Comingle in the Caribbean at 4 Renovated Resorts

Curacao Marriott Beach Resort

The newly renovated resort features 328 guest rooms and more than 51,000 sq. ft. of event space, including a 10,000-square-foot outdoor oceanfront venue. The hotel resides on 6 acres of property on the Caribbean waterfront, just 15 minutes from Hato International Airport (CUR) and a few miles from the island’s capital, Willemstad. One of several signature dining concepts, restaurant C-Spice features the flavors and dishes of the region with a bit of European influence, reflecting the island’s cultural history.

InterContinental San Juan, Puerto Rico

The property reopens its doors in January 2020 after a multimillion-dollar renovation, including full updates to its 398 guest rooms, club rooms and suites. Its location in the capital city, near golden sands, means the waves are rarely out of sight. Special to events planned here is InterContinental’s Insider Collection, offering programs, activities and spaces to customize your rendezvous. Insider Collection partners with National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations to offer localized itineraries that benefit and celebrate the hotel’s surrounding culture while providing experiences for your attendees, including an equestrian dinner, an event in the rainforest and a Puerto Rican coffee tasting.

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino

Host any magnitude of event—from a company gala to a private retreat—in this property’s 33,000 sq. ft. of meetings space, across beachfronts and ballrooms, poolsides and palapas. The 359 guest rooms feature contemporary style and balcony ocean or garden views. Regardless of the kind of business being done in Aruba by guests, the end of the day promises a respite with too-fun-to-miss amenities, such as a multilevel pool with a waterslide and nightly live entertainment in Hyatt Regency Casino.

The Resort at Coco Beach, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

This Hyatt-affiliated hotel is soon to be rebranded as Hyatt Regency Resort at Coco Beach, following brand upgrades. The resort sits on the coast in Rio Grande, just miles from tropical El Yunque National Forest, where guest activities can include hiking or ziplining through the lush rainforest, or golfing nearby on one of two PGA championship golf courses. Indoors, the resort boasts more than 31,000 sq. ft. of function space, consisting of four ballrooms and multiple breakout rooms, and 579 renovated suites.

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