The Luis Munoz Marin airport in San Juan is open, with more than 70
scheduled domestic and international flights on 27 different carriers.
Airports in Aguadilla, Ponce, Ceiba, Isla Grande and Vieques are
operational but with limited service.
More than 100 days after Hurricane Maria made landfall on Sept. 20, 660,000 customers remain without power.
Officials said that 55% of Puerto Rico's nearly 1.5 million customers do have power.
The statistics were provided by the Puerto Rican government, which warned that much work remains to be done and crews were still finding unexpected damage. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates that power will be restored to all of Puerto Rico by May.
Still however, there has been progress. Much of San Juan has power, including hotels, businesses and restaurants, although some residential areas are still in the dark.
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Hotels and resorts
According to the Puerto Rico Tourism Co., 122 hotels, 4,000 restaurants, 105 casinos and 107 attractions are open and operating across the island.
Hotels with reopening dates:
Hacienda El Jabarito, Feb. 1
Howard Johnson Hotel Ponce, Feb. 1
Cofresi Beach Resort, March 1
Verdanza Hotel, April 1
El Conquistador-A Waldorf Astoria Resort, April 1
Embassy Suites Dorado del Mar Beach & Golf Resort, April 1
Embassy Suites Hotel & Casino, San Juan, April 1
Comfort Inn San Juan, May 1
El San Juan Hotel-Curio Collection by Hilton, May 22
Las Casitas Village-A Waldorf Astoria Resort, May 22
El Canario By The Lagoon Hotel, May 31
Holiday Inn Express San Juan Condado Hotel, June 1
Condado Plaza Hilton, July 1
Condado Lagoon Villas at Caribe Hilton, July 1
Caribe Hilton, July 1
Hotel St. Regis at Bahia Beach Resort is closed to new reservations through Oct. 1 and is waiving cancellation fees for reservations through Sept. 30
Ritz-Carlton San Juan, Oct. 1
Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Oct. 1.
Melia Coco Beach Puerto Rico, Nov. 1
Hotels that are closed and/or have not announced reopening dates include Blue Horizon Boutique Resort, Casa Flamboyant, Casa Grande Mountain Retreat, Coral by the Sea, Dos Angeles del Mar Guest House, Great Escape, Hacienda Gripinas, Hyatt Hacienda del Mar, Malecon House, Parador Costa del Mar, Parador Guanica 1929, Parador Mauna Caribe, Plaza de Armas Hotel, Villa Doral Guest House, Wyndham Garden at Palmas del Mar and the Wyndham Rio Mar.
Meanwhile, the new 96-room Serafina Beach Hotel will open its doors on March 20 in the Condado district of San Juan. Facilities include the hotel's signature aMare restaurant; an infinity pool and poolside lounge; cabanas; and By the Pool, an outdoor bar.
Restaurants and attractions
Tourist attractions open to visitors include major sites and activities such as Old San Juan, El Morro Castle, Museum of Art, Cueva Ventana in Arecibo, catamaran rides in Fajardo, trail rides in Isabela, Museo Parque de Bombas and the Museum of Art in Ponce, Rain Forest zip line in Rio Grande, Bacardi distillery tours in Toa Baja and luminescent tours in Vieques.
El Yunque National Forest remains closed, but there is some accessibility to the lowers paths and rivers. The forest is greening up again.
The cruise port is open, and more than 60 shore excursions are available. The Puerto Rico Tourism Commission reported that 80,000 homeport passengers embarked from San Juan through mid-December, and 85,000 more were expected to do so through January. A total of 27 cruise ships are calling in San Juan in January.