DeLynne Resort Curaçao is an adult and family friendly resort. It is the perfect getaway destination for families, couples and friends.
DeLynne Resort Curaçao was Savanah Resort up until August 2021. In August 2021 Savanah Resort was Rebranded in DeLynne Resort Curaçao with a new owner, new rooms, new standards and new staff.
DeLynne Resort Curaçao is not an All Inclusive Resort, but offers a Grab and Go pantry and a Pool bar.
DeLynne Resort Curaçao offers a Day Pass from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
DeLynne Resort Curaçao is located in the second district of curacao in the area of De Savaan, our address is Helmin Magno Wiels Boulevard 121 Willemstad, Curaçao
Yes, the nearest beach is located 3km away. Parasasa beach
DeLynne Resort Curacao offers 32 spacious rooms with views of the pool and property.
Yes, DeLynne Resort Curaçao offers a car rental service on location.
Yes, the nearest supermarket/restaurant is located approximately 1.4 km from DeLynne Resort Curaçao.
to make a reservation you can either visit our website: www.delynneresortcuracao.com or our social media pages and book your stay with us.
At DeLynne Resort Curaçao we provide you with free parking.
You can pay either with Maestro, Mastercard, Discover, Visa, Visa debit and cash.
Our check in time is from 14:00 pm and check out time is at 11:00 AM.
The airport is 15 min away from DeLynne Resort Curaçao, you can get there by taxi or public transportation.
Yes, DeLynne Resort has 2 pools. See details about the pool and other facilities on this page.
DeLynne Resort Curaçao is approximately 5 min from the city center Willemstad. Click here to view the route
The prices at DeLynne Resort Curaçao may vary depending on your stay (e.g. dates, hotel’s policy etc.). To see prices, enter your dates by clicking here.
At Delynne Resort Curacao you can have a relaxing day full of drinks and laughs by the pool by booking with us (or by purchasing a day pass) and, if you are feeling adventurous, we will help you book any activity you’d like to experience on our beautiful island. Click here to view a list of possible activities.
Book a lab appointment for 3rd day Antigen test in Curaçao:
To maintain the safety and wellbeing of visitors and locals, one of the new requirements put in place for travelers to be admitted to Curaçao is the mandatory Antigen test on the 3rd day in Curaçao. All passengers departing from a low-risk, high-risk, and very high-risk country are required to make an appointment and pay in advance to undergo an Antigen test at a local laboratory on the 3rd day in Curaçao.
How do you book and pay for the Antigen appointment?
All passengers (residents and international travelers) will receive a pre-confirmation email including a booking reference number together with the local laboratory website and instructions after submitting the PLC. This reference number is unique and created per traveler. The traveler should click on the web link to access the local labs page and check which laboratory has availability to book the Antigen test on the 3rd day after the arrival date. The traveler chooses the preferred lab, the time slot and pays for the Antigen test. After booking and payment confirmation of the Antigen test appointment, a confirmation email is sent by the local laboratory. Another confirmation email is sent including the official PLC document.
Exemptions for 3rd day Antigen test in Curaçao:
Travelers from Curaçao, Kingdom of the Netherlands and Europe who have been fully vaccinated and in possession of a European Digital Covid Certificate (EU DCC) issued by the government of Curaçao, Kingdom of the Netherlands and European Union. The exemption only applies when you are traveling from a very low-, low-risk and high-risk country.
Same Day (transfer/transit) travelers
Travelers who depart within 3 days
Travelers who are traveling from a very low-risk country
Children under the age of 12
A valid proof of the above-mentioned exemptions will need to be presented upon arrival in Curaçao. Local Authorities have the right to ask incoming travelers for a valid proof of the exemption. Travelers, who fail to comply, will still have to book and pay for the 3rd day Antigen test upon arrival.
Examples of proof are boarding passes for travelers in transit, return ticket showing departure date, and USFOL member badge.
