7th & 8th of April – Baoase at Curacao Culinair

March 20th, 2017
EAT.DRINK.ENJOY
You don’t want to miss out on the culinary event of the year, so buy your tickets now!
After a wonderful and successful first edition Curaçao Culinair is heading towards her second edition. During the weekend of the 7th and 8th of April 2017 the area of Landhuis Chobolobo, centrally located in Saliña, will be transformed again into the biggest open air restaurant of Curaçao. All 12 participating restaurants will serve a great variety of delicious amuses and small bites. During this weekend guest will enjoy the unique opportunity to taste many different specialties of 12 of the best restaurants of Curaçao at one location. The restaurants will prepare their ‘signature dishes’, all from their own atmospheric decorated booth. And at the cozy central bar you can order the best wines and other lovely drinks.
Is the 7th and 8th of April already marked in your agenda? On Friday the 7th of April we will start the event by opening with an HAPPY HOUR from 5pm-6pm.

April 14th & 15th – Japanese Michelin Star Chef at Baoase

March 20th, 2017

April 14th & 15th – Japanese Michelin Star Chef at Baoase

Experience traditional Japanese cuisine at Baoase Culinary Beach Restaurant.

Baoase Luxury Resort is proud to announce another top Chef participating with ‘Vive La Gastronomie’ Culinary series.

The ambassador of Japanese cuisine and Japanese Michelin Star Chef– Akira Oshima – former chef of Japanese restaurant Yamazato at Hotel Okura in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, will host an exclusive dinner event on Friday April 14th & Saturday April 15th 2017 at Baoase Culinary Beach Restaurant.

It will be an unforgettable dining experience.

For reservations, please contact restaurant@baoase.com or call +5999 46 11 799 for more information

our perfect anniversary getaway

February 27th, 2017
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Curaçao is a Dutch Caribbean island just off the northern coast of Venezuela which is one of Caribbean’s best kept secrets. Known for its beautiful sandy beaches, picturesque coves and colorful coral reefs that teem with marine life, it is a sister island of Aruba (a popular Caribbean destination of its own) and Bonaire. Together, the three islands are often referred to as the ABC islands.

With the past year being so busy for us, we were looking to celebrate our 16th wedding anniversary in a special way. Not only were we looking for a romantic setting but we wanted something secluded so that we could really unwind and be able to focus on one another. We also wanted something tropical where we could be guaranteed little rain and lots of sunshine.

Curacao was our chosen anniversary destination and our choice for accommodations was the Baoase Luxury Resort. The Baoase Luxury Resort offered perfection. It was a place that was calm and peaceful. It offered everything you could want for a romantic luxurious getaway.

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Baoase Curaçao USA Today voted as Top 3 BEST Caribbean Resorts

February 24th, 2017

Willemstad, Curaçao January 2017

Baoase Luxury Resort has been nominated for TOP 3 Best Caribbean Resorts’ List of USA Today.

The 23 suite and villa Asian inspired boutique property is known for its luxury and high end service level It is the only resort on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao to be nominated for this prestigious list.

Oliver Zahn – General Manager – stated:

‘As GM, I’m very proud and honoured. The nomination itself is a recognition of the hard work and dedication of the entire Baoase team. We greatly appreciate everyone who has voted for us . It was wonderful news to be nominated as no. 3 best Caribbean resort, not only as promotion for the resort but also for the island of Curaçao.’

Baoase Luxury Resort Willemstad, Curaçao www.baoase.com info@baoase.com T. +5999 461 1799

Baoase mentioned in experience.usatoday.com

January 10th, 2017

Vacations are all about tossing the budget to the breeze and living the holiday dream. Although only a few of us are rolling in dough, a top-shelf week away from home is worth every penny. From exclusive enclaves with butlers and breakfast chefs to resorts with caviar and champagne bars, pull out all the stops and indulge in the best money can buy. After all, it’s your vacation and you’re worth it.

