Officially opened in December 2021, the destination, the villas and suites of this destination provide an immersive experience in the nature of the country, with the best views of the ocean.
The Coralina Island House is the newest concept in oceanfront luxury in the Caribbean. It is a place to enjoy the sea and its exuberant tropical jungle, with gardens and corners specially designed to enjoy the warmth and isolation of the place.
The architecture of its 8 villas and 23 suites is inspired by Javanese and Balinese-style shapes and decoration, and provides a unique experience, with private gardens or balconies overlooking the ocean. In the decoration, the wood, the fabrics and the objects of art have Asian and artisanal motifs, such as silks, batiks, stone carvings from Bali and antique furniture from Java.
At the heart of this complex and under the command of Rodrigo Vázquez, the La Coralina Restaurant and Lounge Bar offers a true Caribbean gastronomic experience.
Another differential of La Coralina Island House is its beach club, which is located between the sand and the hotel. With an entire structure of services and an attentive staff, guests can relax on loungers, in the shade of the coconut trees, or in the warm water pool with infinity edge, and enjoy the menu at any time of the day, which offers fruit cocktails and original drinks, as well as more casual dishes such as sandwiches and salads.From the club it is also easy to organize any of the various activities that La Coralina offers, such as stand-up paddling, kitesurfing, surfing, diving or snorkeling and hiking to observe animals, among many others.
La Coralina Bay is also home to Coral Nation, a non-profit organization committed to the preservation of marine ecosystems through the engagement of local communities, scientific research, and the protection of biodiversity; they regenerate damaged coral reefs by establishing coral nurseries in the ocean and on land.
The new hotel promises to attract travelers in search of nature, the perfect waves and the tranquility of the most deserted beaches.