Dominica's Rosalie Bay resort is to reopen in February

An aerial view of Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort.
An aerial view of Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort.

Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort on the southeastern coast of Dominica will reopen to guests in February.

The resort took a direct hit from Hurricane Maria in September 2017, which caused extensive damage to the property as well as severely impacting its staff.

The property is under new management and has added Eco-Resort to its name.

It reported that its sea turtles, including giant 1,000-pound leatherbacks, are once again nesting. Hatchlings are taking their first steps on Rosalie's black sand beach to begin life at sea.

New vegetation is found throughout the island, hiking trails have been restored and songbirds have returned, the resort said.

Renovation of the resort's reception center, restaurant, spa, fitness center, onyx-lined pool, special events center and the 28 rooms and suites is nearing completion. Refurbishment with locally carved furniture, hand-stitched soft goods and Creole artwork will follow.

A special promotion offers 50% off rates on two or more nights during for bookings made by Nov. 30 for travel from Feb. 1 through April 30. Rates begin at $153 per room, per night, double (regularly $306) and include continental breakfast, Wifi and fees and taxes.

Bookings can be made by calling (767) 446-1010.


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