During our stay at Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, we were able to tour Su Casa – a private 5-bedroom, 8,000 square foot hacienda located on the waterfront of the property, Now this isn’t just any vacation home for rent. Su Casa was built by Clara Livingston and her family in the 1920s when Dorado Beach was just a pineapple and coconut plantation. In 1958, she sold the land and Su Casa, to Laurance S. Rockefeller, who built a midcentury-modern hotel and named it Dorado Beach. Interesting fact: Amelia Earhart was a good friend of Clara Livingston and apparently stayed at Su Casa days before disappearing over the Pacific Ocean in 1937.
The historic Spanish colonial hacienda, is available for the small price of $25,000 a night. Can you imagine?? Of the many things guests of Su Casa can enjoy, I personally loved the oceanfront infinity pool and the outdoor bathtub in the master suite. It was like out of a dream!
Now on to my outfit: it was a struggle to get fully glammed up for dinner every night. I tried to do my hair the first night and after that totally gave up (I decided I’d rather spend my time at the pool). So every night I pretty much went with a cute outfit and a swipe a lipstick. This tropical print romper was perfect for our trip and paired nicely with my Mar y Sol tote and embellished sandals.
Happy Monday everyone!