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November 11, 2020

RESTYLE YOUR PLACE

In these new days, it’s important that your house, bedroom, office or any other favorite place is where you want to come home to. Feeling relaxed in a new surrounding is now a day a special thing. With little adjustments, you can make the best of it.  For advice or restyling you can contact […]
November 5, 2020

THE WHARF CURACAO

In the center of Willemstad, right on the well-known Handelskade a new condominium building will be built. It’s being built for people who want to enjoy a great home and a great life, complete with a view over the old inner city of the world heritage, Willemstad, the Carribean sea, and inlet to the […]
November 5, 2020

CURACAO BORDERS OPENED UP FOR MORE VISITORS

Direct flights from the American state of Florida are allowed to land on Curaçao since Monday, October 17th. Travelers from Aruba and St. Maarten are also welcome again. However, passengers must be able to submit a negative corona test. Curaçao has opened the airport to fifteen Caribbean islands and 35 countries. Previously, direct flights […]
October 15, 2020

COME VISIT CURACAO

We have great news! Curaçao just opened the borders for more visitors. Not only visitors from The Netherlands can visit Curaçao, but also visitors from Canada and the states of New York, Connecticut & New Jersey (USA) are more than welcome to visit our beautiful island! The incoming passenger capacity has been increased as of […]
October 7, 2020

MARRIOTT COURTYARD HOTEL

The Marriott Courtyard hotel that is being built on the Rif will open its doors in 2022 says project developer Gilbert Ricardo of Gold Investment Curaçao. He hopes that the economy will pick up again. This is what Ricardo said in the Antilliaans Dagblad last week. The construction of the Marriott Courtyard hotel began […]
October 7, 2020

WORLD CLEAN UP DAY CURACAO

Great news! During the World Clean Up Day on Saturday, September 19, more than 193,892 kilos of waste were collected by at least 1,300 volunteers from 80 locations on Curaçao.