Virginia Hotel- Luxury hotel since 1985

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Mustique

The architectural gem, in which Mustique Suites is housed, was originally built in 1935 with a shop on the ground floor
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Otrobanda

If you’re looking for more than your typical Caribbean destination, you’ve come to the right place. Experience Curaçao
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The Experience

Today, a large part of Otrobanda is beautifully restored. As soon as you cross the famous Queen Emma Bridge
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Things to do

Mustique Suites is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, yet mere steps away from all the action.
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Things to do

Mustique Suites is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, yet mere steps away from all the action.

Walking is the best way to explore the area, however, if you are feeling adventurous there is a bus stop located right across our front door. Not sure where to start? Here are a few suggestions all within walking distance or just a few bus stops away.

For Beach lovers

Veneto Beach (5 min on foot)

Veneto Beach is a private beach, never crowded and ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and even fishing. You can rent equipment on site at the dive shop and there are plenty of chairs and shade for everyone. Lunch or dine with your toes in the sand at the lovely bar and restaurant located on the beach. For more information, visit www.venetocuracao.com

Sonesta Beach (20 min on foot or 5 minutes by bus)

Sonesta Beach is a nice secluded beach with plenty of ‘palapas’ for tropical ambiance and lying in the shade. There’s a restaurant on site.

Pirate Bay (20 min on foot or 5 minutes by bus)

Pirate Bay is located at Piscadera Bay- a few miles west of Otrobanda. It’s a full-service beach with showers, bathrooms, a dive center and a family-friendly restaurant. For more information, visit www.piratebaycuracao.com.

Sta. Cruz Bay (35 minutes by bus)

Take a swim or snorkel at Sta. Cruz Bay. A boat trip to the Blue room Cave is an unforgettable experience. For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/capt.goodlife.

Curaçao Beach Boulevard (20 min by bus)

Curaçao Beach Boulevard combines shopping, dining, entertainment and beaches. There is always something to see or do on this strip. For more information, visit www.blvdcuracao.com.

Grote Knip/Kleine Knip (40 minutes by bus)

These two gorgeous beaches are located near the town of Lagun and are amongst the most often photographed beaches on the island. Both are freely accessible to the public, however amenities may not always be available. We recommend taking plenty of snacks, drinks, a beach chair and a parasol.

Playa Jeremi (40 minutes by bus)

Playa Jeremi is a small secluded beach with no amenities. We recommend taking plenty of snacks, drinks, a beach chair and a parasol.

Playa Lagun (30 minutes by bus)

Playa Lagun is a small sandy beach on a rectangular shaped bay with tall cliffs on each side. Both sides of the bay along the cliffs are teaming with a wide variety of marine life and corals, which makes it ideal for snorkeling. There is a dive shop and a restaurant located on the beach.

Historic Things to do

Otrobanda is the second oldest district of Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao. Learn more about this UNESCO World Heritage Site by visiting one or several of the museums in the neighborhood.

Walking is the best way to explore the area, however, if you are feeling adventurous there is a bus stop located right across our front door. Not sure where to start? Here are a few suggestions all within walking distance or just a few bus stops away.

For history buffs

The Curaçao Museum (5 min on foot) )

Visit the island’s first (and for a long time, the only) museum dedicated to exhibiting the Western influences on the Curaçao culture, especially in the visual arts. The museum is housed in a former military hospital built in 1853 by the Dutch Military. The collection includes paintings, etches, drawings, statues, furniture, glass and textile by national as well as international artists. The Snip Gallery exhibits the cockpit of the first KLM plane that crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 1934 from the Netherlands to Curaçao. For more information, visit www.thecuracaomuseum.com.

Yotin Kortá Money Museum (20 min on foot)

The Curaçao Maritime Museum takes its visitors on a discovery tour of more than 500 years maritime history of Curaçao. The story-line is illustrated through a permanent exhibition consisting of displays with authentic nautical charts, ship models and navigation equipment combined with audiovisual techniques. For more information, visit www.curacaomaritime.com.

Museum Kurá Hulanda (15 min on foot)

Museum Kurá Hulanda is an anthropological museum that focuses on the predominant cultures of Curaçao. It offers a world-class chronicle of the Origin of Man, the African slave trade, West African Empires, Pre-Colombian gold, Mesopotamian relics and Antillean art. For more information, visit www.kurahulanda.com/en/museumx.

The Fort Church (15 min on foot)

This museum is located at the back of the historic Fort Church (1769) at Fort Amsterdam (1635), near the Punda waterfront. It contains a small but elegant collection of artifacts from the church's Dutch Protestant congregation, active since 1635, including antique silver chalices and a mahogany baptismal font. History buffs will also enjoy the impressive collection of old maps of the island. For more information, visit www.fortchurchcuracao.com.

Other Things to do

If you’re looking for a little bit of excitement, you are sure to find it in one of the many casinos in the area.

Walking is the best way to explore the area, however, if you are feeling adventurous there is a bus stop located right across our front door. Not sure where to start? Here are a few suggestions all within walking distance or just a few bus stops away.

For thrill seekers

Veneto casino (5 min on foot)

Veneto casino offers over 450 slot machines, sports betting, Bingo, Black Jack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Crabs and American Roulette.

Casino Awasa Sports & Race Book (15 min on foot)

Casino Awasa Sports & Race Book is the place to experience the excitement of wagering on your favorite sporting and racing events. With over 250 slot machines, Progressive Black Jack, Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker and American Roulette, you'll have a great time playing your favorite game.

Emerald Casino (20 min on foot or 5 minutes by bus)

Try your luck at the Emerald Casino. Slots, Gaming Tables, Craps, Roulette and Blackjack along with weekly Poker Tournaments.

Howard Johnson Casino (15 min on foot)

Howard Johnson Casino offers approximately 50 slot machines, Black Jack and Caribbean Stud Poker.

Renaissance Casino (15 min on foot)

This casino offers over 400 slots and 25 gaming tables.