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Hotels in Curacao

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We are taking a family vacation next summer and were considering Curacao. We have two kids (ages 13 and 8) and we heard food is expensive in the Caribbean. Do you know of any hotels in Curacao that are 3 star+ that do not rip you off on food. I read that some hotels charge $20 per person for the buffet and that is way over our budget. Also, you know of hotels that have a nice beach with kayaking, snorkeling, and/or windsurfing on site? We are not looking at little family owned villas. Our budget is $250 or less for american hotels and $450 or less for All Inclusives.

Thanks,

David

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