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Our first Celebrity Night with Braulio Castillo and Myraida Chaves was a success! We are very happy to announce this event will keep on going every three months at Caribar.

Our next celebrities are Sonya Cortes, Bebo Adames & Miguel Morales, “La X” broadcasters. Stay tuned for more details.

SAL and Caribar present Celebrity Nights at Caribe Hilton. Enjoy live music and discover the signature drinks created by our local celebrities. Admission is free and you’ll get a 15% off everything you consume during the event when you pay with your VISA.
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Back in 1948 during Caribe Hilton's construction.
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1 San Geronimo Street San Juan, PR 00901
1 San Geronimo StreetUSPRSan Juan00901
+1 787-721-0303hilton.com
Hotel, Beach Resort
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The historic & iconic Caribe Hilton has been dazzling guests since 1949. Set on 17 acres with a secluded beach & near top attractions, the hotel is home to Caribar, the birthplace of the Piña Colada.
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High-end resort with multiple dining options, plus private beach access & a spa.- Google
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2 weeks ago
I gave it 2 stars because it's clean. I think I would probably rate all US hotels in Puerto Rico the same because they really do the trap-trick. They charge an almost reasonable rate to stay, but then kill you with hundreds of dollars of service fees, parking fees, etc etc. The beach is like many others, dirty water; but you can walk for 5 minutes to the nearby public beach and enjoy clean fresh water. The food? I refused to eat at the onsite restaurants. 100 dollars just for breakfast??? The workers? Most are great. It's probably a tough job serving to thousands of guests daily that think they are God's gift to the Caribbean. Policy? They will gladly sell you alcohol at the outside bar, but won't allow you to walk to their private beach with a can of beer. If I return to Puerto Rico I will research traditional hotels that don't have the one and only goal of scratching every penny out of guests.
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Brad Tanner
a month ago
We arrived at 1am exhausted and found a single check in person an 2 people in front of us. Any other time a delay of 20 minutes [despite a queue of only 3 people] to check in would probably be no big deal. We could have checked out the cool pool, potentially. Luckily a second staff member finally showed up and the slow person clogging the queue was able to be served. But even that wasn't enough to ding the place a star. I was able to check in in less than a minute. But a hotel like this needs a way to self-check in, grab help quickly, or ask a slow customer to hold on a second (like they do on the phone) and see if they can quickly help the poor person behind them who is slowly drooping. I've been the clog in the queue before, I don't mind when they quickly help the person behind me. Absolutely everyone at the hotel was friendly and helpful. The room was spotless and had a great view of the ocean. The ocean was pleasant (or wavy if that what you want) and the pool pretty cool. Nice nature area with a peacock and other birds. And best of a Quizno's on site. Why is this good? With 4 kids to feed, I didn't want to wander too far or pay a lot of money. This hit the spot. It's a $15 cab fare to the Castillo San Felipe del Morro [about as close as you can get for this kind of hotel].
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Dawn Jones
2 months ago
the hotel needs a lot repairs. the adjacent room the guest was able to walk in our room while i was naked. the hotel moved me to another room but i felt that more should have been done. its hard to find quality in hotels nowadays.
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Rick Brown
3 months ago
Arrived early and they checked us right in, no hassle. We stayed at the Tower, the older section. The room was ok, a bit dated with some stains on the carpet and the furniture looked old. Other than that the room was clean, bed was comfortable, and we had a super balcony view from the 15th floor, overlooking the ocean and the inlet beach area. The breakfast was awesome, the Italian Restaurant - ok, but not authentic Italian, the Pina Colada restaurant has the best nachos! We did book a tour of the Rain Forest through this hotel and was extremely disappointed of a lame tour. We talked to others that got to see a lot more for less money. Was def not happy with this. Would we stay again, yes. The workers were very friendly and the stay was nice. Other than being a bit pricey all around, it was a nice stay.
