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With only 72 rooms, this Dutch colonial-style complex has a boutique feel, while still boasting amenities of larger chain hotels, such as themed nights at the restaurant with a live Latin dance show. The family-run resort features two restaurants—one that's beachfront—and two bars, plus weekly movie nights on the beach, bike rentals for those who want to go exploring, and snorkel and float rentals. While the resort overlooks Eagle Beach, it's not directly on the beach—a coastal road runs between the water and the property—but it's a quick walk to the sand. The three-story complex has revamped some of its in-room amenities and furniture, adding new flat-screen TVs and beds (fridges are next). Other parts of the resort have also been updated, adding more seating at the Horizons pool bar, for example. Rooms range from studios to one- and two-bedroom suites; all rooms feature a kitchenette or full kitchen, an iPod docking station, daily coffee supply, and bathrobes—little touches that add to the resort-like feel. The two-bedroom suites are perfect for families or couples, with a Jacuzzi tub and shower, as well as second-floor views of the ocean from the terrace.