PIET BOON BONAIRE
Kralendijk
PIET BOON BONAIRE

GENEL BİLGİLER

Few Caribbean islands are as inviting as Bonaire, a sand-fringed escape in the former Dutch Antilles. Just 30 miles from the island of Curaçao and 50 miles from Venezuela, it’s a tranquil place where flamingos as pink as cotton candy strut through the peaceful salt ponds, and loggerhead turtles swim through the turquoise seas.
Set along the waterfront in Kralendijk, the island’s tiny capital, Piet Boon Bonaire is a collection of nine individually styled villas. Six of these are right on the beachfront, with ultra-spacious and expertly crafted living spaces leading out onto private terraces, which have cool pools and easy access to the sea. Three additional villas sit further back from the shore but just like the beachfront properties, they are unmistakably the work of Dutch design icon Piet Boon, who has a reputation for designing bespoke, luxurious beach villas worldwide.