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Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa

J E Irausquin Boulevard 55, Oranjestad - Map
"Very friendly staff. "
Resort right on the beach. Would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Iowa
Set on Aruba's widest stretch of beach this intimate2-story boutique resort is popular for romantic and rejuvenating getaways.More
Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort - Noord Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort

J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 252, Noord - Map
"Right on Eagle Beach"
Nice hotel, right across the street from the beach, bus stop. Friendly staff. Always had lounge chairs on the beach for guests. A little slow giving you a beach towel and no events really to speak of other then an occasional one hour happy hour. Only mention lack of events because there doesn't seem to be a lot to do at night in Aruba.
Traveller from DC
Small, romantic, and family-owned, this Dutch Colonial-style hotel is right across from the white sands and calm waters of …More
Playa Linda Beach Resort - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Playa Linda Beach Resort

J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 87, Palm Beach - Map
"Great hotel, great location..."
The hotel was as advertised - right on the beach, clean, spacious, central to shopping and restaurants on Eagle beach, and the staff was just wonderful. We rents a 1 bedroom suite, we had a 13 and 15 yr old with us. The younger slept on the sofa bed, and the older slept on the day bed with no real complaints. My wife and I had the bedroom, although note the French doors that seperate the bedroom is just glass and not "100%" private. The kitchen was spacious by most standards - full fridge, oven, dishwasher, microwave, table, and a good amount of cabinet space. All the typical kitchen supplies were there. We cooked breakfast and lunches with no problem, and ate out for dinners. The balcony was quaint with a wonderful view of the beach. I would recommend a higher room if possible to maximize the view. The hotel facwas generally superb - two adjacent restaurants, two local bars for getting drinks. Everyone was helpful and pleasant. The wifi worked pretty well too - we paid for the "silver plan" which was about $3/day for 4 devices. I only have two parts of advice for future travelers (1) the palapas get reserved ridiculously early. It seemed people put their towels out the night before and then woke up around 4:00 to sit in them until 6:00 at which point a hotel rep would jot down the room number and "reserve" it. (2) because we were "renting" from time share owners, which Travelocity had not notified us about, we had to switch rooms during our stay, which was a bit of a hassle.
Traveller from Germantown, MD
Located in Palm Beach, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within 3 mi (5 km) of Omnibus Tennis …More
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort - Adults Only - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort - Adults Only

