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  • All-Inclusive
  • Beach
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  • Pool
  • Scuba diving
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Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort

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Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort

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The ultimate white sand beach is just the start. Spend your days sunfish sailing or windsurfing or simply relaxing by the freshwater pools. It's all included...all meals and snacks throughout the day at a choice of 9 dining options, unlimited beverages at 7 bars, non-motorized water sports, nightly entertainment and more.

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The ultimate white sand beach is just the start. Spend your days sunfish sailing or windsurfing or simply relaxing by the freshwater pools. It's all included...all meals and snacks throughout the day at a choice of 9 dining options, unlimited beverages at 7 bars, non-motorized water sports, nightly entertainment and more. Your vacation stay includes:
  • All meals and snacks throughout the day at 9 dining options
  • Unlimited beverages at 7 bars
  • All guest accommodations are steps from the sand and pools with a patio or balcony
  • 3 Freshwater pools
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Bikes (child, youth, and adult sizes)
  • Tennis courts lighted for night play (at the Tamarijn Aruba)
  • Divi Winds Sports Center with 30-foot rock climbing wall and fitness center
  • Funbook! with coupons to Alhambra Casino
  • Tickets to Bon Bini Festival (seasonal)
  • Taxes and service charges
203 rooms housed in one, two and three story buildings offering ocean, beachside, pool and garden views. Each accommodation with spacious patio or balcony, two queen or one king bedding and amenities. In-room WiFi is also available as an option.

Located across the street, overlooking The Links at Divi Aruba 9-hole golf course, the Divi Village All Inclusive Villas offer spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom villas with designer furnishings, luxury amenities, plasma TVs, in-suite welcome bar and private terrace or balcony. This premium choice offers use of all features and facilities of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba including 13 dining options, 11 bars, 7 freshwater swimming pools, non-motorized water sports, and nightly entertainment. Additionally, guests of the Divi Villas enjoy free golf after 3 pm.

The resort offers a variety of dining options from classic Italian fare to Asian fusion. The signature Red Parrot Restaurant stands out with local favorites like the coconut shrimp served with banana curry dipping sauce. The beachside Aruba restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating, with spectacular sunset views. Guests of the Divi Aruba All Inclusive have full use of all the restaurants, grills and bars located next door at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.

Sip on a frozen cocktail at one of the 7 bars, most with ocean views, offering a vast selection of liquors, wines and beers. The poolside Pelican Bar offers a spectacular ocean view from the terrace. And, the Sandpiper beach bar serves snacks as well throughout the day.

Spend the days as active or laid-back as you like. Non-motorized water sports including snorkeling, beginners windsurfing, sunfish sailing, floats and kayaks are included and available at Divi Winds Sports Center, which also houses a fitness center and 30-foot beachside, rock climbing wall.

Evenings heat up with theme nights including Carnival shows, limbo, salsa lessons, water ballet, circus shows and more. Dance the night away under the stars to live Jazz music or steel drums.

There is also a weekly marketplace where guests can find trip mementos and local artifacts. For sports fanatics, plasma TVs showcase sporting events in the hotel lobbies or Paparazzi Lounge. Or, guests can take it easy on movie night. Don't forget to try your luck a the adjacent Alhambra Casino with your complimentary Funbook filled with coupons.

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Review date:   August 15, 2018 10:20PM
Review:   Went to Aruba a few years back and enjoyed it quite a bit. Staff there was really good and the food was impeccable. Getting a complimentary band is really worth it since you get almost all the food for free. The weather there is very hot for all the heat lovers out there, but if you are anything like me and prefer the cooler weather you’ll be relieved to hear that there are off winds that come off of the ocean that cool you right down. With that being said if you are planning to golf a lot it may be tough in 50 kilo meter wind. I know this one should be pretty obvious but always remember to wear sun screen! You will easily get sun burn in the 40+ degree weather and it will pain you, which will take away from the experience. Aside from that, there is a lot to do and it kept me entertained throughout the week I was there. Aruba is a great place and the Divi resort is awesome.
Author:   Nate L
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Review date:   August 2, 2018 12:32AM
Review:   My wife and I recently got married and choose this resort to spend our honeymoon. We spent our first night eating at the Red Parrot, absolutely the best seafood and service I have ever received. Donny our waiter was out of this world amazing and delivered impecable service. Would highly recommend to anyone staying in the Divi.
Author:   michael taylor
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Review date:   August 9, 2018 6:16AM
Review:   Nice resort with lots of beach. Staff is very friendly. Our room was very sub par and smelled bad. The staff didn't seem to care to help make it better or offer anything. Food was good but there were an obscene amount of flies all the time. Also there were only 2 restaurants on site other than the Buffett and you can only make reservations 2 days ahead and have to be up waiting in line at 7am in order to get a reservation. Other than that the multiple pools are great and over all we had a great time.
Author:   Jarod Moreau
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Review date:   August 13, 2018 11:30PM
Review:   Didn't stay in the rooms. Only wandered over to check out the pool, restaurant, and bar. The poolside drink service was awesome. The bartenders were awesome on this side and took care or us. The Red Parrot was one of the better restaurants.
Author:   Keith Alexander
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Review date:   May 10, 2018 2:59AM
Review:   Family trip. We went for Spring Break. Not overly crowded. Nice facility. Good main pool. The all-inclusive resorts has good food. If, you want to eat in one of the restaurants rather than the buffet, make sure you make your reservations early. The drinks are unlimited and you can get just about anything you want. Very nice beach.
Author:   Brian Jackson
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