Aruba

Hotels in Aruba

Breezy Aruba is home to one of the newest Ritz-Carlton resorts, located on the far, quiet end of burgeoning Palm Beach. Two pools, a 13-treatment-room spa (don’t miss the weightless Zoya hammock massage), and a flashy casino are some of the property’s highlights.

This beachy inn couldn’t be more different from the high-rise hotels down the road.

On the shores of Palm Beach, the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort has nine floors with 357 rooms, including special hypo-allergenic rooms for allergy sufferers.

If all you need is a palapa and a long stretch of cobalt blue water, look no further.

Fresh from a 2008 $40 million renovation, this resort has a 24-hour casino, along with 411 guest rooms and five restaurants.

The water's the thing in Aruba—aqua-tinted and so ridiculously clear you can inspect your pedicure when you're in it up to your chin.

This spiffed-up former Best Western on the western coast of the island has 71 simple rooms, most of which open right onto one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful stretches of sand. If you’re in search of palapas, azure water, and a cocktail, what more could you need?

Three-tower Dutch Colonial resort and casino with Aruba's most comprehensive spa, extending onto a 1,500-foot stretch of powdery white sand.

The water's the thing in Aruba—aqua-tinted and so ridiculously clear you can inspect your pedicure when you're in it up to your chin.

Time-share property on a stretch of white sand with apartment-like accommodations for weeklong stays.