Memorable events begin with an iconic setting.
A venue as unique and special as the destination it represents brings the location's history, art, and culture to the forefront. Puerto Rico has no shortage of these special places that entice and awe with their charm and splendor. Let us help you discover them!
One of the most opulent buildings in San Juan, Antiguo Casino is an ideal setting for galas, formal dinners and any event that aims to impress. Built in 1917, this meticulously preserved jewel box features a grand ballroom with gleaming white marble floors, glittering 12-foot chandeliers, a dramatic staircase and balconies overlooking tropical gardens. The on-site event team can help you make the most of this stunning space.
Cuartel de Ballajá
A former military barracks built in the 1850s for Spanish troops and their families, Cuartel de Ballajá (or Ballajá Barracks) has been transformed into a world-class cultural site that houses the Museo de Las Américas, among other fine facilities. Recalling the grand palaces of Europe, Cuartel de Ballajá’s central courtyard can be dressed up with flickering torches and string lights, traditional Puerto Rican music and more for an evening attendees will be talking about for years.
Casa de España
Inspired by the Spanish Moorish architecture, Casa de España was created in 1932 as a private civil organization composed of Spanish citizens living in Puerto Rico. The organization, whose present-day membership includes Puerto Ricans of Spanish descent, has played an important role in keeping Puerto Rico's Spanish cultural heritage alive.
Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
Create an event surrounded by art! The MAPR, located in the heart of Santurce, is a creative option where your attendees will be surrounded by recent art collections and a beautiful art garden space.
Museo de Casa Blanca
Museo Casa Blanca was the residence of Puerto Rico’s first governors when the capital was moved to the Islet of San Juan. The home was designed with beautiful Canary Islands-style balconies and verandas. Declared a historical monument in 1981 and managed by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, today the house is a museum of 16th and 17th-century artifacts.