Las Casitas

Puerto Rico, Caribbean

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    Cliffside villa enclave within a top resort

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    Cliffside villa enclave within a top resort

Why we choose Las Casitas

Las Casitas is an enclave of private villas with sweeping ocean and rainforest views within El Conquistador Resort

  • Enjoy personalized butler service to attend your every whim
  • Three pool options include a gorgeous bahia azul infinity pool
  • It boasts a 35-slip private marina for easy, exclusive boat travel

It’s hard to talk about Las Casitas Village without talking about its sister property, El Conquistador Resort. Las Casitas is essentially a hotel within a hotel—like a small, ritzy compound with its own facilities but with access to El Conquistador, too. You see, Las Casitas guests can use the amenities of its sister property, but the reverse isn’t true. Nice, huh? If you want phenomenal privacy, stay on your own piece of this Waldorf Astoria property; if you want the benefits and options of a huge Caribbean resort, wander over to El Conquistador.

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We suggest

Depending on family size, the duplex rooms are spacious and a good option.

What you need to know about the hotel

Las Casitas is a cliff-side Puerto Rican resort with a long list of active—and inactive—choices

  • The onsite Coqui Water Park is a seaside water park with multiple pools, a lazy river and thrill rides for the whole family
  • Eating at Strip House is like sitting down to dinner at a Manhattan steakrestaurant, complete with seductive décor and ooh-la-la private dining
  • Arthur Hills Golf Course is an 18-hole, par-72 course with picturesque but challenging hills and bunkers, palm trees and perfectly manicured island flora

Intimate and boutique-like with upscale services, Las Casitas Village lies adjacent to sister property El Conquistador Resort on sunny Puerto Rico. Las Casitas’ style is modern elegance, featuring tropical accents combined with Spanish-Caribbean architecture. It offers 157 one- to three-bedroom luxury casitas (cottages), each of which is nicely equipped with a private balcony to take in the views. They’re spacious as well: even the one-bedrooms encompass 835 square feet. Families looking for a bit more space should look into the three-bedroom option, which includes a bathroom for every bedroom and a full kitchen. 

Thanks to neighboring El Conquistador Resort, you can choose from 23 restaurants, bars and lounges; seven pools; a water park; a private island; 18-hole golf course and the Waldorf Astoria Spa.

Where is it and what's nearby

Las Casitas has a truly unique location on Puerto Rico, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea

  • Palomino Island—the resort’s 100-acre private island—offers a beach resort, snorkeling and diving, and palm tree-dotted relaxation with on-call waiters
  • Scenic El Yunque National Rain Forest includes an impressive system of hiking trails, waterfall pools for dipping and an exhibit hall
  • Explore historic El Morro Fort and Fort San Cristóbal, overlooking the San Juan Bay entrance, featuring hidden passages and 60-foot ocean walls

Located on the northeastern tip of Puerto Rico near El Yunque Rain Forest, Las Casitas Village sits atop a 300-foot cliff standing guard over the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Though it feels secluded, it’s only four miles from the boutiques and attractions of downtown Fajardo and Las Croabas. The property includes facilities like a private marina and a world-class golf course, as well as easy access to water sports like diving, fishing and wind surfing. 

The island of Puerto Rico is full of both natural and historic wonders, including old forts, a century-old lighthouse, a tropical phosphorescent bay and one of the three largest cave parks in the world. There are also purely fun excursions, like a tour of the Bacardi Rum Distillery—the largest distillery in the world.

How to enjoy Puerto Rico

Latin rhythms, languid days and rum laced cocktails; Puerto Rico truly is a ‘rich port’, harboring a delicious melting pot of culture and history alongside some of the world’s most stunning beaches

  • Tour the Bacardi Distillery in Cataño before toasting your tour guide with a free-sample of the distillery’s world famous rum
  • Love coffee? Head to Yauco, known as El Pueblo del Café, where the town’s Alto Grande coffee enjoys the distinction of being among the world’s best
  • Choose a moonless night in Vieques to take to the water in Mosquito Bay and see the bioluminescence set the sea alight

Puerto Rico blends the very best of downtown Miami (sassy Hispanic attitude and stylish Art Deco) with the exotic allure of a tropical isle. One of the Caribbean’s Greater Antilles, the island boasts 270 miles of white sand beaches and enough Christopher Columbus history to make the Mayflower landings seem like only yesterday. Visit the 1539 El Morro fort or the 1523 church, Iglesia de San Jose, for culture that makes old town Boston look very modern.

For the ultimate Puerto Rico experience, head to downtown to Old San Juan and sample a local rum (Bacardi, Don Q, Barrilito), while the sunset adds a golden tinge to the brightly painted blue, orange, pink and green houses. Then as the evening slides inexorably into night, it will be time to get your dancing shoes on and succumb to one of the nation’s favorite pastimes: nightlife. The nation is the birthplace of piña colada, reggaetón and Ricky Martin. Enough said.

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    When to visit Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico enjoys 21 public holidays in addition to a myriad of local festivals to honor patron saints or celebrate carnivals in each town. So, no matter what time of the year you travel, you will only ever be a few days or miles away from a street party. Hurricane season runs from June to November.

  • You need to know

    The beach is a short boat ride away and can get fairly crowded.

  • A word from the hotel

    Try our new Puertorrican “antojitos” at Café Bella Vista while sipping a mojito with rum from Puerto Rico with views of the Caribbean Sea.
    Executive Chef, Miguel Santiago

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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Las Casitas, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Complimentary Full Buffet breakfast for two daily
  • US$75 Resort credit and complimentary health club access
  • Early check-in and late check-out upon availability
  • Upgrade upon availability

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