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Villa Estabon

by Laraha Stays 

Escape to Villa Estabon by Laraha Stays, an elevated haven of comfort for up to 12 guests. Our meticulously renovated holiday home offers a spacious living room and a sprawling veranda spanning over 50 m², creating an open and inviting atmosphere. The main house boasts a fully equipped kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, microwave oven, toaster, and coffee maker. The chef's dream gas stovetop and separate oven in the large cooking island make culinary adventures a delight. Stay refreshed with the modern refrigerator that filters safe drinking water and dispenses ice cubes.

Rest easy in the air-conditioned bedrooms, ensuring a comfortable night's sleep for all. The indoor living room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and DVD player, perfect for relaxation and entertainment. For added convenience, the villa provides a laundry room with a washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board, and iron. Dive enthusiasts will appreciate the rinse tank and storage space for their equipment.

Step outside and immerse yourself in the private swimming pool area. Rinse off in the outdoor shower before taking a refreshing dip. Six new sun loungers beckon you to soak up the sun and unwind in style. The villa also offers ample rental car parking within the secured premises behind an electric sliding gate.

For larger groups, our attached guest house with a loft provides additional space. This area features a ground-floor living space, a kitchenette, a bedroom with a king-size bed, and a bathroom. The loft serves as a generous open sleeping area, with two single beds that can be joined to create a king-size bed.

At Villa Estabon, we prioritize accessibility. Paved and well-lit pathways ensure easy navigation for strollers, wagons, and wheelchairs. Families with young children can request a portable crib to be placed in the primary bedroom of the villa or in the loft above the guest house.

Your privacy is of utmost importance to us. If you do not book the guest house, it will remain closed during your stay, providing exclusive access to the main house and its amenities.

Indulge in a remarkable vacation experience at Villa Estabon by Laraha Stays. Immerse yourself in a serene and welcoming environment. Book now for an unforgettable escape for up to 12 guests.

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Main House

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  • 220/110 volt sockets (American and European outlets)

  • Flat screen TV

  • Wireless internet

  • DVD player

  • Safe deposit box (big enough for a laptop)

  • Living areas indoor and outdoor

  • Modern kitchen with cooking island

  • Dishwasher

  • Large double refrigerator with ice cubes and water

  • Microwave oven and toaster

  • Senseo and filter coffee maker

  • 4 bedrooms with air conditioning

  • 3 bathrooms with toilet and walk-in shower

  • Gas BBQ

  • Pool deck with lounging chairs

  • Outdoor shower, toilet, and sink

  • Private swimming pool measuring 9 x 4.5 meters, with shallow water and a deep end over 2 meters in depth

Guest House

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  • 220/110 volt sockets (American and European outlets)

  • Wireless internet

  • Main floor bedroom with queen size bed and air conditioner

  • Main floor bathroom with toilet and walk-in shower

  • Loft: large open area with queen bed & air conditioner

  • Kitchenette

  • Refrigerator

  • Dishwasher

  • Microwave

  • Senseo coffee maker

Things to See & Do

Curacao is the ideal Caribbean getaway, with over 35 beaches to dive from and explore. Natural wonders include barrier reefs, mangrove systems, white sand beaches, and marine life.

Things to see and do


Curaçao, a southern island situated in the Caribbean Sea, lies approximately 90 miles north of Venezuela. It is one of the ABC Islands, along with Aruba (A) and Bonaire (B), collectively forming a sister island group. Officially a country, Curaçao is part of the Royal Dutch Kingdom of the Netherlands. The island boasts charming Dutch Colonial Architecture, stunning beaches, renowned diving spots, exciting kite sports, and a vibrant capital city designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Curaçao is particularly famous for its eponymous orange-flavored liqueur.

To pronounce Curaçao correctly, emphasize the hard 'C' sound, while pronouncing 'ç' as an "s."

The correct pronunciation is 'Cure-ah-souw.'

