What is a Parador?
Paradores are “Country Inns”. At a parador you will see Puerto Rico in a very special and different way. Paradores are small, cozy and the service is very personalized to each guest. Paradores are very different from the big chain hotels in Puerto Rico and the location is away from all the crowds and traffic of the metro area in Puerto Rico.
Why stay at a Parador?
Paradores are small inns typically managed and owned by locals. In order for each of these properties to carry the name “Parador” they must be approved by the Puerto Rican Tourism Company. If you want to see the more relaxed side of Puerto Rico, consider staying at one of the following Paradores. Puerto Rico offers paradores near the sea, in town or in the countryside.
Here is a list of Paradores in Puerto Rico divided into beachside, coastside, in town or on the countryside.
Beachside Paradores of Puerto Rico
Bahia Salinas – Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Parador Mauna Caribe, Maunabo, Puerto Rico
Parador Villa Antonio, Rincon, Puerto Rico
Joyuda Beach – WestVillas del Mar Hau – North
In Town Paradores of Puerto Rico
Parador El Faro, Aguadilla, PR
- El Sol – West / Porta del Sol
- La Cima – West / Porta del Sol
- Pichi’s – South
Coastside Paradores of Puerto Rico
Parador Boquemar – Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Parador Costa del Mar, Yabucoa, Puerto Rico
Parador Palmas de Lucia, Yabucoa, Puerto Rico
Parador El Buen Cafe, Hatillo, Puerto Rico
Parador Perichis – Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Parador Vistamar, Quebradillas, Puerto Rico
Caribbean Paradise – South Coast – EastEl Guajataca – North Fajardo Inn Palmas de Lucía Perichi’s – West Posada Porlamar – West Villa del Mar – South Villa Parguera – South Vistamar – North