Puerto Rico’s Tres Sirenas Reopens in Rincon


By the Caribbean Journal staff

One of the more popular place to stay on the west coast of Puerto Rico has reopened its doors.

The Tres Sirenas boutique hotel in the surf town of Rincon has officially relaunched, a year after Hurricane Maria.

The boutique oceanfront property, the brainchild of founders Lisa Masters and Wanda Acosta, has a total of five rooms, including a premier villa unit.

Rincon has long been Puerto Rico’s most bohemian destinations, with an old-school Caribbean vibe and a culture focused on the ocean.

For more, visit Tres Sirenas.

— CJ