The surroundings and views from so many different (locations) are absolutely breathtaking. After a week stay I was still awe struck about the beauty of this spot. It is one of the Caribbean’s most attractive, lavish, and extravagant resorts. This awesome resort is regarded as one of the best in the Caribbean
Wyndham El Conquistador is not an All Inclusive and doesn't come cheap but the food and accommodations are well worth the money spent. This is definitely for the discerning traveler.
This resort is family orientated yet there are secluded wonderful spots to find romance and time alone. A glass-enclosed funicular travels from the top of the cliff to the water’s edge, transporting guests to their choice of four distinct resort environments:
The Grand Hotel’s two wings, Las Brisas and La Vista , encircle the lobby shops, restaurants, casino, and main pool complex. Las Casitas Village—The AAA Five-Diamond resort-within-a-resort features 157 butler-attended villas. La Marina Village which is patterned after a Mediterranean fishing village with cobblestone streets and little shops where guests enjoy casual living in 144 rooms. Las Olas Village is an elegant retreat carved into the side of the cliff
Dining Among the resort’s 14 restaurants and lounges include: Isabella’s—Steaks and seafood in a setting from old Spain with glorious ocean views Casa de Langosta—Traditional lobster and seafood restaurant Blossom’s—You’ll find the great cuisine’s of China and Japan Otello’s—Northern Italian trattoria overlooking the cliff tops from both Indoors and outdoors dining areas
Lounges Bar 21—A sports bar in the casino Drake’s Cigar Bar—Club like setting with billiards Amigos—Lobby bar with dancing Casablanca Night Club—Music and dancing in a room (inspired) by the classic film
Six sparkling swimming pools—pools with water slide, volleyball net, and swim-up bar in the main complex; private pools in each of the three villages.
Palomino Island is a 100-acre private island accessible by water taxi from the marina every 15 minutes, features unspoiled beaches with a water sports center, nature trails, and horseback riding There are some wood walkways to get close to the beach and a grass areas adjacent to the main beach.
The Arthur Hills Championship 18-hole golf course is a beautiful course and the club house is a great spot for little relaxing. You’ll also find seven lighted day-and-night tennis courts, including a stadium court And you will always find a little action at the 13,000-square-foot casino
The kids enjoy the supervised youth program for children over the age of 4
Delight the mind. body and spirit . escape to the world renowned Golden Door Spa—25,000 square feet with 25 treatment rooms. Just enjoy some real pampering time. This is a haven for rejuvenation!
Meetings El Conquistador’s 70,000 square feet of meeting space located in its own three-story wing can accommodate up to 2,500 attendees, and includes: the Grand Caribbean Ballroom adjacent to a 16,000- square-foot foyer and terrace, three junior ballrooms and 19 additional meeting and boardrooms round out this area.
Getting There Just 45 minutes from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport.
What a guest said, "We stayed here for our honeymoon and had a wonderful time. There were lots of things to do, or absolutely nothing to do. The beach and the pool were great places to do nothing at all. The food was wonderful, too. Isabella's was the best, but all were great. Service was outstanding!"
El Conquistador... was truly mesmerizing! The gardens, view, decor, sun, food, many activities and friendly ambience provided a relaxing, rejuvenating and very special vacation
El Conquistador, everything to Everybody:
Resort & Country Club Wyndham El Conquistador 1000 El Conquistador Ave. Las Croabas, Puerto Rico 00738 Phone: 787-863-1000 Fax: 787-863-6500
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