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    Welcome to a world-class travel destination!
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PUERTO RICO


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CONVENTION BUREAU
Welcome to the New World
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Travel Destination!
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choosing a world-class destination. When you
arrive here for your convention, congress, meet-
ing or exhibition. you will appreciate the ease and elegance
of working inl Puerto Rico. If you arrive early or stay a few
e.tra days, you will discwoer the many pleasures of relaxing
on our Island. The Puerto Rico Convention Bureau invites
you to spend extra rine here, getting to know the playful
side of Puerto Rico.
\'ith several nullennia of indigenous history, 500 years
of Spanish and African tvaditions, 272 miles (438 kni) of
pristine beaches and dozens of distinct tropical landscapes,
Puerto Rico is indeed the Caribbean's enchanted isle. It is
also considered the capital of the Caribbean when it cones
to cosmopolitan cities, fine intenrational dining and exciting
nightlie. You'll find a wiorld-famous rainforest and under-
ground river cave \ystein, outstanding scuba diving and
surfing. Pre-Columbian ball courts and elaborate fortresses,
and magical offshore cays and Islands. \Vith nodern high-
ways and an improved network of road signs, these sites are
easily accessible, and none are more than an easy four-hour
drive or short boat or plane ride away.
We hope this guide will encourage you to take time and
get to knmv Puerto Rico. All the hotels, acconnmodatioms
andl car rental companies listed here are proud members
of the Puerto Rico Contention Bureau. Be sure to mention
the Bureau and the meeting you are attending when making
hotel, car rental and other resenations fur your extended
stay in paradise. We look forward to welcoming you to
Puerto Rico!
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choosing a world-class destination. When you
arrive here for your convention, congress, meet-
ing or exhibition, you will appreciate the ease and elegance
of working in Puerto Rico. If you arrive early or stay a few
extra days, you will discover the many pleasures of relaxing
on our Island. The Puerto Rico Convention Bureau invites
you to spend extra time here, getting to know the playful
side of Puerto Rico.
With several millennia of indigenous history, 500 years
of Spanish and African traditions, 272 miles (438 km) of
pristine beaches and dozens of distinct tropical landscapes, ,
Puerto Rico is indeed the Caribbean's enchanted isle. It is
also considered the capital of the Caribbean when it comes
to cosmopolitan cities, fine international dining and exciting
nightlife. You'll find a world-famous rainforest and under-
ground river cave system, outstanding scuba diving and
surfing, Pre-Columbian ball courts and elaborate fortresses,
and magical offshore cays and Islands. With modern high-
ways and an improved network of road signs, these sites are
easily accessible, and none are more than an easy four-hour
drive or short boat or plane ride away.
We hope this guide will encourage you to take time and
get to know Puerto Rico. All the hotels, accommodations
and car rental companies listed here are proud members
of the Puerto Rico Convention Bureau. Be sure to mention
the Bureau and the meeting you are attending when making
hotel, car rental and other reservations for your extended
stay in paradise. We look forward to welcoming you to
Puerto Rico!
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CENTER
Tropical Forests, Mountain Towns, Panoramic Views
Puerto Rico's Panoramic Route links the southeastern and western
coasts by way of the Cordillera Central, the Island's mountainous
backbone. Although Puerto Rico is only 110 miles (176 km) long, the
more than 40 roads that make up the route are narrow and winding.
You can explore part of the route in a day's outing, but to cover the
entire route you should allow at least three days of leisurely driving and
sightseeing. Taking the route is an adventure, a journey to traditional
towns, lush landscapes and spectacular views.
Heading east to west, the first forest you reach is Carite. Similar to
El Yunque, it features a rainforest, natural pool and manmade lake.
Nearby, a string of food stands serve such regional delicacies as lech6n
asado (pit-roasted pork), and mountainside restaurants in the Cayey
region attract heat-weary sanjuaneros. The mountain towns of Albonlto
and Baranqultas are worth a detour. Beyond, Toro Negro Forest
encompasses the Island's highest peaks, including the highest,
Cerro Punta, at 4,400 feet (1,341 m).
In its shadow, the town of Jayuya, once prized for its coffee, is now
proud of its Indian heritage and its wood carvers. Farther north are two
lovely lakes, Caonillas and Dos Bocas. Small ferries ply the waters of
Dos Bocas, and restaurants serve hungry visitors on weekends.
To the west, another picturesque agricultural town, Adjuntas, is
home to a successful grass-roots organization, Casa Pueblo and the
nearby Bosque del Pueblo (People's Forest). North of Adjuntas,
Caguana Indian Ceremonial Park was built by Taino Indians almost
1,000 years ago as a mountain retreat for recreation and worship.
Bateyes, or ball courts, are bordered by rows of carved stone monoliths
decorated with petroglyph etchings (787-894-7325).
Continuing west, the Panoramic Route crosses bamboo-fringed Lake
Garzas and ascends to Guilarte Forest before passing through remote
coffee country. Here you still see hillsides of coffee trees, beans turning
red before harvest, and occasional piles of beans drying in the middle
of the road. Beyond, the route reaches western Puerto Rico, Porta del
Sol country region, where the small town of Maricao encompasses a
forest, fish hatchery, recreational center, and numerous coffee estates.
For a different inland experience, visit Caguas, set on a plain less
than a half hour south of San Juan. Though Caguas is an up-and-coming
city, it also has a lovely historic district and several interesting muse-
ums. Be sure to view the large flower-framed clock in the central plaza
and visit the Tobacco Museum to find out about the crop that once
flourished in the hills around Caguas and to see cigars being rolled.

