One of the Caribbean’s most beloved eco-hotels has completed its comeback from Hurricane Maria.
Dominica’s Rosalie Bay, set on the island’s raw, spectacularly beautiful Atlantic coast, officially reopened its doors last week.
“We’re coming back, stronger than ever after a direct hit from Hurricane Maria in 2017,” a hotel spokesman said. It has reopened under new ownership.
The boutique hotel has 28 rooms and suites, all with soundproofing for quiet retreats, porches or balconies with either garden, ocean or river views, hand-carved four-poster beds and air-conditioning, among other amenities.
A stay at the property is one of the best ways to experience Dominica’s overwhelming natural beauty, for the Caribbean’s longest hiking trail to a unique vantage point from which to observe nesting and hatching sea turtles.
“Our guest experience and values remain the same. The sea turtles returned, lush vegetation once again enrobes our island and songbirds are calling,” the spokesman added.
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