The Tara Wing Suites complete renovations

I recently went to see what the new and improved Tara Wing Suites looks like. Adjacent to the Bucuti it just underwent a $5 million investment which included all 44 suites, penthouses and bungalows as well as the lobby and the lobby lounge.

Not surprisingly, it all looks luxurious, laid back, and very inviting, with original artwork by local artist Elisa Lejuez, displayed throughout the property.

As you all know the Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is the most decorated resorts on the island with endless environmental recognitions besides too-numerous-to-mention awards of excellence, and off-the-chart guest satisfaction scores.

Living up to its reputation, the newly renovated suites are a symphony of white, cream, and beige with orange accents. The beds are amazingly comfortable and best of all, no need o crawl under the desk to find the outlet for your phone or tablet, multiple electric docks are visible above the desk. The bedroom portion of the space has many cool features, a sleek, paper-thin TV, an air purifier removing all allergens and a de-humidifier, getting rid of excessive odor-causing moisture. Separated by a sliding glass partition, the living area and kitchenette offer comfortable, relaxing spaces for in-room dining and unwinding.

While all rooms are graced with spectacular views from their ocean front terraces, the penthouses also boast full kitchens! Guest bathrooms were completely remodeled with walk in showers, giant shower heads, double vanities, and a TV screen embedded in the mirror, so you don’t miss a thing!.

Downstairs, in the lobby, the elegant lounge serves breakfast every day, included in the room rate; it also provides a great hide away from the sun during the day.

Gorgeous pool, world-famous beach, glass enclosed restaurant, an open air deck setting for Elements Restaurant, a stylish beach bar, thatch beach palapas, it’s all picture-perfect.

Thank you Ewald and Tisa for the tour, and good salad for lunch, you make it seem effortless.

From the official press release:

Named by Green Globe as the World’s Most Sustainable Hotel/Resort, Bucuti has a 30-year history of using only materials that help protect the endangered environment. All materials including paint and the new high-quality furniture is LEED-approved, a sustainability standard Bucuti incorporates into its work as one of the only LEED Silver certified properties in the Caribbean. Additionally, a new air conditioning VRF system featuring the latest sustainable technology in the field was installed providing guests with the highest air quality.

The boutique resort’s management team is renowned for its round-the-clock dedication to building relationships with its guests with a keen interest in learning what they want in a vacation. Renovations to the Tara Wing suites, penthouses and bungalows is yet another nod toward giving them what they want.

“We renovate long before wear and tear begins to appear because we believe Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort’s guests deserve the best experience for choosing to spend their vacation with us,” says Ewald Biemans, owner and CEO of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort. “The Tara Wing renovation reflects our dedication our guests and to romance, wellness and sustainability.

About Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort

Named the No. 1 Hotel for Romance in the Caribbean for 2017, and No. 1 Hotel in the Caribbean for two years in a row by guest-driven TripAdvisor, Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is Aruba’s premier adults-only boutique resort. Led by celebrated hotelier and environmentalist, Ewald Biemans, the resort is nestled on the powdery white sands of Eagle Beach, home to protected sea turtles and named one of the “Dream Beaches of the World.” Bucuti offers 104 well-appointed guestrooms, suites and penthouses; sunbeds and shade for every guest; fresh water infinity pool; spa; WiFi; and complimentary iPad with Skype for use during stay. Award-winning, fresh, healthy dining is enjoyed at oceanfront Elements; epicurean-lovers’ Carte Blanche; Tara Lounge; and private beach dining. Reserved exclusively for guests and their friends, the open-air SandBar on the beach offers top-shelf cocktails and live music daily. The resort is TAG Approved® as a gay friendly hotel. Bucuti, a worldwide sustainable tourism leader, holds eco-certifications of LEED Silver, Green Globe Platinum, ISO 14001 and Travelife Gold.


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July 18, 2017
Rona Coster