Timeless luxury reborn at the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Built in 1919 by Frederick William Vanderbilt and originally designed by leading architectural firm Warren and Wetmore, whose work includes the New York Biltmore Hotel and Grand Central Station, the Vanderbilt in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was once an exclusive tropical vacation destination for royalty, heads of state, industry icons and Hollywood stars. The Condado Vanderbilt Hotel has been reimagined with elements of nostalgic luxury with modern-day amenities.
The 58 Commodore and 40 Biltmore Suites, situated in the hotel’s two Suite Towers, resemble private residences, many with dramatic ocean views. The one- and two-bedroom suites range from 750 to 1,500 square feet and have spacious living areas with 9-foot ceilings, European-style kitchens with granite countertops, African mahogany wood detailing and custom lighting.
The hotel’s terrace, spanning the oceanfront, provides a pathway to two new pool lounge areas situated on either side of the Suite Towers. The West Tower pool area features a 200-square-foot mirrored pool with a waterfall, surrounded by chaise lounges and private cabanas. A secondary infinity-edge pool is perched on the edge of the Atlantic. The East Tower pool lounge features three smaller-sized pools set amidst lush landscaping and surrounded by sections of chaise lounges with an intimate beach area on the cusp of the deck. Hotel guests also have access to a larger beach area adjacent to the hotel, outfitted with beach loungers and towels, tanning and cocktail service provided by beach butlers.
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