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Curacao HotelsSurrounded by the warm, clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, most people visit Curacao for the white sandy beaches, with palm trees swaying gently in the breeze and laidback bars lining the waterfront. The island has a Dutch influence from the colonial days, meaning the island is full of colorful, unique architecture, European style restaurants, and comfortable, friendly resorts. Things to seeMambo Beach is a little piece of paradise on Earth with white sands, shallow, clear blue waters, and areas of dense palm trees. There are plenty of amenities along this popular beach, including bars, restaurants, and a swimming pool. It’s part of the wider area of Seaquarium Beach, which is an impressive resort that’s family-friendly during the day, with the nightclubs lighting up at night and parties going on until dawn. Jan Theil Beach is situated on a quiet and pleasant bay, with plenty of opportunities for snorkeling, and comfortable sunbeds set up along the shore. If you’re not into snorkeling, you can still appreciate the local marine life at Curacao Sea Aquarium. Its location on the seafront means that seawater can be pumped directly into the aquariums, ensuring the sea creatures stay happy and healthy. Outside, you can see playful dolphins frolicking in their tanks, and get up close to friendly sea turtles. On dry land you can enjoy the colorful Renaissance Shopping Mall, an upscale plaza with plenty of international brands, and restaurants with pavement tables so you can enjoy the sea views. Hotels in
CuracaoThere are plenty of luxury hotels in Curacao, with 4 to 5 star resorts dotted along the most beautiful beaches. You’ll find excellent hotel features such as umbrellas and sun loungers on the beach, golf courses, spas, outdoor pools, tennis courts, and world-class restaurants. In our room you’ll find extra amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible, such as iPod docking stations, premium bedding, plasma televisions, and bathrobes. Curacao also has cheaper hotel options slightly away from the beach, with resorts that include casinos and bars, as well as comfortable guest rooms with amenities such as safes, coffee makers, free WiFi, and refrigerators. Where to stayCuracao’s capital Willemstad has a strong Dutch colonial influence in its architecture, with colorful terraced buildings sitting alongside the waterfront. The city is home to plenty of hotels and casinos, with restaurants alongside the harbor where you can sit outside and watch the boats coming in or the sun setting. To the north of the island you’ll find Sabana Westpunt, a quiet area of the island with dozens of small, hidden beaches, low-rise resorts, and laidback beach bars shaded by palm trees. Jan Thiel is in the south of the island and is a popular resort with families. Here you’ll find plenty of budget resorts, with busy, beautiful beaches that have plenty of activities. How to get to CuracaoCuracao International Airport in Willemstad is in the heart of the capital. The airport has desks for many major international car rental agencies, with most resorts less than a 45 minute drive away. There are taxis available 24 hours a day from the terminal, and you can also pick up buses that regularly travel around the island.