"Het verblijf was goed.Keuken goed met uitgebreide spullenGenoeg handdoekenAan de kleine dingen is..."
- Sandra (NL)
Max 2 persons
Bonaire Village offers a wide choice of apartments and villas. All vacation homes are in Kralendijk, the well-known main town of Bonaire. Bonaire Village is within walking distance of the promenade with bars, shops, and restaurants (200-300 meters). In the area, you'll also find a supermarket, car and scooter rental, bike rental, banks with ATMs, souvenir shops, and various diving shops and schools. The closest beach is approximately 400-500 meters from the resort.
All the apartments in Bonaire Village have a modern but typically Caribbean architecture. Traditional elements such as concealed guttering and drains are combined with a timeless style. Apartments on the north side are arranged in combinations of two apartments on the ground floor and two above. In the other building, the apartment is on the ground floor. The one-bedroom apartment has a large living room with an open plan kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom. On the ground floor, the porch is adjacent to the communal yard. On the first floor, every apartment has its own balcony. The bedroom is equipped with air conditioning and a ceiling fan as standard. The apartments on the first floor have impressive high-beamed ceilings, so that you get a great sense of space.
Lowest price guarantee
Value for money7.5
1 December 2019 | Anoniem (NL)
4 October 2019 | Sandra (NL)
Het verblijf was goed.
Keuken goed met uitgebreide spullen
Aan de kleine dingen is gedacht
Water uit de kraan in de keuken heeft een kleine straal
Pets not welcome
Type of accommodation: Apartment
Number of persons (minimum): 1
Number of persons (maximum): 2
Number of bedrooms: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of floors: 1
Time of arrival: 15:00
Time of departure: 12:00
Audio / internet
Bed linen for child bed
Manager on site
Map & surrounding area
Kralendijk is the capital of the Dutch island of Bonaire, which until 2010 was part of the Netherlands Antilles.
With 18.500 inhabitants it also was the largest town on the island. The name is derived from the coral reef present there and has been used since about 1840. The locals call the city also Playa, meaning beach.
It is a small, quiet town with lots of pastel-coloured buildings. The center of the city consists of a boulevard (Kaya Craane) and a shopping street (Kaya Grandi). In front off the promenade are yachts visiting Bonaire anchor. Fort Orange is situated on the south side and built in the 17th century. It was built in defence of Bonaire. On the north side of the fort is the old (yellow) governor's house, were now the island council is located, and were the customs has their office. The city also features a marina and a football stadium. There is a romance pavilion used as a fruit market.