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Aruba Hotels

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Featured Aruba Hotels

As one of the islands that makes up the Dutch Caribbean, Aruba is known for its beautiful beaches alongside an exotic landscape and culture. Many people come to Aruba to enjoy white sands and breathtaking waters, but the island offers much more. Home to an exciting nightlife, a variety of exquisite dining experiences, an abundance of outdoor adventures, and local shops full of handmade crafts and pottery, there is plenty to keep you busy and having fun in Aruba.

Things to See

The capital city of Aruba, Oranjestad, is one of the island’s main destinations. Colorful shops and bars line the main road, Sasakiweg Street, that runs through the city. Here you will find locals and tourists alike enjoying their afternoon wandering through shops and admiring the town’s natural beauty. Oranjestad is also where some of Aruba’s most historic sites are located, such as Fort Zoutman Historical Museum, the oldest building on the island. For the outdoor enthusiast, Arikok National Park is a must. It covers nearly 20% of the island and boasts hiking trails amongst lava formations and unique wildlife with some of the best coastal views. Hiking maps and guided tours are offered through the visitor center located at the park.

Arashi Beach is another local favorite, ideal for snorkeling and basking in the sun. Boca Grandi is also a beautiful beach, but has strong currents, so is better for admiring than jumping in for some people. It is ideal for adventurous types and strong swimmers looking to windsurf or go kite boarding. If you are looking for an experience that is distinct to the island, stop by the Balshi Brewery and Beer Garden. Interestingly, Aruba is the only nation to brew beer with desalinated sea water, so be sure to watch the process and then sample the beer over lunch at the beer garden.

Hotels in Aruba

IHG® combines convenience, comfort, and luxury with properties located near the beach and many of the city’s popular tourist destinations. Options and amenities abound, making it is easy to find a location and style best-suited for the activities you have planned for your trip to Aruba.

Where to Stay

The island of Aruba is separated into two parts; northeast and southwest coasts. The southwest coast is where you will find the island’s popular beaches, the main tourist attractions, and the dining and nightlife scene. The northeast coast has more of a rugged terrain, strong currents, and a rocky coast line. Many of the popular resorts and hotels are located on the southwest coast.

How to Get to Aruba

The Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) is the most convenient option for flying into Aruba. The airport offers numerous flights to and from cities around the world. Cabs are available from the airport and at hotels in the area. Once you have reached your destination, most restaurants and beaches are easily accessible by foot, but cabs are also available around town to get around. Arubus, the local public transportation, offers several routes around the area to tourist destinations throughout the day and is a very economical option. 

Rental cars are available but often not recommended due the small size of the island. If you are looking for a green form of transportation, there is an Electric Streetcar that runs from the harbor to the east side of town. It runs along shops, restaurants, and some hotels. There is no charge to use the streetcar. Mountain bike rentals are available through various companies on the island, providing another green option for visitors.

Latest Aruba Hotel Reviews

Holiday Inn Aruba
By BillTerp#1
From February 13-20, my wife and I stayed at this hotel for the second time within the past three years. It is a beautiful resort with excellent service. As a matter of fact, we will probably stay at [More] the same location in the future. However, I would be remiss if I didn't report on two terrible nights we had with little sleep. We were booked initially in Room 5586 (Palm Tower) which has an adjoining door in case it is needed with larger groups. On the nights of February 16 & 17 we barely slept because the people next door were so loud and obnoxious that it sounded like they were in our room., They used every curse word in the book and were obviously drunk both nights so they could care less about their neighbors. I did call the front desk on the first night and they did send security quickly which we appreciate. After the second night with the same issues we were moved to the Sea Tower and were able to sleep with no problem. I guess the moral of the story is to try to not reserve a room with an adjoining room. [Less]
Wonderful Resort
By Tiki
We had a wonderful time at the Holiday Inn Aruba in Feb. The employees were all very nice and helpful and they were always working hard. Our night having dinner out on the beach at the Sea Breeze [More] was one of our favorite times. Eddie, the manager was the best. He took very good care of us. It was a fun evening. Our room was large and clean and the bed was comfortable. Our only problem with it was that it was on the back side of the hotel next to a bar at the next hotel and we could hear loud pounding music until late in the night. The pools and the beach were all beautiful. If I had any complaints it would probably be the way you had to reserve the cabanas at the pool and the grass huts on the beach. I think it would be better to give everyone a number when they checked in if they wanted either. Then just draw for them each day. I am not sure this would work either but it seems like there should be a better way than having to get up at 4:30 and sit on a cabana until 5:00 or waste an hour or more of vacation waiting in line to maybe get a hut on the beach the next day. That was really my only complaint. Our whole visit was a wonderful experience. [Less]
Nice Vacation
By Di1228
We enjoyed our stay. The location is excellent and the beach beautiful. The view from our balcony was lovely. The breakfast was wonderful every day. Our only problem was the difficulty reserving [More] a palapa. Extremely time consuming in the middle of the day with no guarantee of a reservation. A terrible system. [Less]

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