L G Smith Boulevard 55B, Oranjestad - Map
My Husband & I just returned from our 9 night stay at Bucuti - this was our 3rd trip to Aruba; we stayed at Bucuti 2 years ago for our Honeymoon which was amazing and last year we stayed at Divi All-Inclusive b/c it was a last minute trip and Bucuti did not have availability (Divi was just okay compared to Bucuti). We did visit Bucuti though and had an Anniversary dinner on the beach last year which I recommend to anyone on Aruba! We stayed for 9 nights total – upon arrival we were given champagne and when our room was ready (almost 2 hrs after we arrived) we had an anniversary gift of cheese crackers and flutes in our room – which was SO NICE  My parents & my husband’s parents also stayed at Bucuti for 5 nights each – they were also celebrating their own anniversaries so they had a gift bag as well! We had an amazing time with them and after they left we had a few days/nights to our selves which was great too! Prior to our arrival I made all our reservations for a car rental, dinner plans, excursions etc. via email through the Bucuti Concierge Desk with MADELINE – who is AMAZING, she totally helped 100% with ANYTHING we needed as did the rest of the Bucuti staff. Debra, the hotel manager visited with all the guests every morning at breakfast which was very nice and made everyone feel extra special. Bucuti truly appreciates their guests. Our parents had such a good time – thanks to Aruba being SO beautiful but also to the staff at Bucuti. They ranted and raved (as we did to them prior to visit) about how helpful, happy, sincere & welcoming the staff is. The resort recently went through a restaurant renovation – it turned out awesome (we knew what the Priates Nest looked like so it’s a total 360). The prices are little high for dinner for us but you get that all over the Island if you go to a nice restaurant – the menus are cool b/c they were ipads  - they have Vegan/Veg options as well as Organic and then regular options too which is nice to see. The food was great all around – the bar food/lunch food was good – the Ranchero Wrap was great and was just what we needed sometimes for little lunch (you can split it between 2 with fries). All in all, we’d say the restaurant was a success, it totally upgraded the whole beach front experience and has only made the resort even more beautiful! The breakfast was GREAT as it was 2 yrs ago – they have everything you’d ever want in the morning. Since this resort is not all inclusive – we ate a big breakfast and it would last us until late afternoon at which time we’d have a snack or an early dinner. All in all – we only had a $300 room charge for food/drinks after 10 days!! I would NOT SKIP this resort over just b/c its not all inclusive. There are markets walking distance now and supermarkets if you rent a car so I’d suggest getting some snacks and even beer/alcohol and bringing it back to the resort. Not full meals of course, but crackers, cereal bars, etc. to get you through the afternoon if you need something small to eat. We stayed in the Tara Suites and our parents stayed in the Bucuti Suites so we could compare 1st hand the quality of the rooms – they are pretty much the same, the only big difference is the Tara Suites are a little bigger and they are beach front. If you are trying to decide whether to spend the extra money or not, the big question is do you want a beach view? It was nice to be able to walk 2 min to your room at Tara but the Bucuti Building is just a few more steps away, in my opinion BOTH rooms were beautiful and you will be comfortable in either!! This is a “couples” sort of resort – there are a lot of Honeymooners and Anniversary Guests. It’s also adults only so you don’t have kids all around. We do have 1 complaint – we did have a few days were the Costa Linda guests actually walked over with their towels and bags and sat right in middle of the Tara side with KIDS – which was pretty annoying since we paid so much to stay in an adult only resort - It would be nice if they had a flag or something to let Costa Linda know where there beach ends and Bucuti’s begins. This is a small resort, so if you want the real island relaxation feeling this is your resort!!! The high-rise and downtown area and hotels are a quick and cheap taxi/bus ride away so you can really have the best of both worlds – we would hang out during day at Bucuti and some nights take a ride out to the high-rise/downtown hotels to eat and walk around. Notes on flights – we had an early flight so we had almost a whole day but we had to be at JFK at like 5am which made it a LONG day – when we arrived our room wasn’t ready for almost 2 hrs so that was a little frustrating. Our departure flight was at 4:45pm but check-out is at 12 noon – we asked if we could check out a 1pm which was great b/c we didn’t have to leave for airport until 1:30pm. A little advice – don’t go crazy trying to get an early flight in and late flight out b/c it makes for longer days and an extra hour or 2 is not worth it! We will be taking flights now that leave NYC at around 9am or even later and flights that leave Aruba at around 3pm or earlier. Positives: small resort, nice rooms, great food, great staff, amazing beach, Madeline at Concierge Desk. Negatives: Costa Linda Guests migrating on beach, our room wasn’t ready upon arrival. We LOVE Bucuti – we are already planning our next trip with our friends in May!! we love Aruba we love Bucuti and cannot wait to go back – it is paradise and we recommend staying at Bucuti to EVERYONE everywhere for any type of vacation especially Honeymooners!! No resorts on Aruba compare to Bucuti - We ALL had an amazing trip and cannot say enough good things about Bucuti!!!!!!!!
MrsG82711 from Long Island, NY
Catering to romance-minded couples, this resort in Aruba's low-rise hotel section maintains a noise-free and …More
Divi Aruba All Inclusive - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Divi Aruba All Inclusive

J E Irausquin Boulevard 45, Oranjestad - Map
"Lovely small hotel"
Met nice people very relaxing staff is excellent and friendly, room however was a downgrade from our usual paid for ocean view and got what they call an ocean view (limited) however they were very acomadating because we must have a ground floor room . It's ashame that they are going to add 60 more rooms it will spoil the atmosphere even the staff is not happy about it
Traveller from new york
Flowering gardens and stone walls earmark this resort located 3 km (2 mi) from the capital of Oranjestad in Aruba's low-rise …More
Holiday Inn Resort Aruba - Beach Resort and Casino - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Holiday Inn Resort Aruba - Beach Resort and Casino

