Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a unique hotel befitting its beloved setting. Envisioned by a team of globally acclaimed architects and designers, the hotel is under construction and opens in December 2012 on the footprint of Laurance S. Rockefeller’s original RockResort, surrounded by Rockefeller’s incredible “Great Park.” The hotel and residences have been designed and are being built to LEED® Silver standards, making Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico, one of the top 100 most sustainable hotels in the world.
Ritz-Carlton Reserve is a new ultra-luxury brand, delivering elevated service with environmental sensibility in one-of-a-kind locations. Dorado Beach is only the second Ritz-Carlton Reserve hotel to open worldwide, and the first in the Americas.
With only 115 guestrooms spread across 50 acres and one mile of beachfront, the Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico is a luxurious sanctuary framed by coral reefs and blue Caribbean waters, and embraced by a lush tropical forest.