Curaçao Is Getting a New All-Inclusive Resort

all-inclusive curacao cover resortA rendering of the new-look Dreams Curacao.
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A new all-inclusive brand is coming to the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao later this month.

Fast-expanding Apple Leisure Group’s AMResorts subsidiary is set to open its new Dreams Curaçao Resort, Spa and Casino on Dec. 15, according to the company. 

The new resort is the product of a renovation and rebranding of the former Hilton Curaçao resort. 

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What one of the new eateries will look like.

The property is completing a $15 million renovation project, AMResorts said. 

The family-friendly resort is set on Piscadera Bay on the southern coast of Curacao, a major addition to what has traditionally been a sparse all-inclusive offering in Curaçao, with the exception of AMResorts’ Sunscape Curaçao, which first debuted on the island back in 2012.

Curaçao’s all-inclusive sector will continue to grow over the next few years, as another major company, Marriott, recently announced plans to open an all-inclusive resort on the island under its Autograph Collection brand.

Dining concepts will include seven eateries and four bars, along with the Dreams brand’s signature “unlimited luxury” all-inclusive concept. 

The resort will also feature a a spa with indoor and outdoor treatment options, according to the property’s Web site. 

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A rendering of one of the 197 rooms at the new-look Curacao all-inclusive resort.

The property is part of a wider Dutch Caribbean expansion for the company, which just last month announced plans to open a Secrets-branded resort on the neighboring Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba. 

It’s also another new launch for the Dreams brand, which will be debuting a new resort in the Dominican Republic in February and recently opened a new 605-room all-inclusive Dreams resort on the beach in Acapulco, Mexico.

And it’s yet another launch for Apple Leisure Group, which has been on a sizzling expansion push in the wider Caribbean-Mexico region in recent years, one that is set to continue in 2020.

For more, visit Dreams Curacao

— CJ

 

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