Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve has announced it will be reopening July 1, 2020.
Each of the Resort’s 115 guestrooms and suites are individually accessible from the outdoors, many with private plunge pools and all with direct beach access, allowing plenty of space for physical distancing. Residences range from two- and three-bedroom villas to four-bedroom penthouses. Well-suited for families and groups traveling together, freestanding villas on the Private Estate provide an additional exclusive option within the resort.
In addition, Dorado Beach offers private outdoor dining and relaxation areas, while the property’s Dining Beyond program lets guests dine in locations around the property.
Other outdoor space includes the stretch of beachfront and two large swimming pools, in addition to the 11-mile Rockefeller nature trail, where guests can walk, jog or enjoy use of complimentary bicycles. Dorado Beach is also home to two world-class golf courses and an open-air museum filled with artworks by globally renowned artists.
As part of Marriott International, the property is further elevating its cleanliness practices in accordance with the recently launched Global Cleanliness Council.
Dorado Beach is located just 35-minutes from San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport and can arrange private luxury transfer service in sanitized vehicles. The property also has its own helipad for guests wishing to arrive even more quickly.
Good to know: Dorado Beach is offering a Stay Longer, Experience More package, offering guests up to 20 percent off when they stay for five nights or more.