We are surrounded by the history, culture, and passion of what makes island life distinct here. From rich culinary traditions and San Juan nightlife to historic neighborhoods like Old San Juan, landmarks like Castillo del Morro, and the pristine beaches of San Juan, there’s always something to explore.
For an elevated dining experience at the premier Puerto Rico steakhouse, you must place Morton’s on your dining agenda. You’ll be treated to the most exquisite cuisine, complete with sweeping views of beautiful San Juan.
Marmalade has a reputation as one of San Juan’s top restaurants and does not disappoint. Here, you can dine on local organic cuisine with an international flair and enjoy and extensive offering of cocktails and wines.
In 2013 Jose Enrique was featured in the 25th Anniversary edition of the Food & Wines Best New Chefs. His award carried him as one of the ten "Best New Chefs" across the U.S. It was the first time in history where a Puerto Rican had received this honor.
Located right on the ocean, Oceano is sleek and modern—exactly what you’d expect from a stunning beachfront mansion. Enjoy world-class food and cocktails as you embrace the ocean breeze on the rooftop or party with friends at the lounge.
In the heart of the Convention Center area, El Distrito will open in late 2019 as the premiere hub of modern nightlife and entertainment in San Juan. The complex features a stunning plaza for performances to keep the entire area buzzing with energy.
Old San Juan is located at the tip of the San Juan islet. It is the city’s historic district and the oldest settlement in Puerto Rico. The UNESCO World Heritage Site offers visitors walkable tight stone streets and numerous historic places to visit.
By day, this historic market and culinary neighborhood offers delicious cuisine and shops to explore. By night, the area transforms into San Juan’s most popular nightlife area. The area is open 24 hours and is filled with bars, music, and people.
Jutting magnificently into the sea, this 16th-century Spanish fortress tells the story of the strategic importance of Puerto Rico throughout history. This towering castle and fortress stands as a monument to the New World’s early history.
San Juan Cruise Port, located near Old San Juan, is where you’ll find yourself embarking on an amazing Caribbean cruise adventure. An estimated 500 ships come through the port every year, making it the largest and busiest port in the Caribbean
Boasting a Miami Beach vibe, Condado is a tourist hotspot in San Juan. A vibrant feel mixes with resort experiences for an exciting cultural adventure. World-class attractions and dining, as well as the bustling city center are all nearby.