It’s about to be an exciting couple years for our friends at AMResorts!
The world-renowned resort brand has just announced that they will be opening three new resorts in three amazing locations — Curacao, St. Martin and Aruba.
All three will offer the luxurious amenities you’re used to with all-new surroundings, excursions, culture and more.
Dreams Curacao Resort, Spa and Casino
Opening December 15, 2019, Dreams Curaçao Resort, Spa & Casino is nestled on the sandy beaches of Piscadera Bay, part of the southern coast of the beautiful island of Curaçao.
And when we say beautiful, we mean beautiful.
With a prime location near one of the world’s most praised diving sites and a mere 15 minutes from Hato International Airport, guests will enjoy all of the inclusions of unlimited luxury.
Here, diving is a must.
Savor cuisine at seven dining options, including a brewery featuring local microbeers, and enjoy top-shelf spirits at four bars. Relax poolside or walk along their two beaches.
Dreams Curaçao has everything for a picture-perfect island getaway.
Secrets St. Martin Resort and Spa
Opening February 1, 2020, the modern Secrets St. Martin Resort & Spa takes its inspiration from the island’s radiant surroundings, steeped in Caribbean European and French roots.
Just look at this place.
Located just 35 minutes from the Princess Juliana International Airport, Secrets St. Martin is on the French side of this island known for its outdoor markets and French and Indian Cuisine.
This setting makes this luxurious and romantic hideaway central to all of the cultural vibrance of St. Martin.
Secrets Baby Beach Aruba
Opening in the fourth quarter of 2021, the luxurious Secrets Baby Beach will open on the friendly island of Aruba.
The 600-room property will sit on the namesake white-sand beach at the southern part of the island near San Nicolas.
The adults-only property will include all of the All Inclusive brand’s signatures, from reservation-free dining ,to 24-hour room service, to nighttime entertainment.
It’s a particularly significant development for southern Aruba, which is home to San Nicolas, the island’s cultural capital but a destination that has yet to attract a major hotel project — until now.