The vice-presidential suite’s bedroom has two full-sized beds and an en-suite full bathroom.
The San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino officially unveiled this weekend its renovated vice-presidential and junior suites, which at a cost of $500,000 feature contemporary designs and spectacular views of San Juan and the Atlantic Ocean.
Located on the 21st floor of the hotel, the vice-presidential suite spans 1,094 square feet comprising a living and dining area, a bar, a bedroom featuring two full-sized beds, and two full baths.
That suite connects with the 581 square-foot junior suite, which features a living room and separate bedroom outfitted with a king-sized bed and full bath. The sleek decorations in both rooms are the brainchild of Puerto Rican designer Jorge Roselló, Marriott officials said.
The iconic Condado hotel is ringing in 2016 with a new dining menu at its beachfront La Vista Latin Grill restaurant designed by Chef Cesare Biancalana. Options include a variety of Puerto Rican-inspired appetizers, seafood, a number of different salads, as well as pasta and meats.
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