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 ...
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 ...
This newly renovated 15-acre tropical haven offers 357 elegantly-appointed guest accommodations in northwest Aruba, surrounded by soft sands, turquoise seas, ...
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 ...
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 ...
Located in Noord, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk and within 3 mi (5 km) of Excelsior Casino Aruba, Eagle Beach, and Arashi Beach. Paseo Herencia ...
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.
Nestled on the beach, this Oranjestad hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bubali Bird Sanctuary and Eagle Beach. Royal Plaza Mall is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) away.
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. ...
Get an Aruban bon bini (welcome) at this popular Dutch Caribbean island, a warm, multilingual place where the water is turquoise, the beaches are spotless and the activities are as diverse as the people. Aruba vacations appeal to honeymooners, families, couples and singles, thanks to the sun-soaked island's array of activities.
Whether your idea of an Aruba vacation includes luxurious resorts and casinos or water sports and dramatic terrain, you're in for a treat. Let Orbitz give you the inside scoop with Aruba's top 10 attractions, the best time to go and insider gems from countryside to the beach.
Thanks to its location in the far southern part of the Caribbean, Aruba has no monsoon or hurricane season. The most rain falls between October and January, but the island's generally dry climate isn't likely to spoil any Aruba vacation.
Aruba's year-round good weather means that even the low season -- which starts in April and runs through December -- is still a great time to visit.
Between January and March, Aruba's Carnival celebrations put locals and visitors in an especially festive mood, with street parties, parades and dance. Aruba celebrates its first fashion week in November 2011, which promises to start a new annual tradition of fashion shows, parties and shopping galore.
Check out Aruba's British Caribbean side at San Nicolas, the island's second-largest city. The main street is home to souvenir shops, but the most famous stop is Charlie's Bar where the much-photographed walls are adorned with artwork, newspaper clippings and memorabilia from around the world.
With its dry climate, panoramic scenery and warm sunshine, Aruba is best enjoyed in the open air. Enjoy the island's natural beauty from a unique perspective with a Jeep tour, ATV tour, or rent a scooter.
Make a positive impact on the environment during your Aruba vacation. If you're visiting in September or October, consider donating an afternoon to the annual Coastal Clean-Up Day, organized by the Environmental Committee of the Aruba Hotel & Tourism Association.
Aruba is a wonderfully multilingual place, with English, Dutch, Spanish and the locally born language, Papiamento, spoken with equal ease by residents. Learn a bit of Papiamento yourself: Free language lessons are offered at resorts including Divi Aruba.
Sample authentic Aruban cuisine (as well as Portuguese and other international flavors) at Gostoso, one of the best places to eat in Oranjestad. Among the favorite Aruban dishes is stewed beef (or goat), prepared with cilantro, garlic, onions and red pepper.
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