This luxury golf resort hotel and spa, located in an adjacent hill to La Romana is designed to complement and serve a 200-residence golf community. The magnificent 18-hole golf course, fronting the Chavon River, serves as a background for the hotel and spa. The 84 guest rooms and 10 cabanas were carved from the mountain; using the coral rock for the building structure and hardscape and follows the mountain contour while experiencing the spectacular views. As the guest rooms step down the mountain, the large recreation terrace, with whirlpools, becomes the roof of the unit below creating the feeling that the building grew from the mountain. The building consists of a series of attached structures with pyramid shaped clay tile roof, each one housing the different components, as lobbies and receptions, restaurants, back of the house, and a 10,000 S.F. spa. Water is one of the main themes of the project which is surrounded by ponds and features a 240-foot-long swimming pool and solarium has four cabanas on the water with cascades on top of the glass span overlooking the Chavon River. The image is a modern minimalist South American inspired architecture built with green natural local materials as stone, wood, concrete and clay. Most of the stone materials are to be quarried on site.
The project has 176,576 square feet of construction. All the landscaping consists of native plants and trees.
La Romana, Dominican Republic
176,576 SQ FT
84 AND 4 CABANAS