Mayagüez is the Island’s third largest city. Its elegant plaza has a stone walk, fountain, benches and a statue of Christopher Columbus on a globe pedestal. On the west side of the plaza is the impressive ...
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We offer the finest accommodations in Mayagüez.
Cable TV, phones, wireless Internet access and suites.
Only 2 miles from the downtown Historic District.
5 minutes from Mayagüez Airport. Golf is 15 minutes away.
8 miles from Boquerón Beach.(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Business Center, Casinos, Health/Exercise Facilities, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, Meeting Facilities, PRTC Endorsed, Pool, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms, Suites
Located in one of Mayagüez's landmark 1902 buildings.
Historical photographs decorate our interior.
Fully renovated with telephones, wireless DSL & cable TV.
Panoramic elevator to the rooftop terrace.
In the center of Mayagüez.(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Internet WiFi, PRTC Endorsed, Pool, Rooms, Suites
We are a premier business and leisure resort.
International standard-10,000 sq/ft Casino, open 24/7.
Themed Rock Work Multi-Level Pool w/slide.
Sweeping Lazy River & Snack Bar.
Near the business center, UPR & Mayagüez airport.(expand)
Info: Air conditioned, Business Center, Casinos, Cruise Ship Specials, Health/Exercise Facilities, Honeymoon Packages, Internet WiFi, Meeting Facilities, PRTC Endorsed, Pool, Restaurants/Clubs, Rooms, Suites, Tennis
Calle Santiago Riera Palmer # 78, Esq. Calle IglesiaMayagüezPR
An eclectic gallery of arts in a colonial style home. Here you can find a display of fine arts. The house may be used for book presentations, exhibitions, and intimate parties. Please visit us on the Internet for other events.(expand)
The renovation of the the Catedral (originally constructed in 1760) was finished in 2004. During the renovation, several crypts were discovered beneath the floor of the Catedral where many of the city's founding fathers were buried.(expand)
Free admission. Open house second Tuesday of each month at 8pm during the school year. June and July open for educators workshops and summer camp, closed during July. Daytime group visits may be made by appointment.(expand)
This festival celebrates the mango with various recipe contests that use this fruit as an ingredient. There are exhibitions of varieties of mangoes, music by several bands, dance classes and more.(expand)