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After nine years of construction, Rosalie Bay finally began welcoming guests to Dominica's west coast in January, 2011. Guests praise this "eco-luxury" resort for its array of activities, including daily yoga classes, organic cooking tutorials and strenuous jungle hikes. Nestled in the Morne Trois Pitons foothills, Rosalie strives to protect its picturesque environment — the resort offers guests sea turtle conservation education, and generates its energy from a wind turbine. But that doesn't mean Rosalie Bay's accommodations lack luxury. After a seven-hour hike to Dominica's Boiling Lake, guests can sign up for a hot river stone massage at the oceanfront Kalinago Spa or take a dip in an onyx-lined saltwater pool. Recent guests love the ability to bed down in an air-conditioned cottage or guest room after a long day in the steamy rainforest — free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs are an added bonus. Zamaan Restaurant also receives praise for its healthy fare, much of which is grown in Rosalie Bay's own organic garden.
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