|SuperClubs Unveils Its First Dutch
Following $6 Million Renovation
Curacao, a new resort, the first in the Dutch Caribbean was recently
launched by SuperClubs, a company known for its all-inclusive resorts. More
than $6 million was poured into the resort, completed in time for the
company’s anniversary year.
In August 2001, SuperClubs signed a
management contract with Lionstone Hotels & Resorts to operate Princess
Beach Resort & Casino in Curaçao as a SuperClubs Breezes Resort. The
resort recently underwent major renovations. A nightclub, entertainment
center, Japanese restaurant
and spa were added, guestrooms and public area were refurbished and the
casino was enlarged and redecorated.
Set on nearly 1,500 feet of white sand beach, Breezes Curaçao offers 339
suites and rooms, three swimming pools, Jacuzzis, several fine dining
restaurants, nightclub and entertainment center, casino, piano bar, fitness
center and tennis courts. Each guestroom and suite is equipped with
air-conditioning and has either a patio or a balcony.
"We are delighted to have the
privilege of opening the first all-inclusive resort on Curaçao, and to
further our presence in the Caribbean with the Breezes brand," said
SuperClubs' executive chairman Hon. John J. Issa. "As pioneers of the
all-inclusive resort we have seen its tremendous
contribution to the tourism
industry, and feel our new Breezes resort will help increase marketplace
awareness for Curaçao and diversify the island’s tourism product."
Curacao is located two miles from downtown Willemstad and it’s 10 miles
from Hato International Airport. The island is 40 miles north of Venezuela.
Catering to singles, couples and families, prices for this beachfront resort
include: accommodations; meals, snacks and premium liquor; land and water
sports activities (including equipment and instruction) and entertainment.
Full service weddings are also included. Tipping isn’t allowed.
In addition to SuperClubs' trademark Breezes feature, a professional circus
workshop with a swinging trapeze. Breezes Curaçao has also introduced the
island's first ice-skating rink, as well as a 30-foot rock-climbing wall.
more information or reservations, contact:
at 800-GO-SUPER (or 800-467-8737) or visit their website at http://www.superclubs.com
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Williams is a freelance travel writer. (More about