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Puerto Rico has a rich history, pristine white-sand beaches and forested mountains, and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Puerto Rico is made up of several islands and keys. This group of Caribbean islands has been a territory of the U.S. since 1898 and is just a 2-hour flight from Miami. But you’ll feel like you’re a world away as you come to discover the islands' blend of Caribbean, African and Spanish cultures. Just about the only reminder that you’re on U.S. soil is that you can use the American dollar.
Puerto Rico Island is the largest island and the main hub. Explore its fascinating cultural and indigenous past in the Old San Juan district in San Juan, the capital city located on the northern coast of Puerto Rico Island. Major historic attractions include El Morro (Castillo San Felipe del Morro) and Fort San Jeronimo (Fortin de San Gerónimo de Baquerón). To learn more about contemporary local culture, visit the Museum of the Americas (Museo de Las Américas) and Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico).
Enjoy traditional cuisine and cocktails at one of the island's many fashionable bars and restaurants. The Ocean Park area offers beachfront dining and a relaxed island atmosphere. Venture farther afield to try regional street food at Luquillo Beach, where there are dozens of kiosks selling typical snacks, such as pinchos (chicken, pork or shrimp kabobs) and tostones (fried green plantain).
Much of Puerto Rico Island is covered in forest that is excellent for hiking. Explore the network of caves at Rio Camuy Cave Park (Parque de las Cavernas del Rio Camuy), or hike through waterfalls in El Yunque National Forest.
All along the coast you’ll find stunning beaches. Condado Beach and Isla Verde Beach are just minutes from downtown San Juan. The island’s tropical climate means it’s warm enough to dip into the ocean year-round. The height of tourist season is December through April; be aware that hurricanes can crop up the rest of the year.
Puerto Rico is serviced by the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, and can be reached from destinations across the Americas. The public transportation in Puerto Rico is limited to parts of San Juan, so you’ll need to rent a car or travel by taxi if you want to explore the countryside.
I love staying here, I always feel safe . It’s close to a lot of places . Will be back next year !
Location was perfect. The first Best Western that did not have waffles or meat at breakfast. But overall my stay was wonderful.
Nice place in a quite neighborhood Love to see the cruises parked in front of my window
Nice property need to get rid of sand gnat real bad otherwise everything was great and transportation
loved the pool area and lobby. Need more areas of food/resturants/ bigger menu
The staff is very attentive, the rooms clean and with everything I need included. The super comfortable bed. The restaurant has very delicious food although it is quite expensive. Happy hour is from 5 to 7pm and should be taken advantage of. The pool with a beautiful view and good temperature. The ...