InterContinental has reopened its Puerto Rico resort following a multimillion-dollar renovation project.
The InterContinental San Juan, set in the Puerto Rico capital’s beachfront neighborhood of Isla Verde, underwent renovations to all of its rooms, suites and club rooms.
The 398-room property also received a redesigned lobby, along with dining and outdoor spaces.
“We are thrilled to unveil the reimagined InterContinental San Juan, which has been a labor of love as we sought to update the resort while staying true to the local culture and personality of the city,” said Michael Herrmann, general manager of the InterContinental San Juan. “The revitalized resort offers contemporary amenities for today’s traveler while welcoming back guests with familiar faces, serving up our brand of Puerto Rican hospitality.”
Boston’s Parker-Torres Design led the interior redesign, while San Juan-based 3MG-PR led the redesign of the lobby and other common spaces.
The InterContinental is also adding a new “Akua Spa,” set to open in February.
For more, visit the InterContinental San Juan.