Inbound COVID tests:
The 3rd day Antigen test in Curaçao, does not replace the inbound COVID-19 testing. Proof that you do not have COVID-19 is a mandatory requirement to enter Curaçao. Currently, this proof can be provided through, a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken 48 hours or an Antigen COVID-19 test taken 24 hours prior to departure at an accredited laboratory. Only deep pharyngeal nose and throat swab PCR/ Antigen tests are accepted. PCR tests such as Gargle samples and Saliva swabs will not be accepted.
For low-risk countries and high-risk countries the inbound COVID-19 test can also be an antigen test taken 24 hours or less prior to departure of your flight to Curaçao. For very high risk countries the inbound COVID-19 test can only be a PCR test.
For the local Antigen test, you can only use a credit card with the Visa or MasterCard logo or iDeal as a payment method. In case you need assistance related to payment or reimbursement, please contact the local laboratory directly.
Go to Travel Advisory or dicardcuracao.com.
In general you don’t need vaccinations for Curaçao, unless you’ve traveled to a country with a risk of yellow fever 6 months before you arrive on our island. In that case you would need to have proof of vaccination with you, or an official document of exemption before you are permitted entry into Curaçao. You can find a current list of countries with a risk of yellow fever here: www.cdc.gov/yellowfever/maps/
An up to date overview of the Corona cases on Curacao you’ll find here.
An up to date overview of the Corona cases on Curacao you’ll find here.
Click here for an overview of the current COVID measures.
Please click here for the measurements taken by/at Hato airport
Around our properties, new physical distancing practices are being put into place, including:
Adding floor decals and roped off sections in front of the front desk to ensure 2 meter distancing rules are followed.
Bellman will not enter rooms when delivering luggage, housekeeping and maintenance will only enter rooms when guests are not present.
Pre-arrival, lobby front desks, furniture, and equipment will be continuously cleaned, and all room keys will be sanitized.
Prior to guest check-in, a housekeeping attendant wearing PPE will spray the entire room/villa with hospital-grade disinfectant.
Hand sanitation stations will be located at all restaurant and bar entrances.
Staff will maintain 6 ft (2 meters) distance from all guests and each other whenever possible.
Curaçao is situated in the Atlantic Standard Time -0400 UTC zone. Curaçao does not observe daylight savings time, so during summer we’ll be in the same timezone as US’s East Coast and during winter we’ll be one hour ahead. From Europe, during summer the time difference with Western Europe is 6 hours, but during winter the difference is 5 hours.
Yes, most ‘Yu di Korsou’ (people born and raised in Curaçao) speak English, Dutch, Spanish, and Papiamentu. Recently many people have also picked up Portuguese due to the influx of visitors from Brazil and the fact that our native language Papiamentu is closely related to Portuguese.
Curaçao’s native language is Papiamentu: a Creole blend of African, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, French, English, and Arawak Indian. The official languages in Curaçao are Dutch, Papiamentu, and English, but of those Papiamentu is used the most in local TV shows, in parliament, and on the street.
Historians believe that Papiamentu — derived from the Portuguese “papear” (to speak or converse) — originated in the 17th century as a means of communication between slaves, who hailed from various African regions, and their Portuguese masters. Unlike other Creole languages, Papiamentu is spoken through all levels of society and has become a major characteristic of the island’s identity.
You can travel to Curaçao by air with direct flights from North America, Europe, and South America, or by sea on a cruise or yacht.
Before arriving on the island, be sure to fill out your Embarkation-Disembarkation (ED) Card and know what you can bring with you through customs.
Download the Summer 2021 air service schedule. Please note that this is subject to change without prior notice and always check with the airlines directly for the latest flight information.
For more information visit the Curaçao Airport Partners website.
Curaçao also offers general aviation services at the International Airport of Curaçao. Visitors arriving on their private planes are more than welcome. And there are several companies that provide Curaçao air charters.
Airport departure fees are assessed for International destinations of USD $42.00 (FL. 75.60 and USD $10.00 (FL. 18.00) for transfer.
The fee for Aruba and St. Martin is USD $30.00 (FL 54,00) and Bonaire is USD $ 15.00 (FL 27.00). Children under the age of two (2) are exempted of payment.
The airport departure fee is incorporated in the ticket price for passengers traveling with:
Whether or not you need a visa to visit Curaçao depends on your nationality. On this website you’ll find a complete list of nationalities that don’t need a visa.
