Hotel & Travel

Caribe Hilton

Official hotel of The Great Ideas Summit
1 San Geronimo St.
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00901
Tel: +1 787 0303
Hotel Concierge 

Admire ocean and tropical garden views from Caribe Hilton hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Puerto Rico. Set on a secluded peninsula with 17 acres of lush foliage, this San Juan resort is ideally situated between historic Old San Juan and the contemporary Condado area of San Juan. With no passport required for US citizens, visiting Caribe Hilton is an easy Caribbean getaway.

Room Rates
ERA has secured specially negotiated Caribe Hilton room rates for registered attendees. To secure ERA preferred rates you MUST first register for the Summit and then visit the Housing Website. Registered attendees must book through the Housing Website in order to take advantage of the discounted room rates. ERA staff is NOT responsible for securing hotel rooms.
Rates for registered Great Ideas Summit attendees:

  • Guest Room with Balcony:  $329
  • Oceanview Guestroom with Balcony:  $389

Note: Mandatory Hotel Services Program Fee – 18%/per night has been waived for The Great Ideas Summit 2017 registrants.

Waived daily resort fee entitles the guest to the following items: Guestroom High Speed Internet Access, Unlimited local and 800 phone calls, Fitness Center Access (24 hours), Tennis Court Access (based on availability), In-room coffee and tea and more.

The 18% resort fee has been waived for all reservations within the ERA block. However there will be a separate fee of $5.25 per person (roundtrip) for bellman services and a fee of $0.50 per person, per day, for maid gratuity, plus applicable taxes, currently at 10.5% state tax and 1% municipality tax.

Hotel rooms will sell out quickly. We recommend booking your hotel reservation as soon as you register. The cut-off date to serve your hotel at the discounted meeting rates is Monday, January 23, 2017.





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For questions regarding hotel reservations please contact the Housing Help Desk at housing@retailing.org or 703-908-1029.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: In the past ERA has received reports of wholesalers contacting attendees and offering “great deals” on hotels for The Summit. While it is not illegal for a travel firm or booking agent to solicit potential customers, it can be difficult to determine the legitimacy of offers from these organizations. Those who opt for alternatives to the ERA negotiated rates may find themselves at risk. ERA reminds its attendees that we have no affiliation with any of these room brokers. The official ERA Housing Office is CompleteReg.

Hospitality Suites

Important: In order to purchase a suite through the discounted ERA room block, a company will be required to purchase an exhibit or sponsorship, valued at $1000 or more, and total exhibits/sponsorship investment of $2000 or more, to purchase two or more suites. for the contract to be binding.

For questions regarding suite reservations, please contact Carol Neher at cneher@@retailing.org or 949-212-4004.

Suite Type Rate per Night
Member Non-Member
Duplex Suite $1,200 $1,250
Honeymoon Suite $500 $550
Corner Suite $500 $550
Junior Suite (Parlor only) $425 $450
One Bedroom San Geronimo Suite $550 $600
Two Bedroom San Geronimo Suite $900 $950
Garden Suite $500 $550
Garden Lanai (Parlor only) $425 $450
2 Garden Lanai Parlors $850 $900
One Bedroom Condado Lagoon Villa Suite $700 $750
Two Bedroom Condado Lagoon Villa Suite $1,000 $1,100
Condado Lagoon Villa Jr. Suite $450 $500




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Travel

The hotel is approximately 15 minutes from San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. Visit the hotel site for more information.

For information about public health issues in Puerto Rico (including the latest information on the Zika virus) please visit http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/puerto-rico and http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/zika-virus-puerto-rico. Please note that as of November 18, 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) has ceased categorizing Zika as “an international public health emergency.” Currently, WHO and the US CDC only recommend that pregnant women avoid traveling to Puerto Rico and other locations with confirmed cases of Zika.