The warmth of the culture, the charm of Old San Juan, and the old world luxury of our hotel make this the perfect venue for a summit dedicated toward creating a richer life.
Puerto Rico–The Enchanted Isle
Puerto Rico–‘the Rich Port’– benefits from near perfect weather year round, miles of unspoiled beaches and at its center the United States’ only rainforest making the island a compelling destination–particularly in January as the average temperature ranges between a comfortably balmy 71 to 83 degrees.
However, beyond its natural wonders, this US territory offers investors the most competitive jurisdiction in the world–entirely sanctioned by the US Congress and the Puerto Rican Government–a subject we’ll be exploring in more detail during the event.
Old San Juan
What Paris is to Europe, Old San Juan is to the Caribbean. San Juan was founded in 1521 making it the second oldest city in the New World. It is one of the most historically significant destinations in the Caribbean and the Western Hemisphere and you’ll feel that history the moment you set foot on its blue brick paved streets.
Benefiting from the safest harbor in the Caribbean the Spanish built their most extensive fortifications here–which means you can tour 500-year-old forts with breathtaking views of the Atlantic nestled behind 60 foot high stone walls encircling the Old City.
Old San Juan is on its own little island removed in both distance and feel from the bustling glass towers and crowded freeways of the new city. The area is only about 8 blocks square making it easy to walk, but don’t let that fool you– it’s packed with UNESCO sites, historic churches, Fortaleza Palace, first governor Ponce de Leon’s mansion, the oldest cathedral in the Americas, museums, shops, excellent restaurants and quaint watering holes.
I lived in Old San Juan for the first half of this year and love it–in fact I still maintain an apartment there right on Fortaleza Street just down from the Governor’s mansion. You may want to give yourself some time after the event to explore–because there’s a lot to see in Old San Juan.
The Hotel El Convento
A landmark monument to the Age of Discovery, the Hotel El Convento in Old San Juan is steeped in Old World charm. Befitting its origins as a Carmelite convent more than 350 years ago, this elegant Puerto Rico luxury hotel is an inspiring restoration of Spanish Colonial architecture and design. Select from 58 elegant rooms – each with rich wooden beams, handcrafted tiles, carved chairs, velvet settees, and antique chests.
The venue for this event makes it easy to feel prosperous as you walk in the footsteps of world leaders and international celebrities at this world-class Old San Juan landmark.
Notable features of this European style boutique hotel include:
- Named the premier “Small Luxury Hotel” in Puerto Rico
- Oldest member of Historic Hotels of America
- Daily Manager’s reception, serving a variety of wine and a variety of international cheeses on La Veranda terrace
- Plunge pool and heated jacuzzi, offering breathtaking views of San Juan Bay
- 24-hour fitness center, with free weights, treadmill, elliptical trainer, and stair climber, offering guests unlimited use
- Three diverse restaurants, serving cuisine ranging from tapas to traditional Puerto Rican fare
- Library, with access to the business center
- El Convento Beach Club, featuring beach and pool privileges at our sister properties, located on two of the best beaches in Puerto Rico.
This is the perfect venue for a summit dedicated to creating a richer more financially comfortable life.
It’s also a nice place to stay. Toward that end, we’ve reserved as many rooms as we could for attendees–at better than market prices–but with a boutique hotel this size they are liable to sell out quickly. That’s especially true since January is such a popular month.
To reserve a room under our block call reservations at 787 723-9020 and let them know you are with Cashflow Heaven Publishing. Their reservations desk is staffed from 9 am to 6 pm Eastern Time.
If you would prefer you can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
And to visit the Hotel’s website go here: https://www.elconvento.com/
If the Hotel sells out–which is a good possibility–there are other good places to stay in Old San Juan. The Sheraton is good and is maybe a ten-minute walk away–https://www.sheratonoldsanjuan.com/
There is a funky cool artsy hotel up on San Sebastian Street called the Gallery Inn–http://www.thegalleryinn.com/
And other hotels as well. You can see a list at Hotels.com here.
If you find one you like just make sure it’s in Old San Juan as opposed to Condado or something in the new city. Anything in Old Juan is a ten-minute walk or less from the El Convento. And it’s an interesting walk at that.