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Facing the Caribbean, 2 km (1 mi) west of Oranjestad, this resort is set in Aruba's low-rise hotel area, across the street from The Links at Divi Aruba (golf ...
With every room an ocean view, you really can't go wrong. We stayed in the very last building, 2500, and it was so quiet and secluded. We pretty much had the beach to ourselves everyday. The beach by that part of the hotel is stunning. Soft sand, no rocks on the beach and warm shallow water. There ...
Comprising nearly 12 acres of gardens, ponds, waterfalls, and pools, this resort faces the white sands of Palm Beach in Aruba's high-rise-hotel district; Tierra ...
Besides being very picturesque and having very friendly staff, the Hyatt Regency Aruba was essentially in the middle of it all. You are within walking distance to many of the restaurants and bars. Directly across the street is the Arubus bus stop. Pool and water slide are fun as well! Highly recommend ...
This resort across the street from powder white Eagle Beach offers 362 guest suites, and is 13 km (8.25 mi) from Queen Beatrix International Airport, and 5 km ...
I stayed in the newly renovated part. Very nicely appointed suite. Not big, but perfect for 2. Very quiet, which was nice. Very nice pools. Pizza Bob was ok. Don't bother going to the casino, it is a joke. Horrible video poker pay scale. Enjoyed my stay. Would return
Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino is split between 2 properties. The Marina Hotel is exclusive to adults, while the Ocean Suites are a resort-style located right ...
the hotel was nice,pool area much too small,drinks at the bar need much improvement.only half shower doors,water all over floor.coffee pots need upgrade.,,
The Resort sits on a quarter-mile of beach, across the street from 2 popular shopping malls, and within easy reach of the convention center.
Great experience until all the people came for the Soul Music week-end, so unless you are in to that you may want to stay away Memorial Day Week-end. Very loud, disrespectful group that came in. Otherwise, very nice trip. Great place for families. Nice restaurants on premises and shows.
Small, romantic, and family-owned, this Dutch Colonial-style hotel is right across from the white sands and calm waters of Aruba's famed Eagle Beach, ideal for ...
Stayed 5 nights access to everything , bus stop out front concierge took care of everything rented car brought direct to hotel. At the end of Eagle beach a great place to relax.The beach is across street But only 40 feet and the road is not busy
Nestled on the beach, this Palm Beach resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Butterfly Farm and Eagle Beach. Bubali Bird Sanctuary and Old Windmill are also within ...
Very friendly and accomadating staff. We're going back to the Divi Phoenix.
Styled like a colorful Dutch-Caribbean village, this casual resort is situated in popular and picturesque Palm Beach.
This is my second time at this hotel, last visit was over 15 years ago and it did not disappoint. Do to upcoming renovations there were not to many travelers there so it was very quiet and peaceful. It was exactly what I needed!!! The staff was excellent and I could not have asked for a better vacation!!! ...
Located on the white sands of Palm Beach, Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is a 12-minute drive from shopping and entertainment in downtown Oranjestad. ...
went to aruba for a few days of R&R. Marriot did a great job with the room, service and resturants. ready for the next trip!
Pack your sunscreen because you'll love walking on pristine beaches when you book one of the all-inclusive hotels in Aruba. Belonging to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, this tiny island is the epitome of paradise. Just off the coast of Venezuela, it's 70 square miles of sunny skies and joyful locals. Since Aruba is below the hurricane belt, there's rarely a rainy day: a fact that made it more attractive to the original settlers.
Originally inhabited by Caquetio Indians, many towns in Aruba now have names honoring the powerful chiefs of that time. Eventually, the Spanish came to claim this beautiful island as their own. When the Dutch discovered the hidden sparkle of gold in the hills, they eventually came to take control. World-famous beaches like Eagle Beach beckon to the weary who desire a much-needed vacation.
Have no need to fret about transportation around the island; in Aruba's all-inclusive resorts, you'll receive full-service shuttle buses for your excursions. If you want to get off the beaten path, the island offers taxis, private and public buses, or scooters to help you find your next excursion -- or a new restaurant.
If you want to feel spoiled in one of the hotels in Aruba, you won't have to search hard for a feast because most resorts offer excellent seafood and tropical dishes on their buffets. Aruba all-inclusive hotels feed you well, but you can also step outside your comfort zone and dine like a local by venturing into the capital city of Oranjestad -- where you can sample fresh seafood chowder or the hot sauce made from local Madame Janette peppers.
For your daytime adventures, a visit to the unofficial mascot of "fofoti trees" is a must. They're along the Northeastern coast, and the wind has shaped them into memorable forms. Since all your needs are satisfied at an all-inclusive resort in Aruba, why not check off the flight too with a Travelocity bundle? You can save up to $537 when you book your hotel and flight together. Enjoy a carefree vacation in paradise.