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- Bon Bini Seaside - appartement
- Bon Bini Seaside, slaapkamer
- Bon Bini Seaside, balkon
- Bon Bini Seaside - zwembad
- 3-kamer bungalow
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Insiders tipOp verzoek wordt op dag van aankomst een boodschappenpakket klaargezet in uw bungalow, wel zo handig!
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Upgrade your stayStart uw dag met een heerlijk vers ontbijtbuffet bij Cabana Beach. U kunt vooraf bij de receptie een ontbijtvoucher reserveren voor maar USD 18 per persoon per dag. Kinderen krijgen 50% korting.
De bungalows zijn voorzien van een woonkamer met ventilatoren en een compleet ingerichte open keuken met een elektrische kookplaat, magnetron, koelkast, eetbar, waterkoker koffiezetapparaat en broodrooster. Daarnaast beschikt het over een badkamer met douche en toilet, een slaapkamer met airco en twee queensize bedden en een overdekt terras met zitje en ligbedden, telefoon en tv.
De bungalows zijn voorzien van een woonkamer met ventilatoren en een compleet ingerichte open keuken met een elektrische kookplaat, magnetron, koelkast, eetbar, waterkoker koffiezetapparaat en broodrooster. Er een slaapkamer met een kingsize bed en een slaapkamer met twee queensize bedden, airco in beide slaapkamers, twee badkamers met douche en toilet, kluisje, een overdekt terras met zitje en ligbedden, telefoon en tv.
Gelegen op 3 kilometer afstand van Willemstad en op 20 minuten rijafstand van de luchthaven. Slechts een weg scheidt dit complex van het populaire Mambo Beach; het befaamde Sea Aquarium is tevens op loopafstand gelegen. Goede busverbinding met Willemstad en een supermarkt is op 1,5 kilometer afstand.
- Zwembad met zonneterras en gratis ligstoelen
- Gratis WiFi
- Wasserijservice (tegen betaling)
- Korting op toegangskaarten voor Sea Aquarium
- Gratis toegang tot het Seaquariumstrand (toegangskaartje af te halen bij de receptie)
- Schoonmaak van de bungalows om de dag
- Handdoek en keukenlinnen worden worden om de dag verwisseld (of eerder indien nodig)
- Bedlinnen wordt op de 5e dag verwisseld (of eerder indien nogdig)
- Gratis busdienst naar de supermarkt (1 x per dag)
- Boodschappendienst (op verzoek)
- Gratis parkeerplaats, vlakbij uw bungalow
In de directe nabijheid van Mambo Beach zijn er diverse mogelijkheden om Curaçao verder te ontdekken. Hardlopend of wandelend de zoutpannen in, of ga de historische binnenstad van Willemstad bekijken en bezoek daar een van de diverse musea. Maak een avontuurlijke quad of mountainbike tocht of ga lekker shoppen op de Curaçao Beach Boulevard.
"Spring Break 2016"
Had a wonderful visit our first time to Curacao and 520 Bonbini Villa was perfect for 2 couples. Beautiful vistas and trade winds, peaceful and quiet. Spent entire time at the villa on the spacious terrace w refreshing pool. Don and Brigitte were so accommodating and we also highly recommend dinner prepared by Olaf and Lisa! Furnishings are comfortable - however beds were rather firm for us. Kitchen had all we needed but is small w very little prep space. All in all a very memorable trip and Coral Estates (safe, gated community) is an ideal location on the island. We hope to return!! Aja...
"Say goodbye to the birds, iguanas, and rabbits at BonBini"
I requested and was guaranteed a Refurbished 1 bedroom apartment. When escorted to the apartment I was told that unit # 218 was a refurbished apartment. It was only a few days later, when a housekeeping person showed me a refurnished apartment that I realized that I had been lied to by the person who took my reservation 5 months prior and by the front desk staff who escorted us to the apartment. As of March 2015, apartment 218 is an old apartment. Despite this, the apartment looks nicer than pictured on their website. The apartment is quite large, however, only the bedroom is air conditioned, so the living room, kitchen, and dining areas are extremely hot (even with windows open) from about 10am until about an hour after sunset. We requested a floor fan, which helped. Hot water is excellent! Beds are comfortable, however the rattan furniture (with thin cushions) in the living room, is quite uncomfortable (old and refurbished units have the same uncomfortable furniture). Each bungalow has its own driveway for parking your car and a large balcony with 2 loungers, patio table with chairs, and a rack for drying clothes. The kitchen is well equipped with full fridge and gas stove, microwave (on request), small coffee maker (refurbished units get a 10 cup coffee maker), toaster, decent pots, with dishes and glasses for 6. There are new countertops in the refurbished units. There is a 32" flat screen TV with cable. Access to Wifi costs $20 per device and their Internet connection is terrible! When Internet access is free and you get a poor connection, one can conclude that 'you get what you pay for', but charging $20 for their lousy Internet is a total rip off. The only place I could get a decent connection was inside the office. There is a medium sized pool. When we arrived the grounds were lovely, with large green spaces as well as areas covered with white stones. However during our stay they covered all the grassy areas with plastic and then brought in truckloads of stone so there are no green spaces on the property. Thus the title of this review; 'say goodbye to the birds, iguanas, and rabbits' that used to feed on the grass and the small creatures in the grass. Sunsets are best experienced on Mambo beach, which is across the road. Daily passes to the beach are provided, though chair rental is extra (5 gilders). Two local grocery stores (Vreugdenhil & Best Buy) provide free daily shuttle service to their stores (M-Sat x2/da, Sun 1/da), so grocery shopping couldn't be more convenient - and you will need to take advantage of this service as the only amenity provided is 2 rolls of TP, hardly enough for a 2 week stay (no dish or handsoap, no shampoo, no coffee filters, etc). Busses and minibuses stop along the street between the hotel and Mambo beach which take you into the Punda for 2.75 gilders.
