Located in the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, Pikayo is one of the most well known restaurants on the island, and rightfully so. Chef Wilo Benet leads ... More
Located in the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, Pikayo is one of the most well known restaurants on the island, and rightfully so. Chef Wilo Benet leads a team that creates some simply exquisite dishes. Pikayo fuses classic French, Caribbean Creole and California nouvelle cuisine with definite Puerto Rican flair, to offer an impressive array of complex, but delicious concoctions. The decor is smartly contemporary, with lots of black-and-white accents that gives Pikayo a New York deli ambiance.
Walk down Tanca Street—a small, narrow street, and in a pink colonial building you'll find this pleasant eatery. Of course
it's hard to miss, because the thumping beats give away Noise much before you actually enter the club. Being ...
In 1523, shortly after San Juan was founded, Dominican friars established the Dominican Convent. It was the first convent in
Puerto Rico, and it provided shelter to women and children during Caribbean attacks. The Friars lived there until 1838, ...
This popular, eclectic restaurant is located in the glamorous Magdalena Avenue and attracts an upscale clientele. Service has its problems
sometimes, but is generally good, taking into consideration the huge crowds that flock this fashionable establishment. The menu features ...
*Terms & Conditions: Savings calculation is based on Flight + Hotel vacation package bookings for a 3 month period for 2 adults with a 2+ night length of stay compared to price of the same components if booked separately during same period. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, travel dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.