Outstanding stay in peace and quiet. Paul, Yvette and Kamla couldn't be more helpful. It's quite rural, out of the flow of tourist traffic, so if you want to unwind, this is the place. Accommodations are modern and nicely designed. The bungalows face east, and enjoy a view of the desert landscape typical of the island. The pool deck is comfortable and only a few steps from the bungalow. Yvette is an expert yoga instructor and massage therapist. Her massage relieved long-term back pain for me. If you want to venture into the port city, Paul has cars for rent and gives great directions and maps. Since Curacao is unlikely to be in a hurricane's track, many upscale shops have come to the island, after frequently having to rebuild on other islands. Cruise ships come and go, and there are fine restaurants and shops. A must-see is the Slavery Museum. It is thorough and interesting, and part of an interesting hotel. And while you have the car, drive the island and find the little local dives where you can have a beer, some local fish, and an incredible view.