Checking In: One of Oscar de la Renta's Last Projects Was Redesigning This Hotel
by Laura Motta | November 12, 2014
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Checking In: One of Oscar de la Renta's Last Projects Was Redesigning This Hotel
Tortuga Bay

In the last year of his life, fashion designer Oscar de la Renta worked on one of his passion projects -- a hotel he helped develop in his native Dominican Republic called Tortuga Bay. Originally opened in 2006, and part of a larger Punta Cana resort, the 13 oceanfront villas offer guests airy open spaces, incredible views of the sea, and impeccable service. De la Renta oversaw a redesign of the villas just this year, and they reopened to the public three weeks ago. We found rates for about $580 per night with a three-night minimum stay for the smaller units in December, but most go for $905 and $1,030, plus tax. If you’re considering a visit -- or just need a Hump Day mental vacation -- here’s a look at the redesigned rooms, which stand in tribute to the late designer...

Tortuga Bay

Tortuga Bay

Tortuga Bay

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