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Bonaire Hotels

Coco Palm Garden & Casa Oleander

  • Kaya I.R. Randolf Statuuis van Eps 9 Map It
  • Practical Base

Pros

  • Charming and quirky with no two rooms alike
  • Friendly staff
  • Quiet pool area

Cons

  • Not close to downtown
  • Limited on-site dining options
  • Long walk from the villas to the common areas and office
  • Charge for using the a/c

Updated 03/04/2014

Fodor's Review

Friends and neighbors operate this series of cozy cottages and villas, each fully equipped and individually decorated. The pool, restaurant, and bar are in the Coco Palm section, all awash with cheerful colors. The property caters primarily to Europeans, so the emphasis is on value and efficiency rather than luxurious amenities. This European flavor also means that topless sunbathing is acceptable, even around the pool area. Although most rooms have air-conditioning, there

is a $15 daily charge for using it. The villas are a good choice for families and one (Kas Shinishi) even has a private pool. This is probably your best value on the island for ambience, but keep in mind that the beach is a three-minute walk from the nonvilla accommodations.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Kaya I.R. Randolf Statuuis van Eps 9, Belnem, Bonaire

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Phone:

599-717–2108; 599-790–9080

Hotel Details:

  • 19 rooms, 6 villas
  • No meals

Updated 03/04/2014

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