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Travelers who visit Puerto Rico for medical and health services will find many first-rate medical facilities and a welcoming environment at The Condado Plaza Hilton. The hotel is situated in the beachfront community of Condado, between 10 and 15 minutes from most medical facilities in the area. Our hotel partners with 11 health organizations, including hospitals, cardio centers and dental offices.
US residents often take advantage of this territory's proximity, lower medical and dental costs (from 40% to 60%) and US-trained and board-certified surgeons and dentists who use modern technology. Travel from the US to Puerto Rico does not require a passport or visa.
At The Condado Plaza Hilton we are committed to providing our Health & Wellness guests the best accommodations and amenities. Following your medical or dental appointment, relax in our accessible salt water pool or get a poolside massage. You can work out in the 24-hour fitness center or on the beach using outdoor equipment. There also is a walking and jogging area near our hotel.
Water sport enthusiasts enjoy our standup paddle, snorkeling and kayaking options. Surfset classes also are available. Guests at our San Juan hotel enjoy access to 24-hour registration, casual and fine dining restaurants and WiFi.
Please contact us prior to your arrival for any special needs. We hope to welcome you soon!
In the United States, there is no special visa for travelers in search of medical care and treatment. Foreigners that need to receive medical care and treatment within the territory of the United States have to request a B-2 Visa, except for the following countries: Germany, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Denmark, Slovenia, Spain, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Singapore, Sweden, and Switzerland, insofar as they do not stay in the United States for more than ninety (90) days.
To be eligible for a visa for medical care and treatment, the patient must show: detailed information on the nature of the illness, proof of the medical appointment in the U.S., proof of the projected costs of medical care and treatment in the U.S., proof of financial solvency of the person covering the costs of medical care and treatment, and proof thereof. Therefore, patients residing in the United States do not need a visa to come to Puerto Rico to receive medical care and treatment. Likewise, some residents of European and Western countries do not require a visa to receive medical care and treatment in the Island, which gives us an advantage over other jurisdictions.