Aruba has grown considerably since tourism became the island's primary source of income in 1986. What started out with a hotel downtown called Talk Of The Town and the Aruba Caribbean Hotel in Palm Beach, - the island’s first luxury resort - has quickly blossomed into a mecca for travelers from all over the world. Meanwhile, the choice of venues and resorts continues to grow, bringing an array of accommodations to fit every budget and preference.

For visitors in search of beach and tranquility and freedom to come and go as one pleases, the seaside apartments like Coral Reef Beach in Savaneta or Aruba Bed & Beach in Pos Chikito are ideal. The island is small, so driving around from anywhere is just a couples of minutes away.

While Club Arias is one of the first bed & breakfast facilities on the island and are still among the top rated stays, there are a couple of newcomers. Wonders Boutique Hotel is becoming a hot spot for uptown guests and Villa Punta Salina in Noord offers personal attention to beach lovers that want to stay close to the best beaches, but away from the high rise crowds. Paradera Park is uniquely located in the center of the island, surrounded by tropical gardens and close to natural attractions like Casibari and Ayo Rock Formations. Another traditional island experience can be discovered in one of the cozy guesthouses of My Aruban Home, including local friendliness and the Hadicurari beach life.

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Enter the gate of Arubiana Inn and submerge yourself in a relaxing Caribbean atmosphere. The swimming pool is ideal for a refreshing dive after a busy day of touring and the palm trees in the courtyard provide plenty of shade to wind down and...  Read More

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My Aruban Home gives travelers the chance to get a real taste of Aruba. The homes are perfectly located in Bakval, allowing guests to be just minutes away from the major tourist scenes and beaches, while still experiencing the local vibe and...  Read More



The Paradera Park is a tranquil and private island hideaway conveniently located close to many popular attractions like Casibari and Ayo Rock Formations, the Bushiribana gold smelter ruins and also downtown Oranjestad. Shops, nature and hiking...  Read More



Aruba Bed & Beach offers breakfast, too! This is a perfect place to stay away from the tourist crowds, if peace and tranquility is required. Guests can rest assured with these cabanas that are comfortable, clean and complete with all the...  Read More



Close your eyes and imagine a tropical oasis tucked away within the serene, peaceful area of Savaneta. Now open your eyes and discover Club Arias Bed & Breakfast - plus one of the best pizzerias on the island: G&G Pizza Company. This popular...  Read More



Lounge poolside with your laptop and catch up on social media with Aruba Beach Villas' available wireless internet connection. The guests can sit down and rest in the calming recreational area of these private villas while enjoying spectacular...  Read More



This lovely bed and breakfast is surrounded by lush tropical gardens and offers a tranquil corner to sit and relax. Hidden Eden proudly comes with a pets welcome policy and is an active promoter of the local culture, nature and history. Discover...  Read More



Visitors have their own personal tastes, needs and budgets, and Wonders Boutique Hotel is happy to oblige, offering the luxury and pampering of a high end resort, but without the stress and commotion of waiting lines, jam-packed restaurants,...  Read More



An intimately unique all-suite small hotel with 14 spacious and beautifully decorated apartments referred to as casitas. The word casita means small house in Papiamento, the native language of Aruba. The property is located right across from the...  Read More



When a taxi driver takes stranded tourists sightseeing all around Aruba and then invites them to celebrate New Years' Eve with his family, know you're on a tourist-friendly island. And when the staff and management of The Mill Resort &...  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