Saturday, September 11, 2010

New Hotels On The Horizon For Puerto Rico

New hotels are being developed in Puerto Rico:

The St. Regis Resort, JW Marriott Hotel, The Regent Palmas del Mar, and  The Ritz Carlton Dorado Beach.  At this time, this is the information available for these future hotels.

  • The St. Regis Resort

    The opening is scheduled for November 2010.  The resort will be part of the 483- acre Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club, in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.  The 139- room resort will feature a Trent Jones Jr. golf course, residential complexes, a 10,000-square-foot Remede spa, and Jean-Georges, one of the top 10 restaurants in the world. 

  • JW Marriott Hotel & Resort

    The JW is Marriott's most luxurious brand and the new Puerto Rico property will be located near the Trump Residences & Golf Club, in Coco Beach in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.  The 427-room hotel will have 11 restaurants and over 10,000 square feet of meeting space.   The JW Marriott is scheduled to open in 2011.

  • The Regent Palmas Del Mar

    The 150-room property will include 96 guest rooms, 52 condo- hotel suites, and five spa suites.  The Regent will be part of Palmas Del Mar in Humacao, Puerto Rico, and will include 153 Regent-branded residences.  The amenities include a 16,000-square- foot  lakeside spa, three restaurants, and three pools.  It is scheduled to be completed December 2011.

  • The Ritz Carlton Dorado Beach

    This will be a $1.5 billion mixed-use hospitality and residential project within the Dorado Beach resort in Dorado, Puerto Rico.  It will include 18 golf villas, 93 beachfront residences, and up to 40 estate homes.  Amenities include: The Watermill, a $10 million aquatic adventure experience, 16 miles of Rockefeller trails, and an environmental education center.  The Ritz Carlton Dorado Beach is slated for completion in late 2012.

    These new additions to the island, will continue to give Puerto Rico the status, as a prime tourist destination in the Caribbean.   



1 comment:

  1. That's exciting! New Caribbean hotels are always fun to visit. Can't wait for a vacation!