Puerto Rico all-inclusive resorts

Puerto Rico all-inclusive resortsThe Copamarina Beach Resort, located at Guanica on Puerto Rico’s south-western shore is the first resort on the island to offer an all-inclusive packages. Guest rooms and villas are decorated in a Caribbean style and all have either a sea view or a view overlooking the lush gardens.

Standard equipment includes flat screen TV and coffee makers, while wireless internet access is available throughout the resort. While many guests will be happy to lounge pool side or make use a Jacuzzi, or simply dry off on the half mile sand beach after swimming in the warm Caribbean water, there is also a fitness room and spa available for guests.

There you can have a relaxing massage or body treatment designed you to ease away all your stresses and bring you back to a perfect state of relaxation.

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If you’re feeling more energetic you might like to participate in watersports such as kayaking or take out one of the peddle boats. Other activities include tennis and volleyball. For an additional fee you might like to play a round of golf at the Hilton Ponce Golf and Casino Resort, where you get preferential rates.

Other paid activities available to you are scuba diving. Here there are more than 60 species of fish with the advantage that no other dive operator operates regularly in this stretch of water. All levels of diver are catered for from beginners upwards, so this could be the ideal time to take your dive certification. Snorkeling is also available and the resort can supply all equipment necessary if required.

Other activities nearby include the bioluminescent bay at La Parguera, which is particularly impressive on moonless nights; when you disturb the plankton in the water it gives off an eerie glow. You can also go whale watching as these great beasts of the sea migrate off Rincon in the first few months of the year, or visit the nearby Guanica Dry Forest.

Dine in either the Alexandra, the resort’s main restaurant offering a Puerto Rican take on nouvelle cuisine, while the Las Palmas Café is a more casual al fresco restaurant and bar with some great food too. Both restaurants cater for kids and vegetarians.

Copamarina beach Resort’s all-inclusive vacation packages include breakfast and lunch at the Las Palmas Café. Depending on the package chosen, dinner in served in either Las Palmas café or the main dining room, the Alexandra, which features a. Guests are also provided with soft drinks and juices, the house wine and other alcoholic beverages as well as non-motorised water sports.

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Also check out the following resorts:

El Conquistador

Rio Mar Beach Resort

Caribe Hilton

Intercontinental San Juan

Four Points Resort & Casino

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