Dorado Beach East is within the Dorado Beach Resort home of the Ritz Carlton Reserve. This is a one of a kind executive resort house with full access to the ultimate Caribbean beach resort with more than 2000 acres of landscaped golf courses, beaches and tropical gardens. The resort property was originally master planned by Lawrence Rockefeller.
Description of Dorado Beach East:
by Walsh, Michael T., and Astrid Diaz. Un Sueno Dorado A Pictorial History of Dorado Beach. Hyatt Dorado Beach Corporation, 2001.
Nature, tradition, architecture, and a vision of future, these were the key concerns when designing the newest resort community, Dorado Beach East. Its design had to contribute positively to the history and image of Dorado Beach, respecting the development perspective’s expressed by Mr Laurance Rockefeller through architect Henry Klumb's Master Plan. This was accomplished once again thanks to the support of the Pritzker family, the steward of Rechard Schulze, President of Dorado Beach Hotel Corporation, and Eng. Friedel Subbe of Northshore Development. Their combined sensibilities toward architecture, art and nature united to create this special community.
Almost 300 acres of land, nature's beauty and Dorado Beach's landscaping are configure with structure designed by architect’s Lorenzo Ramirez de Arellano, Heriberto Carbia, Otto Reyes Casanova and Robert Lamb Hart. Gabriel Berriz is the landscape architect.
Passion for the preservation of nature, felt so strongly by Mr. Rockefeller, continues to shape the Dorado Beach community. A parcel of land inside Dorado Beach East known as "The Pterocarpus Forest" is now protected conservation area, as result of a donation of the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico. Its 32 acres are unmatched in the area, with only one other such refuge in the island.