The resort, designed by Fruto Vivas, will appeal to both eco-lovers and architecture buffs
Fun extras like in-villa cooking classes and fresh smoothies at the hotel’s The Souce Shack
The dramatic clifftop setting and secluded nooks throughout the resort
Two swimming beaches
Rooms come with a Kindle for use on property; there are also board games, a DVD collection, and a small library
Bose speakers and iPhones with helpful resort phone numbers and pre-installed apps are available in all villas and bungalows
What To Know
Transport to the resort is free for stays of five nights or more
For home-cooked meals served in the comfort of your villa or bungalow, Secret Bay offers a personalized cooking service (up to two meals a day); guests can also self-cater and either shop for provisions at local markets or take advantage of a pre-stocked kitchen (an additional fee).
Guests must be at least 13 years old to stay here
A 20 percent tax per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Parking on site
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An intimate collection of chic treehouse-style villas perched cliffside in pristine Dominica
Romance abounds at Secret Bay, a secluded lair worthy of a James Bond villain and surrounded by the wild natural beauty of Dominica, a delightfully under-developed Caribbean escape. Villas and bungalows, crafted in Caribbean woods, fuse high style with an eco-friendly sensibility, and guests can avail themselves of a number of additional activities, from private yoga classes to nature walks and boat trips. Those in search of luxe details will find them in the hotel’s meditation decks, temperature controlled wine cellar, concierge services, and private driver available on request.
In the Area
Dominica is known for its dramatic topography, which boasts mountainous terrain, wild waterfalls, hot springs and volcanoes, and well-protected national parks perfect for nature lovers. Adventurous types can hike the Waitukubuli National Trail, visit the Kalinago tribes of the island’s Kalinago Territory, or scuba dive and whale watch with Dive Dominica. Secret Bay can also facilitate passes to the national parks, massages, and unique experiences like a class on local medicinal herbs.