Memorial Day Puerto Rico - May 24-27,2013
What is Urban Fiesta Weekend?
Urban Fiesta Weekend is where: Vegas meets New Orleans, except its on a exotic island!
The hotels offer casino action like no other island and Ole San Juan offers A WHOLE CITY that's just like Bourbon Street, where you could spend a day shopping and going in and out of clubs!
Urban Fiesta Weekend, Puerto Rico is the newest Memorial Day Island destination that DOES NOT require a Passport.
This event offers something for everyone. Our motto is:
No Passports ..No Curfew ...Just FUN!
The only person missing is you!
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Got more questions? Scroll down and checkout the FAQ section
Where is this event held?
Urban Fiesta Weekend -.. will be held in exotic island of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Since its in Puerto Rico, do I need a passport?
No passports are not needed for this event as Puerto Rico is a part of the USA
What airport do I fly into?
Fly into: The Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU)
What airlines fly into this airport?
San Juan Airport is served by large intercontinental jets by American Airlines, Delta, Continental, Jet Blue, Air Canada, British Airways, Northwest, TWA, United, US Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Do I need a rental car?
No... not if you book your hotel with us!
Is the money the same or do I have to convert?
US currency is used throughout Puerto Rico...again, it's a part of the USA!
Who host this event?
The lead organizers of the event is, the S.E.T. Network, in conjunction with several other event planners / promoters from all over the country.
The S.E.T. Network's parent company is Platinum Enterprise, which is a 10 year old, Destination Management Company, and members of the BBB.
As mentioned, event planners from all over the US are joining in to make this weekend a success. Organizers from Houston, Dallas, LA, NYC, DC, ATL, CHI-TOWN and even St. Louis are all involved to bring you a well rounded event!
Tell me about the hotels in San Juan?
Hotels in San Juan can be tricky. Tricky in the sense that they sound or appear close to all the action (addresses look the same) - but in reality, the hotels could be on the other side of the island and that means more cab fare.
If you have never been before or it's been awhile...DON'T WORRY! We have cherry-picked the propertied that we KNOW are good to go. By using them you will save on cab fare and the unneeded headache of trying to learn the language.
What are the main areas I should know about?
One thing to know is most restaurants, clubs, etc. (except several hotels) in San Juan are minutes from each other. San Juan is broken up into two (2) places: San Juan and Old San Juan.
Old San Juan - is where you will find many of the clubs San Juan- is where you will find most hotels and all the real shopping. Prada, Feringomo's, Gucci and so on are in this area.
Anything I should know before I arrive? Yes
- Although no passports are required, bring a valid ID.
- Most signs, menus, etc. are written in Spanish. No worries though, almost everyone speak conversational English.
- Most restaurants include gratuity in the bill, but make sure you inquire.
- At the airport, on your return home, you will have to go through customs. Mostly they are looking for wild animals and forbidden fruits.
- If you see people jumping off mini bridges don't freak out, it's what they do there for fun. It's actually kinda cool, you may even try it.
- Stay in our hotels... you will save yourself a lot of aggravation.
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