The Cool Pool of the Week: San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino 

Whether Millennials are looking to unwind or wind up during their stay in Puerto Rico, the pool at the San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is the perfect place. 

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino’s pool can more than accommodate if you want to relax at the two-level pool, surrounded by palm trees and sun loungers, just steps away from the Atlantic. 


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Millennials can continue to find their zen at the poolside pop-up massage station or with a yoga class on the poolside terrace with tropical views of the pool, beach and ocean. Millennials looking for a little more action can paddle over to the swim-up bar for a mojito made from Puerto Rican rum. We were told the resort’s signature "Dragonberry Mojito" is a must to try. Clients can also cool off with a treat from the poolside gelato cart, stocked with favorite and new monthly flavors. 

For a fun way to get a taste of Puerto Rico, tell clients to join “Guavate in San Juan” on the last Friday of every month on the pool terrace for $25 - an authentic pig roasting with all the works and an open bar - or grab some friends and book your own private lechon experience. 

Millennials can also rent a complimentary GoPro from the poolside activities station. After a day in the Caribbean sun, clients can enjoy a flavorful, hearty meal at La Vista under the stars and then head to the resort’s lobby bar, Red Coral Lounge, a local hotspot for salsa dancing and live music. 

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