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- Secret Bay, Dominica, West Indies
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Why Stay At Secret Bay
Serene privacy awaits you at this secluded hotel on the beautiful island of Dominica.
Looking for a destination off the beaten path? Consider Secret Bay on the northwestern tip of the untrammeled eco-island of Dominica. Set among lush tropical vegetation and constructed from carefully curated sustainable materials like Guyanese greenwood and hand built by local craftsmen, the four luxurious tree house villas above mango trees have red cedar furnishings, outdoor showers and full-equipped kitchens. The in-house chef favors organic ingredients sourced from the property's orchard and wild herb garden, and you are invited to tag along to local markets to stock your kitchen. The hotel is a haven for outdoor fiends. Grab a kayak and paddle out to the nearby reefs or discover the mesmerizing sea caves. Are you in need of more Zen? Arrange for an in-villa massage, for Yoga classes on the outdoor deck or descend on a Meditation Corner in the on-site wild orchid garden.
Not in the mood for cooking while on vacation? Opt for the hotel's personalized cooking service whipping up two meals a day in your villa.
Take advantage of the hotel's well-stocked wine cellar and get a chilled bottle of bubbly to celebrate the end of a fabulous day in your hammock.
Arrive at Melville Hall Airport (DOM) which is approximately 22 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Ross Blvd, Dublanc, Saint Peter Parish, Dominica
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Equipment Rentals
- Yoga Classes
- Laundry Service
- Concierge Service
- Private Villas
- Fully equipped Kitchens
- Outdoor Showers
- i-Pod Docks
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Home Entertainment Systems
- Book + DVD Selections
- Personal Cook (surcharge)
- Cooking Classes
- 2 person max occupancy in the Zabuco Honeymoon Villas and Mapou Bungalow
- 5 person max occupancy in Zing-Zing
- Transfers from DOM airport to the resort
- Fruit platter
- Welcome dinner with private chef
- Use of mountain bikes, kayaks and snorkeling gear
- Use of a Kindle with the international newspaper of your choice
Why We Love Dominica
Boasting untouched rainforests, stunning waterfalls and ribbons of charcoal-colored sand, the enchanted island is a blissful slice of the Caribbean yet unchartered by tourist crowds.
19 Castle Street (upstairs), Roseau, Dominica.
Where to Drink: Located in a small cottage-turned-restaurant across from the Caribbean Sea, TAO Lounge Bar & Grill draws an eclectic crowd with its internationally inspired fare, breezy courtyard patio and island-rum based cocktails like the tart Havana Sidecar made with triple sec and lemon juice. Drinks for two $20.
7 Victoria St., Roseau.
Best Day Trip: Plan on visiting Dominica's Morne Trois Pitons National Park. The Park features five volcanoes, freshwater lakes, hot springs and the famous Trafalgar Falls. The twin cataracts are easily reachable via well-maintained paths. If you dare take a dip in the pool at the foot of the smaller waterfall-it's refreshingly chilly.
Outdoor Excursion: Ask the kitchen staff to prepare an organic picnic basket and hire a guide at the hotel to take you up scenic Indian River past mangroves and Bwa Mang trees. Refuel with a special punch at the funky bar located in the midst of the jungle, a favored spot by the cast and crew while filming the Pirates of the Caribbean flicks.
Why Go Now
October 24 - 26, 2014
World Creole Music Festival
Pulsating Creole music with acts from across the Caribbean is front and center at this 3-day event.
Windsor Park Sports Stadium, Bath Road, Roseau.
October - November 2014
The month-long celebration features cultural activities like African dance competitions, parades and traditional food offerings.
February 16 - 17, 2015
The pre-Lenten spectacle also called The Real Mas is unquestionably the most festive season in Dominica. Locals are fiercely (and audibly) loyal to their favorite participant in the Calypso Final and the National Queen Show. Various locations around the island.