Caribe Hilton to complete $150M restoration in May

Caribe Hilton to complete $150 million restoration in May.
Park Hotels & Resorts, which owns Caribe Hilton, worked with P3 Design Collective, a design firm based in Virginia, to redesign the resort. Photo credit: Caribe Hilton

Puerto Rico's Caribe Hilton is slated to complete a $150-million restoration this May.

Park Hotels & Resorts, which owns Caribe Hilton, worked with P3 Design Collective, a design firm based in Virginia, to redesign the resort. The hotel's updated look is influenced by the culture, colors and history of San Juan.

The property will renovate all guestrooms and suites, F&B concepts, fitness center, spa, tennis center and landscaping. The 65,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor event space will also be modernized.

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Pablo Torres is the general manager of Caribe Hilton.

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