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Hilton Curacao

John F Kennedy Boulevard 2133, Willemstad, Curacao TEL: +599-9-462-5000 FAX: +599-9-462-5846
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Getting Around Curaçao

You'll find an abundance of things to do near Hilton Curaçao, and we'll help you get there. From our hotel shuttle to public transportation, there are several options for getting around Curaçao.

Curaçao Hotel Shuttle

For Guests looking to discover the Historic city of Willemstad or do some shopping, we offer a shuttle bus service from the Hilton Curaçao to Otrabanda (Willemstad) and back. This service is offered twice a day. We suggest making a reservation in advance at the Front Desk.

  • Departures from hotel: 8:30am and 1:30 pm
  • Departures from Otrabanda: 1:15pm and 5:15pm

Car Rental

Renting a car is the most convenient way to discover the secret spots of the island of Curaçao. Stop at the Budget Car Rental on our property for options, or call ahead for reservations.

Bikes and Mopeds

Renting a bike, moped or motorcycle combines the freedom of discovering the island at your own pace with the contact with nature that Curaçao deserves. This is the best way for nature lovers to explore, but be aware that there are no defined bike lanes.

Free Ferry

When the Queen Emma Bridge is not in operation, or it is pulled aside for a ship to enter, there is a ferry to get passengers across. The ferry is a shuttle that makes regular trips between Willemstad and Otrobanda. Travelers pay nothing for this short, panoramic journey between shopping centers.

Public Transportation

Public transportation in Curaçao is great for budget travelers. Use the convoys to get around Willemstad and across the floating bridge between Punda and Otrobanda. Convoys run about once an hour on weekdays and less often on weekends. Major streets are dotted with shaded bus stops. The two major bus stations are at Punda and Otrobanda. Ride the smaller buses — 9-person vans labeled 'bus'. These run more frequently than the convoys, but have no set schedule.