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Avila Beach Hotel Completes Renovation
Avila Beach Hotel, the oldest operational hotel in Curacao, recently completed a $600,000 renovation to its Ocean Front Blues Wing. The rooms have been fully upgraded with contemporary decor, new beds, soundproof walls, and modern bathroom and balcony furniture.
Additionally, the beachfront property, which is walking distance from Willemstad and was featured in this year’s iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, replaced the roof on its Sea Terrace Patio and Belle Terrace restaurant.
Kontiki Beach Resort Acquires Cabana Beach
Kontiki Beach Resort recently acquired Cabana Beach, the trendy neighboring beach club featuring chic day beds, scenic water views, free Wi-Fi and lounge chairs shaded by breezy palapas.
Just steps away from the private beach is the club’s restaurant and bar, open from noon to 10 p.m. daily, for beachgoers to enjoy lunch, dinner and small bites. The new addition of Cabana Beach marks Kontiki Beach Resort’s second beach club on the island. The resort recently opened MOOD Beach, the adjoining bohemian-inspired beachfront property.
Floris Suite Hotel – Spa and Beach Club Updates Guest Rooms
Floris Suite Hotel – Spa and Beach Club, an adults-only boutique hotel in Piscadera Bay, recently upgraded its suites with a new paint scheme and sleeker design to make them more suitable for business travelers.
The property, which is a short drive from downtown and Hato International Airport, offers free Wi-Fi, affordable rates for meeting spaces, and spacious apartment-style accommodations with living rooms and fully-equipped kitchens that are ideal for extended business trips. To celebrate the upgrades, visitors can take advantage of special introductory rates starting at $79 per night for travel now through August.
Lions Dive & Beach Resort Curaçao Unveils Renovated Guest Rooms
This month, Lions Dive & Beach Resort Curacao unveiled the remainder of its renovated apartments and suites, including 24 Lions Apartments, four One-Bedroom Lions Suites and the Penthouse. To give the guest rooms a fresh island-inspired appearance, the dark colonial furniture and cabinetry have been replaced with lighter pieces, evoking a more modern look and feel to match the rooms’ ocean views.