Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday townhome in Dorado - Villa Dorado Townhouse
2 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Sleeps 6; Right In Front Of Dorado Beach East Golf Course
This resort was originally the creation of Lawrence Rockefeller. The Ritz Carlton Reserve is located in 2,000 acres of tropical nature areas, golf courses, and beaches. It was originally called Hyatt Dorado Beach and has gone through a massive renovation that respects the spirit of the land. The Townhouse overlooks the Dorado Beach East Golf Course and the Atlantic Ocean. The property is fully air conditioned and has 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It features a living and dining area. Also a comfortable kitchen and separate laundry. There is a master bedroom with a king sized bed and a second bedroom with two queen beds. Each bedroom has a TV and a bathroom. There is a third bathroom on the first floor. A golf cart is included and must be driven by an adult with a valid driver’s license.
Once there, a short walk or golf cart ride will take you to the east beach. There are two tennis courts, a pool, and the historic Rockefeller Nature Trail close by. If golf is your thing, you can also play in one of three golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones. You can choose from four restaurants and five bars on the property.
There is also the possibility of adding to your experience. You can purchase a temporary Dorado Beach Club membership that will give you access to:
-West Beach with pool and bathroom facilities
-Watermill Aquatic Park
-State of the Art Fitness and Wellness center
(Gym, tennis, basketball, lap pool)
-Barlovento Water sport Club
(Kite boarding, paddle boarding, hobbie cat and kajak)
-Great discounts in golf courses
This place has a vast array of activities to enjoy.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
I was born and raised in Puerto Rico and have been married for 30 years. We have two children.
This property is located in an amazing place. Laurance S. Rockefeller originally developed the resort fifty years ago and it opened as a Hyatt. It has gone through a massive renovation that has respected the spirit of the land, and has reopened as a Ritz Carlton Reserve. I love everything about it. The beaches are very good for small kids and adults. The son of the original designer, Robert Trent Jones Jr., has updated the golf courses. I go everywhere in my golf cart, from the beach club to hotel restaurants. The overall feeling of the place is luxurious and relaxing.
Adult trees, lots of tropical vegetation and the sea surround my property. There are 1,400 acres and 3 miles of beach. There are beautiful nature trails that give the sensation that you are far away, while been safely close to home. I love this place!