Secret Bay in Dominica Expands With Two New Villas Set to Open in October

A rendering of Secret Bay’s new Ylang Ylang villas.

Secret Bay, an eco-luxury boutique resort positioned on a clifftop overlooking the Caribbean Sea in Dominica, is adding two new villas set to open in October. 

This will bring the total number of private villas and bungalows to eight. Reservations for the new Ylang Ylang villas are available starting October 2.

The newest additions are named Ylang Ylang because their shape resembles the petals of the eponymously named legendary flower, which clients will find growing on the Secret Bay grounds.

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The Ylang Ylang villas stand up on their single “stem.” The nearly 1,600 square foot villas feature one bed and bath, two decks, a pool directly accessible from the bedroom, an outdoor shower, a barbecue and a comfy hammock sofa.

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