5 Reasons to Love the St. Regis Puerto Rico
If savings up to 80% off regular rates at this AAA 5-Diamond resort aren’t reason enough to book a trip now, Travelzoo Deal Experts who stayed there share five more highlights to motivate you:
There is a Jean-Georges restaurant on site
Fern combines the world-famous French chef’s best appetizers, side dishes and entrees for a menu influenced by the island’s traditional Latin and Afro-Caribbean cuisine. The restaurant reflects Puerto Rican culture on the plate with local fish and produce as well as indigenous décor throughout the Spanish Colonial building.
“Little Iguanas” Kids ClubChildren 4-12 are welcomed to join adventurous activities like treasure hunts, nature walks and pool time under the watchful eye of four adult staffers. Rainy days are also packed with engaging itineraries including arts and crafts, board games and a Wii station. Open daily at 10 a.m., parents can schedule half- or full-day programs for their children. Snacks are provided for half day attendees and full days also include lunch.
Secluded beach feels private
Two miles of sand belly up to the oceanfront resort dotted with palm trees, plush white lounge chairs and iguanas. Just beyond El Yunque National Forest, the former coconut plantation turned luxury resort is nestled into a sheltered cove away from Puerto Rico’s party scene. The hotel provides beach towels, chairs and umbrellas for sun-worshippers; private cabanas are available to rent for an exclusively posh experience.
Service goes above and beyondFor butlers at St. Regis, no request is too grand or unattainable, no matter the time of day. Around the clock, the staff is ready to fulfill special dietary needs, reserve tables at on-site and nearby restaurants, find a favorite book to read on the beach or unpack suitcases after a long flight. From the pool to valet and everywhere in between, staff is ready to satisfy every need ensuring guests have the vacation of a lifetime without lifting a finger.
Flights to Puerto Rico are crazy-cheap right now
Airfare from the continental United States, especially major cities along the East Coast, to San Juan are the lowest we’ve seen in months, piling additional savings onto this incredible deal. Americans visiting Puerto Rico do not need a passport, expediting an already quick trip (direct flights from Miami are just 2.5 hours) and the resort is just 30 minutes from Old San Juan.