One of the Caribbean’s leading eco resorts is making a return in 2020, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The beloved Rosalie Bay Resort in Dominica is reopening in February 2020.
The property, which has already begun taking reservations for stays in February, had been shuttered since Hurricane Maria in 2017.
We’re back, stronger than ever after a direct hit from Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Our experience and values remain the same,” the property said in.a statement. “The sea turtles returned, lush vegetation once again enrobes our island and songbirds are calling..”
Rosalie Bay is set on the lush, raw and beautiful eastern coast of Dominica, a strong location for enjoying the island’s myriad adventures, including 300 miles of trails.
The eco retreat has a total of 28 rooms and suites, all with local art, porches or balconies with garden, river or ocean views, and soundproof, serene construction.
The hotel will add to an increasingly impressive hotel product developing in Dominica, from Secret Bay to the newly-launched Kempinski.
For more, visit Rosalie Bay.