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Families Save Over 30% This Spring at El Conquistador Resort & Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Kids Eat Free, Resort Credit & Daily Buffet Breakfast Included in Family Escape Package, Available Through April 10th

FAJARDO, PR--(Marketwired - January 20, 2014) - Representing over 30 percent savings, families traveling to Puerto Rico now through April 10th receive complimentary kids meals, a nightly resort credit and daily buffet breakfast with the Family Escape Package at El Conquistador Resort & Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. The $50 per night resort credit can be used towards rounds of golf on the renowned Arthur Hills 18-hole golf course, spa treatments at the Waldorf Astoria Spa, watersports on the resort's 100-acre private island, Coqui Water Park, a state-of-the-art aquatic playground, and more.

In addition, children 12 and under eat free at many of the resorts 23 food and beverage outlets, including the new Chops Steakhouse, with the purchase of an adult entrée. Daily breakfast buffet for four (two adults and two kids) at Las Brisas Restaurant is also included in the Package. Nighty rates start from $259 at El Conquistador Resort and from $309 at Las Casitas Village, based on a three night minimum.

For reservations or more information, please call 1.888.543.1282 or visit http://www.elconresort.com. For more information about the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts brand, please visit www.waldorfastoria.com or http://news.waldorfastoria.com.

About El Conquistador Resort & Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort:

Dramatically set a top a 300-foot bluff on the eastern tip of Puerto Rico, El Conquistador Resort & Las Casitas Village spread across 500 acres overlooking the converging waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Guestrooms and suites are divided into five villages, including Las Casitas Village, a separate luxury resort which features one-, two-, and three- bedroom style villas as well as 24 hour resort butler service. The AAA Four Diamond resort presents 23 restaurants, bars and lounges, from gourmet to casual, many with ocean views, including the sultry Chops Steakhouse. The family-friendly resort also offers Coquí Water Park, a state-of-the-art aquatic playground; Palomino Island, the resort's private island featuring an enclave of water sports and other recreational activities along white sand beaches; Waldorf Astoria Spa, and an Arthur Hills 18-hole golf course. The resort is home to the largest, most comprehensive meeting space in the Caribbean with over 100,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor meeting and event space highlighted by ocean and El Yunque Rain Forest views. For more information or reservations, please call 888-543-1282 or visit http://www.elconresort.com and http://www.lascasitasvillage.com.

About Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts:

Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts is a portfolio of 24 landmark destinations, each being a true reflection of their surroundings in the world's most sought after locations. Unified by their inspirational environments and unparalleled guest service, Waldorf Astoria creates unique authentic moments through the delivery of True Waldorf Service. Personal concierges deliver unparalleled, bespoke service from the moment a guest books through check out. From signature culinary excellence, 12 world-class golf courses and 23 rejuvenating spas, Waldorf Astoria offers luxuriously appointed accommodations and unforgettable experiences. Waldorf Astoria is a global luxury brand of Hilton Worldwide with development plans to add 12 new hotels to the brand. Experience Waldorf Astoria by booking at www.waldorfastoria.com or learn more about this expanding portfolio by visiting http://news.waldorfastoria.com.

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