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Franco M
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This place sucks for an expensive and fancy hotel. I visited a friend that was staying here and she told me that they charged her for parking a day. No complimentary breakfast. The private pool and beach are full of morons that shouldn't be around people. The hotel should have a rule that you can't bring your own damn music. Nobody wants to be on vacation listening to ghetto music especially when your in a spanish island. You can't bring your own outside food because they want you to buy theirs from the shop's inside the hotel bulls**t. I would never go to this hotel nor recommend it to anybody.
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Jessica Sotomayor
2 months ago
I typically enjoy boutique style hotels to guarantee exceptional, personalized service and unique amenities. Coming from DC and traveling for work I'm no stranger to paying around $300 for a hotel room. After staying at La Concha in March 2015 and the Caribe in March 2015 I think I understand where the bad reviews are coming from. I stayed because of the Puerto Rico Marathon deal, Hilton is the HQ hotel and offered for $200 a night. This was a steal, I recommend any marathon runner or supporter to stay at this well priced perfectly located hotel. Both La Concha and the Caribe were unable to grant early check in until 3 PM. However at the Caribe there are bathrooms and changing rooms to use before your room is available. The bathrooms are large and very clean. The changing rooms are large, private, and functional. La Concha has no lounge/changing rooms and the lobby bathroom they did offer was FILTHY. The Hilton offered us free guest wifi to use until we were actually guests. Then you have to pay $12.00 a day for decent wifi. La Concha offers complimentary high speed access once you are a guest. The Caribe has an impressive lobby. There is an Italian restaurant and an Asian style restaurant within the hotel. There is also a Morton's and Lemongrass restaurant. Large bar inside the lobby is only open at night, and a Starbucks and sitting areas. The views are exceptional of their private beach from all of the Restaurants except the Asian one, which gives you a view of their garden. The Caribe's outside is hands down the best I saw in San Juan. They have their private beach with lounging areas. There are canopy beds on a grass level overlooking the beach and water for $100 a day. My favorite were the hammocks set up on a beach area overlooking their 2nd Starbucks in the pool area and beach. They have a large sun bathing deck around the pool with comfy bed style lounges and plenty of pool sq footage. There are tennis courts and an amazingly well equipped gym. The Caribe has an excellent set up for the mornings. There are two main options for breakfast a la carte or buffet. We chose the larger more expensive buffet every time, unless you're trying to save money by using your voucher in the Italian restaurant buffet set up I strongly urge you to veer left and go to the buffet with beautiful views of the ocean and spacious layout. We stayed on the 5th floor in a A king room with balcony ocean facing. We had a great view of the pool, the hammocks, the beach, the sun bathing deck, the fort to the hotels left, the outdoor seating to the restaurant below, and the ocean. The Caribe room is outdated, the Concha wins in this category hands down. The Caribe shower is a tub that resembles a motel in DC, you don't even want to step in barefoot! A poorly placed AC vent is blowing directly on you in the shower!!! There is no ventilation fan in the bathroom. The bathroom is a sliding door that does not lock or fully close, so I hope you have a very open relationship!! The bathroom is spacious enough to spread out your toiletries- which I hope you brought bc no cotton balls or cotton ear swabs are provided. The telephones are archaic! There is no iPhone dock let alone an iPhone dock compatible for the iPhone 6. There is mold like residue on the door and railings, which is bc its next to sea water - I GET THAT. But it's not an excuse to have that type of condition. Seriously. The only thing the Hilton has over La Concha in room design is well placed outlets for bedside charging. The Hilton is located on its own Peninsula island so a $15 cab ride is required to get to any store/ Old San Juan/New San Juan. There are the options of renting a bike or walking. The concierge service is very knowledgeable and will help you out!! I highly recommend the Caribe Hilton experience.
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Amelia Bein
3 months ago
Why does your pool and beach close at night. People expect to be on vacation and have a late night swim . That is so stupid. You make enough money to hire a life gaurd late at night. Smfh that's why you are not a 5 star hotel ! The only downfall ! Besides being ridiculous expensive! That's why I go to local spots to get all the liquor cuz yall wanna charge 15$ for a small ass Pina colada 9 dollars a beer . Ridiculous! Smh
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HowardU Grad
3 weeks ago
THE BEST HOTEL IN PR...I HAD AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE...THE GARDEN WAS A PLUS.