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Curaçao is a popular destination for a full-service holiday. The selection of hotels is therefore mostly limited to affordable resort hotels, usually not the most romantic accommodations. However, there are a few exceptions. These 3 boutique hotels ensure a romantic stay – complete with a couples’ massage, a bottle of bubbles or a bed full of rose petals.
Landhuis Daniel proves that romance doesn't have to be expensive. A double room in this elegant, ochre-coloured plantation house dating from 1650 costs as little as 70 US dollars per night. The spacious rooms at Kura Hulanda Lodge are twice as much but that will book you a room on the most beautiful and remote part of the island. The most expensive villa at the Baoase Luxury Resort will set you back 2,000 dollars a night – but comes with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a balcony with ocean view plus a garden with private swimming pool.
Originally, the only thing missing from the 5-star hotel village Kura Hulanda in Willemstad was the beach. That is why multimillionaire and philanthropist Jacob Gelt Dekker bought the best beach on the island, and then built his tropical paradise right on the Caribbean Sea. Kura Hulanda Lodge is located at Westpunt, the most beautiful and remote corner of Curaçao; it offers spacious rooms, an organically shaped pool, a restaurant with a small but excellent menu, and a white beach with sun beds and palapas umbrellas. One of the most beautiful dive sites of the island is only steps away.
'I have a restaurant with a few rooms!' The owner doesn’t want to call it a hotel, but Landhuis Daniel is one of Curaçao's most romantic inns. The ochre-coloured plantation house set amidst rugged nature is home to a restaurant with a French-Caribbean menu. The 7 rooms are not luxurious but offer all the amenities for a good night's sleep after a gourmet (organic) 3-course meal. The estate also boasts a diving school, a swimming pool and a garden with an orchid nursery.
‘Barefoot elegance’ is the theme of the relatively new Baoase, possibly Curaçao’s most luxurious hotel. The standard rooms are anything but standard, equipped with a minibar, a king-sized bed, a rain shower and outdoor pool. The suites are even more luxurious and feature a terrace with Jacuzzi and ocean view. And for the ultimate indulgence, there are villas with 2 bedrooms, an indoor and outdoor bathroom and a garden with a private swimming pool. The excellent restaurant serves French-Asian fusion cuisine and the terrace has a beautiful infinity pool.