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Aruba Hotels

Divi Aruba Beach Resort All Inclusive

  • L.G. Smith Blvd. 93 Map It
  • Manchebo Beach
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  • On wonderful stretch of beach
  • Common areas feel light and airy
  • Great staff


  • Buffet could use more variety
  • You must wear bracelets
  • Charge for Wi-Fi

Updated 03/31/2015

Fodor's Review

The free food and drinks here and the ability to use the facilities of the adjoining sister Tamarijn Resort mean you have very little reason to wander far from the idyllic beach location. All rooms are nicely appointed and comfortable, but the new two-bedroom oceanfront suites are out of this world. Four in all, they all boast two Jacuzzi bathtubs, a large living area, two full bathrooms, oversized decks steps from the sea, and glorious sunset views. The newly refurbished pool lounge area is very South Beach, and the Red Parrot dining room is surprising haute cuisine for an all-inclusive. Nonmotorized water sports are all included, and they have the only stand-alone rock climbing wall on the island. Lots of activities for kids and adults daily, and free shuttles between all the Divi resorts make it easy to get around. They are also steps from the the new Alhambra Mall full of great dining, shops, and a large modern refurbished casino. The on-site spa has also been expanded for more services.

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L.G. Smith Blvd. 93, Manchebo Beach, Aruba

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297-582–3300; 800-554–2008

Hotel Details:

  • 205 rooms, 4 suites
  • Rate includes All-inclusive
  • 5-night minimum

Updated 03/31/2015

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Divi Aruba Beach Resort All Inclusive Review

Probably stay away from this one! We stayed at the Divi Aruba Phoenix and it was AWFUL!! Same company owns/runs three properties in Aruba. I can tell you that daily conversations with the manager still did not begin to fix all of the issues we had with our rooms. Yes, more than one. This hotel is also accross the street from a beach not on the beach.

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