San Juan Beach Hotel unveils $2.3M makeover

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Jorge Vélez, front desk manager of the San Juan Beach Hotel addresses members of the media Thursday.

Jorge Vélez, front desk manager of the San Juan Beach Hotel addresses members of the media Thursday.

The San Juan Beach Hotel in Condado unveiled its $2.3 million makeover Thursday, that included renovating its rooms, and redesigning the lobby and common areas to offers a new look and affordable prices to local and international customers.

“Today we’re pleased to relaunch the San Juan Beach Hotel’s new facilities and operations and present its improved facilities in time for the new tourist season,” said hotel proprietor Luis Carreras. “Today the San Juan Beach Hotel in Condado is one of the best alternatives in the area for a family vacation, business trips or simply to enjoy the area’s attractions.”

The remodeled property on Ashford Avenue integrates modern updates, including adopting light colors to highlight open areas and redesigning the lobby using minimalist and modern furniture, and large potted plants. The facade was completely redone using colors that accentuate the hotel’s attributes.

“Floors were replaced, gardens were renovated, common areas were created, all while keeping the guest’s comfort in mind,” Carreras said.

The 96-room hotel features two pools, a restaurant — The Perurrican — and a Cold Stone Ice Cream shop adjacent to the lobby. A clothing boutique and a car rental round out the list of guest amenities.

As part of its renewed image, the San Juan Beach Hotel is collaborating with more than a dozen businesses in the Condado area to offer visiting tourists and local families a wide selection of products, services and entertainment options.

“The goal of this union of wills is to start working together on strategies that highlight the attributes and experiences that the heart of Condado can offer collectively to all visitors,” he concluded.

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