Everything at the Divi Aruba All Inclusive hotel has a tropical feel – from the sea-view pools to the cabana-filled beach.
Widescreen sea views are the big selling point at the Divi Aruba All Inclusive. Its pools, restaurants and even some rooms watch over the beach.
You’ll have a complimentary pass to the sister hotel, the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive, so a total of four pools, ten restaurants and eight bars are yours for the taking.
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Complimentary bottle of sparkling wine, a gift and candlelit dinner when travelling within 6 months of your wedding. In order to qualify, please add the comment 'HONEYMOON PACKAGE' to your booking.
Food & Drink
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All meals from a choice of 10 dining options - 5 at Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive and 5 at Divi Aruba All Inclusive. Surcharge applies at Windows on Aruba. Local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from 8 bars - 4 at Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive and 4 at Divi Aruba All Inclusive. Snacks at set times.
Facilities ► View all
4 outdoor pools
A stylish terrace frames 2 of the pools here, dotted with sunbeds and chill-out lounge areas where sea views are at the ready.
Red parrot restaurant
Experience the top quality service and superb cuisine for à la carte dinners. You can select your setting and choose from an air-conditioned indoor area, or the seafront terrace.
The Spa offers treatments including facials, massage, reflexology, manicure and pedicure.
Rooms ► View all
Double Room with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
These double rooms in cream contemporary tones come with a caribbean sea view and either a balcony or terrace for some ouotside space.
Double Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
These double rooms in cream contemporary tones come with a limited Caribbean sea view and either a balcony or terrace for some outside space. Your room will come with a US queen-size bed and air-conditioning.
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Great beach, So-so experience
The Divi All inclusive has a great beach, and the grounds are well kept. We had a lovely time, despite the service, staff and food. If you are willing to overlook inflexibility and rude staff you will be okay staying here. When I'm on vacation I don't want to be held to a schedule, yet although this was an all inclusive resort, the restaurants are all reservation only - and don't even think about changing them. Honestly I think the restaurants are really just a ploy to keep the numbers down on the buffet because the food is the exact same as what you get in the buffet with maybe one or two restaurant only options, and the serving sizes are much smaller. The buffet is great; my advice is to just eat there and not have to worry about making a specific schedule. The staff at the Divi All inclusive were all very rude, and annoyed any time you ask a question, with one exception. David, one of the buffet servers was very friendly and helpful - even helped perform the Heimlich on my MIL when she was choking, while the others stood by watching, and annoyed. This brings me to my next point... this resort is NOT handicap accessible. Most paths had stairs, and the gift shop person rudely told us that wheelchairs couldn't be brought into the store. The bartenders would let you stand there for 20 minutes before acknowledging your existence, even if there wasn't anyone else there. Also, make sure to bring a water bottle because there are no bottles of water anywhere to be found and unless you want alcohol or sodas, options are limited. Snacks are also limited between meals, while they had paninis and pizza they didn't have any true snack foods available all the time (like fruit, nuts, crackers, etc) - only popcorn which was not always available and in fact when we asked about it they just said "NO"! Rooms are fine- just keep your air on to reduce condensation. We didn't spend much time in the room but it was average, considering the rate. Would I go back, yeah probably. A cab driver told us that the rude service was mostly immigrants, that all local native folks from Aruba love tourists. Compared to the Tam up the beach, this was much better kept and the beach was way better. Good for kids also. More
A truly immersive resort experience
My family and I visited the Aruba Divi All Inclusive Resort in July '17 and we had a great experience. The resort itself is well situated about 30mins drive from the airport and just outside of the capital city Oranjestad. The beach was for me the best part of the resort and I spend a good deal of time swimming, snorkling or lieing on the beach enjoying cocktails. The rooms are well appointed and have beautiful views both of the garden and the beach and at night you can hear the waves on the beach which is very soothing. The food is very good at the main restaurant but there are other restaurants to choose from which require advance booking, for a young family planning most things are difficult so we didnt try any of these. The resort has three pools with bars nearby so you never have to get thirsty and the staff were all very friendly and accomodating. There is lots to do and see outside of the resort so if you do get bored head over to baby beach (about 60mins drive south) for great snorking and swimming beaches.More
The DIVI All-Inclusive was the best vacation we've ever taken
The service, the room, the location - it was simply amazing. It was very hard to leave this place and we look forward to going again next year! The drinks and food were superb. The room was beautiful and well-maintained. There are some activities to engage in, but, more than anything, this is a supreme beach for relaxation. PureLime Restaurant is a hidden gem within Aruba in my opinion. A close second - the Palm Grill where you get to cook your meal on the hot center of your table where you're seated! It was a lot of fun, particularly for my daughter who loves to cook. I will think about the Divi the rest of this year until I make it back!More
