Family holidays to Aruba
If you’re heading away with little ones, browse our family holidays to Aruba – they’ve been designed with kids in mind.
Hotels in Aruba tend to be big, bold and filled with things to do — which is great if you’re travelling with little ones. Here’s what to expect from a family break to Aruba…
Why you should visit Aruba
All Inclusive hotels
Spending your nights in an All Inclusive hotel is often the easiest way to keep the whole family fed and watered. Luxury places like the Divi Aruba All Inclusive lay out smart swimming pools, Tex-Mex cafés and cocktail bars alongside the white-sand beach. Others dish out activities like watersports and climbing walls, plus day-long kids’ clubs.
If you’d rather save the pennies by self-catering, then check out a hotel like the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino. It’s nice and close to the globetrotting bars and restaurants in the capital of Oranjestad, but it’s also got tropical touches like a private island.
A pick of beach resorts
Oranjestad and Palm Beach are top picks if you want a range of watersports, malls, casinos and historic sites at your fingertips. Eagle Beach and Druif Beach, on the other hand, roll with the castaway feel.
Our family holidays to Aruba match activity-packed hotels with top-notch beach resorts, and then throw in a choice of flights for good measure. Browse our Aruba holiday guides for inspiration.
Price per person
£ 735Bed and Breakfast
£ 872All Inclusive
£ 919Bed and Breakfast
£ 930All Inclusive
£ 1,064All Inclusive
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