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"The honeymoon was absolutely amazing, the resort was breathtaking & the service was extraordinary! They took really good care of us & the GM even set us up in the Prime Minister suite which was so beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better honeymoon. Thank you so much for everything you did for us. We really appreciate you!"


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Aruba Destination Information

Aruba, where it is always summer. If you are looking for a tropical paradise offering everything from quiet romantic activities to exciting adventures for the whole family you have found it. Tons of beaches line Aruba's coastline, ranging from the surfer's beach to the family beach to the private romantic beaches hidden away from the crowds. The attractions extend far beyond the beaches. There are the coves of Andicuri and Dos Playa. The calm of the Conchi, or natural pool on the windward coast. Restaurants ranging from seafood to Oriental and lots of great places to shop - outlets, collector's shops specialty and antiques shops boutiques - and many more. The average annual temperature is 82°F and average annual rainfall less than 20 inches per year.

Hotels and Resorts in Aruba

The Ritz-Carlton Aruba 
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino 
Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino 
Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa 
Riu Palace Antillas All-Inclusive/Adults-only
Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort 
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort  Boutique
Divi Aruba Phoenix Beach Resort 
Marriott's Aruba Ocean Club 
Marriott's Aruba Surf Club 
Occidental Grand Aruba  All-Inclusive
Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino 
Riu Palace Aruba  All-Inclusive
Divi Aruba All Inclusive  All-Inclusive
Divi Village All Inclusive Villas  All-Inclusive
Holiday Inn Resort Aruba 
Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa 
Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort 
Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive  All-Inclusive

Fun Fact: Aruba’s divi-divi trees, also known as watapanas, are famous because they are known to grow at 45-degree angles in certain parts of the island. This a result of the persistent trade winds in those areas.