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May
2019
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06:09 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

AMResorts Signs Management Deal for Dreams Resort in Curacao

By Donald Wood www.travelpulse.com

AMResorts announced a new resort management deal Monday that would bring the Dreams Resorts & Spas brand to the island nation of Curacao.

Officials from Apple Leisure Group revealed the property formerly known as Hilton Curacao would undergo a $15-million-renovation before re-opening in December 2019 as Dreams Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino.

The overhauled AMResorts property will be located in Piscadera Bay and feature 197 rooms and suites, each with a private balcony and other luxury touches meant to resonate with couples and families.

“We’re very pleased with the Caribbean’s current momentum and expect this trend to continue for the foreseeable future.,” ALC Executive Vice President Javier Coll said in a statement. “Considering ALG moves two out of every 10 U.S. travelers headed to the Caribbean, and the fact that the Curacao Tourism Board has succeeded on attracting more American visitors than ever before now is the time for owners to invest in the island’s all-inclusive market.”

“We’re looking forward to introducing our very first Dreams property in the country and are confident our firm’s proven track record and unmatched expertise will continue fueling our growth throughout the region,” Coll continued.

Guests staying at the Dreams Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino will have access to private white sand beaches, two culinary concepts, a luxury spa, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, a corner shop, cafe and more.

The Curacao property will offer the brand’s signature Unlimited-Luxury vacation concept, which covers all on-site dining and service options. The package includes gourmet a la carte dining offerings, 24-hour room and concierge services, an unlimited premium beverage program, daily refreshed mini bar, daytime activities and live nighttime entertainment.

The Curacao deal brings AMResorts’ resort portfolio to 64 resorts, plus an additional 10,000 rooms currently under development. (Click here to read the full article)