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Sexiest Honeymoon Resorts in Curacao

Updated: Jan 18, 2021

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With its charming Dutch brightly colored colonial architecture, a thriving art and culinary scenes, and extraordinary history museums, go-go Curacao feels like a little piece of Europe lying at the edge of the Caribbean. Curacao offers magnificent secluded beaches, fascinating caves, fantastic snorkeling and diving, and a wild, undeveloped windward shoreline dotted with thorny cacti and whiptail lizards. Catering to tourists isn't the island's primary goal, making Curacao feel more authentically Caribbean than its neighbors. So if you're looking for a small, delightful island that's busy setting its own pace – a place where the adventuring is more rampant – Curacao is right for you! Here are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Curacao.

Kick-off, your shoes, dip your feet in the basin outside your suite to rinse the sand from your toes. A tranquil, romantic retreat set on Curacao's southern end, Baoase magically washes away your every care. Tucked away in torrid foliage are 23 suites and villas. It is a secret haven of relaxation, barefoot luxury, and flawless service; the deep woods and Balinese-inspired decor add to the zen-like vibe. Restore and relax at the infinity-edge pool or with an in-room massage. Explore the colonial Willemstad, the capital of Curacao, or lie on an idyllic private beach.

For a funky, hip honeymoon, consider the adorable Villa Tokara. The resort and grounds are charming, possessing colorful artwork and sculpture. The owners live on the property, and they are a valuable resource for couples seeking to get to know locals. This boutique resort is home to five rooms. Spend days lounging on sunbeds at the pool and dine at nearby restaurants. Villa Tokara offers a perfect location for honeymooners who want to be within walking distance of the capital's historic center. The hotel is not on the beach, so Villa Tokara isn't for you if being beachfront is essential for you.

For an over-the-top honeymoon full of indulgence, look no further than the spectacular Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort. With its 350 rooms, this large resort provides a range of upscale amenities, including four restaurants, three pools, a perfect white-sand beach, spa, and an 18-hole golf course with stunning ocean views. Santa Barbara is a secluded haven, so rent a car to explore Willemstad. The resort offers an all-inclusive option.

History loving couples will want to head to the Avila, the oldest continuously operating hotel in Curacao. It opened in 1949, but the original building dates from 1780. This lovely 150-room hotel affords guests a luxe beachfront experience, including modern amenities, an infinity pool, and two beaches. You can book a couple's massage in the resort's Santai Spa. Consider one of the Ocean Front Blues rooms, which sit on their pier and offer superb sea views for something unique.

Sitting on the beautiful Seaquarium Beach, the Kontiki is a mere 20 minutes from the airport and steps away from the beach. The resort features two beach clubs, a tropical garden, and five saltwater pools. Kontiki also offers diving trips, car rentals, a full-service spa, and a zen wellness area. It is an excellent choice for couples that want to get off the beaten path.

While the Floris Suite Hotel is a modern adults-only resort, it's a gay-centric resort ideal for LGBTQ honeymoons. It lies on Picadera Bay, so you will only be minutes away from Willemstad's shopping, dining, and nightlife. Floris has a private Moomba Beach Club, which is the most gay-friendly beach on the island. Floris has several restaurants, a clothing-optional spa with a sauna, and a lively social scene.

Curacao is one of the ABC islands. It is part of the Netherland Antilles; Willemstad is UNESCO World Heritage, and it is one of the loveliest capital cities in the Caribbean. The capital offers a lively waterfront, and its famous bridges spanning the city's canal celebrated for its cityscape of vibrantly painted Dutch colonial homes. Willemstad is exceptionally walkable and safe, with lots of charming shops and restaurants for honeymooners to discover. The island is only 38 miles long and 8 miles at its widest point, which means stunning beaches are never far away. These are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Curacao.

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