Adjuntas
Parader Villa Sotomayr, 787-829-1717

GOLF COURSES
Bambuas Golf & Country Club, Gurabo, 787-7370922





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PORTA DEL SOL
Sunset Beaches, Friendly Towns, Ocean Adventures
orta del Sol is the name given to western Puerto Rico, a natural region
of sweeping beaches, clear seas, friendly towns, casual lifestyles and
terrific sunsets. Near the southwestern town of Guinica, Gunica Dry Forest
is one of the finest examples of tropical dry coastal forest in the world,
sheltering large numbers of bird species, beaches, mangroves, and hillside
forests (787-7243724/8774).
Another natural landmark is the Blolunmnescent Bay at La Parguera fishing
village. Its nighttime underwater "fireworks" display is produced by millions
of microorganisms. Several miles offshore, world-class scuba diving is found
along La Parquera Wall, home to huge schools of fish, endangered corals and
pristine reefs. Mangrove islets and channels, ideal for snorkelers and kayakers,
lie closer to shore.
Cabo Role is Puerto Rico's ultimate coastal region. The fishing villages of
B Combat and Boquer6n have breathtaking beaches. Nearby, the US. Fish
and Wildlife Caribbean Refuge provides birdwatching trails and wildlife informa-
tion (787-851-7258). The dramatic cliffside Cabe Rojo Lighthouse marks the
southwestern comer of Puerto Rico. Gastronomes will enjoy the varied seafood
delicacies served at the 20-plus restaurants along Joyuda Beach.
Slightly inland, San Grain, the second oldest European settlement on the
Island, is famous for its stately homes and 17thcentury Spanish colonial charm.
The 1606 Porta Coll Chapel is now a religious art museum (787-892-5845).
Mayaglie is Puerto Rico's third largest urban center and a major port city.
Its town square, Plaza Co6n, features a statue of Christopher Columbus donat-
ed by the city of Barcelona. The Dr. Juan A. RIvero Zee is home to animals
from Africa, the Caribbean and South America (7878348110). An extensive
collection of tropical plants can be found at the nearby Tropical Agricultural
Research Station (787-831-3435).
To the north, AMasce's balneaur on AAasco Bay nvals Luquillo in tropical
beauty. Rhnci is a lovely rural coastal town set at the point where the Atlantic
Ocean rolls into the Mona Passage. Its northern coastline is a drear-come-true
for skilled surfers. Whales enjoy themselves here during winter months, and a
park built around a century-old lighthouse makes a good place to spot them
Sports operators take the adventurous out to Desecheo Island, an uninhabited
islet surrounded by an untouched underwater kingdom.
The northwestern city of AgnadUa hosts the seaside Panre de Celoa
(Christopher Columbus steeped fool somewhere in this region back in 1493)
and the Island's only ice skating nnk The northwestem peninsula known as
Punta Bodiquen, once a U.S. Air Force base. is now a popular vacation
destination. The pier at protected Crashboat Beach makes a great place for
snorkeling. Neighboring Isabela is a nature-lover's delight, with beacncombing.
horseback riding, snorkeling, surfing, and more.

