The Caribbean Islands are world famous for their luxurious beachfront resorts, casinos and hotels, and the beach resorts in Puerto Rico rank among the best in the region. All across the island's shores, you'll find exquisite resorts just waiting to show you what Puerto Rico has to offer. As you would expect, most Puerto Rico resorts are aligned on or near the top beaches. Cities like San Juan, Rincon, Dorado, Vieques and Fajardo are where you'll find the majority of them.
San Juan has great accommodations in resorts like the Intercontinental Resort and the always flashy San Juan Marriott Resort - equipped with its own casino and looking out onto the glory that is Condado Beach (one of San Juan's best), beach resorts in Puerto Rico don't get much better than this. The San Juan Marriott Resort also has the Stellaris Casino attached if you want a little more excitement on your vacation, while also including some of the city's high-class restaurants.
The city of Dorado, just west of the capital, is home to a number of beach resorts in Puerto Rico that cater specifically for golfers, not to mention being well-known as one of the choice locations for fishing on the island. Here you'll find the Dorado del Mar Beach and Golf Resort, offering unlimited play for guests on the astounding courses on the premises, and also the Hyatt Dorado Beach Resort and Country Club, which has everything you could want, for a slightly more affordable price. It is also one of the Puerto Rico resorts most geared towards providing for traveling families.
All inclusive resorts in Puerto Rico have yet to really catch on. There's really only one, as of now, the tongue-challenging Paradisus Puerto Rico Sol Melia All-Inclusive Resort. The Aztec designs and splendid villas with private terraces and pools are more than enough to make up for the awkward name, though. With enormous rooms and a helpful staff, it's just a matter of time before more all inclusive resorts make their way to the island, but they'll be hard pressed to top this one.
On Vieques Island, you'll find one of the top Puerto Rico resorts in W Vieques-Martineau Bay. Trendy, upscale and nearby the island's famed bioluminescent bay, and features its own cadre of jeeps for guests to rent - few resorts in Puerto Rico encourage independent travel like this one. So you are not relegated to the resort grounds, you can get out and explore the wonders of nature that Vieques Island has to offer.
Rincon is not just for surfers, and at Rincon Beach Resort is an amazing show of opulence and grandeur. A charismatic high rise, this exclusive resort has a wealth of rooms overlooking the ocean, and has a surprisingly intimate feel despite its widespread appeal. Like many Puerto Rico resorts on the western edge of the island, the Rincon Beach Resort offers special turtle and whale watching programs for guests during the respective creature's prime viewing months.