Comfort Inn & Suites
Del Valle Ave. 1829
Phone: (787) 641-9090
Fax: (787) 993-2555
This company has a sister complex nearby called the Rio Hondo 1-6 complex. It offers ten movie screens and several concession stands. Free-standing, its located in the parking area of the Rio Hondo Mall just in front of the other building. This one was built much more recently. Part of the successful Caribbean Cinema chain. Try the mall for their food court concessions.
Carribbean Cinemas at the Plaza del Sol, is a cinema fan's delight! This brand-new, huge movie house complex offers 14 screens. Concession stands are inside; but just outside the theater's doors you can eat to your heart's content in the mall's giant food court. The cinema has only the latest releases, with a good assortment in both English and Spanish. The complex is part of the Caribbean Cinemas chain.
A view of the San Juan Bay is one of the main features of this steak and seafood restaurant. Mike Fierro, the owner and chef makes an effort to personally welcome all his guests. Known for its theme nights, Wednesday is Mexican night; Thursday and Friday are Bohemian nights, and Sunday is 'Tríos' night. Morgan's décor features walls that are decorated with photographs of local landmarks. The menu offers a variety of meat dishes including t-bone steaks, filet mignon and veal chops. Also on the menu you will find chicken Marsala and paella.
One of the hottest spots in old San Juan, the Nuyorican Café is a great place to hang out. It is home to the new and up coming artists. The music scene here is worth a mention. You will find that this café sells records of the artists who perform live on a daily basis! They also host their own jazz festival of late. The atmosphere of this cafe is specifically Bohemian - wood-paneled chamber and great Latino music. All kinds of people visit the place for a taste of Puerto Rican culture, in all its glory and authenticity. Try out the grub here which is very delicious and easy on your pocket too. For a great, fun night out with your buddies, this is the place to go!
This movie complex is located inside the San Patricio Plaza and was built in recent years. Seats are ultra comfortable and the digital sound system is excellent. Frequented mostly by a young, teenage crowd, it offers eight screens showing first run Hollywood (and non-Hollywood!) films. Part of the extensive Caribbean Cinemas chain, the mall's food court is a few steps away from the theaters.
Remember the ornate, grand old movie houses? This is a classic example, a mid-century theater, which has been, restored several times and now offers three screens and concession stands. Today, its ultra-elegant lobby welcomes viewers and tempts them with nearby food stands. The complex is part of the Caribbean Cinemas chain, one of the largest in the region. The theatre shows the latest Hollywood releases.
Desto is an art space founded and run by Raquel Quijano, Omar Obdulio and Jason Mena. The Puerto Rican word Desto is a slang expression which means 'this and that'. Both artists and art lovers will enjoy exploring this compact gallery which displays a plethora of art forms. The ambiance maybe casual but the work done here is taken very seriously. Experimentation, innovation and eclectic combination of themes is what one will find here. The shows are full of surprises and minute details. This place is a must-visit for those who have an eye for art.
Take in a movie or two! Excellent theatre complex located in Plaza Las Américas, open seven days a week. Currently offers eight screens and of course, concession stands are ready to sell you lots of sweets and popcorn, and there's a nearby food court as well. The complex is one of the finest on the island and is part of the Caribbean Cinemas chain.
This award-winning architectural masterpiece in Santurce houses four theaters. Smallest is the European-style Café Teatro Sylvia Rexach presenting everything from stand-up comedians to jibaro jazz and dramatic monologues. The Carlos Marichal Experimental Theater's 210 seats are designed for theater-in-the-round and close-up performances. The René Marqués Hall is a 760-seat hall that permits full dramatic staging. The majestic Antonio Paoli Festival Hall is a 1,883-seat concert hall, home of the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra. Ballet, regional and international dance and theater troupes take turns on these stages. In February, many concerts from the Festival Casals de Puerto Rico take place in the various halls.
Was baptizad with the name of the missing baseball player "Roberto Clemente", died in a plane crash in the 72 year when wearing help to the victims of Nicaragua´s earthquake.
Hiram Bithorn Stadium is named after the first major leaguer from Puerto Rico who made it into the big league with the Cubs in 1943. This is Puerto Rico's largest baseball stadium. It's layered with artificial turf and has a seating capacity of 18,000. If you're feeling the San Juan heat, the private air-conditioned boxes should cool you off. Or sip on a Pina Colada, the choice of drink for baseball fans in the tropics!
The Tito Puente Amphitheatre is a hot spot for all kinds of upbeat music, conveniently located just south of Estadio Mun Hiram Bithorn in Parque Luis Muñoz Marin.