Paradores in Puerto Rico

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In Puerto Rico, Paradores are small Inns similar to bed and breakfasts.

These charming inns are scattered around the island countryside outside the main metropolitan area of San Juan. They are known for the hospitality, affordable rates, exotic locations, and traditional Puerto Rican cuisine.


In Puerto Rico for an Inn to be considered a Parador it has to be a privately owned hotel participating in a special government program. This program assures a certain level of quality in the service, location, cuisine, and quality of the place.

Currently there are 23 of these Inns in Puerto Rico, with the biggest concentration around the west coast of the island.

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