Cabo Rljo
Bahia Salnas Beach Hotel, 787-2541212
Parader Prichl's, 787-851-3131
Mayagie
Hotel Colegial RUM, 787-265-3891
RIncn
Homed Dorset Prnavera, 787-823-4030
RIncin of the Seas Grand Caribbean Hotel. 787-823-6189
aIy Parrot aIn, 787-823-5654
Vla Cofresi Hotel & Restaurant, 78723-2450
Aguadlla
Clelo Mar Hotel, 787-882-5959
Hacienda l Pedrgal. 787-891-6068
Aiasco
Rlnc6n Beach Resort, 187 589-9000
Isabela
Costa Dorada Beach Resort 787-872 7255
Villa Montaa Beach Resort 7878729554

GOLF COURSES
Club Depertho del Oeste. Cabo Rojo. 781851-8880
Punta Bornquen Golf. Aguadilla. 787-890-2987







SOUTH
Historic Towns, Genteel City, Mangrove Bays
The southeastern city of Guyana, made wealthy by the production of sugar-
cane in the 1800s, has a pretty historic zone. The Casa Cautill Museum,
a restored 1887 residence, contains period furniture and furnishings from the
prominent Cautifio family (787-864-9083). On weekends the Tree del Sur
(southem train) in nearby Arroyo takes passengers on 45-minute rides through
the sugarcane region (787-271-1574). To the west, the Jobes Bay Natural
Estuarine Research Reserve highlights lagoons, mangrove forest and a string
of cays that extends to Sallas Beach.
In the southern hills, the town of Coamo is home to Coamo Springs, ther-
mal waters that have attracted weary sojourners for thousands of years. For a
time the fashionable spa welcomed such guests as Franklin Delano Roosevelt;
now the site is a parador Nearby, Juana Diaz is known as the Town of the
Three Kings, and a small museum features memorabilia of the popular Three
Kings holiday, celebrated January 6.
Ponce is Puerto Rico's second largest city and the largest along the south
coast. Its interesting architecture dates from 1890 to the 1930s, when Ponce
flourished as a hub of the Island's sugarcane, rum, and shipping industries.
Extensive renovation in Ponce's historic district has made this city increasingly
attractive as a lournst destination A walking lour from the central plaza takes
you to many local landmarks, including the Pence History Museum, La Peria
Theater. Case Poll. Our Lady of Guadeloupe Cathedral, and the red and
black Parque de Bombas (firehouse).
The best general art museum in the Caribbean. the lovely Ponce Museum
of Art houses over 1,000 paintings and 400 sculptures. Works range from
ancient and classical to contemporary art, including impressive examples from
the Italian Baroque school and 19th-century pre-Raphaelte paintings (787
8480505). A restored landmark that was previously home to a rum-making
family, Castillo Sernallis is a Spanish-style mansion-tumed-museum perched
on l Vigla Hill overlooking the city (787-259-1774). Built in 1883, Hacienda
Buena Vsta coffee plantation, northwest of Ponce, has been restored so visi-
tors can explore a Iwo-story estate house, former slave quarters, fully opera-
tional machinery rooms, and grounds with native vegetation. Reservations are
required (787-722-5882). To the northeast. ibes Indian Ceremonial Center
includes the oldest known Taino cemetery in the Antilles, an astronomical
observatory, rectangular ball courts, and petroglyph-etched stones (787-840-
2255). Shaped like a coffin, Caja do Muertes Island, off Ponce, is a natural
gem. with scrub forest, a century-old lighthouse, pristine back to-back beach-
es, clear seas, and, on the far side, Puerto Rico's only underwater snorkeling
trail. Water sports operators take visitors to the islet

Pallas
Caribe Playa Beach Resort. 787-839-6339
Ponce
Hotel Melli, 787-842-0260
Howard Johnson Hotel Ponce. 787-841-1000

GOLF COURSES
Agurre Golf Club, Salinas. 787-8534052
Coano Springs Golf & Tennis Club, Coamo, 787825-1370
Costa Caribe Golf & Country Club, Ponce. 187-481000
El Legado Gol Resort. Guayama, 787686-1818







