The Caribbean’s Newest Luxury All-Inclusive Resort Opens In April 2022
Sandals Resorts has unveiled its newest resort, the Sandals Royal Curaçao. The resort is located within the Santa Barbara private estate that combines natural beauty – desert, ocean, mountains, and shoreline – with a luxurious resort experience.
About Sandals Royal Curacao
With 351-luxurious rooms and suites, Sandals Royal Curaçao will have more all-inclusive luxury options than ever before, including two new signature suite categories, the Awa Seaside Butler Bungalows, and Kurason Island Poolside Butler Bungalows, complete with Tranquility Soaking Tubs™, private pools, butler service, and convertible MINI Coopers complimentary for guests to drive while exploring the island.
- Unique Suites
- 12 5-Star Dining Options
- 3 Food Trucks
- Butler Service
- Concierge Service
- Convertible Mini Coopers
Currently open for reservations, Sandals Resorts is offering guests who book a stay at Sandals Royal Curaçao a special Grand Opening Offer with savings of up to $1,000.Learn More
Curaçao is in the Southern Caribbean Sea, together with sister islands Aruba and Bonaire. Curaçao – a country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands – is known for its adventurous terrain, pristine beaches, limestone caves, and its vibrant capital city of Willemstad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Fringed with 38 beaches and coral walls full of marine life, Curaçao is a haven for snorkelers and is home to seventy dive sites and exotic marine ecosystems.
Local cuisine in Curaçao is a mixture of European, West-Indian, and East Asian (particularly Indonesian) flavors. Dutch influences are found in the use of cheeses, bread, and seafood, which are also important in Curaçaoan food. I
Today Curaçao’s population derives from nearly 60 nationalities—an exuberant mix of Latin, European, and African roots speaking a Babel of tongues—resulting in superb restaurants and a flourishing cultural scene.
Although Dutch is the official language, Papiamento is the preferred choice for communication among the locals. English and Spanish are also widely spoken.
The island, like its Dutch settlers, is known for its religious tolerance, and Curaçao is one of the most LGBT-friendly islands in the Caribbean. learn more