Amstar DMC Adds Curacao and St. Martin

Handleskade, Willemstad, Curacao
Willemstad, Curacao

Amstar DMC, an Apple Leisure Group (ALG)-related brand, is continuing its expansion in the Caribbean with the addition of Curacao and St. Martin. Curacao operations began for Amstar DMC in November 2019, while operations in St. Martin will begin in February 2020. The DMC is now operating in seven countries and 29 destinations.

Currently, Amstar airport transportation from Curacao’s Hato International Airport is available to many resorts on the island. The launch coincided with the December 2019 opening of Dreams Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino from AMResorts, also part of ALG. 

To add to this growth, in February 2020, Amstar will begin operations in St. Martin with the same services to be provided—from shared and private airport transportation options to secure and reliable excursions. Amstar DMC’s 24/7 customer support is available to customers before, during and even after the guests’ stay in any Amstar destination.


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With these two new destinations, Amstar DMC adds to its list of locations in the Caribbean region. All in all, the DMC operates in Mexico, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Hawaii, Costa Rica, and now Curacao and St. Martin.

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