EAST
Beautiful Beaches, IRainorest, Offshore Islands
Traveling east from San Juan, you reach several oceanside championship golf
courses and the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System.
El Yunque, officially known as the Caribbean National Forest, is a 28,000-acre
(11,331 hectares) home to tropical flora including 240 tree species and
fauna, dramatic lookouts and waterfall-fed pools. There are dozens of trails for
either casual strolls or challenging hikes, and the impressive El Portal Tropcal
Forest Center explains the workings of El Yunque and other tropical forests
(787-888-1810). Many people combine the trip to E Yunque with a visit to near-
by Luqullo Beach, one of Puerto Rico's loveliest, lined with rows of stately palm
trees and kiosks serving down-home creole and seafood snacks and meals.
Luquillo is one of more than a dozen balnearios (govemment-run public bathing
beaches) scattered around the Island.
The northeastern town of Fajardo is the boating capital of the Island, home to
several large marinas, including the 750-boat Puerto del Iey Marna, largest in
the Caribbean and eastern U.S. Boats and restaurants front beautiful Las
Croabas Bay. Water sports facilities and charters offer unforgettable sailing, snor-
keling, and scuba diving outings to offshore cays, and nighttime kayaking along a
bioluminescent lagoon. Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve, also known as
B Fare for its hilltop lighthouse, protects several tropical ecological communities,
including mangrove forests. Reservations are required (787-722-5882).
South of Fajardo, the east-coast towns are less developed and retain a yester-
year charm. The large coastal resort at Palmas del Mar evokes a Mediterranean
feel, and the southeastemmost hills, start of the Island's Panoramic Reute,
resemble a coastline in Greece.
From Fajardo's Puerto Real. regularly scheduled ferries carry you to the sister
Islands of Vieques and Culebra (you can also reach them by boat and plane from
San Juan, and by plane from Fajardo). Vleques Island is the place to go to truly
get away from it all, home to inns and hotels that range from avant-garde to ele-
gant The small fishing village of Esperanza on the southem shore is near excel-
lent beaches and Mosquito Bay. a world-class bioluminescent cove illuminated by
microorganisms that give off an eerie glow at nighL Vieques also has three inter-
esting museums one set in a fort, one in a lighthouse, and one on a former
sugar estate. Culebra Island is the tranquil showplace for dozens of beautiful
coral reefs and beaches, including the grandest, Flamenco Beach. Most of its
offshore cays were designated a Naioenal Wldlfe Refuge. pnmarily for migratory
birds, by Theodore Roosevelt. Casual inns and hotels cater to visitors, who find
the evening entertainment of ocean breezes and lapping waves to tneir liking.

Faardo
Fa|do Inn. 1878606000
Rio Grande
Rio Grande Plantation Eco Resort, 787-8872779
Veques
Hacienda Tamarndo. 787-7418525
Inn on the Bie Horizon. 787-741-3318

GOLF COURSES
Bahia Beech Plantation. Rio Grande, 787-256-5600
Berilnd Country Club. Rio Grande. 787-8763056
Coco Beach Golf & Country Club. Rio Grande. 787657 2000
Palms del Mar Country Club Flamboyin Course Humacao. 787-2852256
Palms del Mar Country Club Palm Course, Humacao, 787-285-2256
Westln Rio Mar Golf Club Ocean Course, Rio Grande. 787-8886000
Westln Rio Mar Golf Club River Course, Rio Grande, 787-8886000
Wyndham El Conquistador Golf Club. Falardo, 787-863-6184







NORTH
Cosmopo Attractons, Natural Wonders
f you don't have time to venture around the Island but still want to explore. San
Juan has much to offer. A must-see attraction is Old San Juan. Settled in 1521,
it is the oldest historic district under the U.S. flag. Most of its fortresses and urban
squares, government buildings and colonial homes have been meticulously restored.
A walk along the cobblestoned streets and visits into the many museums, art gal-
leries, restaurants, and stores found here make a fascinating journey into the past.
Also popular with visitors is the Bacardi Rum Plant. largest rum distillery in the
world. Located across San Juan Bay, it has an impressive inter-active visitor center
(787 7888400). The Condado Lagoon attracts loggers, kayakers. and wind surfers.
and San Juan's beaches from Condade to Isla Vrden are perfect for bathing
and sunning. Water sports operators can satisfy virtually every ocean urge, from kite
surfing to biggame fishing in nearly world-class waters. The most cosmopolitan city
in the Caribbean. San Juan also has a sophisticated offenng of boutiques, malls,
restaurants, casinos, nightclubs, and concert halls. Its beautiful Museo de Arte de
Puerto Rico showcases outstanding examples of the island's visual arts from
17th century to the present and features a sculpture garden, restaurant, gift shop,
and theater (787-9776277).
If you take a drive along the north coast, be sure to visit Dorado, a town long
known for its resorts, beaches, and oceanside golf courses. Farther west, stop at
the Rio Camuy Cave Park lor an exciting look at one of the largest river cave sys-
tems in the western hemisphere. By way of trolleys, boardwalks, steps and paths,
visitors view immense lush tropical sinkholes and majestic caves that form a portion
of the 300-acre (121 hectares) cave network (787898-3100). Independent licensed
adventure tour operators offer rappelling and body rafting in the Rio Camuy and
other caves and canyons.
Nearby. the 20-acre (8 hectares) dish of the Aredbo Observatory, largest radio tel
escope in the world, gathers radio emissions from around the Universe. It is operated
by Comell University. A dramatic visitors' center holds interesting exhibits that explain
the workings of astonomy in general and the observatory in particular (787-878-2612).