"Nice but old bungalows"
We had a pleasant stay in november 2013. Unfortunately most of the bungalows were not renovated yet. However, they are situated in a nice garden close to Mambo Beach (get a free daily ticket at the reception) and Sea acquarium. Twice a day a free bus to supermarkets. Bon Bini resort is a small quiet place. A safe place. When you make reservations make sure you get a renovated bungalow.
"An excellent holiday and great resort"
Had a one bedroom bungalow (222) at this resort for two weeks in July and we both really enjoyed our stay. The resort is barrier controlled, so no strangers walking round. Itâ€™s lovely, quiet and peaceful with well kept grounds with lots of different flowers, trees and shrubs. The reception staff are really helpful, especially Kim B and Kim G â€“ they can give you tickets for the beach (Mambo/sea aquarium), advise on the breakfast that is available just over the road and you can buy tickets from them. There are lots of leaflets and info and they are more than happy to chat and give you any help and advise you might need. There is a daily supermarket bus which will take you and bring you back, should you need it. There is a swimming pool on site, not massive but wonderful to have a cooling swim in when you come back from the beach or town. Plenty of chairs and sun beds are available. The bar was closed whilst we were there as it was out of season, but as your bungalow is only feet away, that wasnâ€™t really a problem. Although there are toilets right near to the pool which are clean, the sink had no running water or hand towels provided â€“ not good really. There is a drinks machine there where you can get a cold can if you like. The resort is situation just across the road from Mamo Beach/sea aquarium beach etc and just a short drive from Willemstad. We had a car for the two weeks (which I really would recommend) and explored the whole island and we felt that the Bon Bini Resort was in an excellent location â€“ so easy to get everywhere from there. Kitchen/Sitting room The bungalow was large, clean and airy with a well equipped kitchen â€“ itâ€™s not 5 star luxury, but more than comfortable and definitely suitable for us. There is a ceiling fan in the room, but it just seems to re-distribute the very hot air. If you open the kitchen windows and the big patio doors, you will get a nice through breeze to cool you down. You have a good fridge/freezer to store all your drinks/food etc. There is a tea towel, hand towel and dish cloth provided in the kitchen and this is replaced by the cleaning staff. We had a full size cooker with oven, microwave, kettle and toaster (although the toaster only worked one side and we had to put the bread in twice!) There is a table and 4 chairs in the room, but outside on the porch/veranda there is another table and 2 chairs and 2 lounger beds. You can see pictures on their website which show the way the room is furnished â€“ quite comfortable. It was really lovely (as others have stated) to have breakfast outside and to watch the wildlife. Sprinkle a little sugar on the edge of the handrail and you will attract lots of little birds. Other birds, lizards, iguanas and even the odd rabbit will be there too â€“ just in case you might have a little bread or fruit for them. Just be a bit wary at night because the mosquitoâ€™s are about then and we did get bitten a couple of times having a nightcap outside â€“ not a big problem. There is also a very good clothes hanger to put any washing on and a bag containing quite a few pegs too â€“ another thing that you wonâ€™t have to bother bringing. There is very good air con in the bedroom, but not in the bathroom, which really felt stifling at times. An easy solution is to open the door between the bedroom and bathroom and keep this open at all times, the air con soon circulates into the bathroom and keeps it lovely and cool. There is a large wardrobe in the bedroom with plenty of hangers â€“ so you donâ€™t need to bring these with you â€“ and another wardrobe just outside the bedroom door which also contains and iron and ironing board. A safe is located in the bottom of the wardrobe. There is a dressing table, chair and two double beds. Itâ€™s not easy to think of any cons at the property really as we were happy with most things, but if I had to list any little niggles, it would be: No plugs at the dressing table, so drying my hair was difficult as the only available socket was just that bit too far for me to be able to see. No full length mirror (nice but not essential). Nowhere to put anything in the walk-in shower â€“ there were quite a few holes that had been filled it, so it looked like there may have been some at an earlier point that had been pulled out, but it just meant putting shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, sponges etc either on the floor of the shower or on the back of the toilet lid. The front door of the bungalow could have done with an inner lock as you needed the key card to put into the air con unit and either had to leave the front door open or locked â€“ not easy if you want to open the door to anyone or pop out for something, you had to keep going into the bedroom for the key and back again. As you can see, there is nothing really very wrong and Iâ€™ve had to wrack my brain to come up with these few things. We had a really fantastic time in Curacao and would highly recommend the Bon Bini Resort. If you are thinking of booking â€“ donâ€™t hesitate, you wonâ€™t regret it! Another big thank you to Bonaire Fun Travel/Caribbean Fun Travel who were extremely helpful with our booking and were so knowledgeable about the Island and the resort.
We stayed at Bon Bini during January 2014. The cottages are very nice, roomy, and it is so wonderful to have a great kitchen, stove, refrigerator, microwave. We had leisurely breakfasts and lunches at "home" watching out for parakeets and tropical birds flying from tree to tree. And colorful iguanas in the grass. (They like lettuce). Grocery stores are easy to get to once you have mastered the street map. The tropical gardens and pool area are lovely. Keep an eye out for flowering Cashew trees - the nuts are not edible but the flower and fruit is interesting. Mango trees all around. The staff is very friendly and helpful; you can pop in and ask them questions and they don't mind. Bon Bini is nicely situated in front of Mambo/Seaquarium-beach, snorkeling is very good, we drifted along the coral sea wall from near the seaquarium back across to the opposite end of Mambo one afternoon (the breeze will carry you along gently). All kinds of colorful fish. I left my raft by the pool if anyonew wants to use it - it's yours! Would love to go back again to BonBini.
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