3 Days of Adventure & Luxury in Puerto Rico
3 days in Puerto Rico
Whether you are seeking a romantic getaway or a luxury family vacation, Puerto Rico offers something for everyone. As a curator of luxury travel experiences, I highly recommend Puerto Rico as the perfect destination to indulge in a luxury experience, complete with breathtaking natural beauty, world-class cuisine, and warm, welcoming hospitality.
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Where to stay
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico
A sparkling beach resort on a two-mile stretch of sand, with sea and rainforest views and a selection nature and watersports adventures.
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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Art Deco beauty with a mix of heritage and modern rooms, most with Atlantic Ocean views.
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Full breakfast daily for two guests per bedroom in Ola Ocean Front Bistro
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Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Puerto Rico’s most luxurious resort, where apartment-sized suites and private butlers come standard, and there’s no bad view along the two-mile stretch of beachfront.
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Best things to do during a 3-day trip to Puerto Rico
Visit the rainforest (yes, a real tropical rainforest in the US!!)
Book a private tour of the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System and Puerto Rico’s number one tourist attraction, El Yunque. Hike along a route customized to your interests and abilities, you may opt to climb 1,575 feet to the top of the Yokahú Observation Tower for an expansive view of the surrounding mountains and the blue waters of the Atlantic in the distance. Afterward, cool off with a refreshing swim in a natural pool underneath the thunderous La Mina Falls.
Experience the art and culture of Old San Juan
Visiting San Juan is a must-do when spending 3 days in Puerto Rico. You will join a local guide for an immersive experience in Old San Juan. One of the most well-preserved colonial Spanish settlements in the Americas. This UNESCO World Heritage site is renowned for its impressive fortifications, brightly colored houses and cobblestone streets, alongside trendy cocktail bars and inventive Caribbean fusion restaurants. On an interactive walking tour tailored to your interests, your guide will provide first-hand insight into Puerto Rico’s history, culture, art, music, and food.
Championship golf awaits you at some of the best courses on the island including East course and Sugarcane course located at Dorado Beach-Ritz Carlton Reserve or St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort & Golf Club.
Go on a Bio Bay night tour
For a magical experience you can only find in two other places in the world, include a bioluminescent bay on your trip to Puerto Rico. There are only five ecosystems in the world where the concentration of these dinoflagellates is high enough to be considered a bioluminescent bay, and Puerto Rico is home to three of them! Take a guided tour of the Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo, where you can witness the spectacular glow-in-the-dark plankton and experience the beauty of nature. This is a must when spending 3 days in Puerto Rico!
Venture to surrounding Islands including Vieques, Icacos and Palomino (among others) on a private yacht.
Places to eat & drink in Puerto Rico
COA at Dorado Beach-Ritz Carlton Reserve - Signature dishes carry the flavor of Mi Brasa, a traditional, Spanish wood-burning oven. The restaurants also hosts La Cava, one of the largest wine rooms in the Caribbean.
1919 Restaurant at Condado Vanderbilt Hotel - Admire the amazing view of the ocean while experiencing world-class dining with the flavor of locally-sourced ingredients. Fine dining at its finest with the ever changing menu.
THE CELLAR EXPERIENCE - The 1919 Cellar is ideal for a private gathering with friends - up to 4 guests! This unique experience is only open for one reservation per day. The Sommelier guides you with the perfect wine and cheese pairing.
Positivo Sand Bar - Watch the sunset or have lunch watching the waves at this Asian-inspired and Latin fusion restaurant.
Kasalta Bakery - Try the medianoche! Whether you're spending 3 days, 3 hours or 3 weeks in Puerto Rico, you must eat at a panadería (bakery). Don't be fooled by the name! Panaderías are much more than just pastries and loaves of bread in Puerto Rico,
Ola Ocean Front Bistro - Can't go wrong with dining here at any time, there are so many choices.
Portela by Orujo Portela - Brings a modern twist on classical Caribbean flavors, tasting menu ranges from 15-20 courses and can include wine pairings. You're more than welcome to go into the kitchen at any time to watch the chef and his colleagues prepare dishes.
Chocobar Cortés - Love Chocolate? Then this is the place for you. Mallorca Iberica or the Chocolate Grilled Cheese is a must-try. And don't forget the Cuban Coffee!
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