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    Pocket Guide: Puerto Rico

    Want to visit a foreign country without your passport? Come to Puerto Rico! Culturally, Puerto Rico has more in common with the mix of Hispanic and African influences, which characterize its nearest neighbor the Dominican Republic, than it does with the rest of the United States.

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    Spanish is the official language of the "Island of Enchantment," as Puerto Rico is nicknamed, but you won't have any language problems if you use Expedia when you book cheap hotel deals in Puerto Rico.

    The old town in Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, has buildings and monuments that date back to 1521 making San Juan the oldest city on American soil. Visit the imposing El Morro fortress, the six-story citadel, which presided over shipping routes between the Old World and the New for more than 500 years. Outside Old Town's seven-block perimeter, San Juan is a booming, modern metropolis where you'll find swanky art galleries, trendy shops offering merchandise at reasonable prices, great restaurants, and top Puerto Rico hotels.

    Rincón on Puerto Rico's west coast is a resort town famous for beaches where you can surf, sail, snorkel, or just lie out in the sun. Rincón also has one of Puerto Rico's liveliest club scenes at night.

    The northern city of Arecibo is home to the Arecibo Telescope, the world's largest single-dish radio telescope. The dish is 1,000feet in diameter and covers an area of approximately 20 acres. The observatory is open to the public.

    Put on a safety harness and rappel over rope bridges and chasms on a zipline adventure at the Toro Verde nature park. Hike to the top of rugged Pico El Toro, the highest peak in the El Yunque National Forest and the only rainforest on American soil. Visit the giant iguanas and endangered sea turtles on a day trip to nearby Mona Island. Immerse yourself in the geothermal springs at Parador Baños de Coamo, which are renowned for their healing properties around long before Columbus first set foot in the New World.

    Puerto Rico is a popular destination, so it's best to pin down any promising leads for a cheap Puerto Rico hotel deal before you leave the mainland. Expedia simplifies the process of discovering great Puerto Rico hotel packages and other Puerto Rico hotel deals, making it easy to snag reservations for rooms at special discount rates. There are hotels in Puerto Rico to fit every budget, so you should have no trouble finding the best deal for you.

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    Hotel Plaza De Armas - San Juan Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars
    $145

    Hotel Plaza De Armas

    San Jose St 202,, San Juan - Map
     
     
    We were looking for a budget place for one night in Old San Juan, and that's what we got. Great location next to open plaza, clean, safe, very walkable area. We took an interior windowless room, very basic, a bit musty but that's to be expected. Old and somewhat rundown. Friendly, helpful staff. Overall, low expectations met.
    A Traveller
    Located in San Juan Antiguo, this hotel is steps from Casa del Libro, Alcaldia, and San Juan Cathedral. Port of San Juan and …More
    El San Juan Resort & Casino, A Hilton Hotel - Carolina Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    El San Juan Resort & Casino, A Hilton Hotel

    6063 Isla Verde Avenue, Carolina - Map
     
     
    long wait for check in. very expensive food in hotel. the pizza in the trattoria was good but the gelato was watery and not good. we ate breakfast on the last day at the terraza and ordered a la carte and we thought it was the worst breakfast we had in all of puerto rico. the bakery basket wasn't fresh, the eggs were super runny even though they confirmed they would be medium, and the service was terrible too. it's as if they didn't want you there. disappointed that there was an extra charge to use beach umbrellas. also felt like we were given the worst room off to the corner overlooking the parking lot with no balcony. such a small bathroom but that's probably same with every room. at least it was fairly clean (although one of the drawers did have the previous guest's garbage still in it) and bed was comfortable too. I liked the fact that they had blackjack in the casino with 10 and 15 dollar tables. i was not offered a player's card, if there is one, so my losses were not tracked. The grounds are really nice with two pools; one quiet one and one louder one with music and a pool bar. we spent most of our time on the beach though. overall we enjoyed our stay as we spent most of our time on the grounds or exploring other parts of san juan. it was nice to be close to airport. I think less than 10 min cab ride.
    A Traveller
    Facing the Atlantic surf, this Puerto Rico hotel in the fashionable Isla Verde resort district serves as one of San Juan's …More
    Hotel El Convento - San Juan Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars
    $212

    Hotel El Convento

    100 Cristo St, San Juan - Map
     
     
    "Mixed reviews, some good, some not."
    Room was small but clean. View of an alley out French doors. Cable TV operation and content not very good. Beds were 2 single, and small but decent, lighting was terrible in the room, very low levels with all lights on. OK during the day when the balcony doors were open, but dark in the evening. Swimming pool ok for 2, no more, Jacuzzi was ok, could have been warmer. Staff was friendly and responsive. We ate there 2 times in our 5 night stay, was ok, not great although pricey. The last night we had dinner there and it was not good, service (we waited forever) was poor and the food was worse. Complained(which we rarely do) and the MGR took it off our hotel bill thank God. The location is great, lots of street activity and the Cathederal nearby add a lot and the wine and cheese reception is fun. Overall ambience is quite nice, but you pay for it. Not your typical cookie cutter hotel, offers much in the way of architexture and history, but could do better.
    Traveller from fla
    Formerly a convent dating from 1651, this boutique hotel is in the center of Old San Juan across from the San Juan Cathedral …More