Puerto Rico hotel reopens with design from Jean Marc Houmard, Lisa Masters

Tres Sirenas reopened in Rincon, Puerto Rico following 10 months of closure due to Hurricane Maria. Jean Marc Houmard from Indochine in New York City and Tribal Hotel in Nicaragua, and Lisa Masters were both involved in the property’s redesign.

The Spanish Colonial hotel has five accommodations, all with panoramic ocean views and private verandahs. Each guestroom is decorated in a coastal, Bohemian style, and have complimentary WiFi, AC, LED flat screen TV, mini fridge, coffee maker and microwave.

The Seaview Suite and Penthouse have full kitchens and master bathrooms.

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The outdoor common areas have ample space and privacy with pool, beachfront cabana beds and a newly constructed yoga deck surrounded by tropical gardens, palm trees and an almond tree that anchors the property.

In addition, guests can also experience the “Siren”-inspired boutique, La Vida Sirena, situated on the property and is within walking distance to town, restaurants and water sports.

Rincon, Puerto Rico is accessible via a direct flight from JFK & Newark airports to Aguadilla, which is a 40-minute drive to this oceanfront property.

Photo credit: Tres Sirenas Beach Inn

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