Secluded off-grid luxury: Experience the peace of mind of a minimal footprint eco-retreat amid 200 acres of lush wilderness in Dominica
Our picks for the 15 best new hotels in the world. Coulibri Ridge sets a new sustainability standard for the less-visited Caribbean isle of Dominica. The 14-suite off-the-grid hotel, situated on the southern tip of the island, uses solar panels and wind turbines for electricity, and pure rainwater is harvested and filtered on site.
5 Reasons to Visit Dominica’s Coulibri Ridge: This beautiful new resort is the talk of the Caribbean, but there’s way more than meets the eye. A bird’s eye view of this property will captivate all styles of travelers, but what’s inside will make everyone want to stay forever.
One of the planet’s most outstanding examples of a modern, off-the-grid eco-luxury resort is Coulibri Ridge. It is in Dominica amid 285 acres. The 14-suite property is powered by sun and wind and is the result of more than 20 years of research, environmental testing, infrastructure building, and community engagement.
Preferred Travel Group's Beyond Green portfolio of sustainably conscious hotels and resorts has added Coulibri Ridge in Dominica, a luxurious new eco-lodge that was built following 20 years of research, environmental testing, infrastructure building, and community engagement.
After years of passionate research and creative design, the project instigators succeeded in shaping a sustainable luxury that sets new standards of uniqueness, efficiency and quality.
Realising a vision of sustainability: Coulibri Ridge goes way beyond the ubiquitous ‘eco’ marketing speak; It is the real deal and it should be celebrated and embraced.
Certaines destinations semblent presque trop belles pour être vraies. Le projet de rêve de l’entrepreneur québécois Daniel Langlois, en Dominique, fait partie de ce lot : un hôtel quasi autosuffisant, en harmonie avec la nature et la culture locale, récompensé pour son design...
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Après une vingtaine d’années de recherche, un ouragan majeur et une pandémie, le rêve hôtelier de l’entrepreneur et philanthrope québécois Daniel Langlois prend officiellement son envol. En exploitant dans les Caraïbes un hôtel de luxe autosuffisant, respectueux de l’environnement et de la communauté, l’homme d’affaires souhaite poser les bases d’un modèle d’avenir pour le tourisme.
Quand luxe rime avec durabilité : Une prouesse architecturale faite de pierres volcaniques et d'un design raffiné dans les moindres détails. Un concentré de technologies vertes nichées au cœur de la forêt tropicale qui leur sert d'écrin. Un lieu où se lover au cœur de la Dominique...
When luxury rhymes with durability: A mix of architectural mastery made of volcanic stones and refined design down in the smallest details. The quintessence of green technologies nestled in the heart of the tropical forest that serves as natural display. A cocoon where to curl up in the heart of Dominica...
Announcing the Hot List Winners of 2023: Combining eco-sensitive best practices with true luxury, Coulibri Ridge is a model for Dominica and the wider Caribbean, demonstrating that you needn't sacrifice creature comforts to have a sustainable vacation. Coulibri Ridge's all-Dominican team of roughly 40 people is friendly and welcoming. Without exception, they’re genuine and eager to share information about their island with guests.
The World’s Greatest Places of 2023: Eco-conscious travelers will want to experience Dominica’s newest resort, Coulibri Ridge. High in the mountains with breathtaking views of the Atlantic and Caribbean Sea, it prides itself on being fully off-grid, powered by solar and wind turbines.
Coulibri Ridge's 14 luxury studios and duplexes are on 200 acres of lush hillside in Dominica, overlooking the island of Martinique. Both constructed and operated sustainably, there's no greenwashing here and the 20-year long development project provides a model for others to emulate.
The Caribbean's Newest, Super-Sustainable, Off-the-Grid Resort: Coulibri Ridge, in southern Dominica, is not only deeply environmentally friendly but positively impacts islanders, too. Coulibri Ridge was designed not only as a luxury resort, but also as a long-term research project that showcases the possibilities for self-sustaining communities in Dominica and around the world.
The Caribbean’s coolest new eco-resort is in Dominica. The resort is a dramatic design, set on a hillside with spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea and the neighboring island of Martinique.
The new Caribbean hotels worth planning a trip to this winter: Located on a mountain ridge in southern Dominica near the village of Soufriere, Coulibri Ridge is fully off-grid and uses solar energy as its main power source.
Sitting atop a lush green mountain ridge with views of the Caribbean Sea, Coulibri Ridge has all the trappings of a carefree resort — spa, yoga pavilion, gym, high-speed Wi-Fi — while being fully off the grid. The 285-acre retreat uses solar energy as its primary power source (there are wind turbines, too) and funnels purified rainwater to its infinity pools and 14 spacious studios and duplex suites.
Inside Coulibri Ridge, the new eco-conscious Caribbean resort that immerses you in nature and luxury.
25 Best Ecolodges Around the World (Worth Traveling For!): Coulibri Ridge on the Caribbean island of Dominica is a newcomer making waves for both its eco-friendly operation and design, and its unmatched guest experience. It doesn’t get much more sustainable than Coulibri Ridge.
Coulibri Ridge, una nueva escapada sustentable en el Caribe. Coulibri Ridge, el resort de lujo sustentable más nuevo del Caribe, invita a los viajeros conscientes a experimentar la auténtica sostenibilidad y el «lujo verde» en este hermoso resort recién inaugurado.
Off grid sustainable resort to open in the Caribbean: Coulibri Ridge is using solar energy and wind turbines to power the buildings and the operations, designed to have limited impact on the local environment.
Ecofriendly resort Coulibri Ridge opens its doors in Dominica. Sustainability will be the word at the 14-suite, 285-acre luxury resort. It claims self-sufficiency by using solar energy, filtering rainwater and growing much of its own produce. The resort's exterior is made from hand-chiseled stone sourced from the property, and common areas and suites incorporate recycled teakwood.
Coulibri Ridge brings a new level of sustainable luxury to the Caribbean and invites travelers to go off the grid and dive into luxury.