Caribbean Club Bonaire

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Blvd Santa Barbara 50, Bonaire, Caribbean
Caribbean Club Bonaire
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
41%
44
Very Good
39%
42
Average
10%
11
Poor
5%
6
Terrible
2%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples89
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Sandy beach paradise

by dorkster about Eden Beach

We spent the Bonaire portion of our honeymoon, about 8 days, at this hotel. Definitely would return.

This appears to be one of the few Bonaire hotels that has its own sandy beach, and it is a beautiful one. (Booties are still a must for Bonaire, though, most of the island's beaches are rocky corral -- but you're here to dive, so it shouldn't be a problem). Bongo's the thatched hut restaurant on the beach, serves a decent breakfast and pretty good dinner. A wonderful place to relax with some drinks. The dive shop on the beach is superb. And like many Bonaire waterfront properties, this one is also a marked dive site with tons of beautiful fish, though the coral is mostly "Eden's Rubble" at this site. A great first dive on the island if you're staying here.

Staff is friendly, and the lobby area had a slow but adequate wireless internet. They said they'd build out the wifi to the beach. The beach is unique for Bonaire, Bongo's is good to great food with an excellent atmosphere. Excellent dive shop.

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Forum Posts

No Bookstore???????

by keepgoing

I have read there is no bookstore in Kralendijk? Is this real??? We are thinking about moving there and also think about open a business. Would a store what includes books be successfull? Or was this a big joke? Do you use ebay in Bonaire?

Re: No Bookstore???????

by nomorebikinis

I ve been there half a year ago. There is something like a bookstore but they sell paperbacks and note books, writing paper. People do not tend to read there. I ve been looking to buy some books there too, just as a present for the invitation to dinner. I ended up with a nice bottle of wine. No (good) books, Sorry!

Travel Tips for Bonaire

Money matters

by Dabs

The official currency of Bonaire is the Antillean guilder. However, U.S. currency and credit cards are widely accepted. There are ATMs available at local banks downtown, the supermarket, Harborside Mall and several resorts. We didn't use or see any currency here, everything was handled by credit card or US dollars.

I always like to bring small bills with me when we go to the Caribbean, that way you can hand the taxi drivers exact change, have money for tips for guides or buy things at the market without having to get change. If you are coming in by cruise ship, the passenger services desk can break larger bills for you.

Clouds are Ever Changing

by Echo_29

Sitting on the beach and watching the fast moving, puffy clouds overhead go by is a pastime that never bores. The sunrises are spectacular every morning and watching a full moon rise isn't bad either. The soft air which blew in over the water all day and night. The feeling against the skin is wonderful.

Bonairean wildlife

by dracko

Bonaire, while a desert island, manages to be home to a distinct variety of wildlife. You can't miss the ubiquitous wild donkeys. They are literally everywhere. Be careful when driving, though! The donkeys can and very often do stray out onto the roadways. There are roadsigns all over the island that will attest to that fact. And I do mean all over. Even underwater!

Best Shore Diving Book

by klasher

Get a copy of Shore "Diving Made Easy by Susan Porter. She updates her book frequently, as the reef is always changing. She lives in Bonaire and is an avid diver. Forget Frommer's and Lonely Planet. The last time they updated was in the 90's.

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Address: Blvd Santa Barbara 50, Bonaire, Caribbean