GREATER SAN JUAN
Condado
At Wind Chimes Inn, 787 7274153
Comfort Inn, 787-7210170
l Canardo by the Lagoon Hotel. 787-722-5058
Q Canado by the Sea, 787-7228640
Hosteia del Mar, 787-727-3302
Hotel El Portal, 787 721.9010
Excelsior Hotel, 787-721-7400
Iberia Hotel, 787-722-5380
Hotel MIramnr, 787.977.1000
Holiday Inn Express, 787-724-4160
Hotel Las Brisas del Condado. 787-7280404
Tu Case Boutique Hotel, 787 727 5100
Isa Verde
Can do Play, 787-504-2362
Empress Oceafront Hotel. 787-791-3083
ESI Towers, 787-791-5151
International Airport Hotel. 787-7911700
The Water Club, 787 7283666
Heard Johnson Inn, 787 7281300
Old San Juan
Hotel Mllno, 787 729-9050
The Gallery Inn, 787 722.1808

GOLF COURSES
Dorado del Mar Golf Club, Dorado. 787-796-3070
Hyatt Dorado Beach Resort & Country Club East Course, Dorado, 787-7968961
Hyatt Dorado Beach Resort & Country Club West Course, Dorado, 787-7968961
Hyatt Plantation Club at Dorado Pineapple Course, Dorado. 787-7968915
Hyatt Plantation Club at Dorado Sugrcane Course, Dorado, 787-7968915






Rental Car/Van Companies
AVIS RENT A CAR, Luis Mufior Marin International Airport, 787-2535966, 800331-1212
BUDGET RENT A CAR, Luis Muioz Marin International Airport, 181 2535906. 8005270700
CHARLIE CAR RENTAL. 890 Ashiord Avenue. Condado, 787-7282418, 800289-1227
DOLLAR RENT A CAR 100 Baldorioty de Castro Avenue, Carolina, 787-7915500. 787 791-5600
HERTZ RENT A CAR, Luis Muiloz Main International Airport, 787-7910094, 80054-3131
I&M CAR AND TRUCK RENTAL. Luis Muloz Madn International Airport, 787-791-1160. 80066807
POPULAR AUTO, INC.. 400 Calaf Stree Carolina 787-75 4848. 8663354848
THRIFlY CAR RENTAL, Luis Munoz Mann Intemational Airport. 187-252525, 800367 2271

Meeting & Convention Hotels
throughout the Island
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON CAGUAS REAL, Caguas. 787-7910969
BEST WESTERN PIERRE HOTEL Condado, 787-721-1200
DIAMOND PALACE HOTEL & CASINO. Condado. 781.7210810
RADISSON AMBASSADOR PLAZA HOTEL & CASINO. Condado, 787-721-7300. 8004688512
SAN JUAN MARRIOTT RESORT & STELLARIS CASINO. Condado. 787 722 7000
WYNDHAM CONDADO PLAZA HOTEL & CASINO, Condado. 787 7211000
EMBASSY SUITES BEACH & GOLF RESORT, Dorado. 787.79-6125
HYATT DORADO BEACH RESORT & COUNTRY CLUB, Dorado. 787.7961234
WYNDHAM EL CONQUISTADOR RESORT & GOLDEN DOOR SPA. Falardo, 787-8631000
COPAMARINA BEACH RESORT, Guamnca. 7874210505
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON AT PALMAS DEL MAR HOTEL & CASINO. Humacao. 787.7910969
COURIYARD BY MARRIOTT ISLA VERDE BEACH RESORT, Isla Verde. 787-7910404
EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL & CASINO, Isla Verde, 787 7910505
HOUDAY INN SAN JUAN, Isla Verde, 787-2539000
INTERCONIlNENTAL SAN JUAN RESORT & CASINO, Isla Verde. 187-1916100
THE RTZCARLTON SAN JUAN HOTEL SPA & CASINO. Isla Verde, 787 2531700
WYNDHAM E SAN JUAN HOTEL & CASINO, Isla Verde, 787 791-1000
MAYAGOEZ RESORT & CASINO, Mayagiez, 787-832-3030
CARIBE HILTON. Old San luan. 787 7210303
HOTEL EL CONVENIO. Old San Juan. 787-7239020
NORMANDIE HOTEL Old San Juan, 787-729-2929
HILTON PONCE GOLF & CASINO RESORT. Ponce. 787-2597676
HOLIDAY INN PONCE & TROPICAL CASINO. Ponce, 18784441200, 800-iOUDAY
PARADISUS PUERTO RICO. Rio Grande. 787657 1026
THE WEST1N RIO MAR BEACH GOLF RESORT & SPA. Rio Grande, 7874886000
MARTINEAU BAY RESORT & SPA. Vieques. 787-741-4100











































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