Caribbean is beautiful, it attracts many visitors every year. So there are many hotels in Caribbean. What ever luxury or budget, you will find the one you love. If you don’t want to cost too much money, budget hotel is the best choice. Here are some popular hotels, you will love them. They are cheap but clean and safe.
The décor is classic Caribbean: bright floral bedspreads, whitewashed walls, and cream-colored tile floors. All of the rooms face the ocean, though the ones on the upper floor have the best views. Book a table on the roomy patio at the hotel’s restaurant, Captain’s Quarters, for regional classics such as ling fish with eggplant and okra.
The Arubiana Inn couldn’t be more different from the high-rise hotels down the road. The cheerful Dutch innkeeper Marjan Snoeij personally welcomes you to the low-slung property, where the 18 cozy rooms are spotless, with tiled floors, big, soft beds, and mini fridges filled with complimentary drinks. The hotel is a short walk to Eagle Beach, perfect for easy afternoons in the sun. At night, guests mingle around the hammock-and-palm-tree-lined swimming pool in the courtyard.
3.Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort
If all you need is a palapa and a long stretch of cobalt blue water, look no further than the Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort. The 72 rooms have either courtyard or ocean views, though you probably won’t spend much time indoors—aside from a perfect crescent beach, there is a freshwater pool, two restaurants, and a bar with a popular happy hour.
4.Buddy Dive Resort
For those serious about diving , the best place to stay on Bonaire is the Buddy Dive Resort. The 77 rooms are actually small apartments, ranging from studios to three-bedroom units, most with a full kitchen or kitchenette. Stop by the on-site dive shop to gear up, then jump right off the hotel’s dock to explore Bonaire National Marine Park. Courses include everything from kiddie scuba in the shallow waters offshore and underwater photography to PADI certifications.
The Avila Hotel has the best of both worlds: the location puts it only minutes away by foot or car from downtown Willemstad, a unesco World Heritage site, and right on Curaçao’s southern coast, with two small coves for swimming and snorkeling. The hotel recently added the Octagon wing, with 68 spacious loftlike guest rooms that have walk-in showers, oversize beds, and spacious balconies. And if you stay here, you’re in good company—Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands makes this her home away from home in Curaçao.