Citing the Queen of Holland and Monaco’s royal family among past guests, this is one of Aruba’s most exclusive hotel complexes. It comes with an All Inclusive option, too.
This 40-acre resort provides a choice of two hotels. There’s the adults-only Renaissance Marina Hotel, and the family-friendly Renaissance Ocean Suites, which sit on opposite sides of the marina, about a five-minute walk apart.
With a private island, chandelier-lit casino and designer shops, this place has all the trimmings for a luxury getaway. All the rooms have state-of-the-art features, like rain showers and LCD TVs.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner in a choice of 7 restaurants Unlimited locally produced drinks. Frozen drinks in the Renaissance operated outlets. Snacks at set times.
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2 outdoor pools in the Renaissance Ocean Suites
You've got two pools to take your pick from. One is a curvy number just steps from the sand, while the other soaks up views of the marina.
With a sauna and treatments such as massages, facials and body scrubs. Or you could book an open-air couples massage at the spa cove on Renaissance Island.
L.G. Smith's Steak and Chop House
With a menu of fresh certified Angus beef, as well as an extensive wine list. You also have a prime spot here with views over the marina.
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These airy double rooms are designed with a calming décor. You’ll find a king-size bed plus a high floor and quiet room. There’s Wi-Fi access and tea or coffee-making facilities. And air-conditioning comes as standard. Just so you know, this room is non-smoking and available for guests over the age of 18.
Suite with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
These suites are decorated with a bright and stylish theme. There’s a double bedroom and 1 sofa bed in the lounge. And there’s a balcony or terrace overlooking the sea. Air-conditioning is also available from May to October.
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Nice location w/great pool and private beach
The marina, hotel staff was very good. Well kept hotel rooms with transportation to and from private flamingo beach. Nice boat ride over with great service. Food is average on private beach, but service was pretty good. Swim up bar at hotel okay, drinks are a little weak, but overall we enjoyed our stay. More
The Ocean Suites side needs help
i stayed at the Ocean Suites side at the renaissance aruba...unfortunately there has not been any reviews for a couple of years I see why. its deserted this side only has about one restaurant connected to it, the rooms are dated, but they advise its newly renovated, this resort is good for the elderly and people with little kids, the rooms are small , but its a suite, if you looking for a kitchen then this is the place to go, there are restaurants outside the resort, but otherwise its very quiet and lonely, there is a shuttle which takes you to the other side of the resort, which is a breath of fresh air when you walk into the lobby, but the ocean suites there is no fresh air, the air conditioner makes tons of noises, the pools are dated also at ocean suites, the food is the same everyday...the only thing is best about this ocean suites is the employees they are very welcoming that's its, ocean suites should have at least three restaurant with different food options...again if you are looking to be lonely come here, if you want a breath of fresh air stay on the hotel side...the hotel side bar is amazing, the suite side bar is dry ...they need some help with updating.More
Took a break from sightseeing and shopping at the Renaissance bar. It was very good. Drinks were tasty and the bar tender/waiter was friendly and informative about Aruba. Very relaxing and refreshing on a very hot day. More
Top notch hotel
Everyone here treated us like royalty. Food at the ala cartel restaurant was so-so. L. G. Steak and Chop House was awesome. Most things here are a bit pricy but in balance with the value received. Private island is cool and you get to feed the flamingos. Pool on adult's only side was small but adequate. If you prefer a pool bar, take the short walk over to the family friendly pool area. Casino has table games and slots. Didn't have good luck this trip on the blackjack table. Highly recommend this place. We will be back!More
Perfection in Aruba
We have been coming for years. Ocean suites offer spacious units. The pool, lagoon are lovely and right outside your door. Or take the free ten minute speed boat ride to private island. We dont recommend all inclusive unless you are huge eaters. Restaurants are terrific and inexpensive options are available. Aquarius, across the street, has fabulous buffet options for all meals. Betty, the waitress will be your new best friend. She is wonderful. If you want a resort for your family, this is it. We cant wait for our grandson to be old enough to join us.More
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