Aruba All Inclusive Resorts

The 6 Best Aruba All Inclusive Resorts

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 14, 2016

Places like this are the perfect way to experience the Dutch Caribbean’s island of Aruba’s beach-filled environment in an easy, comfortable way. Aruba claims the most sunny days of any other Caribbean island and is fortuitously located beyond the hurricane belt, just part of a rather perfect combination of travel-friendly traits.

“Aruba has one of the Caribbean’s most impressive collections of beaches,” says Editor-in-Chief Alexander Britell. “And whether you’re on Palm Beach, Eagle Beach or trekking to more remote beaches like Baby Beach, you’ll find a classic Caribbean beach vacation.”

So now is as good a time as any for you to start planning a trip. And if you’re looking for one great deal on “One Happy Island,” say “Bonbini” to these Aruba all inclusive resorts that just might fit the bill.

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Barcelo Aruba All Inclusive Now part of the Spanish Barcelo chain, this 370-room Palm Beach all-inc is within a five-minute walk of the restaurants and shops of the High-Rise Hotel District. But with six bars, seven restaurants, a nightclub, kids’ club and a plethora of water sports on offer, you might not even make it that far.

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Hotel RIU Palace Aruba In the center of the high-rise hotel district on Palm Beach, this adults-only mega-resort, refurbed last year, has all you could want, with 450 rooms; two pools (including a swim-up bar); four restaurants; a spa and a casino; as well as free Wi-Fi. When it comes to the complete package, this property ranks number one among the best Aruba All Inclusive Resorts.

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Divi Aruba All Inclusive One of five Divi resorts, this 265-room hotel, 10 minutes from the capital of Oranjestad, is set on the mile-long white-sand sweep at Druif Beach which is among the best stretches of sand in Aruba. Three pools are prime lounging and see-and-be-seen spots, while the Red Parrot (one of nine restaurants here) is perfect for an intimate dinner. Couples can enjoy sunset strolls along the west-facing shore after a day filled with water sports, tennis and rock climbing – all of which are included in the rate at this top Aruba All-Inclusive.

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Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive This family-friendly resort, with 236 ocean-view rooms, is part of the sprawling Divi complex. Which means that guests here have access to a wealth of amenities – including several restaurants and bars; a complimentary kids’ club; and a nine-hole golf course ­– that it shares with sister resort Divi Aruba All-Inclusive. Although this Aruba All Inclusive does not include golf – you’ll have to pay an extra fee to do so.

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One of the top Aruba all inclusive resorts.

Tamarijn All-Inclusive Suites at Dutch Village These studio and one-bedroom suites at Tamarijn Aruba resort combine the comforts of home (think kitchenettes and balconies or patios) with the conveniences of an all-inclusive hotel.  And when you emerge from your private oasis, the resort’s amenities (10 restaurants, seven bars, four pools, and a kids’ club, among them) are at your disposal.

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Divi Village All-Inclusive Villas Grab the gang and head for these spacious studio and one-bedroom suites, which all overlook the nine-hole Links at Divi Aruba golf course. Each homey roost comes with maid service, fully equipped kitchens and a washer/dryer, as well as access to the facilities of nearby Divi and Tamarijn Aruba resorts, where a total of 14 restaurants, 11 bars and eight pools will keep you entertained. It’s another great example of why the best Aruba All Inclusive Resorts have something for, well, everyone.

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