Nice new rooms but absolutely nothing special except outdoor shower-some easily visible from outside. Indoor shower with no enclosure like a cheap European hotel ensuring a wet floor in entire bathroom.
Lots of pious environmental rhetoric
We were there for multiple days and never saw a single solitary staff member at beach or pool. Help yourself to towels.
"Ambassador"staff is a farce. Only contact a 30 second phone message.
Staff generally very pleasant if you can find any.
Resort practically empty but unable to be flexible with rooms.
Exorbitant prices PLUS $100 "resort fee ". FOR WHAT? Never told about it what it covers and what it allegedly entitles you to.
If this place survives at these prices the recession is really over.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Somewhere between idyllic and perfection sits a Puerto Rico resort of such intimate luxury and rare character, it calls to those who believe every journey should be a voyage of discovery. Once a 1,400-acre sugar plantation owned by the Livingston family, Dorado Beach caught the eye of conservationist visionary Laurance S. Rockefeller, who in the 1950s transformed the lush landscape into one of Puerto Rico’s most exclusive luxury resorts. With its serene coastline, private residences, spa sanctuary, golf courses and a harmonious sense of place that blends masterfully into the natural surroundings, Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve invites guests to arrive spellbound – and depart speechless. ... more less
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