Aruba is an island in the Southern Caribbean Sea, just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It's famous for white-sand beaches and 80-degree days. The island is home to the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino, one of Aruba's most popular high-rise hotels. A favorite spot for a wedding, honeymoon, or romantic getaway, the resort fronts wide Palm Beach.
Lobby of the Hyatt Aruba
Hyatt Aruba Resort has a beautiful open-air lobby that stretches from one end of the property to the casino on the other end. On breezy days, the spacious lobby is cooled by trade winds.
Rooms at Hyatt Aruba
There are 357 guestrooms with views of the ocean, the pool, or the gardens. Standard rooms come with two queen beds; View rooms have one king or two queen beds with ocean, pool, and island views; Deluxe rooms have one king or two queen beds, 600 square feet of space, and fully furnished balconies. Spacious suites are available with up to 2,745 square feet of separate living spaces, and stunning views of the Caribbean Sea.
Ruinas del Mar Restaurant at Hyatt Aruba
One of several dining venues at the Hyatt Aruba, Ruinas del Mar serves contemporary cuisine in an open-air environment. Dinner menu items include fresh seafood and steaks. Breakfast is served daily except on Sundays when brunch is offered. Dining is outdoors by the lagoon where torches are lit at night, casting a romantic glow.
Table for Two at Hyatt Aruba
Dine privately at Hyatt Aruba in this niche at Ruinas del Mar, in a guest room with room service, or on the beach under a palapa. The Pampered in Paradise experience allows up to four people to enjoy a three-course meal at a private table on the beach by the sea, while tiki torches create a glow on the sand. Advance reservations are strongly recommended.
Swans in Hyatt Aruba Lagoon
Elegant black swans savor the warm Caribbean weather at the 5,000-square-foot freshwater lagoon at Hyatt Aruba. Other animals on the resort's property include caged parrots and primeval-looking iguanas. The resort is also dog-friendly.
Landscaped Walkways at Hyatt Aruba
Take a romantic stroll at night past landscaped walkways under swaying palm trees to the beach or laze by the side of the dramatically lit pools. The resort has an 8,000 square-foot-pool complex complete with water slide. If you prefer the excitement of casino action, the casino at Hyatt Aruba is open daily from noon till 4 a.m. Try your luck at 13 gaming tables and 221 slot machines. Don't miss the casino's bar that serves exotic drinks and hand-rolled cigars.
Wedding Palapa at Hyatt Aruba
Many couples get married at the Hyatt Aruba every year in this seaside palapa, which is just one of the resort's scenic and romantic settings where couples can recite their vows. Elegant ballrooms are also available for this special event. The hotel's wedding specialist helps couples plan every detail from the ceremony and reception spaces to the entertainment.
Beach at Hyatt Aruba
The Hyatt Aruba Resort fronts wide, clean Palm Beach with its powdery soft sands. The water is warm and clear and remains shallow for many yards. Beach huts and umbrellas are available.
Passion at the Hyatt Aruba
Does chocolate feed your passion? Honeymooners may find a delicious dessert such as this one, surrounded by fresh rose petals, awaiting them in their room one night.
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