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Riu Palace Aruba All Inclusive - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Riu Palace Aruba All Inclusive

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 79, Palm Beach - Map
 
 
"Riu Palace"
This was our first trip to Aruba, and our first time staying at a Riu property. The resort is absolutely beautiful, and the staff was incredible. We were a little worried about the food, being that the Riu is all inclusive, but the food was amazing!! Our entire experience was great. We would highly recommend the Riu Palace.
ZombieProspect from NY
Facing the white sands of Palm Beach, this resort is in the high-rise hotel district on the west coast; the Bubali Bird …More
Tropicana Aruba Resort & Casino - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Tropicana Aruba Resort & Casino

J. E. Irausquin Boulevard 248, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
"Good, Simple, Family Friendly, & One Happy Island"
I do not have a video's or photos of the location as I spend most of my time outside of the room, but when I did my hotel room for 3 days 2 nights cost $236 on Travelocity. Check-In: Slow, efficient, friendly, $100 incidental hold fee. Wi-Fi: Room you must pay. In lobby/check-in area Free, must receive pass code from front desk. Towel Hut: Good. One towel per person turn-in to exchange for a fresh towel anytime between operating hours. Pool: Good equipped with slide, waterfall, hot tub, and swim up to bar. Room: Reminds me of an old school Miami Vice type Florida coastal home with tile, pink, light blue colors, clean and tidy. Appearance just fine if asked I would recommend updating the rooms furniture, kitchen, and bathroom areas. However, staying on them might be difficult. Bathroom: Good. No issues. Remember a little old you may see some cracks in areas showing wear and tear, but nothing to be worried about. Bedroom: Good. Old TV. Living Area: Good. Newer TV 32" Flat Screen. Pull out Sofa Patio: Good. Immediate access to BBQ pit, pool, slide, and swim up bar. Kitchen: Old school appliances, good utensils, and flatware. Functional. Storage Closet: Good. ** Did not see laundry services. Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robins attached. Donuts are good, coffee and cappuccino terrible. Ice cream sometimes looks dated with freezer burn.
jangeles from Texas
This resort across the street from powder white Eagle Beach offers 362 guest suites, and is 13 km (8.25 mi) from Queen …More
Paradise Apartment - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Paradise Apartment

Piedra Plat 45, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
Situated in Oranjestad, this apartment is close to Casibari Rock Formations, Hooiberg, and Ayo Rock Formations. Local …More
Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$284

Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 93, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
"WOW"
I have been visiting Aruba for 20 years and pass by the Divi Dutch Village hundreds of times on each trip.....I had no idea what I was missing. We were upgraded to a one bedroom suite and it was absolutely beautiful. Check in and out were friendly and efficient, unit was very clean and the king size bed and pillows were extremely comfortable. It is a little confusing to find, but I will definitely be back!
llamo from Regina, SK, Canada
The soft white sands of Druif Beach are 30 m (33 yd) from this resort in the Low-Rise Hotel district; complimentary shuttle …More
Blue Residences - Noord Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Blue Residences

J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 266, Noord - Map
 
 
This Noord condominium resort is located by the ocean, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance from …More
Bubali Bliss Studios - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$175

Bubali Bliss Studios

Bubali 147, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
Situated in Oranjestad, this apartment is close to Eagle Beach, Bubali Bird Sanctuary, and Old Windmill. Also nearby are …More
Golden Villas Aruba - Noord Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Golden Villas Aruba

Washington 30C, Noord - Map
 
 
Situated in Noord, this aparthotel is close to Old Windmill, Butterfly Farm, and Eagle Beach.More
Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$370

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 93, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
"Divi Village"
I booked this about 2 weeks before my trip.  It was meant as an extension of my timeshare week at another property.  We arrived and were given a very nice studio suite that had marble countertops, and new stainless appliances. The building we were in did not have an elevator which was a drawback, however, a bellman brought the luggage upstairs for us. The laundry facility was on our level which was an added bonus.  The property is nice and has a shuttle to assist you getting to the various locations onsite.  Although we were not beachfront, we simply had to cross the street to access the beach.  All in all it was a good investment.
lbmteach from West Hempstead, NY
Across the street from Druif Beach and myriad water sports, this resort in the Low-Rise Hotel district provides shuttle …More
Paradera Park - Paradera Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Paradera Park

Paradera 203, Paradera - Map
 
 
Situated near the airport, in Paradera, this aparthotel is close to Casibari Rock Formations, Aruba Ostrich Farm, and Gold …More
Aruba Tropic Apartments - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Aruba Tropic Apartments

Tanki Leendert 251-E, Oranjestad - Map
 
 
This family-friendly apartment is located in Oranjestad, close to Saint Franciscus Church, Philip's Animal Garden, and San …More

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    Hotels in Aruba

    White beaches, crystal-blue seas, and adventures are only a few clicks away. Travelocity can offer great deals on Aruba hotels and resorts today. Compare prices, customer reviews, star ratings, and locations to find the best Aruba hotel deals and book your trip now. Go out and explore the natural wonders of this Caribbean paradise!

