One of the Top Spots for 2012

Caribbean Travel + LifeIn the December 2011 issue of Caribbean Travel + Life, the editors named Rosalie Bay Resort one of the “2012 Top Spots.”

The article writes, “Nestled between Dominica’s jagged Atlantic coast and the Rosalie River, Rosalie Bay Resort is a no-brainer for nature lovers.” It continues to highlight our sustainable efforts, including the wind and solar energy, and the “flavorful fare” found at Zamaan restaurant and grown in our on-site organic garden.


“Rosalie’s nine charming gingerbread-trimmed cottages, which house just 28 colonial-contemporary rooms, site on 22 verdant acres bursting with heliconia, ginger and hibiscus. Enchanting nature trails start right outside your door…Rosalie’s volcanic black-sand beach provides a tranquil and protected area favored by nesting leatherback, hawskbill and green turtles, and the resort offers a turtle program from March to September each year.”

Read more of what the editors have to say as well as their other picks for 2012 in the December issue.

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