Curacao Marriott Beach Resort has reopened tafter undergoing a $40 million renovation. The 336-room hotel is set on six oceanfront acres overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The redesigned space was renovated to represent the latest innovative design thinking from the Marriott Hotels brand.
“As we continue to re-invent concepts and grow our portfolio across all product categories, we are grateful to be working with such an established and respected hospitality brand such as Marriott Hotels for a product of this caliber,” says Rob Smith, executive vice president of Aimbridge Hospitality, that manages the property. “Proud to see that our vision for Curacao has finally come to fruition, we hope to continue this momentum with Marriott International in the Caribbean. With our consistent regional growth in markets such as Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and St. Croix, Curacao was a natural next step in our expansion plans and we look forward to seeing the success of this crown jewel in the Antilles region.”
Just minutes from the island’s historic capital, the hotel has multiple amenities for guest to enjoy including an adult and family-friendly pool, a kids club and a walking path connected to the property. There is also a state-of-the-art gym with daily classes including yoga, Pilates, pool fitness and more. Guests can also take advantage of live entertainment in the lobby on weekends as well as the Reef Club which offers a private lounge setting with food and beverages.
“At Marriott Hotels, we strive to create spaces where our guests can feel their most inspired,” said Manny Rappenecker, VP, Marriott Hotels, in a statement. “The reimagined Curacao Marriott Beach Resort more than lives up to that promise – melding our signature clean design aesthetic with local touches inspired by the beautiful Caribbean surroundings to give guests the ultimate space to relax and recharge.”
Restaurants include a fine dining eatery called C-Spice and multiple bars including a craft cocktail bar and pool bar. The C-Spice restaurant features Caribbean fare with hints of European and Latin American flavors. The restaurant will offer guests inside or outside dining adjacent to the courtyard that features a cigar lounge and bar with premium rums and spirits.