches within 5 minutes and in 20 minutes you can reach Cueva Ventana, a popular Puerto Rican attraction. With beaches a highlight in Puerto Rico, after check-in Guests can look to relax at Mar Chiquita Beach, Los Tubos Beach, and others on the first day in Puerto Rico. Be aware of the fact there are strong currents on the north shore of Puerto Rico, so swim with caution.
Day 2 of our 6-day itinerary in Puerto Rico itinerary is really fun! Let’s head towards the beach and later guests can enjoy the San Juan Guided Snorkel Tour. They will first receive a lesson from a professional diver and enjoy a hassle-free snorkeling experience with all the equipment you need. You can choose to swim through the tropical waters off Guaynabo and watch the exquisitely-colored tropical fish, sea turtles, and other marine animals. Guests love to revisit the experience with a GoPro video of your snorkeling excursion included in the tour cost.
On the Day 3, venture out to uncover the wonders that are located just outside your luxurious hotel. Guests can choose to spend some time in Old San Juan that is the heart and soul of the Puerto Rican island. Founded in the year 1521, the city has been a melting pot of Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, Taíno, and Anglo influences in its history, architecture, music, and gastronomy. The entire area is a well-known UNESCO World Heritage Site, with plenty of restored 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colonial buildings. After taking the tour of Old San Juan, you can dine, shop, or even look to stay in some of these beautiful old structures. One of the main attraction in Old San Juan, and it's a top tourist destination in Puerto Rico are the two forts: El Morro Fort (Fuertes San Felipe del Morro) and Castillo de San Cristobel. Stroll through the well-kept grounds of this national park & fort and just imagine as to what life would have been like here nearly 500 years ago. Discover the dark dungeons, steep walkways, ramps, and tunnels, much of it built in the mid to late 1800s.
It’s the Day 4 of the itinerary, we suggest the guests to explore the tropical rainforest of El Yunque and see-off the day with relaxing. The high adrenaline activities of hiking and swimming in the jungle may wear you out a little, but you’ll recover just fine for the next day’s activities. There are several waterfalls along your drive in El Yunque to stop at and enjoy the splashing water coming at a very high speed. For the best rainforest experience, plan to hike through the rainforest to La Mina Falls, it’s a fairly simple trail and it’s amazingly beautiful. Guests will love jumping into the splash pool of a waterfall amidst natural surroundings in a tropical rainforest.
For the day 5 of our Puerto Rico itinerary, guests can look to bike around San Juan and enjoy the beautiful city from end to end. Biking is a great way to explore San Juan, and in fact it's actually the best city you have ever biked in as it has lots of designated, marked bike paths both alongside and apart from traffic. Commencing at Condado Beach, rent bikes and make your way towards the west direction, going with the flow of traffic until you’re on the Parkside bike paths. Make pit-stops at San Cristobal and El Morro before riding through the Paseo de la Princesa and passing by the Harbor docks. As you come back to the lagoon side, visit the MADMi museum and Jaime Benitez Lagoon Park before you return your bikes.
It's time to embrace Puerto Rican culture fully and have an immersive day of fun and learning in Old San Juan. The "walled city" is a must stop for every first-time visitor (and most repeat visitors as well). Explore 500-year old Spanish forts like the Castillo San Felipe del Morro; visit historic museums like Casa Blanca Museum, a mansion built in the 1500s for Juan Ponce de León; and stop at landmarks like the Gate of San Juan and La Rogativa for the perfect photo op. Learn all about the Island's history and conquistadors by stopping at some important places like El Cuartel de Ballajá, where you'll find the Museo de Las Américas and specialty gourmet coffee shop Don Ruiz. You can also book guided tours or explore on your own. Be sure to make time to browse some of the small shops and galleries in the city, people-watch at one of the plazas, and cool off with a snowcone from a piragua cart or a popsicle from Señor Paleta.
On Day 7 of the itinerary, plan for visiting the Museum of Art Puerto Rico, which is one of the important museums in Puerto Rico, that's spread out across two buildings, one historical and one modern. It's one of the top cultural things to do in San Juan and Visitors can access the permanent and temporary collections that are showcased in 24 different halls throughout the 130,000-square-foot museum. The Cathedral of San Juan is famous for being the final resting place of Ponce de Leon, the Spaniard who undertook the quest for the Fountain of Youth and one of the most important religious sites in Puerto Rico. It's in fact the second oldest structure in the Western Hemisphere and inside the stained-glass windows glow as brightly, if not more so, than the day they were created.
Stuff some exclusive souvenirs of San Juan, Puerto Rico into your suitcase and head for the airport. Scroll through the beautiful memories captured in the pictures of your trip on your way back home, never forgetting the incredible experiences you had in San Juan.
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