The Tamarijn All Inclusive has relaxation down to a fine art, mostly thanks to its long beach and sea-view pools. It also offers full use of its sister hotel.
The beach is the centre of attention at the Tamarijn All Inclusive – a pool and a cocktail bar overlook its long sands.
You’ll have use of a pool and five restaurants at this hotel, as well as three pools, five restaurants and a couple of extra bars at the neighbouring Divi Aruba All Inclusive.
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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 meals accompanied by your choice of wine
- Upgrade to Premium Club for additional benefits
- UK airport lounge access for Premium Club guests
If you're travelling within 6 months of your wedding, you can receive a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine, a gift, and candlelit dinner. In order to qualify, please add the comment 'HONEYMOON PACKAGE' to your booking.
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unlimited use of à la carte restaurants. Local and select international alcoholic and soft drinks until 01.00. Tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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The pool here is lined with a sea-view terrace, dotted with sunloungers and palms. There's a pool bar in easy reach, too.
Palm Grill à la carte restaurant
You can stir-fry your choice of seafood and take part in the interactive cooking on the hot plate in the middle of your table. Tables are shared if you're a small party. Don't forget to make your reservation 2 days in advance.
9-hole golf course*
Enjoy special rates on the green at Divi Links during your stay. Tournaments take place twice a week. Left handed clubs are also available.
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Oceanfront Deluxe Double Room with Balcony or Terrace
These rooms sleep 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years and come with one king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds.
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Awesome all-inclusive resort!
This is a great resort for a relaxing vacation. Food, amenities and staff are wonderful. Try the Divi Winds water sports. The staff, Giovanni Angel Gonzales (Joe) and Mark Anthony Irausquin really know their stuff. They will give you a great water sport experience!More
Relaxing vacation, beautiful location of hotel
Just arriving from Aruba Tamarjin! Great week, very relaxing, awesome weather! You don't want to miss Diego, the coolest Barman of the resort! Master of the drinks at the bunker bar (where you can enjoy a magnificient view of the ocean) He loves is job and his clients for sure, he Just won't serve you ordinary drinks... He creates new ones everytime you order something: thumbs up for that passionate and charismatic Diego :) Restaurant you want to try is the palm grill, the center of the table turns to a grill and you get to cook your meats/fish/shrimps, delicious! Rooms right on the ocean, white sand, cristalin water! Just loved our vacation and may return next year!More
We are at the end of a lovely, relaxing two weeks at this resort. It met our expectations, and this is why I have given it five stars: if you want to relax on a beautiful beach for a week or two, swim undisturbed in a lovely clear sea, eat and drink in a casual sea-front bar, watching a stunning sunset then this place will definitely keep you happy. There are some water type activities included- kayaking, floats, wind surfing. I believe there are some daytime activities around the main pool but we didn't bother with them, preferring to hang out at our 'Tamarijnd Suites' quieter pool and the beach 'Bunker' bar. Sunloungers always available around this pool and on the beach. It all suited us just fine, and our teenage kids weren't bored because they like to swim, read...and the WiFi was good! if you are active, there is a lovely run along the coast, and bicycle hire is free. I recommend the included bike and Snorkel tour on a Wednesday. It is about 30mins each way by bike and the guides take your stuff in a van and provide drinks and snacks. Free apart from a tip! If, however, you are the type who loves constant entertainment, partying into the night, and you love having the staff remember your name and pretending to miss you when you go home then you won't be awarding the Tamarijn five stars and you'll be a bit disappointed. There is some evening entertainment- and some of it is fun- but I suspect not enough for real partygoers! We stayed mostly around the Tamarijn but there is a lovely beach walk to the Divi if you want a change: I don't understand why people would moan about the walk but there are some carts if mobility is a problem. We are veggie, and food was good- although inevitably a little repetitive. We didn't go to the bookable restaurants. Our accommodation was in the all-inclusive suites behind the beachfront properties. They