Lets Move to Puerto Rico: Tax Haven and A Ritz-Carlton Reserve at Dorado Beach

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Are you ready to move to Puerto Rico for half of the year? As you know Puerto Rico has been all over the news most recently as being America’s new Tax haven for the wealthy. However, it has not on the news, but on the radar and in conversation among my social circles. We speak about how Puerto Rico is the new hot spot for a close trip that is easy and pure luxury. Lets buy a place at The Ritz-Carlton and live in paradise and have our taxes reduced majorly? I am in!

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, defines premier luxury resort living and isthe second of its kind in the world and the first to offer Ritz-Carlton Reserve Beachfront residences, conveniently located 30 minutes outside San Juan.

When Laurence S. Rockefeller, Dorado Beach’s original developer, first broke ground more than 50 years ago, he imagined living on one of the Caribbean’s finest beaches with golden sands just steps away from one’s private pool and terrace. His dream has come true, and at the right time.WestBeachLivingRoom_DB

There are three communities to choose from: West Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve Residence, Dorado Beach East Estate Homes and Plantation Village Golf view Condominiums. Another perk: you have full access to the resort’s amenities and gold courses that were designed by Trent Jones, Jr!

These are just a few perks you can enjoy: The Pineapple, Sugarcane, and East 18 hole Championship golf courses, Four featured restaurants, including Mi Casa by Jose Andres, Encanto Beach Club, Dorado Beach Fitness and Wellness Center, Spa Botanico, an incredible 5-acre spa experience offering massages, facials, soaking tubs, beauty salon, manicures and pedicures, and treehouse treatments, The Watermill, a $12 million aquatic playground for both children and adults, water sport activities and lessons, Rockefeller Nature Trail– 11 miles of walking and biking trails that surround the entire 1,400 acre resort and Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassador of the Environment Program, where families can participate in innovative, hands-on eco adventures, using Dorado Beach as a natural classroom to learn how to protect fragile coastal environments.