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Marriott International Announces the Opening of Its First – Aloft Hotel in the Caribbean in Puerto Rico’s Vibrant Capital

The 177-Room San Juan Property Turns Up the Volume with its Loft Inspired Design, Multifunctional Spaces, and its Unique Connection to Technology and Entertainment.

Aloft Hotels, Marriott International’s innovation incubator brand for global travellers, today announced the opening of Aloft San Juan, the first Aloft hotel in the Caribbean. By mixing art, technology, and music, Aloft San Juan introduces a new social scene with a fresh approach that differentiates itself from the traditional hotel offering.

Aloft San Juan arrives in Puerto Rico as part of the expansion and growth of PRISA Group with Caribe Hospitality and managed by Marriott International. With 177 rooms, this vibrant new boutique hotel features a loft-inspired design that redefines modern travel. The property invites guests to experience effortless travels in the city of San Juan due to its ideal location near Isla Grande Airport and Miramar, Old San Juan.

“We are changing Puerto Rico’s hospitality landscape as the only hotel located within San Juan’s premiere entertainment destination, El Distrito, and first Aloft hotel on the island as well as in the Caribbean,” said Toni Stoeckl, Global Brand Leader, Aloft Hotels and Vice President, Distinctive Select Brands for Marriott International. “With 135 hotels in the pipeline, we are proud of the global growth and demand of our design-driven Aloft brand.”

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