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Divi Aruba Unveils Newest Rooms

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 18, 2016

The Divi Aruba all-inclusive resort has unveiled its latest changes.

The property has opened a new Mexican restaurant, Pure Lime, along with a new pool-view building.

“We are extremely excited to offer these new additions to our guests,” said Alex Nieuwmeyer, Managing Director, Divi Resorts Aruba.

The pool-view category building offers 60 rooms and two swimming pools.

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The property was also constructed with energy efficiency in mind, with solar heaters, sun-reflecting sliding doors and LED lighting to keep electricity consumption low.

Pure Lime is now the 10th dining option for the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba sister properties, and what the company is calling the first “full-service” Mexican restaurant in Aruba.

“The properties will continue to strive to offer visitors an unforgettable vacation experience with our accommodations, cuisine and overall hospitality,” Nieumeyer said.

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