Sandals Royal Curacao recently welcomed its first guests and officially became the 16th Sandals resort. The resort, which is the latest addition to the Sandals family, is the first Luxury Included brand in the Dutch Caribbean. Executive Chairman, Adam Stewart explained that the vision for the resort was inspired by Curacao’s natural beauty, colourful culture, guests of the resorts, and the activities and attractions available for visitors.
Sandals Royal Curacao
The resort is located on the exclusive Santa Barbara estate, which is close to the Curacao International Airport. It is in the south of the island and faces the west, thus making it one of the best places to watch sunsets in Curacao. The resort has amazing amenities which are signature features of the Sandals all-inclusive offering. There is an elevated infinity pool which has stunning views of Spanish Water and the rugged mountains of Curacao.
Rooms have calming garden and ocean views and feature designs with Curacao’s island warmth in mind. There are 351 welcoming accommodations in the form of rooms, suites, and bungalows. The amenities include hardwood floors, king-size beds, fully stocked wet bars and smart TVs. Sandals’ signature Butler Elite service, airport transfers and 24/7 room service are available for select suites.
With the launch of Sandals Royal Curacao also comes the launch of Sandals’ first-ever off-site dining program, Island Inclusive. This new Caribbean dining program is a bonus for guests who book Butler suites and guests who are Sandals Select Reward members. The offer is a USD 250 voucher to dine at one of the eight partner restaurants is valid on seven-night minimum stays.
In addition to the resort’s amenities, guests can explore Curacao’s beaches, limestone caves, diving sites and its famous UNESCO World Heritage site, the capital city of Willemstad.
Where are the other Sandals resorts located?
In addition to Curacao, Sandals has resorts in Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, Antigua, Turks and Caicos Islands, Bahamas and Jamaica.
What are the brands in the Sandals family of resorts?
The Sandals family consists of Sandals, Beaches, Fowl Cay Resorts, and the Private Villas of Sandals and Beaches.
Can I get to Curacao from my area?
It is very easy to fly to Curacao from almost anywhere in the world. There are regular flights from Europe, North America, South America and the Caribbean.
Image: Sandals Royal Curacao
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