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Roasalie Bay
Rosalie Bay is a sanctuary amid the wilds of Dominica. Just 45 minutes from the capital city Roseau, this intimate eco-boutique Dominica hotel features 28 spacious rooms and suites, organic cuisine, nature-inspired spa, personalized wellness program chic amenities, a black sand beach where turtles safely nest, and more. Built by hand over the course of nine years, Rosalie Bay Resort is a dream and labor of love for owner Bev and her partner Oscar. They created an eco resort to share the beauty of the nature isle with visitors, empower the local residents and protect the environment. Nestled at the foothills of the Morne Trois Pitons, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the southeast coast, our Dominica hotel sits on 22 verdant acres at the intersection of the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and crystal clear Rosalie River.

Stunning natural beauty and modern touches work together in perfect harmony to create a vacation where you feel rejuvenated, relaxed and reconnected.

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Rosalie Bay is a pioneer on Dominica when it comes to the environment, with the island’s first wind turbine, the only Green Globe resort certification and founding the sea turtle conservation program earning a Travel + Leisure Global Vision Award.

A 225 kW wind turbine, one of the largest in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, together with more than 300 solar panels generates energy for lodge operations. The solar power also heats the hot water throughout the resort.

Owner Bev partnered with WIDECAST and other organizations to establish a sea turtle conservation program on Dominica. The efforts to protect the endangered gentle giants began on the nearby black sand beach, but has since spread throughout the island and had great success in protecting the nests and hatchlings.

Rosalie Bay Resort was built by hand by locals using sustainable and recyclable materials. Talented island artisans hand carved wood into the beautiful furniture found throughout the lodge’s rooms, suites and offices. Batik artwork was created by artists in Roseau. Handmade gifts in the boutique are created by crafters on island.

Today, the resort continues to be a major source of employment for the local villages and continues to support local businesses.

In addition, meals are prepared with fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables grown in a nearby organic garden or procured from local fishermen and farmers. Other environmental efforts include solar-heated water, UV filtered spring water, LED lights and more.

From chairs made from recycled milk jugs to sustainably-produced cotton sheets, every detail at our eco resort puts the environment first and supports Rosalie Bay’s comprehensive Environmental Policy.

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