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Wonderful property with wonderful staff. Private beach is fantastic! Food is quite good. Drinks are great. Location is awesome for exploring the downtown area.
I must say the location was very accommodating, because it was accessible and we could visit nearby places on foot, or by bus.I think the management of the eating facility ie the buffet could have been handled better, rather than waiting to be seated, have us select our seats, then bring the coffee ...
Everybody in this property was very nice!!! Service is excellent, very clean, not to fat from the beach and restaurants.
Rooms were small and outdated. Our room was on the side of a very loud bar from an adjacent resort that played loud music all night.
I liked the amenities that the property offered:great lobby bar with entertainment each evening, 3 nice restaurants to choose from, adult pool away from the noise, and palapas on the beach each day. There was a casino that I didn't go to (not my thing) as well as several nice shops all on ...
beautiful resort, pleasant staff, great times! Highly recommended!
The staff in the Palm Club on 8th floor were terrific. All wait staff and cleaning staff were awesome. Very pleased , better than two years ago.
With its position outside the hurricane belt and warm temperatures year-round, Aruba is a magnet for sun worshippers. Find the best sandy beaches on the island’s western side along a 7-mile (11.2-kilometer) strip lined with resorts. One of the most popular is Eagle Beach, also known for its nesting turtles and windblown divi divi trees. For more rugged coastline and secluded bays, head to the windward coast.
Explore underwater sites on a snorkeling or scuba diving trip. Arashi Beach on Aruba's northwestern tip and Mangel Halto Beach along the western coast are good spots for snorkeling. Choose from more than 20 unique dive sites along the southern coast. Look for barracudas and clownfish among the many marine species. See shipwrecks cloaked in corals, including the remains of the World War II German freighter Antilla. Non-divers can take a submarine tour of the ocean floor.
Above the surface, constant trade winds are ideal for watersports. Go kiteboarding, parasailing or kitesurfing. In July, watch some of the world’s best surfers compete in the Aruba Hi-Winds competition.
Away from the water, you’ll find plenty of exciting land-based pursuits. Hike to the top of Mount Jamanota, the highest point on Aruba. Embark on a four-wheel-drive adventure across the small island, stopping at the California Lighthouse and the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins. Challenge your friends to a game of golf at the Tierra Del Sol Country Club and Golf Course.
Visit the harbor city of Oranjestad, Aruba’s capital. Admire the pastel-colored buildings, evidence of Aruba’s Dutch heritage. Learn about the island’s history at the National Archeological Museum of Aruba. For dinner, book a restaurant that overlooks the sea and sample a rijsttafel plate of up to 40 dishes. Finish the evening in a casino or dancing to electronic music in a nightclub.
Fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport or sail into Oranjestad. Get around by bus or taxi or rent scooters, motorcycles or cars.
Visit Aruba for white beaches, clear water and thrilling outdoor adventures.