It’s all in the details at this classic Caribbean resort in San Juan. Book sightseeing tours, exchange currency and more.
Caribe Hilton offers a host of services to make your stay comfortable and convenient. Whether it’s business services or tour tickets – we’ve got you covered. Need something? Text us at (787) 489-5422 for assistance any time of day.
Pick up a snack from the resort’s snack shop and convenience store, or take a piece of San Juan home with you, courtesy of Caribe Hilton’s gift shop.
At Caribe Hilton, a family vacation is just that – a vacation for the entire family. Here, kids receive their own special VIP treatment and access to daily games and activities; just check-in at the Towel Stand (open from 8:00AM until 6:00PM). The Hotel pools, and the secluded beach/hammock garden are open daily from 7:00AM until 9:00PM.
It’s important to us that each Guest is given appropriate information to make their stay as comfortable as possible. For questions and additional details, please contact the Hotel to speak with one of our helpful Team Members.
As a positively paradise oasis set at the gateway to historic Old San Juan, we are delighted to welcome you to the ever-iconic Caribe Hilton, and appreciate your adherence to our dress code. During the day, we encourage casual, comfortable and appropriate resort attire. In the lobby and restaurants, shirts or a cover-up are required and bare feet are not permitted. In the evening, our atmosphere transforms into resort elegant. For your comfort and those around you, we appreciate your support of this stylish and tropical standard. The resort reserves the right to refuse admission.
The Hotel facilities are 100% non-Smoking.
Children 18 years of age and younger stay free in their parent’s room when using existing bedding.
Pets are not allowed on the resort. Caribe Hilton is able to welcome guests and their service animals as outlined in Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This is defined as any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Tasks performed can include, among other things, pulling a wheelchair, retrieving dropped items, alerting a person to a sound, reminding a person to take medication, or pressing an elevator button.