The only all inclusive resort on Bonaire is in the last stages of a badly needed upgrade, as many of the properties were outdated. As the first of this famous Dutch hotel chain to introduce this model, a budget conscious family will appreciate all the amenities at this impressive complex. The restaurant offers unlimited buffet-style food if you have the proper wrist band and the small open-air Coconut Crash bar next to the beach is nearly as charming as its Italian staff. The airport is also quite close to the resort, but thankfully there doesn't seem to be any excessive noise from the jets. Most of the spacious rooms have recently undergone a complete facelift, resulting in state-of-the-art accommodation with enough space to throw a big party. But the bathrooms deserve the most credit as such modern showers and washing facilities are a rarity in the Dutch Caribbean. The clean, private beach and sports area with a playground, boat rentals and tennis courts are also much appreciated by its guests.