• La Cara de Indio

    Within a mango grove, La Cara de Indio (The Indian Face) is named after a Taino petroglyph not far from the property.

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    "La Cara de Indio treehouse at El Yunque Hotel"
  • La Cascada

    Within a grove of Royal Palms and vanilla orchids, La Cascada (The Cascade) is named for the cascading river below.

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    "La Cascada treehouse in PR."
  • El Mirador

    Perched high above an outcropping of boulders, El Mirador (The Lookout) is named for its view of the rainforest peaks.

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    "PR Treehouse, Yunque Hotel, PR Rainforest Hotel, PR Eco Resort, PR Ecolodge, Yunque Lodging and PR Glamping"
  • El Amor

    Surrounded by heliconias, El Amor (Love) is named, as Dante wrote, for “the love that moves the sun and the other stars”.

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    PR Treehouse, Yunque Hotel, PR Rainforest Hotel, PR Eco Resort, PR Ecolodge, Yunque Lodging and PR Glamping
  • La Cara de Indio

    Within a mango grove, La Cara de Indio (The Indian Face) is named after a Taino petroglyph not far from the property.

    Read MoreReserve Now
    "PR Treehouse, Yunque Hotel, PR Rainforest Hotel, PR Eco Resort, PR Ecolodge, Yunque Lodging and PR Glamping"
  • La Cascada

    Within a grove of Royal Palms and vanilla orchids, La Cascada (The Cascade) is named for the cascading river below.

    Read MoreReserve Now
    "La Cascada treehouse in PR."
  • El Mirador

    Perched high above an outcropping of boulders, El Mirador (The Lookout) is named for its view of the rainforest peaks.

    Read MoreReserve Now
    "PR Treehouse, Yunque Hotel, PR Rainforest Hotel, PR Eco Resort, PR Ecolodge, Yunque Lodging and PR Glamping"
  • El Amor

    Surrounded by heliconias, El Amor (Love) is named, as Dante wrote, for “the love that moves the sun and the other stars”.

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    PR Treehouse, Yunque Hotel, PR Rainforest Hotel, PR Eco Resort, PR Ecolodge, Yunque Lodging and PR Glamping
"A treehouse at a PR rainforest hotel."

Treehouses

Yuquiyú is a rustic retreat in the foothills of Puerto Rico’s El Yunque rainforest. We are a glamorous camping, or “glamping,” destination that offers artisan-crafted treehouses with a balcony, designer furnishings, a granite kitchenette and a slate bath. Surrounded by a tropical garden with a cascading river, each treehouse has an iconic view of El Yunque Peak.

The property is meat free and smoke free. The rate is $275 per night during high season (20 December–20 April) and $200 per night during low season. Each treehouse has one queen-size bed and can accommodate a maximum of two people. The minimum stay is two consecutive nights and the minimum age is 18 years. See Reservations for details.

Rescue for the City Weary: Treehouses in the Rainforest –Destination: Wildlife

Garden

The rainforest was revered as a sacred site for over a thousand years by the prehistoric Taino natives. They believed that Yuquiyú, the god of light and life, dwelled on Yuqué (“The White Land”), the cloud-covered peak now known as El Yunque. “Yuquiyú” also meant a natural place so beautiful they could feel the presence of their god. In that spirit, we have spent more than a decade creating a three-acre garden with vistas that could have inspired a Chinese landscape painting.

"Organic farm with El Yunque Lodging"

Cuisine

Inspired by our profound respect for nature, we have reimagined the property’s century-old agricultural terraces as an organic farm. Blessed by the Caribbean sun and rains, its cornucopia of tropical crops are transmuted into delicious, plant-based fare through our chef’s alchemy. In his kitchen, Huerto Escondido (Hidden Orchard), each night’s menu is unique.

Explorations

We are within an area of northeastern Puerto Rico the Sierra Club calls “The Portal to Nature.” From Yuquiyú, it is just fifteen minutes to the heart of El Yunque rainforest, twenty minutes to famed Luquillo Beach and thirty-five minutes to Old San Juan. With one of our treehouses as your base, you can discover the rainforest, multi-hued beaches, sea turtle nesting sites, coral reefs, a bioluminescent lagoon, ancient petroglyphs, a Spanish colonial city and Culebra Island.

Become one of our treasured guests …

Named for the Taino god, Yuquiyú is a place to reawaken the senses in harmony with nature. Our retreat is perfect for a couple seeking a romantic escape, newlyweds seeking a honeymoon destination or an artist seeking tranquility and inspiration. We are not for everyone, but if you have a sense of adventure, love being close to nature and want to experience Caribbean living the way it ought to be, Yuquiyú may be for you.

Why Puerto Rico Is No. 1 on Our Places to Go List –The New York Times