Perched off the coast of Venezuela, the island of Curaçao is home to pristine beaches, picturesque national parks, and native flora and fauna.

While some of the Caribbean’s top tourism destinations are lauded for their lush jungles and humid climate, rain is a rare occurrence on Curaçao, even during its three-month wet season. Yet, despite its dry climate, the island is abundant with native wildlife.

The view from atop Christoffelberg in Christoffel National Park

There’s no shortage of places to explore on Curaçao, but perhaps the crown jewel can be found in its northern reaches: Christoffel National Park.

Though only 4 square miles in size, it’s the largest park on the island and serves as Curaçao’s top destinations for hiking or viewing flora and fauna. For ambitious adventurers, the Christoffel Mountain Trail in the national park offers gorgeous views of the island.

The hike takes roughly three hours and ends atop the 1,220-foot-tall Christoffelberg, the tallest mountain on the island. Due to Curaçao’s extreme heat, hikers must embark on this trail before 10 o’clock in the morning.

Marriott Beach Hotel Curacao belongs to the world’s largest travel company, offering unmatched choice for guests and driving unrivaled value for owners.

With Marriott’s expansive portfolio of brands, dynamic sales and marketing platform, and the world’s most admired guest loyalty program, Marriott Bonvoy, we focus on driving long-term profitable partnerships with owners.

It’s never been easier for owners to tap into the power of the world’s leading hospitality company. With over 6,500 hotel properties globally, we are Marriott International, as we expand our world and improve the communities we serve.

Founded by J. Willard and Alice Marriott, and guided by family leadership since 1927, their principles remain embedded in the company’s culture and in everything else.

Marriott’s home, North America, will see the most openings across all regions – 383 properties with 80,999 rooms are being planned here. Nevertheless, Asia ranks a close second, with 371 projects and 90,289 rooms underway.

Europe comes in a very distant third place with 82 openings and 16,132 keys. The Middle East is next in line with 56 projects and 16,273 rooms, followed by Africa (48 hotels and 10,568 keys) and South America (23 properties with 4,166 rooms).

Marriott launched an enhanced version of our human trafficking awareness training to build on the foundation of the original training by providing additional context around the potential indicators and further guidance on potential situations of human trafficking.

Marriott’s partnership with the Global Fund to end Modern Slavery (GFEMS) and the Alliance, to support survivors and at-risk youth interested in pursuing careers in the hospitality industry.

Marriott International is publishing these highlights in accordance with our human rights and social impact goals and in compliance with the United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Marriott / ABC Flash-Point Worldwide Hospitality Blog News 2022.

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22-10-22 17:34

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22-10-22 17:41

Hypocrisy as the diplomacy, supported by lies and misfortune are the stepping stones of these companies. In Curacao the labor inspection has uncovered that over 80% of Marriott’s construction work force is deployed by illegal aliens, most of them Haitian and Venezuelan refugees?

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Marriott’s own website!

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22-02-23 11:30

When those corps say A, they mean B, and make huge profits from migrant slave labor, riding the wave of opportunity?