The Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino Will Get a Makeover

Courtesy of Dash Designs - Renaissance Curacao

This February marks the 10-year anniversary of The Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino opening its doors. To celebrate, the hotel will be undergoing an extensive refurbishment.

The refurbishment will begin on April 1 and be completed in multiple phases. The restaurant, lobby area and casino are scheduled to be finalized by August. For phase two, all guestrooms are set for a December completion.

Dash design, an interior design team based in New York City, will lead the project. Guests can expect future designs to blend elements of the indoors and outdoors, while also building on Renaissance Curaçao’s overall island aesthetic.The major highlights include:

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  • New “Luxe Cocoon” Lobby – The hotel says its new lobby will provide an immersive environment for guests to enjoy upon arrival and throughout their stay
  • Revitalized Casino Entrance - The casino will welcome guests into the 1,500-square-foot adult playground with a modernized entrance
  • Enhanced Guestrooms - Upgraded guestrooms with a blend of urban and natural elements will include new additions such as local art
  • Refreshed Nautilus Restaurant - The overall restaurant design will be altered to reflect a modernized chi concept

The hotel says refurbishments will be implemented in stages allowing the redesign to be completed in an efficient and timely manner, while also allowing guests to be as uninterrupted as possible. As remodeling progresses, breakfast will still be served buffet-style with lunch and dinner being offered a la carte-only. In addition, the indoor function space will be open between 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

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