Our Story

Welcome to Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where luxury redux. Condado Vanderbilt features unique Spanish Revival architecture, opulent interiors and dramatic hotel ocean views from among the most venerable hotels in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Since opening its doors in 1919, Condado Vanderbilt Hotel has catered to sophisticated travelers who pursue five-star San Juan luxury in the most exclusive beachside hotels on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico.

Restored to its storied grandeur through a meticulous renovation, this landmark San Juan hotel and resort -- among the best in Puerto Rico -- stands as a monument to timeless elegance and style. Condado Vanderbilt invites you to discover Puerto Rico as it is meant to be experienced, where exacting service, exquisite amenities, and fine dining are the hallmarks of every stay.

Become part of the Condado Vanderbilt legend during your next escape to the beach and beauty of San Juan, Puerto Rico.



In 1919, Frederick William Vanderbilt, scion of one of America’s wealthiest families and among the most influential men in the country, acquired oceanfront land in the exclusive Condado District of San Juan, Puerto Rico. He selected the prominent architectural firm of Warren and Whitmore -- which designed New York City’s Grand Central Station, as well as the Biltmore, Commodore, and Ambassador Hotels -- to design Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, a tropical retreat in the heart of the lush, exotic Caribbean.