Monday, April 29, 2013

Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve

Restaurant at Ritz Carlton Dorado Beach
In the 1960's Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico was a location where the glamorous and jet-set stayed.  Located just outside San Juan, this beautiful beach beckoned with sun and sand once Laurance Rockefeller opened his RockResorts in 1958.  Just recently the fabulous Ritz-Carlton has opened one of their Reserve Resorts, once again making Dorado Beach "the place to stay in 2013."

Room with a View
Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve  has inspired a resort where everything you see is exceptional, starting with the prime location.  Situated in a spot where enjoying the big city life of San Juan is easily accessible, but the privacy of a luxurious beach resort is offered as well.  First you have to know that every single room sits directly on the beach.  Not just the suites or villas, but every room and the beach that awaits guests is 3 miles of captivating coastline.  Stay in your room and enjoy distinctive decor with all of the other bells and whistles.    

Su Casa at Ritz Carlton Reserve Dorado
One of the rooms at Se Casa
One of the most intriguing locations on the property has to be Su Casa, the crown jewel of Dorado Beach.  Su Casa is the restored Spanish Hacienda that was originally built in the 1920's.  Ritz-Carlton lovingly rehabilitated this structure to its original glory and today it boasts four spacious guest rooms, a very elegant living room, a gorgeous dining room and a spacious outdoor veranda and infinity pool.  This plantation home was at its prime when Rockefeller owned the property and today travel experts seem to think it is one of the greats when it comes to new accommodations.  Stay where old style meets modern convenience at Su Casa, beachfront at Ritz Carlton Reserve Dorado Beach.
Poolside at Dorado Beach
Treehouse Treatment room at Dorado's Spa Botanico
The other things that make Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve  a top-notch vacation site are the amenities tourists will find upon arrival.  On the acres of land guests will discover 3 golf courses, tennis courts, the Rockefeller Nature trail and a wide variety of water sports and activities.  If rest and relaxation are on the agenda, Spa Botanico is a 5 acre facility 
inspired to pamper guests with spa treatments utilizing nature and traditional Puerto Rican ingredients.  The many pools around the resort call for travelers to take a dip while the fitness center will make it impossible to miss a workout.  No matter what you do during your time here, you will no doubt work up an appetite, and the on-site restaurants aim to please.  They too are situated right on the beach allowing guests to never have to stray far from an incredible view.  Menus reflect the local heritage as well as implement inspiration from the Caribbean, Spanish and American cuisine.  Tempt your tastebuds at Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve.    

This posh resort is surrounded by 1400 acres of isolated natural beauty giving guests a breathtaking landscape and the shoreline that hugs one side of the property gives amazing access to spectacular views.  Ritz Carlton has created their Reserve Resorts in hopes that guests will discover cultural riches and extraordinary possibilities.   Visit their very first location in the Americas where the voyage of discovery will be infused in indulgence and only your imagination will limit your revelations.          

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