Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico

Dorado Beach’s four Inspirato accommodations offer full access to the amenities of Dorado Beach Resort, home to a private golden beach, three golf courses, high-end spa, and more. Two standalone estates—La Vivelisse and Villa del Rocio—come with private pools and two golf carts to make it easy to explore Dorado Beach Resort and select amenities at Ritz-Carlton Reserve.

The penthouse condominium-style home Pomarossa features a great room with tall ceilings and golf course views. Swim in the private infinity-edge plunge pool at Picaflor, a three-bedroom ground-floor villa with abundant outdoor space that opens onto the golf course.

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Culture in the Caribbean

A different Caribbean experience awaits you in Puerto Rico, where striking remnants of a rich and storied past coexist beside elegant new developments. After Laurance Rockefeller acquired Dorado Beach resort in the 1950s, it became a haven for JFK, Elizabeth Taylor and other celebrities, who treated Dorado as their private escape. And yet, just beyond its gates, the conquistador legacy is evident in the 16th-century fortress El Morro and colonial buildings with bright pastel facades. With championship golf, exciting kids' activities and perfect Caribbean beaches, Dorado Beach combines the island's rich history and celebrity past with world-class luxury.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    SJU
  • Daily Non-stop Flights
    More than 200
  • Passports
    Not needed!
  • Average Temperature
    82° F
  • Ponce Carnival
    Late February/early March

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity


  • Day Trip: Old San Juan

    San Juan's history dates back to 1521, when Ponce de Leon founded it. The city is known as "La Ciudad Amurallada" (the walled city) for the fortress remnants of the conquistador era. It's in Old San Juan where you'll really see the ancient culture come to life in more than 400 carefully restored 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colonial buildings.

    At their base, the streets are paved with aquadine cobblestone, a blue stone brought over centuries ago on Spanish ships. Old San Juan also features one of the New World's oldest churches and Ponce de Leon's burial site. For some lively nightlife, hang around to spend an evening at the casinos.

    Points of Interest:
    • Plaza de San José
    • Plaza del Quinto Centenario
    • Plaza de Armas
    • Plaza de Colón
    Forts:
    • El Morro
    • Castillo de San Cristóbal
    • Fuerte San Gerónimo
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Dorado Beach Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Puerto Rico Vacation

    The weather stays warm year-round in Dorado Beach, ranging from the low 70s to high 80s. You'll find that it's almost always a great time to don your new swimwear and lounge on a golden beach.

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Map of Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico

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