Caribbean resort delivers something for everyone on this year?s holiday gift list
Press Release 2012
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (October 8, 2012) - The stress of choosing the perfect holiday gift can often overshadow the enjoyment of the holiday season.
This year, instead of giving another present that will simply collect dust on the shelf, give the gift of a memorable vacation to Hyatt Regency Curacao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina. Whether seeking a getaway for the whole family, a romantic trip for two or a spa retreat to recharge for the upcoming New Year, travelers to Hyatt Regency Curacao will find that this white-sand wonderland is on the top of everyone's wish list.
For the family?
Cross the entire family off of the shopping list with a family vacation they will never forget. With three swimming pools, an 18-hole Pete Dye championship golf course, four tennis courts, a full-service spa, Camp Arawak for the kids, snorkeling, diving and a seemingly endless amount of water sports through Ocean Encounters, Hyatt Regency Curacao features a variety of activities that are sure to please kids and parents alike. After a full day of fun in the sun, the family can gather together to enjoy a dinner at MEDI, which features an exhibition kitchen and outdoor seating, perfect for catching the Caribbean sunset. With a resort photographer on hand, families can pose for next year's holiday card and head home with lasting memories.
For that special someone ?
Impressing your significant other this holiday season will be a breeze with a romantic retreat to Curacao. A visit to the resort's private Shaman Beach, a couple's massage at the expansive Atabei Spa and a romantic meal for two at SHOR, the resort's upscale, fresh seafood restaurant, are sure to ignite the flame this holiday season. After a full day of activities, those wishing to impress their partner can retreat to one of the resort's Sea Traditions Suites. Located among three semi-private buildings overlooking the ocean and golf course, these suites offer intimate and luxurious accommodations with sea- and island-inspired amenities, including authentic island art, an iHome with iPod docking station playing soothing sounds of the ocean and binoculars to gaze at the stars. Guests staying at the Sea Traditions Suites enjoy a private, on-call butler, who attends to every detail.
For the spa go-ers?
After all of those cinnamon spice lattes, sugar cookies and eggnog, treat loved ones (and yourself!) to a post-holiday spa retreat and detox at Atabei Spa. The resort's expansive spa features four treatment rooms, an indoor/outdoor rain shower and relaxation patio where treatments begin with a cleansing ritual including an herbal water foot cleanse. Guests can restore dry skin with an Aloe Curative Facial, exfoliate and reveal glowing skin with the Curacao Laraha Scrub or de-stress with the Stemps Massage, a traditional Curacao healing technique, using sachets of locally grown herbs dipped in warm organic oil.
For giving thanks?
Guests visiting over Thanksgiving can indulge in a special holiday buffet featuring traditional comfort foods at MEDI on Thursday, November 22, from 5 to 10 p.m. Prices are $39 per adult and $19 per child ages four to 12. Children three years old and younger eat free. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting the resort concierge.
Hyatt Regency Curacao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina
Located at Santa Barbara Plantation, the 350-room Hyatt Regency Curacao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is part of a 1,500-acre luxury resort community nestled along a natural harbor known as Spanish Water, 25 minutes from Curacao's capital city of Willemstad. The luxury resort features uninterrupted water views on three sides, white sand beaches, full-service Atabei Spa, separate 24-hour Hyatt Stay Fit fitness center, Camp Arawak, three outdoor pools, three restaurants, lounge, dive and water sport facility, Old Quarry - an 18-hole Pete Dye designed championship golf course and 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space.