Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in Aruba remains open for guests and is preparing for new ones. Having successfully rebounded from several past events, including the resort’s grand opening on Black Monday in 1987, the famed Eagle Beach resort once again prepares to spring back and welcome guests as well as future reservations.
Staffed and Open
Owner/CEO Ewald Biemans and his Bucuti associates are using this time productively with remodeling, renovating, refreshing and deep cleaning the resort. Every department head is executing a complete plan to utilize the quiet time to revitalize and to implement additional training to further enhance the property and experience.
Optimistically preparing to return to their normally full house of guests, the Bucuti & Tara team are enthusiastically moving forward with projects designed to delight the returning honeymooners and couples looking for the adults-only peace and tranquility the resort is recognized for. At a time when health is particularly paramount, returning guests will enjoy Bucuti’s evolving wellness program complete with options within fitness, nutrition and mental wellbeing.
“We appreciate the owner’s confident approach to this current situation by maintaining employment for our team with positive projects and investments,” states Resort Manager Rik van der Berg. “It is uplifting to both our Bucuti & Tara family and our Aruban community”
Bucuti & Tara’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and wellness is evident in its extensive technology supporting clean and healthy accommodations. Outfitted with individual HEPA air filters and dehumidifiers, guests breathe the purest air. HAACP and ISO certifications assure guests along with staff that cleanliness guidelines are paramount. Recent accolades – certified CarbonNeutral®, LEED Gold certification and Travel + Leisure magazine’s 2020 Global Vision Award – celebrate Bucuti’s success in providing the highest standards in a hotel environment.
For guests who cannot travel in the near future can still make future reservations online, by calling our reservations team or through their preferred travel professional.
Bucuti Comes to its Guests – Virtually
Bucuti & Tara is also coming to guests and followers spanning the globe – virtually. On March 18, 2020, this special social media outreach launched with special hashtag, #BringingBucutiToYou. With Bucuti’s vast following of loyal guests, the resort team wanted to connect with them and bring them a little piece of paradise until they could once again visit in person.
Ewald Biemans launched the first video post to instant success. Comments and likes continue pouring in and every few days more video posts are added. From swaying palm trees, powdery sand and soothing ocean views, to staff keeping beer chilled and even check-ups on the first Leatherneck sea turtle nest on the beach this season, these videos are a welcomed reprieve from the serious news of the day.
To learn more, visit Bucuti.com.
About Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort
Declared the first CarbonNeutral®/net zero hotel in the Caribbean in August 2018, Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is one of the Top 10 Hotels for Romance in the World, No. 1 Hotel in the Caribbean, No. 1 Hotel for Romance in the Caribbean (fourth straight year) and No. 1 Hotel for Service in the Caribbean. Aruba’s premier adults-only boutique resort is led by celebrated hotelier and environmentalist, Ewald Biemans, named by Caribbean Journal as the 2017 Caribbean Hotelier of the Year. 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; freshwater infinity pool; spa; WiFi; and complimentary iPad with Skype for use during stay. Award-winning healthy dining is enjoyed at oceanfront Elements, 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 along with the Caribbean’s first Healthy Hour. The resort is TAG Approved® as a LGBTQ- friendly hotel. Bucuti, a worldwide sustainable tourism leader, holds eco-certifications of LEED Gold, Green Globe Platinum, ISO 14001 and Travelife Gold and was named the World’s Most Sustainable Hotel/Resort in 2016 by Green Globe.