A boutique all-inclusive resort is opening in Humacao, on the east coast of Puerto Rico.
Candelero Beach Resort will be the island’s first new all-inclusive resort when it debuts in January. Although Puerto Rico has resorts with all-inclusive packages, many have been closed since Hurricane Maria, and the Dreams all-inclusive resort that’s slated to open on the island has been delayed until 2020.
Formerly Wyndham Garden Palmas del Mar, the Spanish-style resort has undergone a complete transformation.
The resort features 107 guest rooms; eight restaurants, including a wood-fired pizzeria and a ceviche bar; an adults-only infinity pool; a family pool with lazy river; and tons of activities ranging from golf to sailing.
Rooms with all-inclusive rates at Candelero Beach Resort include all meals and snacks, unlimited drinks (house brands for alcoholic beverages), all taxes and gratuities, and parking for one car.