Curaçao enjoys an average daily temperature of 84 degrees Fahrenheit, with the water temperature around 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The driest months of the year are February, March, April, May, and June. While January, July, August, and September experience some precipitation, October, November, and December receive the highest amount of rainfall. Notably, Curaçao lies outside the hurricane belt, offering a relatively safe climate.

Satisfied Guests

Paul and Miriam

We stayed with our whole family consisting of 8 adults and 3 small children in this beautiful well-maintained villa. We had good contact with the owner who arranged everything for us. On arrival there was a Dutch manager who explained everything well and had regular contact with her. The villa was equipped with, among other things, a hygienically well-maintained swimming pool that was regularly cleaned by an external company, a barbecue and equipped with air conditioners in the bedrooms. Highly recommended and we hope to be able to use this villa again in the future.


  • What is the currency used in Curacao?
    The currency used in Curacao is the Antillean Guilder (ANG), also called the Netherlands Antillean Florin (NAf). The Antillean Guilder's exchange rate is fixed to the US Dollar at a price of 1 USD = 1.80 ANG. When exchanging money at a bank the exchange rate is 1.78 or 1.82 ANG, depending on if you're buying or selling.You can use US Dollars everywhere in Curaçao. In stores and restaurants and such the exchange rate used is usually 1 USD = 1.75 ANG for ease of calculation
  • Are there accessibility services in Curacao?
    There are two companies in Curacao specialised in services for tourists with special needs. Joseph Cares offers transportation, beach wheelchairs and mobility scooters, Carin Cares provides homecare and equipment you may need.
  • Are there any dangerous animals in Curacao?
    Curacao doesn’t have any predators that are dangerous to humans.
  • What is the drinking age in Curacao?
    The drinking age in Curaçao is 18 years. This applies to drinks with low alcohol contents like beer and wine as well as to stronger drinks like liqueurs and hard liquor.
  • What is the native language spoken in Curacao?
    Curaçao's native language is Papiamentu: a Creole blend of African, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, French, English, and Arawak Indian. The official languages in Curaçao are Dutch, Papiamentu, and English, but of those, Papiamentu is used the most in local TV shows, in parliament, and on the street.
  • What time zone is curacao in?
    Curaçao is situated in the Atlantic Standard Time -0400 UTC zone. Curaçao does not observe daylight savings time, so during summer we'll be in the same timezone as US's East Coast and during winter we'll be one hour ahead. From Europe, during summer the time difference with Western Europe is 6 hours, but during winter the difference is 5 hours.
  • What is the distance from the Hato Airport to the Villa?
    Fastest route depends on the time of day, but typically 25 minutes by car.
  • What are some grocery stores close to the Villa?
    Luna Park Maxi Market (Caracasbaaiweg, Willemstad) opens at -0700 UTC zone and closes at 2200 UTC zone with shorter hours on Sunday Vreugdenhil Supermarket (z/n Schubappelweg, Willemstad) opens at -0800 UTC Zone and closes at -1900 UTC Zone, with shorter hours on Sunday
  • What time zone is curacao in?
    Curaçao is situated in the Atlantic Standard Time -0400 UTC zone. Curaçao does not observe daylight savings time, so during summer we'll be in the same timezone as US's East Coast and during winter we'll be one hour ahead. From Europe, during summer the time difference with Western Europe is 6 hours, but during winter the difference is 5 hours.
  • Where can we rent a car on the island?
    Jansen Carrental provides free pick up and drop off at any location, provides 24/7 service, and offers baby and booster seats free of charge GH Car Rental offers cheap car rentals with brand new cars and top notch car rental service
  • Where can we rent dive and snorkelling equipment on the island?
    The DIve Bus was Curacao’s first dive centre to offer quality, comfortable and seriously fun shore diving back in 2005.
  • On what side of the road do they drive on?
    The right side of the road

Travel Advice

Travelers to Curacao must complete an "Immigration Card" prior to travel. You can do this via Curaçao Tourist Board website

*Travel details on this page are provided for information purposes only. 

*Guests are responsible for securing flights directly with the airline of their choice. 

*Villa Estabon Curacao assumes no responsibility for securing seats or flights during your travel dates.

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