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Divi Aruba All-Inclusive

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Set on the jaw-dropping white sands in Aruba, this relaxing paradise is exactly what you pictured for your next escape. ... More

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4.5 out of 5
"This hotel property is beautiful. There is a perfect beach and the sea is fabulous. Food options are plentiful and pretty good. I think we got our money's worth for sure." – mother2
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Customer Rating 105 Reviews
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4.5 out of 5
"This hotel property is beautiful. There is a perfect beach and the sea is fabulous. Food options are plentiful and pretty good. I think we got our money's worth for sure." – mother2
126 out of 134 (94%) customers would recommend this product to a friend. Read All Reviews
Curtis at the Sanpiped bar My girlfriend and I having a couple of mixed drinks while enjoying our awesome view from our room at the Divi Wonderful Baby beach Perfect sunset view from our room Sunset cat ride A cruise ship came by on our last day at the beach Dancer at Carnival theme night beach! Our hut on the beach Sunset from our room Beautiful beach Little piece of heaven view from our room
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July 31, 2010 Featured Review
Divi Aruba All-Inclusive

I must say that I don't usually bother to write reviews but this place was so great I have to take a moment. Cheap Caribbean had all the details just right (especially price) to make this one of our favorite destinations. First off, it's a short distance from the airport 15-20 minutes tops. The property has a huge crescent beach. It is a large spread out low rise resort. Food was delicious and plentiful. We took the snorkeling trip and it was truly amazing. The people of Aruba seamed to want us on their island and were pleasant. Some friends were concurrently staying at the "high rise" partition of the Island, a bit like Coney Island. If you're looking for a relaxing beautiful beach and great food this is it!!

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From: Nutley, NJ
Age: 45-54
Travel: 3-6 trips/year

March 11, 2013
Nice Vacation

Overall the trip was very nice. We purchased our package through CheapCarribbean. The resort is a 20-30 min taxi ride ($22 dollars for 5 ppl, plus $3 charge on Sundays and holidays) depending on traffic. The taxi service is very organized and easy. Check-in was easy too. We just showed our papers and got our rooms. We were expecting three garden-view rooms, two of which would have king beds, and the other one, two queen beds. Instead, all of our rooms had two queen sized beds, which was fine. Also, the rooms were garden-view, I suppose, but they were essentially a 1 minute walk to the sand, so we enjoyed that. The rooms are not luxurious, but they are adequate. The TVs are a bit outdated, and ours was poorly formatted and could not be adjusted when we asked (it was too zoomed in, and the closed captioning was not able to be removed). We also had a small ant problem in our bathtub, but I'm not squeamish, so it really wasn't a big deal. We told the frontdesk about the ant issue, but whatever they did while we were out of our room didn't help because the ants returned. All in all, rooms were fine and fairly spacious. For the most part, the service was good. There was one girl (young, maybe Dutch?) at the front desk who really seemed misinformed of Divi policies, etc., so we just avoided her and waited until she left if we had a question. She wasn't rude or anything- she just gave us false information a couple times. For instance, on our second night there, our next door neighbors had a small child who screamed (not cried, screamed), the whole night. When my husband went to the front desk the next morning, this specific girl said there was nothing she could do because they overbooked the rooms through the end of our stay. After the same screaming occurred the following night, I went to the front desk, and requested again, if we could move rooms. A very sweet and helpful lady who works there said we could move rooms, no problem. The second time we received misinformation from this particular girl was in regards to check out. I told her we had a later flight and asked if we could have a late check out. She said that we could, but that we would have to leave our luggage in a room by the front desk, and that each of our rooms would be charged a $100 fee (so $300 in total) to stay at the Divi until 2PM as opposed to 12PM regular check out. .. Hmm, no thank you. I told my husband, and he suggested that we ask another front-desk person when this girl left. I followed his advice, and the other lady we spoke with extended our check out to 1PM (no charge), and we were able to eat and drink there until we were ready to go (again, no charge). The bar and restaurant staff was all very cordial and kind. No issues there. The drinks were really good- the mixed drinks weren't very strong, but of course, the bartenders will make them stronger if you ask. The food was also good. A fair amount of variety and always something you can find that you will like. For breakfast, we went to the buffet- they had oatmeal, pancakes, crepes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, an omelete station, variety of cereal, and fresh fruit regularly. For lunch, we would either get pizza from the bar (yummy thin crust veggie pizza!), or we would go to the buffet. The selection for lunch included a salad bar, grilled chicken, fish and/or beef tenderloin, a taco station, veggies, potatoes, rice, etc. Some days there was fried chicken, too, that my husband said was really good. For dinner, we ate at the Red Parrot (at the Divi) and the Palm (at the Tamarijn). We read reviews saying that the Japanese restaurant was so-so, so we didn't try that or the Italian restaurant. Both the Red Parrot and the Palm were really good. We enjoyed both of them. Last, but definitely not least, the beach there is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. We went in March, and the water wasn't the warmest, but after we were in there for a few minutes, we warmed up and were no longer chilly. The constant breeze down there is nice too because we never felt overheated. Just a heads up- give yourself 3 hours before your flight back (if you are going to the US). We gave ourselves 2 hours and cut it really close. Customs took FOREVER, and you have to go through Aruba customs and US customs. It was a very long process, so give yourself extra time to be safe. Hope this was helpful! Cheers

