Dash Design leads Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino enhancement

The Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino is scheduled to be refurbished starting on April 1 and to be completed in multiple phases. The restaurant, lobby area and casino are scheduled to be finalized by August. For phase two, all guestrooms are set for a December completion.

Dash Design, based in New York City, will lead the renovation.

Upon completion, the property will have design elements that will blend elements of the indoors and outdoors, while also building on Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino’s overall island chic aesthetic.

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The new “Luxe Cocoon” lobby will have an intimate yet immersive environment, reflected in the furniture to the artwork scattered across the area.

The upgraded guestrooms will blend urban and natural elements, including new additions such as local ceramic art and vibrant colors.

Nautilus Restaurant’s overall design will be altered to reflect a modernized chi concept.

The property will also enhance the entrance of it 1,500 square-foot casino.

Maylin Trenidad is the GM of the property.

Photo credit: Dash Design/Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino

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