J E Irausquin Boulevard 230, Palm Beach - Map
"Nothing fancy"
Location is perfect Rooms are nothing special Bed not the most comfortable Beach guys are great Adelela ( consiour) was the best.. Ask her about anything Test of staff was ok/ nothing great But your on Arub so how much time are you at the hotel!!
Traveller from s
The Resort sits on a quarter-mile of beach, across the street from 2 popular shopping malls, and within easy reach of the …More
Occidental Grand Aruba - All Inclusive Resort - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Occidental Grand Aruba - All Inclusive Resort

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 83, Palm Beach - Map
"Everything Nice"
I truly enjoy my experience at the Occidential Grand Resort in Aruba. I had a great time there. My five days went well and was very relaxing. The employees on and off the resort were very nice and helpful. I will be making another trip there.
Traveller from Bronx, NY
Situated in the center of the lively Palm Beach scene, the adult-oriented Occidental Grand Aruba features a large casino and …More
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

L G Smith Boulevard 101, Palm Beach - Map
"Queen for a stay."
if you want to feel like you're the most important person in the world, here is where you go to do that. Not once did I hear "we don't have that" or "we can't do that". They are very attentive to every customer. I highly, highly recommend them.
Traveller from Massachusettes
Located on the white sands of Palm Beach, Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is a 12-minute drive from shopping and …More
Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort - Oranjestad Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 93, Oranjestad - Map
"summer vacation"
Very nice resort. hotel staff were very nice. beach was far from our room.
A Traveller
Across the street from Druif Beach and myriad water sports, this resort in the Low-Rise Hotel district provides shuttle …More
Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino - Palm Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino

J E Irausquin Blvd 81, Palm Beach - Map
"Clean, kind, centrally located!"
The hotel was recently converted from a Radisson to the Hilton. It is a great place to stay. Staff is kind and always available to assist. Beach is fantastic, food is good, happy hour is even better. Some renovations going on while we were there, so a little dissapointed we didn't get to experience the martini bar. Hotel is centrally located to many great restaurants and shops. Only took a taxi twice all week. Beach is clean, friendly with lots of space between shaded huts.
Traveller from RI
This 15-acre tropical haven offers 355 elegantly-appointed guest accommodations in northwest Aruba, surrounded by soft sands …More

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    Aruba Beach Hotel Guide

    Belonging to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the island of Aruba is the perfect place to forget all your troubles and relax on one of the many world-famous beaches. Since the island is only 20 miles across and six miles wide, you have the luxury of exploring every inch of the 70 square miles with no trouble. The best part is that, with so much sand and water, finding one of the hotels in Aruba on the beach is easier than finding gold in the historic mines.

    History and Transportation

    Aruba has a rich history, starting with the native Caquetio Indians who first inhabited the island. Many of Aruba's towns still carry these Indian names today. After exchanging hands a few times, Aruba came to settle with the Dutch, who mined the hills for gold. When mining was no longer profitable, tourism became the main attraction since Aruba's stunning beaches have especially diverse aquatic life and golden sands. When you want to step away from the Aruba beach hotels, catch a public bus or taxi. To be one with nature, rent a scooter to explore for the day. Aruba has more intriguing landscapes beyond just beautiful beaches.

    Dining and Attractions

    Rarely do you think of a tropical island having a desert, but Aruba has just that. To view some spectacular rock formations, head to Arikok National Park in the island's interior. Traveling with children? Try some freshwater fun at Aquaventure Waterpark Aruba. When it's time to tuck the kids in bed at one of the Aruba hotels near the beach and head out for the night, this island boasts some of the best beach dining. There are multiple restaurants to choose from that have open-air seating right on the sand or pier.

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