Puerto Rico Tourism News

Moczo steps up to lead Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

Moczo steps up to lead Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

28 July 2017 Hotel News Spa News

International Hospitality Enterprises has appointed Andrea Moczo as spa director for the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel. Located on prime beachfront in the chic Condado District of San Juan, the hotel reopened in 2014 following a $200 million renovation to unveil a spa sanctuary boasting Puerto Rico’s first and only Hammam.

Meliá Coco Beach coming to Puerto Rico

Meliá Coco Beach coming to Puerto Rico

14 July 2017 Hotel News

Meliá Hotels & Resorts has announced that its Puerto Rico retreat will be rebranded as Meliá Coco Beach. Previously part of the Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts family, the resort will undergo renovations throughout 2017 to transition to a different brand within the Meliá Hotels International portfolio.

AC Hotel by Marriott breaks ground in San Juan, Puerto Rico

AC Hotel by Marriott breaks ground in San Juan, Puerto Rico

5 July 2016 Hotel News

The ground-breaking ceremony for the first AC Hotel by Marriott in San Juan took place earlier at 1369 Ashford Avenue, a privileged location within the active and progressive Condado Area. Ashford 1369 Hospitality, an affiliate of Interlink, acquired the former Radisson Ambassador Plaza & Casino. A comprehensive renovation of the property will take place to convert it into the sophisticated and contemporary Marriott International brand.

Puerto Rico prepares UK advertising campaign with agent party

Puerto Rico prepares UK advertising campaign with agent party

31 May 2012 Press Release Travel Events News

To launch its Puerto Rican Salsa season, the eastern Caribbean Island of Puerto Rico will be inviting agents to join in the action with a party at Floridita in London’s west end. The event will launch a national advertising campaign by the tourism authority, which is looking to raise the profile of Puerto Rico to the UK market.

Puerto Rico celebrates arrival of The Rum Diary

The latest Johnny Depp film, The Rum Diary, shot entirely in Puerto Rico over 49 days, generated nearly $20 million in economic activity on the island, 200 direct jobs and more than 6,000 hotel room nights. Johnny Depp also had high praise for the island and brought his wife, Vanessa Paradis, and children to Puerto Rico during filming, confirming its identity as a celebrity hotspot.