One of the most important aspects of tourism is accommodation. A century ago, there was none of that in Aruba. The first seaside tourist hotel of the island was the Coral Strand Hotel, located just outside Oranjestad, on the road to the airport. It was opened in 1943 and still exists under the name of ‘Talk of the Town’. Nowadays, visitors need all the help they can get, if they’re planning a vacation to this once sparsely populated island. Discover the difference in staying at one of the best resorts in Aruba. Resorts of this caliber like the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino will accommodate all of a guest's needs during their stay. At Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts even the tiniest details are taken care of, leaving guests feeling welcomed and pampered in Honeymoon Paradise. And 'if all you want is... everything', as this resort promises, the Radisson Resort, Casino & Spa has it all, for families with children and couples alike. For a distinctive getaway, the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino is perfectly located in downtown Oranjestad, right in the middle of Aruba's finest stores, glamorous casinos and spectacular events. Dutch Colonial style? All-inclusive? Eco-friendly? High-rise? Low-rise? There are plenty of options for every particular guest. It's only a matter of choice. Find the perfect place to stay by reading trusted expert advice and user reviews, and turn your trip into an unforgettable one.



A longstanding favorite with golf fanatics, big families, business groups and travelers who want more than the usual, this resort uses Aruba's gorgeous coastline to create a new standard of luxury and an escape from the crowds. With expansive...  Read More

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Lasting memories start at The Westin Resort & Casino, where Aruba's famous stretches of white sand offer relaxation and action. For the adventurous travelers there are sailing and scuba diving tours, deep sea fishing trips, banana boat...  Read More



An intimate atmosphere is a prerequisite for a successful boutique resort, along with warm hospitality and a sense of uniqueness. The attentive, multilingual staff of Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa lives up to this tradition by pampering their...  Read More



The Riu Palace may look like a fantasy straight from the One Thousand And One Aruban Nights, it is the newest and biggest 24-hours, all-inclusive resort on the island, conveniently located right in the heart of the famous Palm Beach. With its...  Read More



This intimate beach resort fits right in with its magnificent oceanfront location. Offering a variety of accommodations, including fully equipped rooms, superior studios and coveted suites overlooking one of the best beaches in the world, the...  Read More



Where the Caribbean Sea meets the white sandy shores of Aruba, Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino is a gracious base for travelers who want to fulfill their luxurious vacation dreams. Ocean views serve as a panoramic backdrop for a wealth...  Read More



It's no surprise that high-profile music producer and recording artist Timbaland has chosen this elegant and unconventional resort to arrange his A-list wedding. Although the island's center of activities and nightlife is wrapped around this...  Read More



If travelers are searching for just the right combo of sun, sand, sea, spa and excitement, look no further than Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. Situated on the Palm Beach, this resort is surrounded by Aruba's spectacular beaches...  Read More



After a day spent exploring Aruba's marine life, hiking through National Park Arikok or just savoring the sun and some Piña Coladas, guests can easily wind down at the Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa. The rooms and suites have all the...  Read More



As if time never flies at Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts. The beauty of one of Aruba's most precious beaches has been well preserved by this beloved, adult-only boutique hotel. From the moment a couple steps into the Understated Elegance of the...  Read More


Meet Liliana Erasmus

Born and raised in Aruba, Liliana moved to the Netherlands to continue her college education in Marketing. Since 1998 she’s been back on her beloved island, where she is working as a...  More About Liliana