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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- Direct flights from 7 UK airports
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- Experience quieter, jetlag-busting flights
- Enjoy complimentary meals and bar service
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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 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.
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.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
After reading some negative comments about this hotel, I was worried to be disappointed. Luckily I was wrong. Hotel employees were really nice, always happy to assist, and definitely not rude. Plenty of food in buffet to choose from. Cooks and staff are great. Did not go to restaurants much except for red parrot, was ok. Hotel rooms are ok, we did not pay for luxury. service is good, they keep everything nice and clean. It was a bit windy all week, but I can't complain about the beach. Overall good experience. It was definitely worth what we paid. More
Stayed a week beach was good surf very rough Divi red parrot was good buffet service was excellent food a breakfast was good tamarin beach dinner buffet was very good. Room was average disappointed with all inclusive room we had nothing empty refrigerator no liquor. No service at the beach like other all inclusive resorts. We won't return.More
Good experience, but things could be done to improve
Week at Easter booked with Thomson from Gatwick, flight OK, but Aruba baggage handling leaves a lot to be desired. One trolley of bags left on the apron, and not delivered to terminal. some passengers reported lost luggage only for it to be discovered later that day and delivered to hotels. Hotel reception very efficient, booked in and into room in minutes. Room 221 in Vista 1 block. It was as booked sea view, and infact was directly overlooking the beach, so had perfect view of sunrise and some beautiful sunsets. Room clean though a bit dated but more than satisfied our needs, two adults and one 13 yr old. The weeks experience was good, good food and plenty of selection at all times of the day. The main pool which we mainly used was quiet in the mornings and could be busy in afternoon. Lots of children but never a problem if you've got one of your own and you keep an eye on them. There is a resident population of lizards and iguanas, which patrol the area and are no problem if left alone. two main issues 1) the bar staff, never saw any smile or show any enthusiasm for their job, in fact it was at time very hard work to order drinks or even get what you ordered. There was no drinks menu which you usually find at the bar. I ordered a drink at one of the bars to be told they didn't make that drink, he had worked there for 12 years and had never ben asked for it. It was available at the Tamerind their sister hotel 10 minutes walk away. I got the impression that the spirits were either very inferior or watered down. 2) 5.30 am I used to watch the guest creep out to reserve the sun beds on the beach, them creep back to bed, crazy and the hotel did nothing to curtail it Overall a good holiday marred by the quality of the bar staff and the very early morning risers. All other staff encountered were pleasant and helpful, and would often have a chat and a bit of banter.More
Pros: room was clean, new pool was clean and nice, but sometimes too many kids, drinks were great, but not always made the same, beach was white sand and breathtaking torquise water. Loved the sandpiper bar. They had entertainment at night, but Sunday's music will put you to sleep! We had a bartender there that waited on us all night at one of the tables. She was sweet and often came with drinks without us even asking. Cons: availability of restaurants! You have to wait in a line very early in the morning in order to make a reservation with the concierge. Sometimes by the time you get to the desk the earliest reservation we could get was for 9:30 at night. You can make reservations no more than a day or two in advance. When we did get in at a decent hour we noticed several empty tables. It seems that people just don't show up at their reserved time then no one else can get in. Bad practice for an "all inclusive" we were stuck eating at the buffet a few nights. Very disappointing! They need to figure out a better policy or build on some new restaurants! The food at the Red Parrot was not very good. The Paparazzi was excellent and Palm Grill was fun as the food cooks right in front of you in the middle of the table. It also overlooks the ocean. Also, some of the bartenders took their sweet time waiting on us. They would see us there but would just keep on cleaning glasses or other tasks that didn't involve waiting on people. Some were not very friendly. We kept saying that for the "happy island" some didn't appear that happy! We couldn't get a tiki hut for several days as people would grab the chairs at night and leave towels on them to reserve them in the morning. After one of our friends complained they finally started chaining the chairs together to prevent it. We got chairs the following morning. For what we paid, I don't think I would come back to this hotel mainly because of the lack of food options. I would also elect to find an adults only hotel.More
Divi All inclusive Aruba
We were pleasantly surprised by the Diva All inclusive Aruba. We flew out with Thomson's on a weeks Holiday from the UK. The staff are very friendly and accommodating (All except for Vivian and Brenda on the help desk who are rude, obnoxious and condescending ) It wasn't just us that thought this--They were becoming beach, bar and pool chat due to their unhelpful and rude manner. The restaurants are amazing and the food plentiful. The Red Parrot and the Buffet were our favourites. You can also use the restaurants in the sister hotel (The Diva Tamarind) The beach has pure white sands and crystal blue sea's. WARNING ABOUT THE SEA.--Whilst we were there 3 people drowned in the sea in a 3 week period. One of the staff told us that 9 people had drowned in a 3 month period. There are no warning sign's and no lifeguards. There are 4 pool's and we didn't use them as they were full of Children and their parents. We were there at American spring break--The American's were very loud and behaved like they owned the place. Towel gate :--- To reserve a sunbed we had to get up at 5am every morning and use towel pegs to reserve our beds --Most were already gone at that time and people would sit on beds from 4am to reserve them. The "Rule" of the hotel is that if a bed hasn't been used for 15 mins you can remove a persons towel and claim the bed. (So make it look like you have nipped off. Books, Flip Flops, Sarong's, magazines and towel clips are a must. (Buy them before you go as they are 10 dollars for 2 at the resort shop. Its very windy ALL the time in Aruba so the towel clips will be your best buy. Over all --We Loved Aruba and we loved the hotel. (The staff do expect tip's all the time.More
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