I was included with a group that was mainly military (AF) that was visiting PR on a brief deployment trip. Being that we were staying in the hotel next door we had heard of Club Bravo and thought that it might be fun for an evening out and dancing. Unfortunately upon entering we had a couple of men in our group saying their shoes didn't meet dress code standards. Figuring it wasn't a big deal, they changed shoes and we re-approached. Now this time a couple from our hotel we had met was with us, they were older, dressed well but VERY obviously over 21. Unfortunately, the woman didn't have her ID, and they still complained of our dress code (shoes) so they denied us "access". Mostly I found it disheartening the obvious discrimination they put forth toward us. For whatever reason they did not want us in their club, and I suppose it is their prerogative to deny anyone they see unfit access, but I obviously will not recommend them and I feel that from a business perspective it was an unreasonable decision. The woman at the door vocalized that she did not care how much money we had to spend we were not going to get in. I advise that you take your money elsewhere, as their are plenty of other fine establishments to enjoy in San Juan that do not discriminate and will be more than ecstatic to accept your patronage.
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