Secret Bay, Dominica’s flagship boutique hotel, is officially reopening this week.
The reopening of the signature property, which recently joined Relais & Chateaux, comes as it’s also in the midst of an expansion project that will see the addition of four new villas by November.
Secret Bay will relaunch Aug. 7, timed with the island of Dominica’s reopening for international travelers (including Americans).
For now, all six of the resort’s villas will be open Aug. 7, with the new “Ti-Fey Villas” set to make their debut in November.
Each of the resort’s villas includes a private pool, an outdoor rain shower, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and state-of-the-art kitchens and amenities.
The villas are joined by the open-air Zing Zing restaurant, a cliffside spa and access to some of Dominica’s most secluded beaches.
The Ti-Fey Villas are part of a broader expansion of the resort that includes a residential ownership component at the 33-acre site in northern Dominica.
The new villas, which have been designed the property’s resident architect, Claude Lauture (from the drawings by award-winning Latin American architect Fruto Vivas), are being built with Guyanese Greenheart hardwood and locally-crafted indoor furniture.
They’re set in the densest part of Secret Bay’s rainforest.
“Sandra and I are looking forward to welcoming guests to our new Ti-Fèy Villas,” said Gregor Nassief, owner of Secret Bay. “We often book up far in advance and it’s exciting to now have more capacity to accommodate more travelers who desire a peerlessly-personalized, six-star luxury experience, while at the same time lowering our overall density.”
For more, visit Secret Bay.