Ritz Carlton Aruba brings a premier standard of luxury and style to the island. The luxury hotel joins six other luxury resorts in the Caribbean managed by Ritz Cartlon, offering the same top-notch service and surroundings that you’d expect. Nestled on a prime slice of Palm Beach on the northwestern coast on the isle of Aruba, the Ritz features 320 guestrooms and suites. These comfortable retreats are matched by its guest amenities, seemingly as plentiful as the white sands of Palm Beach—a spa, gourmet dining, and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Caribbean sun await those who stay at the Ritz. The resort is ideally situated near many of the island’s top things to do, both on and off the beach. If you want to spend the day windsurfing, scuba diving, or kayaking, it’s easy to get started. You’re also close to some of the island’s best restaurants and golf courses.
Ritz Carlton Rooms
With more than 300 rooms and suites, the Ritz Carlton is big enough to have rooms available, but not so large that guests get lost in the shuffle. The guestrooms feature either two queen-sized beds or a king bed, to go along with an oversized private bathroom with European spa amenities, rather spacious for Aruba hotels. Upgrades to suites add more space, including a sitting area, better bath amenities, and an extra half bath. The highest tier of comfort and style is available on the Club Level, staffed by a concierge who caters elusively to Club Level guests. No matter where you’re staying at the Ritz Carlton Aruba, you’ll have easy access to the pools and Palm Beach beyond where you can enjoy the warm weather, no matter what the calendar says.
Ritz Carlton Spa
Whether you’ve been lounging on the beach or enjoying a day full of watersports, there’s something delightful about a spa treatment. The Ritz Carlton Aruba features 15,000 square feet set aside for its spa, divided into 15 rooms. The treatments use lotions and other relaxation techniques inspired by the ocean. From the spa, it’s only a few steps to the salon, where guests also can sign up for a new hair style or a manicure—after taking a fitness class or spending some time at one of the island’s newest casinos. If you’re looking for a different workout, don’t forget that a stroll on the beach, snorkeling, or a few laps in the pool still count as exercise.
Ritz Carlton Restaurants
Ritz Carlton Restaurants
No resort would be complete without a good dining scene, and the Ritz Carlton Aruba is no exception. Guests staying on the Club Level have exclusive access to the light meals served throughout the day, and all guests are welcome at the resort’s restaurants. Its four restaurants offer a range of experiences, all with gourmet, chef-inspired food. The open-air restaurant offers great views of the Caribbean Sea to go along with the food and cocktails. The resort is also home to a fine-dining venue and a casual restaurant. There’s also a lounge where you can enjoy a cocktail before an evening out. If you’d prefer to dine in private or at odd hours, room service is always available.