There is another article including a picture (could not post the picture). Here is an excerpt:
The intimate resort will be one of the first properties in the Caribbean featuring overwater bungalow-style accommodations, offering a unique experience to guests visiting the region. The 126 spacious suites will overlook a secluded inlet featuring magnificent views of the water and surrounding tropical landscape. The resort, owned by developer/hotelier, Franz Sydow, and an international investment group, will start construction in 2015 and welcome guests in the summer of 2018. Upon opening in the Isla Di Oro area, this will be the fifth property for the luxury boutique hotel brand ZoŽtry Wellness & Spa Resorts.
I personally would like if there were not more buildings/hotels/resorts. I remember that in the past years it was always like "this is the last hotel we build..." but then there are more and more. IMO, overbuilding would be horrible. I also liked if there were still some areas in Aruba where it's still authentic. For me, that's the real Beauty of Aruba. JMO.
July 2013 – PresentIsla Di Oro is the ultimate expression of our investors’ experience and
vision. At the time when environmental protection becomes a worldwide
priority, Isla di Oro Beach Wellness & Spa is committed to safeguarding threatened mangroves and coral. Our select team provides a solid base upon which the Isla Di Oro brand will stand strong to energize Aruba’s tourism, offering quality, service and design of the highest caliber,preserving the biosphere and foster all visitor with ecological awareness; the beauty of the mangroves and the lagoon, its pristine waters, its multicolored fish, numerous corals will be the proof to that.
The preservation of the mangrove area, totaling approximately
230.000m2, is one of our main missions and that is a challenge which
we would like to take with you…….