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Dorado Beach

A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Glamour in the tropics

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Dorado, Puerto Rico

Dorado Beach

A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

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What it is

A legendary beachfront resort remade for modern tastes.

What it isn't

Close to San Juan: the city is about a 45-minute drive away.

What we think

In the late 1950's, Laurence Rockefeller turned this 50-acre coconut plantation on the north shore of Puerto Rico into the quintessence of a glamorous Caribbean resort. Amelia Earhart would fly her plane down for a visit; Joan Crawford had her room painted pink pre-arrival. Now, after a complete renovation, it's a Ritz-Carlton Reserve and once again attracting jet-setters. Along a solid mile of beach are 115 rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that disappear into the walls so you can (almost) feel the spray of the ocean. The resort is surrounded by lush tropical forest and the site's natural assets are woven throughout the property and reflected in the design (Rockefeller was doing ecotourism before anyone called it that). Chef José Andrés runs the food and beverage program; golf legend Chi-Chi Rodriguez is the resident pro; and the indoor-outdoor spa is massive and stunning. It's enough pampering to make you feel like Cleopatra (yes, Liz Taylor was a regular) or like Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who recently rented the resort's exquisite private villa.

You're here because

You crave the glamour of the Caribbean's Hollywood heyday—just a quick non-stop flight away.

The Moment

As you walk along the Rockefeller Nature Trail, the jungle canopy dappling the sunlight onto the wooden walkway, your head swivels to catch the vibrant flash of parrot gliding through the trees.

Restaraunts & Bars

Mi Casa by Jose Andres - Spanish and American flavors

Encanto Beach Club Bar and Grill - Grill, Asian-Influenced fare

La Cocina Gourment - Groumet market

Positivo Sand Bar - Al fresco

Positivo Sand bar

Encanto Beach Club Bar

Family activities

Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ambassadors of the Environment, Tennis, Golf, non-motorized water sports, Water Mills - Lazy Rivers

Location

Nestled along the secluded, jungly northern coast of Puerto Rico, an hour drive from San Juan International airport.

100 Dorado Beach Drive
Dorado, 00646-2000
PR, United States