There are some exceptions where people who would need a visa based on just their nationality, but can be exempt if they have – for example – a multiple-entry short stay visa for a Schengen country, or a residence permit from the US or Canada. You can read more about this here: www.netherlandsandyou.nl/travel-and-residence/caribbean-visas/do-i-need-a-visa-for-the-caribbean-parts-of-the-kingdom
Should you require a visa for Curaçao, you can apply for one at your nearest embassy or consulate of The Netherlands.
The currency used in Curaçao is the Antillean Guilder (ANG), also called the Florin. The Antillean Guilder’s exchange rate is fixed to the US Dollar at a price of 1 USD = 1.80 ANG. When exchanging money at a bank the exchange rate is 1.78 or 1.82 ANG, depending on if you’re buying or selling.
You can use US Dollars everywhere in Curaçao. In stores and restaurants and such the exchange rate used is usually 1 USD = 1.75 ANG for ease of calculation.
Located in the tropics, just 12° north of the Equator, Curaçao has a warm, sunny climate year-round. The average temperature is about 27°C (81°F) with noon temperatures generally over 30°C (86°F). Trade winds blow constantly from the east, providing a welcome cooling effect.
International weather websites commonly show a chance of rain in Curaçao, due to clouds being directly over the island, but much of this rain never reaches the ground.
Hiking in the kunuku (what we call ‘the wild’) is safe in that we don’t have wild animals that you need to look out for; also, on such a small island, you’re never very far away from anything. However, much of the island is privately owned and if you go through the kunuku you may unwittingly wander onto private property.
Having said that, there are several good areas where you can hike through some beautiful terrain. Some examples are Christoffel National Park, the Jan Thiel Lagoon and Salinas, Caracas Bay Peninsula, Santa Martha Bay, Sint Joris Bay, and Shete Boka National Park.
If you decide to go hiking, we advise going with an experienced guide; don’t go hiking at night; bring enough water and something to eat; wear proper clothing; go during the cooler hours of the day; and bring a cell phone.
Curaçao is so much more than just the beach. There are watersports galore (see above), you can swim with dolphins, visit the largest ostrich farm outside of Africa, learn all about the local herbal remedies with Dinah Veeris, paint your own unique chichi doll souvenir, visit the Aloe Vera plantation, discover the deep sea at 1,000 feet with a mini-submarine – and that’s just the east side of the island.
In Willemstad you’ll find 100 different food and drink experiences; a poignant slavery museum and many other museums; a UNESCO World Heritage site downtown area with some amazing examples of colorful Dutch colonial architecture; street art; shopping; the original Curaçao Liqueur distillery; and of course the local people.
The west side of the island is a more quiet and rural area with winding roads; roadside bars; an old system of caves (Hato Caves) with a long history; “Landhuizen” (plantation mansions) that have been restored to their original architecture (and quite a few that are not); Christoffel National Park with Mount Christoffel (which can be hiked); Shete Boka National Park looking out onto the north coast’s rough sea; Jaanchie’s Restaurant with their walking menu and local dishes; Playa Piskado where the fishermen and turtles have developed a symbiotic relationship; Playa Forti where young people go cliff diving; and so much more.
It’s authentic local fare that draws adventurous foodies to places like Marsche Bieuw, the Old Market landmark where Curaçaoans go for lunch in downtown Willemstad. Portions are generous, and prices can’t be beat. Seating is strictly first come first serve, so arrive early.
Curaçao also has its famous roadside “sneks” found all over the island where you can buy drinks, pastechis (savory pastries) and a lot more.
When in Curaçao, be sure to try local dishes like Kabritu Stoba (goat stew), Yuana (iguana, usually stewed), Keshi Yená (cheese stuffed with meat), and Ayaka (spiced meat wrapped in cornmeal dough and folded in banana leaves, usually only served around Christmas).
Places to go and larger planned events can be found on curacao.com. For a more detailed list of what’s happening at night (happy hours, parties) get yourself one of the widely distributed free “Pasa Bon” flyers. Online you can also visit the Pasa Bon website or the Curaçao Party Guide.