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San Juan

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Venues for Group Events

Casa de España

50 ‑ 200 Seated

Puerto Rican architect Pedro de Castro designed the Spanish Moorish building in 1932 for a private civic and cultural organization composed of Spanish citizens living in Puerto Rico.

Antiguo Casino in San Juan

50 ‑ 400 Seated

The Antiguo Casino is one of Old San Juan’s most lavish buildings and an architectural wonder. This marvelous venue can host a variety of events such as incentive awards celebrations, corporate functions and others. Its beautiful gardens, balconies, moldings, white marble floors, majestic central staircase and its beautiful twelve foot chandelier makes up the elegance of this building. These attributes make the Antiguo Casino one of Old San Juan's most prestigious architectonic relics of the 20th century. The opulent white‑marble ballroom, with its enormous chandelier, sets the tone for elegant receptions and social functions.

Casa Blanca Gardens

50 ‑ 200 Seated

Built for Ponce de León, the first governor of Puerto Rico, this beautiful white house has been transformed into a museum of 16th and 17th century family life, including a miniature re‑creation of a Taino Indian village. Ideal for late afternoon cocktail parties, the museum has a large garden and salon.

Dominican Convent

50 ‑ 500 Seated

Originally a convent, this historic landmark – one of San Juan’s oldest – once served as a barrack for Spanish soldiers during the Spanish‑American war. It was later the headquarters of the U.S. Antilles Command until 1966. Now, with its immense interior patio, the Dominican Convent is a prime venue for dinners and cocktail receptions.

Museum of Arts & History

50 ‑ 500 Seated

The Museum is a former marketplace from the 1860’s. Today it serves as a cultural center with galleries for changing exhibitions, especially the seasonal Gallery Nights, welcoming fine‑arts lovers from around the Island. Receptions can be held in the courtyard.

La Arcada

50 ‑ 500 Seated

La Princesa Promenade is lined with trees, street lamps and benches. The promenade will lead you to a magnificent water fountain. La Princesa Prison built in 1837 as the Island’s first penitentiary, is on the way to the San Juan Gate surrounded by the massive city walls and landscaped grounds. It is especially popular for festive banquets featuring local music and dance troupes. The site features an open‑air well‑known patio, La Arcada.