A visit to the Caribbean is a dream vacation, but that doesn't mean that like any vacation there aren't complicated little details to work out. How much cash to take is frequently one of those little details, but there are ways to work around this. One such way is to consider all inclusive trips. Specifically, all inclusive hotels in Aruba are a great vacation option if you don't like to sweat the small stuff while you're basking in the Caribbean sun.
All Inclusive Aruba Resorts
While the term all inclusive trips can mean different things to different people, all inclusive hotels in Aruba offer a variety of experiences. Aruba all inclusive hotels include both hotels that are automatically all inclusive, and normal hotels that will add on inclusive services for an extra price. Often, add on fees do not get you every service the hotel has to offer so make sure the amenities you seek are on the list. Decide what is important to you ahead of time and then research to find your perfect hotel match. Factors to consider include:
- What kinds of activities are available and which ones are included in the vacation package?
- What food is included? Is it from specific restaurants or can you choose where to dine?
- Do you need reservations for the restaurants?
- Are equipment rentals included?
There are several Aruba all inclusive hotels to choose from, like many hotels overall they are mostly located in the Oranjestad and Palm Beach areas. The Divi Aruba All Inclusive, Tamarjin All Inclusive, and Tamarjin All Inclusive Suites at Dutch Village are all owned by the same company. At these hotels you can mix your all inclusive experience with a vacation package, including honeymoon, family, or golf packages. Amenities included are unlimited drinks at specific bars, meals and snacks, pool access, bikes, tennis courts, and sports center access. Optional add-ons include use of the golf course, day spa, casino, and an internet room.
The list of all inclusive Aruba resorts also includes the Riu Palace, located on Palm Beach. This resort offers meals from varied restaurants, snacks, and unlimited beverages, drinks at the pool and an always-full liquor dispenser, room service, a fitness center, sauna, hot tub, entertainment including live music, and casino entrance (but no free drinks in the casino).
Occidental Grand Aruba
Also consider the Occidental Grand when you are perusing the all inclusive hotels in Aruba. Located on Palm Beach, the amenities included feature 7 restaurants to choose from, 5 bars, a fitness center, non-motorized water sports, a wide variety of sports, sports courts, and sports lessons, snorkeling, billiards, a spa, a casino, and daily entertainment. The resort is family friendly and has babysitting services.
All inclusive trips provide an excellent way to get
away without worrying about much at all. It's not
even really necessary to leave Aruba all inclusive hotels
if you don't want to, except perhaps to go to the beach.