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Escape the Winter Weather at This Curacao Resort and Soak in the Sun

Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino Spa Packages Ideal for Total Relaxation

WILLEMSTAD, CURACAO -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/14 -- Sun, sandy beaches, pristine waters and modern amenities create fun and relaxation in Curacao, one of the Caribbean's most intriguing destinations.

Bursting with great adventures and a welcoming atmosphere, Curacao and its historic port capital of Willemstad provide unique vacation destinations filled with beachfront reprieves, spectacular diving, dynamic architecture, exciting dining and everything needed for a stress-free tropical escape.

Situated in the heart of Willemstad and nestled neatly around the city's historic Rif Fort, the Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino is a vibrant vacation destination adding the comforts of relaxing hotel and spa services to the many vacation options of this oceanfront paradise. Spa services, an elevated beach and lively casino combine to provide a blend of oceanfront relaxation and uptown energy that allows travelers to mold their vacation into an escape reflecting their own style and desires. Offering impressive spa packages, this luxury Curacao hotel quickly becomes the ultimate destination for a rejuvenating getaway so guests can leave the stresses of everyday life behind and focus on recharging their mind, body and soul.

A romantic destination whether planning a wedding or honeymoon, couple's retreat or simply some fun and relaxation, spa packages that include services for singles and couples at the Rif Fort Babor Beauty Spa complement the atmosphere of the island and the Renaissance's sophisticated resort which includes world-class shopping inside the Renaissance Rif Fort Mall. Combining services from one of the highest rated spas in Curacao with opulent guest accommodations and lavish amenities, travelers can easily lose themselves in the magic of the resort's unsurpassed hospitality.

Ideal for escaping nasty winter weather, the stress of heavy workloads and the hustle and bustle of daily life, spa packages at the Renaissance Curacao Resort may be booked through May 31, 2014 based on availability at Special discounted codes found in the description of each package must be used at the time of booking to ensure package rates and amenities, so be sure to visit the resort's page for full details.

About the Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino
The Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino welcomes Caribbean travelers with everything needed for a remarkable resort experience. As home to the Infinity Beach Club, Carnaval Casino and Renaissance Rif Fort Mall, guests of this tropical paradise are surrounded by a host of amenities, local charm and stunning tropical views. Guests have access to a well-equipped fitness center, a jogging/fitness trail and can relax with drinks and ocean views around the resort's impressive infinity pool. Oceanfront vistas may also be enjoyed over lunch and dinner at the Infinity Beach Bar while indoor and outdoor all-day dining is available at the Nautilus Restaurant or if you want to experience fine dining visit our Cru Steakhouse & Wine bar for the finest flame grilled steaks. A Starbucks Coffee House is also a popular spot featuring gourmet coffees and light fare.

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