San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino Wraps Big Renovation

Marriott International reports that it has just wrapped a major renovation project of the San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. The revamp included a makeover of a number of the property’s guestrooms, as well as the launch of a new restaurant. 

In the resort’s Cabana Tower, the project saw 123 rooms get a refresh. The rooms now have wood-like floors, which Marriott says affords them a sleeker and more modern feel, as well as new furniture and redesigned bathrooms. 

The project also added a new restaurant, the Gingambo Restaurant. Open for breakfast and dinner, the new venue serves a menu of traditional Puerto Rican dishes, including both a la carte and buffet menu items. The space also affords ocean and pool views. 


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The property’s La Panaderia signature coffee and espresso bar, which serves locally sources Puerto Rican coffee, pastries and grab-and-go food, also received a refresh. 

Finally, the project included a revamp to the resort’s Ocean Club Spa & Wellness Center and outdoor relaxation areas. Located on the lower level of the cabana wing, the wellness center offers a number of fitness classes and a variety of exercise equipment, as well as treatment options running the gamut from a “Deep Sea” deep tissue massage to a “Bermuda Points” reflexology treatment, as well as a lineup of facials and body treatments. For couples, there is also a romantic “Time Together at Sea” couple’s massage package that includes a complimentary glass of wine and some cheese. 

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