During the film takes of the German Die Bachelorette, they visited the ABC islands with each of the three final candidates. Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao were the stages for the final three different dream dates. Above all, Nadine Klein, the bachelorette, and her date Filip Pavlivic, spent their night at Baoase Luxury Resort.
During the episode of the semi-final, Curacao is shown as a romantic and diverse holiday destination. It all started with an exciting rappelling session at the Queen Juliana Bridge with a spectacular view over Willemstad. Afterwards, the two love birds drove with an old school VW van to a beach close to Playa Porto Marie, to enjoy a romantic picnic.
The evening took place at Baoase Luxury Resort, where Nadine and Filip had an exclusive dinner and spend their first night together. Nadine statet: “To savor, is the keyword when it comes to the Baoase Culinary Beach Restaurant – Chef René Klop pampers his guests at the highest level. Love goes through the stomach – even with a romantic dinner under the Caribbean starry sky.”
She also described Baoase Luxury Resort as: “Tucked away in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of Willemstad is the gorgeous Baoase Luxury Resort. Direct close the turquoise blue sea you can enjoy luxury with your feet in the sand.”
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And this year again, they have inspected Baoase Luxury Resort again. With an overall rating of 4,7 (out of 5) AAA describes Baoase as refined, stylish with upscale physical attributes, extensive amenities and a high degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail.
We could not be more proud!
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is happy to announce that the Zika virus is officially removed from the Caribbean. The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed this last week.
WHO concluded this due to the evidence that the Zika virus transmission in the Caribbean had been interrupted for over 12 months, or was at undetectable levels, thereby posing very little risk to residents and visitors to the region. This outcome is matched with the shared data by CARPHA in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, which showed that no Zika had been detected for over 12 months in travelers returning from the Caribbean to their countries.
Baoase Luxury Resort is very happy with this news, since it has a positive effect on the attractiveness of spending holidays at Curacao. The Zika virus will not have an impact anymore on our tourists visits and Baoase loves to welcome guest from all over the world.
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