Curacao

Artistically designed with little statues of Buddha, no detail is overlooked like water trays at the villa entrances to wash sandy feet and open-air bathrooms with stone tubs that are perched on hardwood floors. (Photo: Baoase Luxury Resort)

A fabulous day starts with breakfast on the beach, dip in the Caribbean Sea, lunch under a shady cabana and back to the beach for a nap. Barefoot elegance at the most exclusive resort on the island, Baoase Curacao fronts a wide swath of beach between Willemstad, the capital city and the Curacao Sea Aquarium. Artistically designed with little statues of Buddha, no detail is overlooked like water trays at the villa entrances to wash sandy feet and open-air bathrooms with stone tubs that are perched on hardwood floors. Rates for the priciest villa simply called Superior Beachfront Pool Suite start at USD$1,090 per night (USD$1,400 during the December holidays) and comes with a private pool, statuesque four-poster bed and that artsy bathroom with the outside rain shower and tub. Add-ons well worth the cost include couples massages, lessons in Pilates and a personal trainer.

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Baoase named in article on luxurytraveladvisor.com

January 10th, 2017

Baoase Luxury Resort in Curaçao is a great fit for LGBT guests and all seasoned Caribbean travelers looking for an island where everything is accepted and celebrated.

Even though the Ocean Front Villa is the most requested accommodation here, we were told families cannot go wrong in booking the Private Pool Suite, the Superior Private Pool Suiteand the Master Villa (the only one with butler service).

Note: The resort doesn’t have a spa. However, VIPs can request treatments ranging from traditional massages and body scrubs to manicures and pedicures on the property’s private beach. In-room group treatments are available for wedding parties. Tip: Guests are advised to book spa treatments at least two days in advance. To make such arrangements, reach out to Jacqueline Held (j.held@baoase.com), sales and marketing manager.

Baoase Villa can handle a multitude of special requests and couples can buy it out for a wedding.

The resort’s Baoase Culinary Beach Restaurant is open to locals. The most popular fare here is “The Chef’s Menu,” a full seven-course menu, which changes constantly and makes use of fresh ingredients. Additional recommended dishes include tuna tartare, lionfish and ginger cheesecake. Nice Touch: All of the seating at this restaurant is beachfront. Although it is fairly easy to get a reservation at the resort, we were told guests should book two weeks in advance to be on the safe side.

For VIPs tying the knot, the resort can do everything from buyouts to ceremonies for 10 guests and rehearsal dinners. The property can accommodate almost any over-the-top request. For instance, A-listers can hire a private jet to drop rose petals during the ceremony.

Other extravagant needs that the resort has fulfilled in the past include delivering 100 flowers to a couple’s room during their honeymoon, and flying in wagyu beef from Japan to meet a client’s request for dinner.

Additional experiences include a bottle of champagne upon arrival; a four-course “Surprise Menu” created by the chef in a romantic gazebo set up on the beach; and private picnic on the beach.

Luxury travel advisors looking to further customize a wedding party’s vacation should reach out to Jesse Vandervalk (j.vandervalk@baoase.com), or Ana Henriquez (a.henriquez@baoase.com), the wedding coordinators.

The local airport, Curaçao International, is about a 25-minute drive from the resort, which also has a helipad.

Hint: Guests can opt for a VIP transfer, and a chauffeur will pick them up inside Curaçao International Airport, allow them to pass through customs and immigration more quickly, bypassing the lines, and then take them to the property in a luxury car. Note: There is a private jet center at the Curaçao International airport.

Tip: For those VIPs looking to get some shopping done, there are some high-end jewelry shops in Punda, which is roughly a five- to 10-minute drive from the resort. The property can provide VIP transport to and from the shops.

Baoase is the only five-star hotel in Curaçao and recently became a member of Virtuoso.

Advisors looking to further customize a VIP’s vacation should reach out to Guest Relations (guestrelations@baoase.com).

 

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Baoase mentioned on washingtonlife.com

January 10th, 2017

Curaçao is the Island of 35 Beaches. The Dutch island also has a smattering of upscale beachfront properties that show off that turquoise-hued water to maximum impact. Whether you are looking to take a plunge in a shimmering pool or the sparkling sea, or if a spa day is more your thing, you’re sure to find blue bliss at these four resorts.