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    About Aruba

    Whether you're looking for a family vacation, a honeymoon destination, or just a place to get away from it all, you've picked the right island. Less than 20 miles from the coast of Venezuela, this peaceful island is different from many others in the Caribbean in that it has an arid, dry climate and in that it lies outside of the hurricane belt. The nationality and official language is actually Dutch, and its capital is Oranjestad, which is a beautiful, must-see city. Bring your passport, but know that U.S. dollars are widely accepted in Aruba. The island is world-famous for its beaches, casinos, scuba diving, and resorts.

    World-Famous Beaches

    There's blue water, and then there are the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Lie on the silky, soft sands of these prized beaches in Aruba. Resorts line up along these gorgeous coasts. You could walk along the world-famous, award-winning Eagle Beach or other great beaches on the island, like Palm Beach, Baby Beach, or Arashi Beach. These amazing views will leave you breathless. Watch the ocean waves, tan on the white sand, swim in the beautiful, tranquil ocean, or take part in local pastimes like kite-surfing or windsurfing. A trip to Aruba should always include a bit of surfing, whether that be kite-surfing, windsurfing, stand-up paddle-boarding, or ordinary surfing. Check out Aruba Surf and Paddle School.

    Inland Adventures

    Many Aruba resorts offer great local attractions further inland. If you're a golf fan, you should definitely check out the Tierra Del Sol Golf Course or the Links at Divi Aruba. The resorts also often house many local casinos, like the Casino at the Hyatt Regency Aruba or Stellaris Casino. There are plenty of fun things you can do away from the beach, especially after the sun goes down. Have a night to remember during a bar-hopping tour with Kukoo Kunuku, the iconic, multicolored bus. Be sure to check out the Aruba Carnival in the winter months as well. If the summer sun has singed you a bit, wander inland to the Aruba Aloe store, museum, and factory and treat your skin with some of the best aloe lotions anywhere.

    Local Wildlife

    Have a wet and wild adventure off the coast of Aruba. Hotels on the beach are often an enthusiastic swim away from amazing and beautiful wildlife. Check out the cool coves by snorkeling with Aruba Bob Snorkeling. You can see fish, corals, and shipwrecks with Bob's great tours. For a more in-depth offshore tour (so to speak), you could also check out the wildlife while scuba-diving with Happy Divers Aruba. Further inland, there is plenty of cool wildlife to check out as well. Great for kids, Philip's Animal Garden houses everything from deer to parrots to monkeys. For a scenic drive, check out the island safari with ABC Aruba Tours. If you have a love for the native creatures of Aruba, make sure you stop by a favorite destination like the Donkey Sanctuary or The Butterfly Farm.

    Natural Wonders

    From the bottom of the sea to the hills of Aruba, natural wonders pepper the landscape of this life-changing island. Although the natural bridge collapsed in 2005, the island also features another hidden gem. The "natural pool" is comprised of tranquil waters gathering in a unique circle of volcanic rock. The natural pool, or conchi, is located in Arikok, Aruba's national park, which also houses the Guadirikiri Cave, the Boca Prins bay, and the Jamanota Hilltop. Check out some of the great bus or jeep tours that trek across its landscape.

    First-Hand History

    When you're scuba-diving or snorkeling in the Caribbean, be sure to keep an eye out for the shipwreck of the Antilla, the Pedernales, the Debbie II, or the airplanes S-11 and DC-3. The SS Antilla was a massive German vessel which scuttled in 1940, whereas the SS Pedernales was a British ship that had been attacked by a German U-boat in 1942. The planes, on the other hand, were both purposefully sunken, one as a result of a drug bust and another as a result of simply no longer being serviceable. For a bit more history fun further inland, be sure to stop by the Natural Archaeological Museum Aruba or the remarkable landmarks at the Historic Gold Mines, which include the beautiful Bushiribana Ruins.

    Explore the Island in Your Own Way

    There are many, many different ways to explore Aruba, one of which involves taking to the high seas with The Jolly Pirates; definitely check out their sunset sail tour. Another unique way to explore is to go under the high seas and to explore the ocean floor by submarine with DePalm Tours. Are you looking to book a hotel in Aruba for a honeymoon? What's more romantic than a horseback ride on the beach? Ride horseback with The Gold Mine Ranch or Rancho La Ponderosa Aruba. Or you could cruise the island like a "low rider" with a combination of motorcycle and sports car with Trikes Aruba. Perhaps you simply want to explore the cuisine of this great food destination. Take in the cuisine of local favorites like the Screaming Eagle Restaurant-Lounge, White Modern Cuisine, and Flying Fishbone.

    Visit Paradise

    Aruba has excellent weather year-round, and with the huge Carnival festival in January and February, many northerners find themselves flying down to Aruba mid-winter. To find cheap hotels in Aruba, book well in advance or plan your stay during the long off-season, from April to August. Find the best deals online with Travelocity today! Note that you can also find convenient and affordable vacation packages, which bundles your flight, hotel, and car rental into one cheap price. With great deals and the Travelocity Price Guarantee, you can find the best prices for your stay in Aruba. Get out on those white beaches today!

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    *For these packages, package savings is at least equal to the cost of the flight or hotel if booked separately. Note: For packages including flights, you will be charged by the airline for the flight, but your savings on the package will equal the cost of the flight.