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Recent Curacao reviews

  • A week in paradise

    "Our stay at Villa Sea Paradise was outstanding. We had made arrangements for the local property manager to shop for us ahead of time which was money well spent. It was nice to have cold beverages upon arrival. The house and the view could not be more beautiful. The kitchen opens to the outdoor seating areas so you always have the beautiful view. The villa is appointed nicely. Nice glasses and cookware, comfortable outdoor and poolside seating with umbrellas for shade, as well as comfortable beds. There is a TV room in the front of the house with lots of videos, but we didn't want to spend time inside. The wind was strong the week we were there and we didn't get to access the water from the swimming platform until the last day. It's a nice area to snorkel, lots of soft corals. You can also access the water via a ladder at the Papagayo resort and swim back to the villa (just remember to lower the ladder!). Other nearby areas to snorkel include Tugboat, Directors Bay, Caracas Bay. We had a delicious meal at Pop's on Caracas Bay after snorkeling there. It took some time but it was well worth the wait. We also took advantage of being able to walk to the nearby restaurants and grocery store. Both the owner and local property manager were a pleasure to work with. They responded to all of our questions promptly. I would highly recommend this villa."
    Guest: Loretta P. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 21, 2015
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  • Easter 2015

    "Great stay at jan Sofat : fantastic house with all comfort and luxury. A lot o space for everyone with a nice vieuw of the sea and a pool that was very welcoming. Close y to nice beaches and Willemstad. We'll come back for sure Mike and Sigrid"
    Guest: Mike T. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 20, 2015
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  • Very nice, peaceful location; comfortable digs

    "I was really sad to have to leave Curacao and Marazul. The apartment was in such a beautiful, peaceful location. You really couldn't ask for anything more serene. I don't know if it's always so quiet but seems like the other guests were all couples and small families so it was very mellow. That was nice for us. We didn't mind the distance from Willemstad. We drove down there 4x (2x for snorkeling, 1x for the Klein Curacao boat trip, and 1x just to walk around) and we didn't really mind the schlep. The way the apartment is situated so you could either eat with a view upstairs or downstairs was so nice. I could have spent the day on the patio listening to the rustling trees and waves. There was a wonderful variety of beautiful birds flying around the property. And to be able to see the sunset from the balcony! Fabulous! The condo was very comfortable for two, might have been a little snug for another couple but doable. The condition of the condo was very good. Had a little trouble with the fridge freezing some fresh produce so take care there. Like most condo rentals, knives were very dull making chopping veggies a challenge. Being out on the quiet end of the island did mean more limited restaurant--and grocery shopping--options but we did pretty well. We ate 2x at Trio Pinotti which was my favorite place. Two fantastic meals there. (Highly recommend the coconut fish as many others on Trip Advisor did.) Ate once at Daniel which was also terrific but a long drive and too long dinner for a repeat. We also ate at Forti which was OK ("rustic" as the neighbor put it. I'll say! but I enjoyed eating a lionfish there and doing my duty to rid the Caribbean of the invasive species.) We also ate at Rancho El Sobrino which was fine. We didn't have the greatest conditions for snorkeling through the week but managed to see some amazing things. Right off Marazul we saw an octopus! We saw squid at Tugboat. The best snorkel we had was at Santa Cruz though which is not far at all from Marazul. It was really amazing. Snorkelers don't always get to see much of a variety of coral but this place was special--out around the rocky shelf point to the left side of the beach. Long swim but worth it. As for diving Watamula was great as recommended by Andrea and Chris. It was a great trip!"
    Guest: Val from Jersey City Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
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  • Lovely view. Nice house.

    "This house is perched on a hill in a developed neighborhood. The seaview from the deck is a southern exposure so sunrise and sunset can be enjoyed. The overhang provided adequate shade. Be aware that there is a row of house roofs below this house about 100 yards away and adjacent houses 30 feet either side. The pool on the lower deck is a pleasure. Almost private feeling. The property looks serene from photos and while we were there, there was no seriously disruptive noise in the neighborhood. There is some traffic noise on the residential streets. My partner didn't notice it all but I did. She was more attuned to the birds in the morning. Far less chaos than a hotel or condo complex, but don't expect complete isolation and serenity. The bedrooms are air conditioned. Slept well on comfortable bed. The great room is cooled by breezes. Rarely felt warm. There is a fan to assist. The house is readily accessible to several beaches and about halfway between town and Westpunt. Three good restaurants within 10 minute drive. Karakter, Playa St Mari and Landhuiz Daniel. Definitely need a car and I recommend a GPS."
    Guest: Steve E. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 10, 2015
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Curacao Travel Tips

Traveling to Curacao Vacation Rentals

Getting to Curacao is easy. There are several daily non-stop flights directly to Curacao from major cities in the United States. Regular commercial flights are operated by several major airlines which means that you should be able to find reasonably affordable airfares. If shopping around for the best deal, you may consider routing via one of the nearby Caribbean destinations such as Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Trinidad & Tobago, or Jamaica. All these destinations have good international air links and frequently scheduled commercial flights on to Curacao. If traveling from Europe, there are daily flights between Curacao and Amsterdam. There are also good flight connections from major South and Central American cities. There is a local departure tax which is payable at the airport. The Curacao International Airport boasts modern facilities and the longest runway in the Caribbean. It has the capability to host almost any kind of aircraft.

Activities and Attractions at Curacao Villas

Curacao is one of the Caribbean’s top underwater and diving destinations. The pristine coral reefs will delight even the most experienced of divers. A highlight of Curacao diving is a site known as the mushroom forest. Here, you can experience a magical underwater forest of giant mushroom-shaped star coral. Some are as large as 10 feet. The diving conditions are ideal and typically, you can enjoy crystal-clear visibility, warm water temperatures, and calm swell conditions. Snorkelers can enjoy the underwater wonders on the shallower reefs. For those who simply want to relax and enjoy the sunshine, there are miles of beautiful sandy white beaches and persistent good weather.

On land, the islands have some unique attractions. The Hato Caves are an intricate network of limestone stalactites and stalagmites. There are also a number of cave drawings which are believed to dates back 1,500 years. For those who enjoy exploring nature trails, the Christoffel National Park has miles of scenic trails for visitors to enjoy. You can photograph wildlife or visit the beautiful cultivated gardens. Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beautiful pastel-colored buildings are unique in that it is the only place outside of the Netherlands where such fine examples of Dutch colonial architecture can be found. Willemstad is a shopper’s delight with boutiques and galleries offering a wide assortment of high-end purchases. It is also an excellent place to enjoy an evening out as there are many fine restaurants in the town.

Visitors to Curacao Resort Rentals

Curacao attracts many European visitors to its sunny shores. On any given day, you can hear a wide range of languages spoken on the beachfront. Many North American travelers come to visit to enjoy the amazing natural wonders and warmer tropical climate. It is generally considered one of the more affluent Caribbean destinations and many of the resorts cater to the up-market traveler. In terms of diving destinations, it is a world-class spot and diving enthusiasts from all over the globe come to experience its underwater marvels. The landward natural attractions attract adventure enthusiasts and many make excellent photo subjects.

Best Time of Year to Visit Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Curacao

Curacao enjoys a year-round warm tropical climate. Heavy rain falls tend to occur in May and again in October and November; these are generally the off-season months for travelers. The summer months can get very hot which is ideal if you enjoy water sports but perhaps too warm to laze on the beach. The peak travel season is during the moderately cooler months which are from December through April.

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