Brian S, 29874
Honeymoon July 2017
Where to start! We have just returned from our honeymoon at The Divi and I cannot put into words how incredible our time there was. All the staff went above and beyond to make our trip so special. We were told if we took our wedding certificate with us we would be entitled to the honeymoon package on arrival, so we did and I was blown away. We were upgraded to an ocean view room, which was stunning. We were given a bottle of champagne, engraved Divi champagne glasses and 2 T-Shirts. However, the best thing we were given was we were invited to a candle-lit meal on the beach to watch the sunset. We were asked which day was best for us and were told to be in the lobby at 5.30. We were driven to Pure Ocean restaurant which was about 10 minutes from the hotel and told the time we would be picked up, just after sunset. We had a beautiful 3 course meal and although a glass of champagne was included with the meal, we were told the hotel had provided a whole bottle! This was honestly the most beautiful meal and experience of the holiday and we cannot thank the hotel enough for this amazing gift! The hotel itself is beautiful, all the restaurants we ate in were really good quality, we especially enjoyed The Red Parrot. Our only food complaint was that when we ate at Palm Grill, we were put on a table, and soon joined by another couple, which was a bit odd. Not quite the romantic meal we were hoping for! The beach is the most amazing we have ever seen and we walked along it every morning after breakfast which is so relaxing. We had read many reviews about there being issues with sun loungers etc but we never experienced this and always managed to get one no matter what time we went to the pool or beach. I am quite olive skinned and don't often burn and even i found it to be very hot and did get rather pink in places so make sure you take decent sun protection! We walked into the town twice, its about a 20 minute walk, but its straight and very easy. We will definitely be returning and have already been pricing up for a return trip!More
Mary L, 1576811
Low key is key!
I just returned from an amazing trip (stayed for 6 days) at the Divi all inclusive. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the friendly front desk staff and our room ended up being ready around 2 pm which was great since we arrived around 12:30 pm. I will list everything in bulletpoints : Room: We booked a garden view room but they ended up giving us partial ocean view in the vista 2 tower near the pool which was awesome! We had a balcony which overlooked the garden area/beach and you could hear the waves crashing at night which was so relaxing. The room was big with 2 beds , very clean, and modern looking. The only minor critiques I have is the pressure of the water (all over the place) and how the balconies were so close to the next room). I was told the rooms weren't adjoining but they all technically are (there was no way to open the other door though so I felt okay with it). Be mindful that the music is loud at night however we were so tired and the sound of the ocean/AC tuned that out. All in all the room was suffice and good enough for us. Beach: Awesome!! The water was beautiful and sand so soft and powdery . I am glad we booked the Divi because we walked by the Tam and they had less beach and more rocky area. Never had to fight for chairs, umbrellas more scarce but you are still able to find them throughout the day if you wish. Service/Food Quality: Bars- There are 4 bars, 1 by the main pool, 1 by one of the other pools, and 2 by the beach. Shout out to bartenders Eduardo and Allen! They are very friendly and funny and made great drinks. Very attentive as well. I would suggest bringing a water bottle with you to re-fill throughout the day at the various water stations (by the bar, in the buffet, fountain in the lobby , etc.). They offer cups but no straws to avoid them blowing away . It's just easier to have your own bottle. Keep in mind there is no water in the room so bring your own up and keep in the fridge. Food: Great even for a foodie such as myself. Note to self, make reservations as soon as you arrive and every morning (otherwise it will be a late dinner). Vivian at the concierge was helpful the entire time and even booked outside restaurants/taxis for us when we requested. We ate at all the restaurants at the Divi. Pelican terrace is the breakfast place/ buffet for lunch and dinner. Lunch and dinner here are both repetitive but food is good regardless. Red parrot is delicious , both seafood and meat options available and big portions. Pure lime was good as well, we just kind of felt rushed there is all. The servers were attentive at all places and I have 0 complaints about the quality of food. They have food at 2 bars as well which is good for on-the-go fuel throughout the day. Entertainment: We are sooooo glad we stayed at the low-rise section of Aruba. We heard the high-rise was ridiculous with fighting for space and chairs . However, the nightlife lacked here.. it's more of a chill beach and have some drinks kind of location. This was fine with us, all you have to do is take a quick taxi to the high-rise at night if you want to go out . We always felt safe to walk around everywhere we went day and night. The Divi had live music and dancing, and the tam has movies on the beach from what we saw. They also have water sports further down the beach between the divi/tam , pricey for snorkeling though (would suggest going online for this) All in all, I was absolutely return here. Don't think and just book to relax in utter paradise..More
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