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Recent Caribbean reviews

  • A Week in Paradise!

    "I had the privilege of going to TCI in November with friends and truly enjoyed the experience at The Regent Grand. The service was amazing from the chairs and towels being set up for us, to fresh water available and delivered as needed from the bar and the attendants. The facility is clean and well maintained. The infinity pool was my favorite place both day and night. The condo was beautifully decorated and had all the amenities necessary for a great week in the Turks and Caicos. One thing to keep in mind if you choose to travel to TCI is to bring your own toiletries and non-perishables as goods are quite expensive on the island. This was my second time on the island and definitely not my last."
    Guest: Gracylou Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: January 21, 2015
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  • Paradise

    "It's almost impossible to describe Casa Rocalta, a villa of five separate structures, embraced by lush foliage and tiered among giant boulders incorporated into the dramatic architecture of each building. At the center, a luxurious pool and upper porch offer respite from the midday sun and breathtaking views of the sea. Casa Rocalta is truly a paradise, from the perfectly appointed accommodations to its breathtaking views. Only the spectacular neighborhood attractions (the beach just down the road for swimming and snorkeling, and the awesome Baths, a short walk up the road) could lure us away. We did visit area highlights, our favorite being our drive to the north end for dinner on Saba Rock. Honestly, it took an occasional mosquito or no-see-um bite to remind us we were not in Paradise."
    Guest: Kathleen S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 3, 2014
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  • Tough to Top This!

    "Stayed at Little Arches to celebrate Christmas (wife and myself and 22 and 25 year old daughters). All agreed it was best vacation ever – only sadness was realizing on Friday that our week was up and we had to leave the next day! Kim (owner) was great to work with. Everything was better than advertised, all accommodations were in great shape, very clean and well kept. She provided AWESOME detail on logistics to get to the house (was great – flight was long delayed and we arrived at North Eleuthera tired and after dark but breezed through like pros thanks to her directions and the helpful taxi drivers that know her and pamper her guests). She also gave us the low down on all places to visit, activities to pursue and places to shop and eat. We did not get thought the full of the list, so are already planning the return to continue checking it all out. The island is a ton of fun with both the friendliest locals and the most awesome beach we have seen (and we have checked out a lot). Little Arches is less than a minute from the beach and we could sit on the upstairs patio and listen to the waves crashing every night. The options for restaurants run the gamut from upscale (The Rock House) to super laid back local fare (conch salads at Queen Conch). The multiple beachfront restaurants are great for any meal and the staff is awesome in coming up with all types of creative local drinks. There are also many options to buy food for cooking yourself and Kim has Little Arches set up to cook and or grill any type of items you are to as well (we cooked in for our Christmas feast). Have rented properties in a number of locals and found Little Arches the nicest place not only in terms of location and amenities, but the personal attention from the owner. She had not only provided the information noted above, but arranged for our golf cart, checked with us during the stay to ensure all was fine and ensured that we had connected with the maid and were receiving all the services we needed. Can’t wait to go back!"
    Guest: Pat Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 6, 2015
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  • Clean, comfortable, inviting and sup. service

    "Like others we want to keep this place a secret however there was something at the end of our trip that bummed us out when we got home and then completely blown away with the Lynette and her staff's superior customer service and honesty. We spent some time picking out local unique hand made jewelry and stuff for our children. It wasn't so much the cost of everything but the time spent picking everything out and visiting all the local shops. Well one of us accidently dropped the bag between the bed and couch and even after a few sweeps before we left we forgot our stuff. So we got home and thought the worst of course because we were so far from home. I made a call to Lynette and she said nothing to worry because her staff house cleaning member Angel had found it and they have shipped the items already free of charge. Its those moments that make you feel ashamed of any other ideas we might have had of what might have happened to our belongs and strengthens our belief in people. This place was just what we needed, private, clean, beautifully decorated and includes superior customer service which we all can agree is hard to come by. There were only a few things I would recommend. Do not leave any trash out at all as the ants find their way. This is with anywhere but just a note. Also rent a jeep if you stay up on this hill as the drive is steep and long. I would also ask the staff to trim the trees as the view is starting to get blocked by the growth. And remember that if it is not sunny you will not get any hot water as the water is heated by solar panels which is great but just now this. And also bring your own toilet paper. I am surprised that this is not included as it is a very minimal expense and I think we used maybe 1 roll if that. It is in the contract however we totally forgot after 5-6 months. Great job Carlos, Lynette and Angel. We recommend your cottages. Oh and another note, we were going to rent a golf cart from Carlos and there were not available so they gave us a Jeep instead at no extra charge. This was very needed as it rained the 1st couple of days but then 5-6 days of perfect weather. We had a very special trip celebrating our 10 years of marriage. Thank you! Spark and Tara Schneider"
    Guest: Spark S. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 27, 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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