Our Destination

Welcome to Puerto Rico - An Island As Enchanted As Ever

Puerto Rico will captivate you with its dynamic culture, heritage, local flavors, exuberant nightlife, colonial architecture, stunning landscape and some of the world’s greatest hosts. Here are just a few of the adventures you can have at the “Isle of Enchantment.”
  • Explore Old San Juan with over 500 years of history and something for everyone (from art galleries to sightseeing to nightlife!)
  • Dining - it’s a foodie’s paradise! Make sure you try the mofongo and arroz con gandules
  • Experience the diverse landscape, from the Parque de las Cavernas del Río Camuy (underground caves) to El Yunque National Forest (the only tropical rainforest in the US Forest System)
  • Go snorkeling, swimming, waterfall climbing, surfing, deep-sea fishing – or just sunning – at one of nearly 300 beaches
  • Move to the beat with live music and salsa dancing, which can be found at most local
    bars and restaurants!

See why the New York Times is calling Puerto Rico "No. 1 Our Our Places to Go" in 2019. Visit SeePuertoRico.com to experience Physiatry ’19 like a true Boricua.


Our Venue

Book Your Room Now

All of the hotel blocks for Physiatry '19 are all full. Please put your name on the cancellation list for the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino. Otherwise, secure a room at a nearby hotel.

Physiatry ’19 will be hosted at the Puerto Rico Convention Center, located just 6 miles from the San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU), 2.5 miles from Old San Juan and across the street from the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino and 3 blocks from the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels.

Puerto Rico Convention Center
100 Convention Boulevard
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00907


Travel Tips

Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) is San Juan's main airport and of the main hubs in Latin America and the Caribbean. Once you arrive, the airport has diverse forms of transportation you can choose from to get to our venue - from taking a taxi or bus to renting a car.

Key Travel Facts
  • Spanish and English are the official languages. Most Puerto Ricans speak English.
  • The United States dollar is the official currency.
  • United States Citizens don’t need a passport to enter the island.
  • If you are traveling from a country outside of the United States, you may need to request an official letter of invitation for your Visa application. Click here to learn more.

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