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Full-service resort ticks off all the beach vacation boxes: two palm-fringed swimming pools, outdoor bar, 355 tidy guest rooms and suites, and all the ocean you can stand.
More than any other Palm Beach high-rise, this 354-room hotel has a casual, lived-in quality.
The lavish rooms at this 14-acre resort are appointed with colonial West Indian–style furniture, and their large balconies overlook the ocean or tropical gardens. Full review →
This eight-story resort has the most stylish and beautiful rooms in Aruba. Full review →
The pick of the litter. Full review →
Sporting two large pools, exotic landscaping (with caged parrots), a top-notch spa and fitness center, and a long beach where kids and teens run wild, the Radisson is an excellent value. Full review →
Sways more in time to island rhythms, its new contemporary-tropical-style guest rooms creating a winning environment for travelers in search of something more regional in character. Full review →For the best water vistas request one of the rooms in the Aruba Wing, especially the renovated club rooms, which access an exclusive private lounge with all the expected perks.
Incorporating several local touches that lend a clear sense of the destination, elevating what could have been a generic beach break into a distinctly Aruban experience. Full review →
Three-tower Dutch Colonial resort and casino with Aruba's most comprehensive spa, extending onto a 1,500-foot stretch of powdery white sand. Full review →
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