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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- Minimum 4/5 Trip Advisor score
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- 20kg luggage allowance on Thomson Airways
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With Thomson Airways
- Direct flights from 7 UK airports
- Fly on the spacious new Dreamliner
- Experience quieter, jetlag-busting flights
- Enjoy complimentary drinks
- Upgrade to Premium Club for additional benefits
- UK airport lounge access for Premium Club guests
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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Tropical Island Getaway
Beautiful resort. Great restaurant choices between the Divi and Tamarin. We made reservations for the first few nights and went to the buffet at the end of the week. The meals at the Asian Fusion, Italian and the Red Parrot restaurants were excellent. Lunch at the Sandpiper Bar with a couple of Balashi local beers was what vacations are all about. Nightly entertainment was very good. Mix of music genres from Jazz and Rock to Calypso and Dance. Our room was very nice and clean. Front desk was very responsive to a couple of calls that I made. Both calls were responded to within an hour. Beaches were beautiful athough if you dont get out early to "reserve" your chairs you will be out of luck. One minor thing was that Aruba decided to do oil exploration off of their coast and the 4 to 5 rigs upset the view on the horizon. Orherwise its a beautiful resort and I look forward to going back. More
Tom O, 29523
Excellent relaxing vacation.
Only minus for a person who eats in too many high end restaurant I got bored with hotel food. However, amazing place. Amazing city. Shopping was fabulous shivasjewelers pretty good watches. Downtown was an amazing shopping for my gf. Nothing to complaint only weak Canadian dollar and the fact that Air Canada Vacations are the worst company to fly with other wise hotel was 5/5More
Not So Great
When we arrived at the hotel we were happy with our reception. Our room was very nice overlooking the water. Every day we had to request wash clothes because we only would receive one. The drinking glasses were not replaced unless requested. A lot of the staff seemed to have negative attitudes to the point of almost yelling at us. Our family works in the service industry so we make sure to be polite to staff as we know it is not easy working with the public. My sister and I sat at the brick bar to order lunch. Before doing anything we wiped the bar where we were sitting as it was filthy. The bartender just watched and never tried to clean it. When we ordered food he took one order and then just stared at me with a look instead of asking what my order was. Some of the dining staff also seemed to be bothered if you requested a beverage. While walking around the hotel we were on the walkway and there was a group of workers talking and laughing around a cleaning cart. When we tried to pass they did not move so we had to go around them. Very poor customer service especially in light of the cost of the trip.More
Love this place!!!
I have been coming back to the Divi for many years. This is not a 5 star resort, so if you are looking for a 5 star don't book it. If you are looking for laid back, relaxing, absolutely gorgeous beach. Then this is it. Rooms are perfect for what they are, comfortable and clean. We book Ocean view and love that we open our slider and have a patio right on the beach. I come to unwind from our busy life, and this is what's so nice about the Divi. You can do as much or as little as you want. Restaurants. The food is great with many selections. Again not 5 star but I never go hungry. There is so may choices. We book all the restaurants and enjoy walking down to the Tamarijn. I love how some people complain that its a far walk. Come on people it's a beautiful 5 minute walk and you can always grab a ride from the shuttle. I have never had a bad experience at any of the restaurants. I think if you are happy and pleasant most people respond in the same manner. My experiences have been wonderful, I smile and people smile back. Service has been great. Bars They are located in every corner so if you like to drink you will DRINK. Bartenders are busy but try to help as fast as possible. Pizza bar is a great place to grab a pizza or sandwich and have the drink of the day. Every year we return my wife and I say we are going to book an excursion or rent a jeep. We never do, we just chill and hang as beach bums. This is our home away from home and I can't wait to be back in May.More
chris b, 28942
Amazing! Even better than I imagined!
First, I must say, I read reviews on Tripadvisor all the time- for many different places I go. Most of the Divi Aruba reviews were decent, but a few made me a little apprehensive. I travelled alone (single 41 year old woman) and I had not been on a solo vacation in years. I didn't know what to expect, but followed through with my first instinct to book this resort, despite some of the negative reviews. I am BEYOND glad I did! It was amazing!!!!! It was such a great place, I intend to return next year with my daughter! So, here's my honest take on everything: Beach- by far the most beautiful I have seen yet, and I have been to Negril and Punta Cana. My morning walks were some of my favorite memories. I loved I could walk around the point right onto Eagle Beach and keep going! Sunrises and sunsets were spectacular! Resort- Beautiful. I thought the workers were great! Housekeeping ranks right up there for service with Disney! My room was clean and nice and they couldn't give me enough towels, even when I tipped the maid to NOT clean the room LOL!! I didn't need it, but she was so sweet and insisted anyway. Now, were there minor things, such as dirt in a crack by the bathroom door? Yes, but it's close to the beach and there is sand, so that is to be expected. As long as I have clean sheets, towels, and the room is clean, I don't go around on my vacation examining every single little thing for perfection. I truly feel some of the reviews I read were very "nitpicky." Entertainment at night was great! Something different each night! Staff- The staff, for the most part, was fantastic!! There were a few waiters and waitresses that didn't say much, but upon further examination on my part, I think there was a bit of a language barrier too. The one universal way to communicate is with a smile, and friendly face. I never once didn't receive one back and that speaks volumes! The ONLY time I had a bad experience with a staff member was at the Tam. I went down there for afternoon cocktails and the one bartender was just a complete jerk. He was an older man, bald/shaved head, on the pudgy side. I walked up and there was a guy waiting too. The bartender proceeded to ignore us both and I got the distinct impression he hoped we would get sick of waiting and just go away. After finally getting the guy a tap beer, he walked away from me and did some more stupid stuff. I finally got his attention and he glared at me and I ordered my drink. He literally GRUNTED at me and rolled his eyes because I ordered a frozen drink! I took my drink and left and for the record, I had a tip ready for him, but declined to leave it after that. I used to bartend so I truly "get it" when you are having a bad day or sick of people drinking but THAT was a display in a category all it's own... Anyway, that was the only time I saw a staff member not be kind. (Gilbert and Eduardo at the Divi, love you both!) Food- Breakfast was so good!! The French Toast was to die for! They put it in cinnamon and sugar before frying it so it has this amazing sugar crust to it! Beef Wellington at the Divi was great!!! Pure Lime, I recommend the fish tacos, but maybe not the key lime pie... it was just different than what I am used to. But, I go on vacation to try different things, and there was always something different on the buffets. Lunch was great too! Sandwiches were good and I loved grilled fish for lunch! I had read the reviews about how birds sometimes get into the buffet area, but staff does their best to get them out and there is fine chickenwire around it to try and keep them out. For the few times I saw the birds infiltrate, it was a small price to pay for a beautiful patio view and eat outdoors. I am used to grilling out in the summer and picnics so I am sure there is far worse in my backyard....I can't complain about that small thing. I can't say enough about how wonderful my stay was. I had read reviews from people who go there every year and have for 30 years. I actually met some of those people and I intend to do the same :). If anyone has any questions, just feel free to ask. And for the record, being a single woman traveling alone, I never once felt uncomfortable or unsafe. I ventured out alone in the morning on runs and also one night to do some shopping. Obviously good common sense helps, but using Jamaica for example- I never would have felt as safe or comfortable there as I did here. This goes for the resort AND the island of Aruba!More
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