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Not your typical business-trip Marriott. A $50-million face-lift in 2008 kitted out all 411 rooms with new flat-screen TVs, Jackpack technology, and bedding.
Large rooms and balconies, with big beds and luxurious down pillows. The bathrooms have two sinks and each room also has a sofa bed.
The gentle sound of the surf and splashing waterfalls create the backdrop of this sprawling compound, where everything seems to run smoothly. Full review →
The Marriott's airy, tastefully subdued rooms are the largest in any of Aruba's luxury High-Rise hotels. Full review →
Located at the northern end of the high-rise resorts, this massive property has some 400 rooms with large balconies offering a glimpse of the ocean. Full review →
A comfortable, modern getaway for families with a great pool, gym, spa, and casino, the Marriott Resort is fancier than its only neighbors, the Marriott Surf Club and the Marriott Ocean Club. Full review →
This Marriott continues to cut an impressive profile, impressing a wide swath of fans that include groups, commercial gatherings and individuals enamored with big, bustling full-service hotels. Full review →
Fresh from a 2008 $40 million renovation, this resort has a 24-hour casino, along with 411 guest rooms and five restaurants. Full review →
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