Great decor - mostly all Indian imports with carved mahogany furniture and such.
Nicest feature is the museum at Kura Hulanda which explores the slave trade and history.
Food is very boring though hey have a few restaurants at the resort. (I am a little spoilt in that area since I live in New York and have very demanding culinary standards.) Rooms are nice and comfortable but not luxurious. We stayed in a room right across the Bolivar pool so we could literally step out of the door and into the pool. That was quiet nice.
Definitely take advantage of their private beach that is located in a gated community not to far from the resort (different from the Kura Hullanda Beach club). It is a small secluded private beach where the public is not allowed.) The beach at the KH Beach club is also really nice though a lot more rocky than the private beach. Try not to eat at the restaurants at the resort which are way overpriced for what they offer�and this is from a New Yorker who is used to NYC prices. The service depends on the mood of the server � some of the staff was great and some indifferent. Overall, a good value.
Tried to stay at this place when it was Kadushi Cliff years ago before it went under. Now redone and excellent all around. Well worth the drive and isolation at the end of the island.
Rent a car so you can pop to other beaches on the west end (Knip,Santa Cruz,etc..)
Very easy to relax here.
Not much around, but really no reason to leave. If you want to shop downtown, a long haul.
Food, housekeeping, furnishings, security, professional/friendly/helpful staff all top notch (a surprise on the island).
Free internet, great views, very nice landscaping...attention to detail which is commonly lacking at other resorts on the island.
Have vacationed on Curacao over 10 times (long stays) and LKH&BC is THE BEST I HAVE experienced (yes, better than Marriot/Sonesta).
The people of the Netherlands established a trading settlement at a fine natural harbour on the Caribbean island of Curaçao
in 1634. The town developed continuously over the following centuries. The modern town consists of several distinct historic districts ...