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Melia Coco Beach will reopen in Puerto Rico on Dec. 15 after a multimillion-dollar renovation that combines the local culture with Melia’s premium services.
Take an exotic departure with your next meeting or event in Puerto Rico, the only island destination offering seamless accessibility, ease of transportation and truly unforgettable island experiences your meeting attendees will never forget.
Whether cooking classes in Aruba or historic bites in Puerto Rico, immersive cultural culinary experiences abound in the Caribbean.
Puerto Rico is back in business for meetings and incentives groups. And here are 5 updates that speak to just that.
Puerto Rico is bouncing back in a big way this year with hotel reopenings, debuts and innovative F&B options.
Meet Puerto Rico wants meeting planners to know that the island is still very much open for business after Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria struck earlier this fall.
Many hotels are housing local and international relief workers, law enforcement and other government officials as well guests, and in some cases providing wi-fi hotspots.
Groups battle it out barefoot along the turquoise Caribbean Sea during team building experiences at El Conquistador.
In the British Virgin Islands, “The destruction caused by Hurricane Irma has been devastating,” reported Sharon Flax-Brutus, director of tourism for the British Virgin Islands. Few resorts report that they’ll be open this fall.
The Condado Plaza Hilton has stood out as a stylish address ever since it opened in the 1950s.
Route 184, aka “Pork Highway,” is lined with various pork eateries for visitor and locals alike to experience the country’s famous whole roasted pig.
Attendees will literally be given garden shears to select and cut leafy greens to put on their plates at lunchtime.
Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort, located on 1,100 acres of tropical rainforest in Costa Rica, lights up its La Iguana Golf Course with multicolored glowing lights for attendees to play well into the night.
"AMResorts’ entry into Puerto Rico is a testament to the demand for the all-inclusive model.”