The romantic enclave made a major jump on the highly coveted 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards list, up 13 spots to No. 26. Additionally, Bucuti & Tara leads the four winners from One Happy Island. At just 104 rooms, the resort topped the three other Aruba winners, all being large hotels with at least 360 rooms each.
“Being recognized by the very guests we strive so hard for in providing a sustainable, laidback luxury vacation is a true honor for us from Condé Nast Traveler,” shares Ewald Biemans, owner/CEO of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort. “As competition increases, I’m proud of our Bucuti associates who continue to raise the bar and lead the guest service experience by providing an authentic, unforgettable stay.”
More than 600,000 Condé Nast Traveler magazine readers worldwide submitted millions of ratings and tens of thousands of comments, sharing their recent travel experiences of the world’s cities, countries, islands, hotels, resorts, spas, cruise lines, trains, airlines, and airports—good or bad. Results will also be highlighted in the November print issue due on newsstands in late October.
United Nations recognition.
The adults-only resort continues to make news with their environmental and guest satisfaction achievements. Most recently, it was named a finalist of the United Nations 2019 Climate Action Awards. The UN invited Bucuti & Tara to enter their climate action competition after learning of the resort’s achievement of becoming the first and only certified carbon-neutral hotel in the Caribbean.
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