Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino Completes Redesign

The Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino has completed a modern enhancement project for the new year following a $12 million investment and extensive redesign. Included in the update was the lobby, 223 guestrooms, on-property casino and Nautilus restaurant.

The property partnered with Dash Design, an interior design team based in New York City, to blend elements of the indoors and outdoors, while also tying in the charms and culture of Curaçao. Highlights include:

  • A polished lobby, which provides an environment for guests to enjoy upon arrival and throughout their stay.
  • A revitalized Wind Creek Carnival Casino Curaçao, the most-visited casino in Curaçao. The casino now has a new entrance, 250-plus gaming machines, 12 tables, a renewed rewards program for 2020 and a new Windcreek.com app to provide everything travelers need.
  • New guestrooms with a blend of urban and natural elements, including local ceramic art.
  • Blending of cultures and cuisines. Travelers can now enjoy a combo of international cuisine with local touches and flavors of Curaçao sprinkled throughout. The main restaurant, Nautilus, can seat up to 120 individuals both inside and outside buffet style. Blue Bar has also been enhanced to offer a variety of takes on the popular “Blue Curaçao” cocktail.

Located in the heart of Willemstad, Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino has guests 237 rooms and the Infinity Beach Club. Adjacent to the resort is the Rif Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Renaissance Mall, which has a host of upscale shopping and dining options. On-site conference and banquet facilities include a ballroom, coffee lounge and business center.

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Maylin Trenidad serves as the general manager. 

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