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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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.
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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.
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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 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 outside space. Your room will come with a TV and air-conditioning.
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September 2017, very good
We booked our family holiday for six adults via TUI / Thomson / First Choice. Using the online booking & payment systems was easy & user-friendly throughout. There is also an option to pre-book trips prior to arriving at the resort to avoid potential disappointment. I'm not usually one for making use of resort reps but we found TUI representative Bryony to be knowledgeable & helpful. The hotel is located on the beautiful Druif Beach. Aruba is safe and allows independent movement in a way which is not always the case with some Caribbean islands. The beach and sea are truly stunning in & around the hotel and considerably less crowded than Palm Beach, which is about 5 km north via a beach walk. I'd also recommend a walk to Eagle Beach. Equally stunning and about 2 km north of the hotel, there are a couple of beach bars from which you can grab a beer or a soft drink. Whilst the hotel is a fair size, it is well staffed and with clever distribution of bars & restaurants, it doesn't feel overcrowded. The staff are friendly and helpful, and I only have two very minor criticisms. Firstly, our room could have done with a bit of redecoration to cover up some of the scuff marks around the doors. And, secondly, whilst fully appreciating eco policy on 'plastics' during the day, I'd prefer to drink a beer from a glass come the evening. The buffet restaurant offers very good quality breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with ample choice and good service. Also, depending on dietary tastes and preferences, I'd recommend the following a la carte restaurants: * Paparazzi - Italian * Pure Lime - Mexican * Palm Grill - Japanese The hotel offers plenty of watersports, some part of the all-inclusive deal, some requiring additional payment. The gym is air conditioned and well stocked with equipment. Overall, we were impressed with the Divi Aruba All-inclusive as a mid-range hotel that offered good value for money. More
Worth it for the beach!!
Recently stayed for five nights in a two bedroom, oceanfront, second-floor unit. Check-in was easy. Anne explained everything to us quickly and our room was ready early. We got our bracelets, dropped our bags in the room and went off for a quick lunch at the bar. It was sub-par so we did not give it another try. The lunch buffet was much better. The two-bedroom unit was beautiful. The room was new, very clean, beds so comfy, no complaints. The view from the balcony was fabulous. That section of beach is so gorgeous and private. We saw two weddings and an engagement right in front of our room. The water is literally just a few steps from the balcony. The master bedroom was gigantic with a king bed and sofa. The master bath had two sinks, a jacuzzi tub and separate shower. The second bedroom had two double beds and a bath that was considerably smaller with one sink and a shower, but more than adequate. The living room area had plenty of seating and all together there were 3 TVs in the unit. The beach is spectacular. Water warm with small waves. Sand is soft and white. We were never bothered by anyone on the beach. It was super clean and well attended to, as were the pools. The staff was friendly and professional, for the most part. Special mention to Brenda at the concierge desk, the lady at the Hertz desk (sorry we didn't get her name) and Juliette, our waitress on two nights at different restaurants. We never had a problem at the bars getting served. We did tip, but not every time. As far as the reservation situation for the restaurants, we never bothered waiting in the early morning line. We took what was available later in the day. Whether it was early or late, it seemed to fit in with our schedule and if not, we went to the buffet. The buffets were very good. Surprisingly good. We went to the Mediterranean night and Barbecue night. The buffet breakfast and lunches were great. We tried the buffet at the Tam one morning, but honestly, it was just as good at the Divi. Hello to the lady who cooks the french toast and pancakes. It was the best french toast ever....wait for a fresh batch. Worth the wait! As far as the birds and bugs in the buffets, yes they are there but if you eat inside it is minimal. The closer you sit to the doorway, there were some flies but they were not crawling on the food and never saw any roaches as some reviews mentioned! By the outside tables the birds seemed to be very comfortable but it was honestly too hot for us to sit out there anyway. As far as the individual restaurants, we went to the Red Parrot, Palm Grill and Papparazzi. All were good. Cooking on the table at the Palm Grill was a little hot but a lot of fun and worth it. Housekeeping was very good. We did have water on the floor in the bathroom by the half wall of the shower in the master bathroom. The maid left an extra shower mat after seeing our towels on the floor. The smaller bathroom had a full shower door, so no problem there. As far as other problems with the room, on our last night, the A/C wasn't working. It was late and I wasn't even going to bother calling maintenance. Figured no one would be around. My husband called anyway and to my surprise, within a few minutes, a technician came to the room and fixed the problem. I think it was something to do with the construction next door that caused a fuse to blow earlier in the day. There was construction going on in the two bedroom unit right next to us. I have to say that it never bothered us one bit. I would recommend the second floor if you have the two-bedroom. The view is unsurpassed, especially of the sunsets. As far as nightlife, we went to the fire limbo show which was really entertaining and a few nights just went by the bar to listen to music and dance a little. Nothing too exciting. The casino next door was smoky but fun. Used the fitness center at the Tam a lot. It had everything we needed. PROS: -- The beach. The beach. Did I mention the beach? -- Two bedroom unit great for families CONS: The worst issue is with the palapas. I don't know the solution to the towel game, but I wish there was one. Our first morning I went out at 7:30 and managed to get four chairs in the shade. Every morning after that, it seemed people were going out earlier and earlier. Like 6:00 a.m. early. I will say that if you are willing to walk five minutes down the beach, there are plenty of palapas between the Divi and Tam. -- The beach chairs were about the most uncomfortable I have ever experienced. The cushioned ones by the pool were soooo much better, but not as much shade there. -- Grounds could use a little more maintenance in the garbage areas. Trays of dishes with spaghetti spilled all over the ground sat there way too long on more than one occasion. -- The orange "juice". What is that??!!! -- Balcony furniture could use updating Things to bring: -- Beach towel clips. You will need them due to the wind! -- Water bottle that you can refill. There are water stations at the bars and ice machines in the buildings. The tap water is fine to drink also. Sometimes we just used the tap water and put it in the fridge to cool. -- Twice as much sunscreen as you think you will need. We took a taxi to and from the airport. Rented a car for one day to tour the island. Got it at the hotel. $77 included tax and all insurance. I think renting for a week would be overkill. Our kids took the UTV tour with DePalm. Signed up at the hotel. They had a blast!!! Highly recommend the snorkel/sunset sail with the Black Pearl. Booked it a couple weeks before arrival. I have reviewed separately. The butterfly farm was also really interesting but hot. Go early! Leave yourself plenty of time on departure at the airport. You clear US customs here and two security checks. And the line was super long on a Saturday afternoon. This was only our second experience with an all-inclusive. If you're used to a super high-end place with butler service, you will be disappointed. But if you are looking for a middle-range place with a great beach and good food, I would suggest the Divi.More
We enjoyed our stay!
My family stayed at the Divi all inclusive for 5 day. The rooms were nice. We had a water leak in our bathroom that was repaired during our stay, The food was good on the all inclusive menus. The only disappointment was the water sports and rock climbing wall. These were open a limited time each day. We would stay here again, but I would be open to other resorts if we return. The beach front was nice.More
Aruba is just a beautiful place. This was our first time visiting the island and stayed at Divi all inclusive. This was a great resort and if we ever visit the island again, I would definitely stay here. It's a kid friendly resort and my kids loved it. Even though they have a kids club, I just didn't take advantage of it, wish I had. It was easy booking whatever activities we wanted to do on the island right there at the resort. The service was great and people were friendly, and food was good. I really can't complain about the resort. More
It was a wonderful place . The food was wonderful, the service was great and we intend to go back next year. Wonderful beach with lots of palapas. We were 5 couples and everyone was very accommodating.. More
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