The Tamarijn Aruba All-Inclusive resort has reopened following a renovation project, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Divi & Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusives property has relaunched with new culinary offerings, expanded rooms and a host of new health and safety protocols amid the current realities of travel.
“After a challenging year for so many, we are honored to create a safe, world-class guest experience for travelers to Aruba,” said Alex Nieuwmeyer, managing director of Divi and Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusives.
“We are thrilled to welcome guests to the newly renovated Tamarijn Aruba All-Inclusive, and believe our enhanced accommodations and improved safety protocols will provide guests with a greater sense of security, knowing that their family’s comfort and health is top of mind,” Nieuwmeyer said.
The property’s $5 million renovation project saw the reimagining of all guest rooms, all of which were expanded to include private balconies or patios.
Culinary changes included the addition of live cooking restaurants called Pelican Terrace and Cunucu Terrace, along with a new smoothie bar called Health Corner.
For more, visit Tamarijn Aruba All-Inclusive.