Tres Sirenas Hotel in Puerto Rico Reopens Post-Hurricane Maria

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Tres Sirenas, a Caribbean boutique hotel, has announced the re-opening of its property located oceanfront in Rincon, Puerto Rico, following 10 months of closure due to Hurricane Maria.

The Spanish Colonial hotel offers five exclusive accommodations, all with panoramic ocean views and private verandas. Each guest room is uniquely decorated in a coastal, bohemian style, and equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, AC, LED flat screen TV, mini fridge, coffee maker, microwave, and deluxe toiletries in all bathrooms. The Seaview Suite and Penthouse are equipped with full kitchens and master bathrooms. 

The outdoor common areas offer ample space and privacy with pool, beach front cabana beds and a newly constructed yoga deck which are surrounded by tropical gardens, palm trees and an almond tree. Tres Sirenas will begin offering Jivamukti Yoga classes to their guests, as well as the extended Rincon community. In addition, guests can also experience the “Siren” inspired boutique, La Vida Sirena, all situated on the property which is within walking distance to town, restaurants, water sports and more.

Behind the re-design of Tres Sirenas are founder Lisa Masters and partner Wanda Acosta. Besides being an inn keeper, Masters is also a Jivamukti Yoga instructor and artist. Acosta is a visual artist and a veteran in the hospitality industry in New York City.

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