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thumb1“Once a sprawling coffee plantation, Casa Grande Mountain Retreat is a 107-acre tropical landscape approximately two hours from San Juan. The Puerto Rico Hotel and Tourism Association has named this hotel “Green Inn of the Year” four times. Green initiatives at Casa Grande include using cold water and biodegradable soaps, using energy-efficient light bulbs, maintaining a botanical garden, encouraging guests to reuse bath towels, timing outdoor lights and placing recycling receptacles in all guest rooms. To reduce noise pollution, the hotel prohibits televisions, radios and VCRs on the premises. Guests can take three-hour guided tours along mountainous hiking trails; identify local bird species; get a massage; or participate in yoga, dance or art classes. All 20 rooms feature private balconies with hammocks, reading lights, private bathrooms, wall fans and screened windows.” – USA Travel Tips

thumb7“Serenity has arrived. Materializing like a leafy apparition out of Puerto Rico’s gourgeous karst country, the Casa Grande ought to be on the prescription list of all North American doctors as an antidote for stress and rat-race burnout. Nestled in its own steep-sided valley and run efficiently by an ex-New York lawyer, the Casa is an ecologically congruous hotel that stops you in your tracks, forcing you to slow down and take it easy. While there are no TVs or phones in any of the jungle-esque rooms, there are daily yoga classes, a scrumptious on-site restaurant and every available excuse to sit around all day and do – absolutely nothing. Try it, you might just get hooked.” – Lonely Planet

thumb2“Picture this: your own private cabin set amid lush tropical gardens; wrap-around views of jungly, emerald-green mountains; and a charming plantation house where drinks are served at an elegant bar and meals are taken on the veranda…” selected one of Ten Amazing Trips Around the World.” New York Magazine, Travel Issue

“Morning Yoga on a lovingly converted coffee farm, plenty of hammocks and dense greenery make this mountain retreat near Lago Caonillas relaxation central…” Chosen one of the top 10 Places to Stay in Puerto Rico.” – Hunter Adventure Guide

thumb2“…the hotel is now home to a well-labeled botanical garden of among other things, apricot moonflower trees; chinese hat plants, a shrub called yesterday-today-and-tomorrow; and eight varieties of ginger.” – Travel & Leisure Family Magazine


thumb4“…a summer camp, with a lot better food and no bullies.” – National Geographic Traveler

thumb3“…a difficult place to leave…where paradise becomes a reality.” – The San Juan Star

thumb5“…the contact with the Island’s nature is inevitable…green becomes greener while the flora transforms into a tropical jungle…” – El Nuevo Día