Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico has announced that the property will officially reopen its doors in October. Each of the resort’s 114 beachfront guest rooms and suites will be enhanced with a new color palette. Outside, the hotels grounds will see the addition of more than 300,000 new flora and fauna.
Su Casa, the property’s unique five-bedroom villa that was originally home to the historical figure Clara Livingston, is being fully modernized.
The family-friendly poolside restaurant, Encanto Beach Club Bar & Grill, will offer a new dinner menu of coastal cuisine, highlighting the seafood and authentic dishes from the Mediterranean, while the lunch menu will feature lighter fare.
The chic beachside restaurant, Positivo Sandbar, will debut a new Omakase & Ceviche Bar, which is located on the beach. For guests who wish to connect with the local culture through food, La Cocina Culinary Center will continue to host cooking classes and private dinners while expanding on its popular Fresh Market concept.
Spa Botanico is also being fully revitalized to meet the needs of the modern luxury traveler. In addition to a bespoke locally-inspired treatment menu and handcrafted products that are made in the on-site apothecary, the facility will see a new spa cuisine concept that aims to elevate the wellness experience at the resort this fall.
Additionally, the Fitness Center and Movement Studio will benefit from the installation of the latest cardio and weight equipment, while the retail spaces will welcome two new boutiques with selections of accessories and giftware as well as exclusive resort-wear for everyone. Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is the second Ritz-Carlton Reserve in the world and the first in the Western Hemisphere.