Aruba Ritz-Carlton
The "reimagining" covered all 320 units at the resort.

New-Look Rooms at the Ritz-Carlton, Aruba 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 28, 2023

The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba has completed an upgrade to all 320 of its rooms and suites, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The luxury resort on Palm Beach has completed a “reimagination” of its rooms, suites and corridors, with what the property is calling “island-inspired designs.”

The new look pays homage to the hotel’s location on Palm Beach, with locally-inspired designs and color waves, along with new textiles and new artwork in the rooms. 

That includes what the property calls an “organic color palate of beiges, blues and greens inspired by Aruba’s beaches, sea and desert landscapes,” joined by natural woods and organic granite accents. 

King guest rooms were upgraded with new pullout sofas, while all rooms got new technology and paperless offerings. 

The hotel also has new-look hallways, with a new, bright blue carpet inspired by the Caribbean Sea. 

“We are thrilled to welcome guests to the new guestrooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba,” said Ritz-Carlton, Aruba Hotel Manager Louella Brezovar. “The updates represent a new chapter in this amazing resort’s history, celebrating the beautiful island of Aruba while maintaining the signature level of luxury and design ethos of The Ritz-Carlton brand.”

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