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History

History

Humble Beginnings Jesús “Nene” Norniella was born in 1940 in Cuba on a mountain and raised with two sisters and no electricity. In order to attend school in Cuba, Jesús took jobs at the institutions he attended; first as a janitor and eventually he joined his sisters...

Casa Bacardi Factory Tour

Casa Bacardi Factory Tour

History The first Bacardí distillery was purchased in 1862 and located in Santiago de Cuba.  In an attempt to expand the brand overseas, in 1931 the "king of rums" expanded their operations and productions to Mexico and in 1936 to Puerto Rico under the name Ron...

Top 10 Things to do in Puerto Rico

Top 10 Things to do in Puerto Rico

Most of the Caribbean Luxury Rentals team either grew up in Puerto Rico or has visited the island countless times throughout the years. The most common question asked by friends, family, and clients alike is “what are the best things to do in Puerto Rico?” Having had...

Caribbean Luxury Rentals, Private Properties With Resort Amenities

Caribbean Luxury Rentals, Private Properties With Resort Amenities

The Best of Both Worlds Puerto Rico is rich with culture and diversity across the island. This usually leads to a vast array of experiences for vacationers when visiting the “Isla del Encanto.” One of the qualities that can make renting for Caribbean Luxury Rentals...

Why You Should Stay in Rio Grande When Visiting Puerto Rico

Why You Should Stay in Rio Grande When Visiting Puerto Rico

Although Puerto Rico is a relatively small island in the Caribbean, just over 3,500 square miles in size, few roads and notorious traffic can make traveling inside the island frustratingly time consuming. Visitors to Puerto Rico have spent precious vacation time in a...

Should You Rent a Car When Visiting Puerto Rico?

Should You Rent a Car When Visiting Puerto Rico?

Like other countries in the region, driving in Puerto Rico can be both exciting and frustrating. Whenever driving outside of the United States I am sure to be extra cautious driving at least until I get a “feel” for driving style of the locals. This time in Puerto...