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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

1055 Ashford Ave, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico
| +1 787-721-5500
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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel San Juan  Puerto Rico

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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

Built in 1919, the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel is a Spanish Revival landmark, perched majestically above the Atlantic Ocean. From its opulent lobby to its luxurious guestrooms, the property fuses its storied past—it’s hosted everyone from European and Hollywood royalty to captains of industry—with distinctly modern amenities, making for one of San Juan’s best stays. Spread over a historic building and two towers, the 212 guestrooms feature stone-topped vanities, French windows, and ocean views, while the 107 suites include separate sitting and dining areas, L-shaped balconies, and 24-hour butler service. At the beach club and four pools, guests can also look forward to cabanas, personal butlers to bring refreshments, and assistance from a tanning and hydration specialist.

When hunger strikes, the Vanderbilt is prepared with three different dining options. Hit Tacos & Tequila for escabeche pork tacos and Patron margaritas; Ola Oceanfront Bistro for Puerto Rican cuisine and water views; or, if you’re in the mood to splurge, 1919 Restaurant for sophisticated fare by Michelin-starred chef Juan Jose Cuevas. Also on-site is VC Lounge for expertly mixed cocktails, Marabar Martini Bar and Lounge for live jazz, Veritas Wine and Cognac Bar for rare vintages, and Avo Lounge for fine cigars. When you need to detox, head to the spa for indoor–outdoor treatments, rainforest showers, and hammam rituals.