Baoase Luxury Resort

With a helicopter pad on the premises and signs discouraging photography to allow high profile guests the utmost in privacy, this ultra-exclusive resort is the island’s only five-star property. Only 23 luxe rooms, suites and Asian-inspired villas means service is personalized and impeccable, including beach butlers who tend to your every need. Non-hotel guests can purchase a beach pass for $50, which gives access to a beach lounger, towel, ice water and snacks, and free use of beach cots, hammocks, pillows, kayaks and snorkel gear. Cozy nooks allow for canoodling and private sunbathing. The resort’s Michelin-starred restaurant overlooks the water; our group grabbed a table with lunch, and quenched our thirst with some ice cold, lime bottles Amstel Bright, the brewer’s answer to Corona. You can do a four-course tasting menu, or order a la carte; standouts include the burrata mozzarella salad with grilled shrimp, pumpkin soup with ginger and horseradish and spicy yellow curry with roasted pak choi, shiitake mushrooms and jasmine rice. Guests also have the option of setting up a private dinner in a gazebo on the beach, or a beach picnic.

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Baoase mentioned by petergreenberg.com

January 10th, 2017

With cold weather and holiday vacation fast approaching, Luxe Lavs contributors Angela Fairhurst and Natalie Compagno set out to find year-round warm weather destinations that can thaw the chill and bring some heat back into your winter wonderland.

Baoase, Curaçao
Curaçao beckons vacationers with its ideal weather. Situated below the hurricane belt, it provides a reliable sanctuary from the cold winter weather. Willemstad, the capital, is a UNESCO world heritage site. When Baoase guests tire of the bustle of this charming city of colorful buildings, they can escape back to Curaçao’s only five-star resort. Baoase is a Virtuoso resort with 23 rooms, suites, and villas and a “no photographs” policy to protect the privacy of its guests. Although the design is Asian-inspired, the service and private beach is truly Curaçao. Each accommodation has creative and impressive bathrooms. Imported from Indonesia, the bathtubs and sinks are shaped from river rock in Java. Fixtures, such as showerheads and taps, are Italian, and Master Villa sinks are Belgian slate with a perfect ocean view from the tub. Our favorite is the Beachfront Pool Suite with the impressive outdoor stone tub, open ceiling, carved Balinese doors, and rain shower seemingly hanging from the sky.

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Baoase Curaçao USA Today nomination for ‘10 BEST Caribbean Resorts’

January 4th, 2017

Baoase Luxury Resort has been nominated for the ‘10 Best Caribbean Resorts’ List of USA Today.

The 23 suite and villa Asian inspired boutique property is known for its luxury and high end service level It is the only resort on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao to be nominated for this prestigious list.

Oliver Zahn – General Manager:

As GM, I’m very proud and honoured. The nomination itself is a recognition of the hard work and dedication of the entire Baoase team. I would greatly appreciate everyone to vote for us as it would be a wonderful promotion for the resort but also for the island of Curaçao.”

The contest which is being promoted by USA TODAY, gives voters four weeks to vote for the candidate of their choice at http://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-resort/.

A person can vote once a day for the run of the contest.

Voting ends Monday, January 30th, 2017 at 11:59am EST and the winners will be announced on 10Best on Friday, February 3rd, 2017 at 12:00pm EST, then later on USA TODAY.

 

Baoase as top 10 restaurants in the world according to Quote

January 4th, 2017

Curacao
Chef: René Klop

Het fine dining restaurant van het ultra exclusieve 5 sterren resort Baoase geeft gasten een onvergetelijke ervaring in comfort en stijl. Het geweldige uitzicht over de Caribische Oceaan met de adembenemende zonsondergangen maken het de ideale plek.

Het afgebeelde gerecht: tonijn, Surinaamse garnalen, wasabi en currykruiden.

Read more about this article: http://www.quotenet.nl/Nieuws/Goed-voornemen-nodig-Zet-dan-deze-10-toprestaurants-op-uw-things-to-do-lijstje-189185

 

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