Escape to an intimate oceanfront resort on Puerto Rico’s spectacular northwest coast.
Blessed with stunning Atlantic views, dramatic cliffs and a landscape lush with native flora and fauna, Royal Isabela is an epic backdrop for heartwarming family vacations, unforgettable golf getaways, romantic escapes, milestone celebrations and gracious resort living.
Enjoy the natural majesty of Isabela, Puerto Rico from your private Casita, as you play a round on The Links, explore two miles of quiet beach, or paddleboard on the mysterious Guajataca River.
LOVE THE LAND, HONOR THE GAME
Designed as a tribute to the grand traditions of golf, Royal Isabela celebrates the natural beauty and vibrant heritage of our Puerto Rican location. Part of our vision is creating a golf resort community that is warm and welcoming, yet also delivers a level of quality that befits the private club lifestyle.
We want Royal Isabela to be both a treasured family escape and a source of pride for our members and residents, as well as a natural, gracious and luxurious haven for our guests.
More importantly, our vision for Royal Isabela involves caring for this stunning property for perpetuity. It is our heartfelt intent to restore, preserve, conserve and maintain the land at Royal Isabela for future generations to enjoy.
Our Native Flora and Fauna
Our flora includes the tropical almond (almendro), beachberry (borbon), Portia tree (majaguilla), paradise plum (icacos), Maga tree, seagrape (uva playera), scheflera and buttonwood (mangle boton).
Among our indigenous plants is Oplonia spinosa, a thorny vine important to the endangered Harlequin butterfly (Atlantea Tulita). Not only does the Harlequin lay its eggs on the vine, the plant provides protection and supplies nutrition when the eggs turn into a caterpillar.
In addition to the Harlequin and 30 species of butterflies, Royal Isabela is home to: A bird inventory of 65 species, including the Scarlet Tanager, Bananaquit, the Puerto Rican Woodpecker, Grey Kingbird, Little Blue Heron and Snowy EgretLeatherback sea turtlesHermit crabs
STAY IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
As a guest of Royal Isabela, you’ll enjoy all the amenities of a fine golf club and the ambience of a luxury resort in Isabela, Puerto Rico with the best personalized service.
Our spectacular location, casitas, terraces and patios will all invite you to stop for a moment to bask in the sunshine, breathe in the fragrance of the higuerillo trees or search for constellations in the starry sky.
- Each villa style accommodation, charmingly named a Casita, is a private hideaway with its own plunge pool and terrace
- The Links at Royal Isabela are described as ‘Golf Heaven’ by independentgolfreviews.com
- Farm-to-table dining in the restaurant and outdoor terraces is enhanced by views of the Links and the Atlantic
- Our open air Croquet Bar entices with stunning views and fresh breezes
- Enjoy a library, swimming pools, tennis, fitness center, trails and two miles of sandy beach
YOUR OWN LITTLE PIECE OF PARADISE
Our 20 freestanding Casitas are true little houses with each Casita encompassing 1,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. They have all been carefully sited to best catch Royal Isabela’s stunning ocean vistas and breezes.
Your Casita features an airy living room and bedroom (both with LCD TVs) with natural wood floors and ceilings, as well as an opulently sized bathroom with separate tub and large shower room. Both the living area and shower room open to a private pool terrace.
SAVOR FRESH, INVENTIVE CUISINE
The center for all things deliciously local is Jota Restaurant at Royal Isabela. The farm-to-table menu spotlights Royal Isabela’s very own vegetables, herbs and fruits, as well as the bounty from local fishermen, cheese makers and small family farms.
The intimately sized restaurant features an outdoor terrace overlooking the Atlantic and the Links.
WHERE GOLF WAS DESTINED TO BE PLAYED
The Links at Royal Isabela extend dramatically along cliffs 200 feet above the ocean, and drop to areas of natural sand dunes along the Atlantic.
Our golf course is alive with plants, birds and butterflies native to Isabela, Puerto Rico. Sod-faced bunkers add a Scottish flair to this island gem. All of these elements, along with trade winds that are your friend one moment and your foe the next, shape the course’s character and captivate the golf purist.
WALK THE LINKS
Created on site, not on paper, the design of our beloved golf course evolved from the land itself. Their hands-on and minimal-impact approach pays tribute to the Golf Links’ majestic partner: nature.
Each hole of the Isabela, Puerto Rico golf course provides a unique test. In fact, Royal Isabela is not limited to one signature moment. Mother Nature has provided them continuously from start to finish.
RESORT WEDDINGS & EVENTS – A ROYAL SETTING
Royal Isabela is Puerto Rico’s most unforgettable location for weddings, anniversaries, honeymoons and other milestone family events. We’re also ideal for small conferences and business retreats.
We can customize your event with golf tournaments, receptions overlooking the ocean, and unique group activities like beach tours, cooking lessons, yoga classes and standup paddle board tours.
Our warm Puerto Rican hospitality, privacy, superb cuisine, and the natural beauty of Royal Isabela will inspire your group!
As a Royal Isabela guest, you have the freedom to explore our 500+ acres of natural beauty found only in Isabela, Puerto Rico, in addition to the bordering environmentally conserved areas.
We also encourage you to take advantage of our on-site resort amenities, including our world-class golf course, grass tennis courts, kite surfing, deep sea fishing, swimming pools and croquet lawn.
Of course, you may be tempted to just relax on your private terrace and simply soak up the stunning Atlantic views. We also invite you to discover our little corner of the world: Isabela, Puerto Rico the Garden of the Northwest.
This special spot on Puerto Rico’s northwest coast is well known for its wildflowers and butterflies, famed surfing beaches (site of the World Surfing Championships, 2012) and annual tango festival.