Right before the world shut down from COVID-19, Mike and I went to Puerto Rico for five days. It was heaven and I wanted to share some pictures here in case anyone is considering travel in their future.
Here was the criteria we considered when selecting where to go:
- Somewhere Tropical
- A Direct Flight
- A Short Commute From Airport to Resort
- Nice Resort with Good Service
Not on the list, but a nice perk – we didn’t even need passports from the U.S. to Puerto Rico!
I would highly recommend where we stayed, which was Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve. Here are a couple of links to other sites we read beforehand – this one from Forbes and this one from The Points Guy.
“In the world as it is today, we need places of quiet beauty where people can get away, unwind, restore their spirits and energies,” said Laurance S. Rockefeller. He founded the Dorado Beach Resort in 1958 and given the state of the world today, his words are more profound than ever.
The entire 14000-acre property is largely recognized as the first eco-luxury resort in the Caribbean, and it has that air of easy elegance paired with modernist design. It nestles effortlessly into the nature of the surrounding geography and honors the land’s natural beauty and sweeping coastline. The property also comes with a powerful history; so many iconic names have stayed there–from Amelia Earhart to President Eisenhower, Ava Gardner, JFK and Joan Crawford. Even now, superstars and powerful figures regularly visit, and feel assured they’ll be undisturbed and be able to vacation in privacy.
The resort itself was beautiful! So much so that I must admit, once we got there, we didn’t leave!
The food on property was great – there were several restaurants.
Making this post makes me realize I sure miss traveling! If you all are interested, I linked up what I wore here.
Hope everyone has a great rest of their week! Cheers to the weekend…