KINGSTON, Jamaica -- SuperClubs signed a management contract with
Lionstone Hotels & Resorts, owner of the Princess Beach Resort
& Casino in Curacao, to operate the 341-room property as
The property, which is closed for a $6 million renovation, will
reopen next winter as SuperClubs' first resort in the Netherlands
Antilles and its eighth Breezes resort.
John Issa, SuperClubs executive chairman, said that the new
property "will cap our 25th-year anniversary and is a testament to
the company's growth."
Princess Beach Resort & Casino is located 10 miles from Hato
Airport, two miles from the capital of Willemstad and adjacent to
the Curacao Sea Aquarium and National Undersea Park.
The beachfront property will feature several restaurants, a
piano bar, a casino, three pools, tennis courts, Jacuzzis and a
Before reopening late this year or in early 2002, a nightclub
and entertainment center will be added, guest rooms and public
areas will be refurbished and the casino will be enlarged.
Room amenities will include air conditioning, a patio or
balcony, iron and ironing board, coffeemaker, in-room safe and
Rates at inclusive Breezes Curacao will include accommodations,
transfers and taxes, all meals, premium brand cocktails, land and
water sports, theme nights and daily activities.
Camp Breezes will offer age-specific programs for children.
Lionstone Hotels & Resorts will continue to own the property
after it reopens as Breezes Curacao.
Lionstone also owns the Sheraton Curacao Resort, which opened in
December 1999, and the Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort and Bushiri
Beach Resort, both on Aruba, as well as several Florida
SuperClubs operates 12 resorts in the Caribbean and one in
Brazil. Also under development are two properties in Cuba and one
in St. Kitts.
To book, contact SuperClubs at (800) GO-SUPER or visit the Web
site at www.superclubs.com.