Situated on Puerto Rico’s Caribbean coast, on a 1,400-acre tropical plantation, the Dorado Beach Resort was built in 1958 by eco-tourism pioneer Laurence S. Rockefeller. A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Dorado Beach is an intimate retreat offering a true sense of barefoot elegance, which blurs the boundaries between the outside world and the estate, creating a space where you can embrace the nature and the diverse culture of an unspoiled corner of the world.
The resort has 150 rooms with stunning ocean views, spacious layout, impressive amenities and diverse outdoor activities. “The design and infrastructure of the secluded resort reflects Dorado Beach’s remarkable surroundings with a myriad of natural elements incorporated throughout.” The spa spreads over a 5-acres relaxing heaven, using indigenous healing techniques like Mano Santa’s apothecary infusions and signature tree-house massages. The beach alone is enough to hold your attention all day and all night, but this Puerto Rican resort makes each moment more fascinating than the last. Water sports, tennis, adventures, an aquatic playground will offer endless memorable experiences and a lifetime of fun stories to tell your friends.