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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, clean rooms, food was decent, lots of activities
Located on Palm Beach in Aruba's high-rise hotel section less than 6.5 km (4 mi) from Oranjestad, this adults-only resort offers oceanview rooms, a casino, and ...
We truly enjoyed our stay, the staff was warm and friendly, starting with Marcos at check in. The food was really good with lots of choices and the wait staff were incredible. We were really happy with our choice and would choose this hotel again.
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. ...
We didi have a great stay but feel things could be improved in the housekeeping department..always had to ask for things from housekeeping..something as simple as towels, decaf coffee, cream, pillows.
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
This newly renovated 15-acre tropical haven offers 357 elegantly-appointed guest accommodations in northwest Aruba, surrounded by soft sands, turquoise seas, ...
Enjoyed the easiness of being close to all the beach activities
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 ...
The hotel was exactly as advertised, the rooms were very comfortable, the hotel staff were friendly. The only problem I had was the front desk manager mr. Jackson did not return my call nor would he make an effort to resolve some of my concerns with the lack of information at the concierge desk . ...
Across the street from Druif Beach and myriad water sports, this resort in the Low-Rise Hotel district provides shuttle service to Alhambra Casino and Shopping ...
The resort was amazing in any aspect. I love the fact it was close to everything, the staffs were very friendly and helper,the view of my room was very nice and clean. I really recommended it to any one who wants a familiar, beautiful resort to relax.
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.,,
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 ...
Spent a week at the Hyatt Resort. Great staff and location. Shops and restaurants easy walk.
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.
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.
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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