All Inclusive Curacao

When you find yourself wanting to head to the Caribbean for a relaxing getaway, the all inclusive resorts in Curacao can make for an ideal base. These resorts keep it simple by including virtually everything they offer in one rate. In addition to the easy planning that comes with paying for everything up front, you'll also enjoy a great location, as the all inclusive Curacao resorts rest right on sandy beaches. You won't have to go far to get your feet in the sand during your Curacao all inclusive vacation, and while you can simply opt to relax on the beach all day, there are plenty of other fun things to do as well.

Curacao All Inclusive
Curacao All Inclusive

While Curacao might not be your first choice for an all inclusive Caribbean vacation, it definitely deserves a look when planning your tropical escape. There are only two all inclusive Curacao resorts, so you won't have a lot of options when it comes to all inclusive lodging. You should find, however, that the two all inclusive resorts in Curacao do a good job of making up for the lack of quantity. The Sunscape Curacao Resort is more akin to your typical Caribbean resort, while the Sunset Waters Beach Resort is a boutique hotel that offers a resort feel, so you can choose what better suits you when making your final all inclusive Curacao lodging decision. At both of these all inclusive resorts in Curacao, your one-time fee will not only include your accommodations, but your meals and drinks as well. Also included are a number of fun activities, many of which are water sports, so you won't have to worry about where to eat and what to do. It's the epitome of an easy trip, so if that suits your travel tastes, you might consider taking a Curacao all inclusive vacation.

The Sunscape Curacao Resort (pictured), which can be found on the southeastern side of the capital city of Willemstad, is ideal for couples, singles, and families, as it offers something for everyone. All of your meals and drinks are covered, as are your activities and entertainment, so if it's a Curacao all inclusive vacation that you have in mind, this one can certainly deliver. Since the resort is only ten minutes from the island's international airport, you can get here in no time, which means that you'll be sitting poolside with a refreshing drink in hand before you know it. There are 341 guest rooms and suites to choose from at the Sunscape Curacao Resort, and while none is overly luxurious, they all are clean, attractive, bright, and cheery. Among the in-room amenities that you can expect are air-conditioning, satellite TV, a CD player, a telephone, a patio or balcony, a coffeemaker, a safe-deposit box for valuables, a hair dryer, and an iron and ironing board.

When you stay at the Sunscape Curacao Resort during your Curacao all inclusive vacation, three restaurants, two snack bars, and five bars with premium cocktails are available for guests to enjoy. When you're not dining, snacking, or grabbing some beverages during your stay at the Sunscape Curacao, the water sports that you can enjoy at no extra cost include snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, and paddleboating. Scuba diving excursions are easy to book for those who are interested, though they do cost extra. There are two swimming pools for guests to use, and one is exclusively for children. The other one is more adult-oriented, and features a swim-up bar. This hotel brand knows what it's doing when it comes to all inclusive vacations to Curacao, thanks to its already notable standing in the all inclusive industry.

While Sunscape can more than meet your needs when it's an all inclusive Curacao resort that you have in mind, don't forget about the Sunset Waters Beach Resort. This boutique-style resort can be found on the island's relatively quiet southwestern side. A free shuttle can get you to the capital city of Willemstad, though you might never want to leave the resort grounds. The Sunset Waters Beach Resort rests on a picturesque crescent-shaped beach, and its secluded locale will definitely put you in a relaxed state of mind. If scuba diving is high on your list of things to do, you'll likely love the Sunset Waters Beach Resort, as you can enjoy unlimited lagoon diving. All inclusive Curacao dive packages can be booked here as well if you want to hit some of the island's other great dive sites.

Top-shelf alcoholic beverages will cost extra at the Sunset Waters Beach Resort, but you won't have to pay for meals, other alcoholic drinks, or an array of activities and other amenities. Swimming in the resort pool is always an option, and sunbathing on the large deck is also a pleasant way to pass the time when you're up for some relaxation. Other amenities you are free to enjoy include a tennis court, basketball hoops, and beach volleyball courts. You can also hit the 18-hole miniature golf course, snorkel, or try kayaking, among other things. The Sunset Waters accommodations come in a few different forms, and family suites are available if you need added space. While relatively basic, the rooms are clean and comfortable. Cable TV, air-conditioning, and private bathrooms figure among the standard amenities.

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