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Have It All at These Resorts
Aruba is one of the most popular Caribbean destinations for U.S. travelers, but unlike Jamaica and the Dominican Republic it has not been known for its all-inclusive resorts. However, resorts like the Divi Aruba and Tamarijn have been offering an all-inclusive experience for years, and the newer Riu Palace gives you more choices than ever for a pay-one-price Aruba vacation. Plus, many of Aruba's all-inclusives are all located at Palm Beach, Aruba's best resort district.
For many travelers, all-inclusive resorts are a great option because guests do not have to worry about paying for meals once they have arrived, and if they so desire, they can stay on the resort property for their entire trip without needing to leave to find food, drinks, entertainment, etc. For travelers of all kinds, from singles to family, and everything in between, the all-inclusive can be a great option if you want to leave the planning to the facility, and the relaxing all to yourself.
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Riu Palace Aruba
Opened in summer 2007, the Riu Palace has quickly become a Palm Beach landmark with its unique, turreted hotel towers. All-inclusive package includes dining at the resort's Japanese, Italian, fusion, and steakhouse restaurants, as well as the use of most amenities and a daily entertainment program.
In 2015, the resort underwent a $25 million renovation, revealing new contemporary decor as well as a new buffet restaurant option as well as renovated bar and lounge areas.
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Tamarijn Aruba Resort
Guests at the 236-room Tamarijn Aruba can use the facilities at the neighboring Divi Aruba, which only adds to the appeal of an all-inclusive resort that features 10 restaurants and grills, seven bars with daily drink specials, and four freshwater pools. Guests looking for suite-style accommodations can stay at the adjacent, 97-suite Divi Dutch Village.
WiFi is free throughout the resort, and there is a Kids Fun Club for visitors ages 5-12.
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Located on Aruba's famous Palm Beach, the Divi Aruba has 203 rooms, four restaurants and three pools, plus shared use of the facilities at the neighboring Divi Tamarijn resort. Property highlights include the Divi Winds Sports Center, which has a 30-foot rock-climbing wall and a fitness center. Located next door (and not part of the all-inclusive package) are the Alhambra Casino and the Links at Divi Aruba, a nine-hole golf course.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Occidental Grand Aruba
This Palm Beach resort resembles the typical high-rise, full-service hotel but provides an all-inclusive package that includes dining at six restaurants, tennis and water sports, scuba clinics, and a kid's club. The hotel has an on-site casino, too, and those who want VIP treatment can book a room in the Royal Club, which includes suite accommodations and access to the private Royal Club Lounge.
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Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa
Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa is located on Eagle Beach in Oranjestad. Premium All-inclusive meal plan features access to three restaurants: The French Steakhouse, Ike's Bistro (Mediterranean & Caribbean cuisine), and a casual option, Pega-Pega Cafe & Beach Bar. Visitors can also participate in daily yoga and pilates classes offered on the beach and at the wellness center, and amenities include access to the resort's freshwater pool, beach, and fitness center.
Each room comes with luxury bedding, WiFi, and either an ocean or garden view.