Ritz Carlton brings Reserve in Panama

Ritz Carlton brings Reserve in Panama

Ritz Carlton Hotel Company is flourishing their ingathering of Reserve hotels along with plans to start a luxury sanctuary on the Pearl Island, which is a private island located forty five miles south Panama City.

An exclusive leisure time experience which merges exquisite indigenous design, luxuriously relaxed ambiance and intuitive individual service; the resort is the 6th projected Reserve property, uniting present locations in Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico and Phulay Bay in Thailand, and forthcoming places that includes Morocco and Cabos San Lucas, Tamuda Bay and Molasses Reef in Turks & Caicosc among many plans slated for near future.

Bordered by beautiful beaches, one of the most diverse marine surroundings in the world, virgin tropical forests, sublime azure waters and enlivened by countless species of indigenous fauna and flora, the reserve’s centerpiece would have an open air resort that would offer 80 rooms, exceptional services that includes private beach club, lavish spa, t here restaurants and swimming pools as well as access to a world-class marina.

Co-owned by Grupo Eleta and Dolphin Capital Investors, this island is one of around two hundred and fifty different islands lived by fishing communities across the archipelago.

Ritz Carlton’s chief operating officer and President Herve Humler told that with an abundant forest environment and stunning beaches with a premium on privacy, the Pearl Island is a perfect place for the Reserve experience. People will relish an exclusive and secluded private location, along with a wealth of recreational options to choose from.