Secret Bay, Portsmouth, Dominica
Exists in a Beautiful Equilibrium
A six-star all-villa rainforest resort experience, featuring secluded cliff top residential-style villas with private plunge pools, dedicated villa hosts, on-call concierge, chefs and guides, secret beaches and transformative experiences curated just for you. Elegantly immersed within a clifftop rainforest on “The Nature Island” of the Caribbean is Secret Bay, recently named as the #1 Resort Hotel in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas + #6. Hotel in the World by Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards 2020. Secret Bay is a six-star all-villa rainforest resort experience, featuring ten secluded clifftop residential-style villas with private plunge pools, dedicated villa hosts, on-call concierge, chefs and guides, access to a Secret Beach and transformative experiences curated specifically for each guest.
Secret Bay has direct access to two paradisiacal swimming beaches: Tibay Beach, and the soft white-sand Secret Beach, inclusive of a natural rock-formed arch, hidden sea-cliff cave, and rich marine life. The resort's luxurious amenities complete the most unrivalled island escape. Begin your day with a rejuvenating yoga class at the riverside Bwa Mang Wellness Pavilion, find peace at the treetop Gommier Spa, delight in the innovative “no menu” dining experience at open-air Zing Zing restaurant and cap your evening with cocktails on the cliff edge Vetiver Sunset Deck overlooking Secret Beach. This is, truly, paradise found.
Exotic and private, Secret Bay’s Ti-Féy Villa I is a fashionable treehouse boasting floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a two-story design, with a private plunge pool, outdoor rain shower cantilevered off the second floor, extra bathroom, gourmet kitchen and every modern amenity imaginable to complete your idyllic under-the-radar romantic hideaway.
Rising up from the ground from a single stem, the Ylang Ylang Villas present a stunning architectural creation. Marvelling at how the villas and their vast balconies are surrounded by trees, these residences have been called love nests, “bowers of bliss” or magical treehouse escapes.