Puerto Rico's Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is reopening

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, plans to welcome guests on July 1.
Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, plans to welcome guests on July 1.

The Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve on Puerto Rico's Atlantic coast, will reopen on July 1.

The 115 guestrooms and suites are individually accessible from the outdoors and many have private plunge pools with direct beach access, allowing ample space for social distancing. In addition, freestanding villas range from two and three bedrooms each to four-bedroom penthouses.

As part of Marriott International, the property's cleanliness practices are in accordance with the company's recently launched Global Cleanliness Council, the resort said.

The Dining Beyond program at Dorado Beach offers intimate coves and enclaves for private dining throughout the property, the resort said.

Facilities also include two outdoor pools, beaches, an 11-mile Rockefeller nature trail, two golf courses and an open-air museum with works by international artists.

The resort is offering a Stay Long, Experience More package with discounts of up to 20% for stays of five or more nights.


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