Ritz-Carlton, San Juan Offers Renovated Place to Stay in Puerto Rico

 

Photo courtesy of the Ritz-Carlton, San Juan

Clients looking for a tropical getaway have a newly refurbished place to stay in Puerto Rico. The Ritz-Carlton, San Juan has completed a multimillion dollar renovation of its 416 guestrooms and suites.

Designed by Jeffery Beers International, the new design showcases a palette of canary yellow with aqua blue details to highlight the color of Puerto Rico’s waters. Existing furniture pieces and soft goods have been refurbished with a chocolate brown finish and satin nickel decorative hardware. Rooms now feature a fully upholstered bed, desks with ergonomic chairs and new artwork.

To celebrate the renovation, the property is offering the “Comfort You” package, starting at $349 per night, featuring daily breakfast for two and a $100 daily resort credit. This offer is available through April 30, 2012.

Visit www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/SanJuan/Default.htm

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