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From: Fairfax, VA
Age: 25-34
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

May 8, 2013
Divi All-Inclusive

Just got back from our week long vacation in Aruba at the all inclusive Divi Resort. We (my boyfriend and I) had a wonderful time and will go back some day. Like any vacation there are pros and cons. The Pros: Beautiful beach, no trash, no seaweed or rocks. Never had to wait or wake up early to get a lounge chair on the beach. Very nice waitstaff who have no problem bringing you as much food and wine as you want with a smile, clean hotel grounds/landscaping, great selection of nightly entertainment from DJ's, saxophone players, salsa dancing to reggae bands, fast transportation to and from the hotel and airport provided by Cheap Carribean, no I mean NO hassling by locals on the beaches to braid your hair or buy something, good breakfast buffet and a wide affordable selection of fun excursions to pick from. The Cons: We are not hotel guru's by any means but both the Divi and the Tam need some updating. The hotel rooms are run down, some of them have marks on the floors and have a dingy smell with loud AC units (try to get a more updated room if possible), between the Tam and the Divi there are no swim up pools which we were told there was...a bit disappointed not going to lie. There are only 3 restaurants to pick from to go to dinner between both hotels and only three can get old quick. You can go to the buffet for dinner or get a pizza or sandwich from one of the bars but I like more formal dinners. The pool staff who give you your towels leave you feeling like your bothering them if you ask to sign out a float. No smiles, no convo they just hand you the sign out sheet and give you the float like they are going out of their way to give it to you. Make sure to give yourself at least two hours on the way back home from Aruba at the airport. Customs is like watching paint dry. They say you get what you pay for and I have to say that I thought we got a great deal on our trip so I wasn't upset that I wasn't pleased with absolutely everything. I LOVE Aruba and I wouldn't mind going back to the Divi. By the time we go back I'm sure they might have things a little more updated. If your looking for a five star experience with spotless marble floors and famous chefs don't go but if your looking for a more affordable, relaxing, island feel of a vacation where you can have some fun it's the place for you.


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From: Massachusetts
Age: 25-34
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