are much bigger than the other rooms and include a kitchenette. A kettle is always good for us Brits! We asked for- and got- a foldaway bed so the kids could sleep separately. I think it is complementary but we don't check out till tomorrow so can't be sure! Everything is clean and nice- I think it had been recently renovated. We were building 4, close to the Bunker Bar and a short walk from the 'main' stuff. Beach is less than a minute to walk but you can be right on it, facing the sea in the other rooms if you wish- with a much smaller room. We travelled with Thompson- one word about choosing seats: don't select extra legroom row 37 unless you're not bothered about a window! We didn't select seats so couldn't really moan! In terms of extra expenses- the jeep tours across Arikok are really fun and I would recommend. (although perhaps not if you have a serious back issue or are pregnant!) De Palm Tours seem to corner the market in all of these. Overall- come here to relax; party elsewhere! More
Annual Caribean Vacation
Each year I plan a trip to a different location. I spend months researching and reading reviews from other guests. This year we decided upon Aruba and to stay at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive. When I booked , I did ask for a room with 2 full/queen beds. It is myself, my husband and our 13 year old daughter. Upon checking in, we were given our room keys, bracelets and resort map. Opened the door to our room and immediately turned back around and went back to the reception area to ask why we were given a room with 1 king bed. Was advised the resort was very busy and that they could move us in a couple of days. An additional conversation with the manager and we were assigned to another room with 2 full/queen beds. After speaking with another family, this also happened to them. Appears that if you are 3 people, they will book you in a room with 1 bed and hope that you will accomadate them by accepting a rollout bed. Other than this initial hiccup, we thoroughly enjoyed our week. We ate at the buffett our first night for dinner. We then at at the Red Parrot (International Cuisine) and Pure Lime (Mexican) at the sister resort, the Divi All Inclusive. Followed by The Palm Grill (table top hibachi)and Paparrazi (Italian). I was disappointed in the Paparrazi. But otherwise the others were very well prepared and very good. The rooms are smaller than we have had at other resorts, but still nice. As with others, we were disappointed that the refrigerator was not stocked. Having an oceanfront room right off the sand is nothing to complain about. Had a palapa right outside our room as well. The beaches are beautiful. We did an excursion that required us to venture near the high rise hotels. After visiting, we were more than happy with our choose of resorts. We did not have to deal with crowds. We would definitely stay at the Tamarijn again. Could they tweek things a bit, sure. Was everyone nice and helpful, yes. We do want to give a special shout out to our bartender Gabriel. He was kind and we enjoyed having conversations with him daily. Missed him when he was off.More
Renee P, 48990
We read the reviews before going and most were correct. The front desk check in was good and the clerks were good the whole time. Isis was great. She answers questions and gave us information about the resorts and island. The room with two queens is a bit cramped and outdated. The fridge is never stocked like other all inclusive resorts. We bought water and stocked it ourselves but for the price we paid to stay we should have had the fridge stocked with beer and water daily. Another solution would be have a place that allows water drinks beer pick up daily for the fridge. Our house keepers Valerie & Claudette were great and gave us a lot of information about the island. The food was good. We ate at the Divi as well. The Red Parrot was best. Ask for Yaldo he was awesome. We went twice. The buffet was good. It seemed better than other buffets we had at other AI resorts in Mexico, Jamaica & the Bahamas. The resort had bikes and we used them one day. We never used the kayaks or rock wall etc. The beach was AWESOME. The rooms were right on the beach just steps away. This made the trip for us compared to other resorts we stayed at. Overall a few negatives but we loved the rooms being so close to the beach. We also loved not seeing vendors all over the beach as well as being able to jump in a cab and go downtown or ride the bikes and not worry about safety as much as you do on other islands. If you look at the map of the resort we stayed in building 17 which we thought was great. We like where building 15 was as well. If you don't mind walking to the bars and restaurants and like a bigger beach and more privacy stay in buildings 20-24. 19 is good too and right beside a bar. We look forward to returning. More
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