The Caribe Hilton has begun taking reservations for stays beginning May 15th, when it will unveil a more than $150 million restoration — a major milestone as the property celebrates its 70th year of operation and as Hilton marks its 100th anniversary.

The iconic beachfront property has been closed since Hurricane María struck Puerto Rico in September 2017, causing major damage islandwide.

The property has undergone a top-to-bottom makeover inclusive of guest room and suite renovations; reimagined food and beverage concepts; fitness center, spa, tennis center and landscaping re-designs; and 65,000 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor event space modernization.