Enjoy Puerto Rico's natural beauty at Hacienda Serena in Las Marías. 

Vacation Rentals

When traveling with family or groups of friends, it is sometimes more comfortable and convenient to opt for a vacation rental.

Vacation rentals in Puerto Rico offer an excellent alternative for those who appreciate having more privacy and personal space, as well as conveniences like a fully equipped kitchen. Puerto Rico has nearly 4,000 vacation rentals, including studios, apartments, houses, and villas, and you'll find them in just about every corner of the island—from the center of Old San Juan to the Central Mountains to neighboring islands of Vieques and Culebra.

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The pool at Martineau Belle vacation rental

There's plenty of room to spread out at Martineau Belle Playa vacation rental in Vieques.

Vacation Homes in Puerto Rico

Available for rent on the Island, you will find spacious properties such as a spectacular house in Culebra with a private pool overlooking the sea. Meanwhile, on the west coast, you will also catch unique properties in Cabo Rojo and Rincón to enjoy the best sunsets on the Island in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere.

At the upscale beachfront community of Ocean Park in San Juan, you will discover lodging options such as a spacious house with a private pool located steps from the beach. These accommodations usually include high-speed internet, fully equipped kitchens, TVs, modern decor, and views of beautiful scenery.

A woman perches on the edge of a private pool overlooking the ocean at a vacation rental in Puerto Rico.

You can't beat the views from your private pool at Villa Tampico in Culebra.

Short-Term Rental Properties in Puerto Rico

Services such as Airbnb, HomeAway, VRBO, and Join a Join are available on the Island to help you find and book the right vacation rental property for your trip. According to Airbnb, the ratings for these accommodations have an average of 4.7 stars (out of 5), so we're sure you'll have a positive experience with vacation rentals in Puerto Rico.

No passport needed for U.S. travelers

Since Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, American citizens and permanent residents don't need a passport to travel to the Island. However, they must always travel with a valid ID, such as driver license or a state ID card.

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