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. It's a 20-minute drive to Arikok National Park, and 12 minutes to the Archaeological Museum of Aruba.
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 night club.
Styled like a colorful Dutch-Caribbean village, this casual resort is situated in popular and picturesque Palm Beach.
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 del Sol golf is 3 km (2 mi) away.
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 swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing.
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.
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 (3.25 mi) from the shopping and dining of Oranjestad.
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 on the beach. The property itself is a short drive from Queen Beatrix International Airport. Guests can sail and fish from the marina, and feed iguanas on the hotel's private island.
Start your trip to Aruba in Oranjestad, the main town on the island. Here, you can find the most exquisite Aruba resorts and the best 4-star hotels in Aruba, along with tons of great shopping, dining, and decadence. It's a great town for taking two-hour strolls or using as a home base for day-trip cruises when you're feeling inclined to try out your sea legs. It's not hard to find Aruba hotels near the beach, so no matter whether you prefer cruising on the water or simply lying on the sand and taking in the sun and surf from a comfortable vantage point, you'll be happy you chose this place to call your short-term vacation home.
The reason many people go to Aruba is the beach, and luckily, the island has no shortage of stunning, swimmable coastline. Lay back in the white sands of Eagle Beach and get a tan, or swim laps in Baby Beach, often considered the beach with the calmest water in the Caribbean. At the end of the day, take a load off and enjoy one of Aruba's gorgeous outdoor bars for an appetizing frozen summertime cocktail and a sampling of some delicious, fresh Aruban fare.
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