Royal Isabela, A Destination Hotel

Royal Isabela, A Destination Hotel, is an intimate luxury resort on Puerto Rico’s spectacular northwest coast with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The landscape lush with native flora and fauna is an epic backdrop for unforgettable golf getaways, romantic escapes and adventurous family vacations.
  • Royal Isabela Golf Resort
  • Royal Isabela Golf Resort
  • Royal Isabela Golf Resort
  • Royal Isabela Golf Club

Perched atop the cliffs of Puerto Rico’s coveted northwest coast, Royal Isabela, A Destination Hotel, is a boutique resort featuring 20 private casitas with plunge pools and extensive views of the Atlantic Ocean. As the first Caribbean property within the Destinations Hotels collection, Royal Isabela offers guests all the amenities of a world-class golf club, combined with a luxury resort experience that is both authentic to its destination, and dedicated to environmental conservation and sustainability.

The Links at Royal Isabela is a 18-hole golf course positioned along bluffs 200 feet above the ocean. , Considered among the best in the Caribbean, the award-winning course’s landscape pays tribute to the Scottish game with natural sand dunes, island greens, dramatic cliffs and deep canyons.

Overseen by award-winning Executive Chef José Carles Fabregas, farm to table dining experiences at The Restaurant at La Casa feature cuisine rich in local flavors. Through cultivated relationships with local farmers, cheese makers and fisherman, only the freshest ingredients are used, including homegrown produce from the resort’s River Farm and Gatehouse Garden, an organic farm and nursery with more than 20,000 native trees and plants. The open-air Croquet Bar offers sweeping views of the golf course and the ocean serving wine and local micro-brewed draft beers along with tropical cocktails and tapas.

Royal Isabela connects its guests to nature through conservation initiatives. The heart of these efforts is El Pastillo Conservation Trust, which is charged with preserving the ecosystems found along El Pastillo Beach, adjacent land and the surrounding cliffs.