Dominica’s Rosalie Bay Resort, long one of the island’s leading eco-hotels, is set for a comeback.
The boutique hotel will reopen its doors Feb. 1, according to Rosalie Bay’s Web site.
Rosalie Bay had been shuttered since Hurricane Maria in 2017; its reopening continues a wave of new hotels and reopenings in Dominica, from last year’s relaunch of the Jungle Bay resort to the recent debut of Kempinski’s first Caribbean resort.
They’ve all helped lead Dominica to a full-fledged tourism resurgence.
The hotel, set on Dominica’s lush Atlantic coast, has 28 rooms and suites powered by wind and solar power.
That’s along with a riverfront spa, a locally-focused eatery and even signature experiences like sea turtle nesting and hatching.
For more info, visit the Rosalie Bay Resort.