Ritz-Carlton Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 58%Family Travelers
- 58%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 58%History Buffs
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- Ritz-Carlton Dorado Beach, Puerto RicoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 3Jun 30, 2014
Beautiful resort! I live in the community and love driving my golf cart around there! The landscaping is so gorgeous. The hotel has a beach bar called Positivo which I recommend. There is also mi casa by Jose Andres & u can read my review on that matter! The gift shop is quite pricey. Coverups can be in the thousand dollar range. The clothes are cute as hell tho! I've always stayed in a room w a pool. There is an infinity pool right off ur patio & views of the ocean. The main pool, near reception, is amazing! So pretty! They have the waves blocked off by rocks so the beach has a nice calm ocean pool and the water feels incredible. The shuttle can take u up to Barlovento, a beach bar/lunch spot where all the waterspouts happen. Kitesurfing, paddle board, yoga... There is also another pool/restaurant/beach right next to the hotel. It is called encanto. This is mostly used by the community members but guests are welcome! 6 golf courses & a waterpark for the kiddies (plantation village).
I live here but have thoroughly enjoyed my stays at the ritz in doradoRecommended for:
- Ritz-Carlton Dorado Beach, Puerto RicoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersFirst to ReviewMar 23, 2014
Ritz-Carlton invested $342 million to bring this 1958 property, built by Laurance S. Rockefeller, back to its former glory for its December 2012 reopening. Many of the resort’s beachfront bungalows, decorated in cream-colored fabrics with soothing sand-colored walls, come with private plunge pools. Foodies love Mi Casa, a Puerto Rican–inspired restaurant that marks chef José Andrés’s first foray outside of the United States. Once the hotel of choice for luminaries including JFK, Elizabeth Taylor, and Ava Gardner, Dorado Beach is again attracting big names—football fans might spot New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in the five-acre Spa Botánico.Recommended for: