Rosalie Bay says Bon Voyage

Written by on 18 October 2018

A little over a year marking the devastating hurricane Maria forever changed the lives of Dominicans the effects of that night are still being felt by businesses and individuals alike.

For award winning Rosalie bay resort the damage was especially catastrophic and now the mostly solar-powered 28-room boutique Has announced that it is closing its doors.

On Wednesday October 17th the hotel announced.

“The time has come to wish you farewell. In September 2017, Discover Dominica was hit with the full force of Category 5 Hurricane Maria. Rosalie Bay Resort suffered catastrophic damage. After tremendous consideration, we are deeply saddened to announce the resort will not reopen.

Dominica is once again thriving, so please plan a visit. Airports, hotels and restaurants are open and the vegetation is lush. By choosing a vacation to the Nature Island, your tourism money will continue supporting this special island.

Thank you for your generosity and kindness, for being a part of the Rosalie Bay Resort story and for allowing us to share our simply magical home with you.”

Rosalie Bay Resort is an eco-boutique and wellness resort nestled in the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons where the Rosalie River meets the black sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.

The hand-built sanctuary seamlessly blends into its 22-acre surroundings with 28 spacious rooms and suites, waterfront spa, wellness program, and local and organic cuisine. Stunning natural beauty and modern touches work in perfect harmony to create a vacation that is simply magical.

In 2015, Rosalie Bay was named a charter member of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World. Spanning six continents and including 44 lodges, Rosalie Bay is one of only five Caribbean properties to be included in this prestigious group.


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