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MasterCard Offers "Priceless" Discounts to Puerto Rico

A Room at the El San Juan Resort & Casino

Attention MasterCard users: when you pay with your MasterCard, you can enjoy all kinds of savings and specials at participating hotels, restaurants, boutiques and activities. Check out the full list of offers here, which includes deals like:

  • 50% at the bar or a free dessert when you dine in at Meat Market Restaurant from Monday-Wednesday, 5:30 - 7:00pm.
  • $100 debit card, 20% off car rental, 20% off Dragonfly Adventure outing, Plaza Las Américas discount book, and buy one get one free breakfast entreé when you stay a minimum of 4 nights at The La Concha Resort. Use MasterCard® Adventure reservation code UBXL when booking.
  • 2 pastas for $22 at Blonda when you pay with MasterCard® Black, World Elite or Platinum.
  • 20% off the room rate, $50 resort credit for every 2 nights, 20% off poolside massage, 20% off at the nearby Zen Spa, and $25 casino match bet coupon per adult when you stay a minimum of 4 nights at the Condado Plaza Hilton. You must pay with a MasterCard® Black, World Elite or Platinum to take advantage of the deal.
  • 15% off the room rate, free buffet breakfast per paying adult, and $25 casino match bet coupon per adult when you stay a minimum of 3 nights at the El San Juan Resort & Casino. You must pay with a MasterCard® Black, World Elite or Platinum to take advantage of this deal.

MasterCard Offers "Priceless" Discounts to Puerto Rico originally appeared on About.com Puerto Rico Travel on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 at 15:53:11.

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Tax Day Means Tax Breaks from Puerto Rico Hotels


As we all know, taxes are due in just a few days, and I, like so many others, am waiting until the last minute to file them. But tax day doesn't have to be bad news. In Puerto Rico, a few hotels have taken it upon themselves to offer a few unique tax breaks and ways to enjoy yourself on the 15th. Here are the details.

  • Spa Treatments at the W Vieques - The lovely W Retreat on Vieques Island is offering guests complimentary signature AWAY Spa 10 minute and 40 second spa treatments by the pool area on April 15. And they'll chip in a complimentary green cocktail as a toast to "green" returns from Uncle Sam.
  • Butler-Delivered Tax Returns at the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort - Enjoy a complimentary rum punch and hand your tax return to your friendly St. Regis  butler, who will hand-deliver your package to the post office free of charge.
  • Relax at the Wyndham Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa - With happy hour specials all day long and all week long, guests can enjoy Medalla Mondays ($4),  Tequila Tuesdays ($5), Whiskey Wednesdays ($5), Tropical Drink Thursdays ($5), Flavored Rum Fridays ($5), Sangria Saturdays ($5) and SKYY Vodka Sundays ($5).

Tax Day Means Tax Breaks from Puerto Rico Hotels originally appeared on About.com Puerto Rico Travel on Saturday, April 5th, 2014 at 09:20:58.

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Saborea is Coming

A dish ready for judging at Saborea

Heads up, foodies! Saborea is just around the corner. Puerto Rico's premier food festival, and one of the preeminent events for gourmands and gourmets in the Caribbean, is just over two weeks away. I've been to Saborea a few times and enjoyed every second of the experience.

Saborea gives you front-row seats to chef battles in the kitchen stadium, access to sunset parties, a giant tent filled with food stations and freebies from more than 30 restaurants and food purveyors around the island, and of course the chance to a few of your favorite chefs. This year, I don't see guest chefs and TV personalities of the caliber I've seen in the past, but Saborea tends to bring a festive and ready-to-party community of fellow foodies, so I wouldn't be surprised to find one or two celebs in the mix.

Either way, it's a terrific weekend for food-lovers. This year, participating restaurants include BLT Steak, Sirena and Soleil Beach Club.

Saborea is Coming originally appeared on About.com Puerto Rico Travel on Saturday, March 15th, 2014 at 08:30:20.

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Puerto Rico's Luxury Tourism Efforts Get $460 Million Boost

The St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort

With new properties like the Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Dorado and the St. Regis Bahía Beach, Puerto Rico is becoming an elite destination for luxury travel.  And now, it's poised to enhance its luxury offering with major investments of more than $450 million devoted to the development of elite properties around the island.

About $200 million will be invested in a luxury beach and marina community on the east coast of Puerto Rico, which includes the Punta Candelero Beach Resort and Solarea Beach Resort luxury condominiums, as well as the Marina at Palmas del Mar and The Yacht Club Marina.

The remaining funds will be invested in The Condado Vanderbilt and the Renaissance, La Concha, two of the flagship properties in San Juan's ritziest neighborhood.

Add them to properties like the W Vieques Retreat and the Horned Dorset Primavera, to name a few others, and you've got a range of outstanding hotels that range from boutique elegance to exclusive resort. With a new marina resort on the way and the hallowed Vanderbilt soon to reopen its doors, Puerto Rico will be more attractive than ever for those seeking an escape to Caribbean luxury.

Puerto Rico's Luxury Tourism Efforts Get $460 Million Boost originally appeared on About.com Puerto Rico Travel on Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 at 01:06:07.

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Spring Break in Puerto Rico?

Isla Verde Beach

I recently had a reader write in asking about San Juan as a Spring Break destination...  and when you think about it, the island has everything you need for Spring Break: it's easy to get to from colleges all over the east coast; it's got beaches, nightlife and beautiful people.

But in truth, this isn't a huge destination for college kids looking to escape the cold and let loose a bit. You won't find throngs of students partying on the beach with DJs, wet tshirt contests and general hedonistic revelry. You will find plenty of idyllic spots in the sun, all the rum you can drink (and remember, the legal drinking age in Puerto Rico is 18), and clubs that don't close until the wee hours of the dawn.

If you're looking for the Cancún or Miami Beach experience, Puerto Rico isn't the best place to be (except perhaps the Señor Frogs in Old San Juan). But if you want to escape to a warm Caribbean island with plenty to see and do, this is the place for you.

Spring Break in Puerto Rico? originally appeared on About.com Puerto Rico Travel on Saturday, March 8th, 2014 at 13:05:04.

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Bistro Catalina
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