Jeffery Beers renovates El San Juan Hotel, eyes Feb. 2017 reopening

Within 2017, the hotel will introduce spa and fitness facilities, and curated restaurant concepts in newly designed venues.

Puerto Rico's El San Juan Hotel is slated to reopen as part of Curio – A Collection by Hilton on February 5, 2017. Following a property-wide renovation—one of the most extensive completed at the property since its inception in 1958—the reopening will debut a new look designed by Jeffery Beers. 

The upgraded will have completely remodeled guestrooms, a new pool, 22 luxury cabanas, a new fitness center and spa facilities, new meeting spaces, new restaurants, upgraded shops and a modernized lobby.

The front of the hotel now has a custom-made sculpture designed by local artist, Luis Torruella, who designed an eight-foot sphere that floats in a pool of water.

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The property is also looking to have more outlets that will open throughout 2017. During the course of the year, the hotel will introduce spa and fitness facilities, and curated restaurant concepts in newly designed venues, including Caña by Juliana Gonzalez. 

Hilton currently has a portfolio of nearly 20 hotels and resorts open in the Caribbean. The company has a pipeline of nearly 10 hotels throughout the region.

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