February 29, 2012
Divi

This was my first trip anywhere in the world. At 52 years old and dealing with a sick parent for approx 2 years who passed three weeks ago I was really looking forward to this trip. Aruba was highly recommended to me. I looked at a lot of resorts before choosing Divi All Inclusive. Our flight was great. When we got to the Divi on Sunday Feb 19th we were advised that they overbooked and had to put us down at the Divi Tamarijn and would upgrade us from garden view to ocean front. I thought ok we will check it out. We were tired and wanted to start our vacation. When we got to the room i was a bit disappointed with the size and how far it seemed away from everything but I dealt with it. We settled in and went and made our reservations for dinners and tours. After a not so great meal at the paparazzi we went back to the room. My girl wanted to take a shower. I noticed that the sink faucet was leaking around the counter top. Then as my girl was taking her shower she was relating that the water was not warming up and getting all over the floor and had to lay towels out. After her cold shower she tried to get out of the bathroom and the lock was stuck. I immediately called the front desk and they sent a maintenance guy who had to take the door knob off of the bathroom door to get her out. This is now about 40 minutes she is stuck in the bathroom. At this point I am not a happy vacationer and go to the office at the Tam. The staff was courteous and related they could do nothing at this time to change rooms because the managers had left for the night. Again not particularly happy we go back to the room and sleep. The next morning I get up to the sounds of construction going on next door. The building we were next to was completely being renovated. I understand that they are trying to upgrade this facility but I should not have to look at Toilet bowls on the decks of every room. At this point I was done. This is not what I booked and they were going to have to do something about this. I went to the Divi office and spoke with the manager. She was very nice and explained that they are allowed to over book by 5 to 10%. Unacceptable!! The manager related that they could move us on Tuesday Feb 21st after the 12 O’clock check out to the Divi where we originally booked and that it would be ocean front/view. She also gave us a voucher for 100.00 that could go towards one of the tours ect. She then related that Tuesday morning we can pack our belongings and they would move our stuff to the new room. Tuesday came another cold shower and we finally were able to get into our room about 2:30 pm. It was another 90 minutes and three phone call to get our bags to our room. Tuesday turned into a wasted day because we could do nothing but wait. When we finally got settled into our room the new room was great, the view was amazing and we really enjoyed ourselves the rest of the week. The staff was great, friendly and very helpful. The breakfast’s were good, We were not around for the lunches because we went and did things every day. But the one bar/grill at Divi we like a lot was the Sand Piper. Curtis was a great person and bar tender. The food was very good there also. As I said Paparazzi was not great. The Red Parrot was ok for the one meal we ate there. We went to other places on the island for dinners. The Flying Fishbone was outstanding. Madame Jeanette’s was another home run. Aruba is an amazing island and we went and saw most of it. The tours we went on included the Jeep Safari, Catamaran Sunset cruise, I went scuba diving one day and we rented a car for two days. Other then the first couple days the trip was everything I expected and more. I would have to think twice about going back to Divi because of what happened but we did love the place when all was said and done.


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From: New Jersey
Age: 45-54

Room Information

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive offers 265 rooms and feature garden, pool or ocean views. Rooms feature ground-floor patios or upper-floor balconies providing garden or ocean views, telephone, satellite TV, ceiling fan, Nespresso coffee, iron and ironing board and mini-refrigerator.

Room Details

Garden View
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Pool View
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Beach Side
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Ocean View
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What's to Love

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive Resort has an impressively friendly staff eager to assist you in finding exactly the right schedule for any given day.

 

What We'd Change

Plan early and make reservations at the a la carte restaurants.

 

Why You Should Go

Considering Divi Aruba All-Inclusive is a stone's throw away from sister resort Tamarijn, what more could you possibly want than getting two resorts for the price of one?

Available Amenities

  • Tour Assistance
  • Beach
  • Volleyball
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Casino ($)
  • Children's Activities
  • Concierge Services
  • Cribs Available on Request
  • Daily Maid Service
  • Gift Shop
  • Golf Course ($)
  • Kayaks
  • Kids Club
  • Laundry Services ($)
  • Lounge Chairs/Umbrellas
  • Nightly Entertainment
  • Snorkeling
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • Scuba Diving ($)
  • Windsurfing
  • Sailing
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Parking
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Dance Classes
  • Bicycles
  • 8 Bars/Lounges
  • Porter/Bellhop
  • Shopping
  • Multilingual Staff
  • 10 Restaurants
  • Climbing Wall
  • Spa ($)
  • Yoga
  • Beach Towels
  • Ice Machine
  • Handicap Room Available
  • Wedding Services ($)
  • Dry Cleaning Services ($)
  • Golf Packages Available ($)
  • Honeymoon Packages ($)
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Wireless Internet
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Beauty Salon ($)
  • Freshwater Swimming Pool(s)
  • Car Rental Available ($)


Nearby Excursions & Attractions

  • Beach
  • Casino(s)
  • Dining
  • Dive Shop(s)
  • Golf Course(s)
  • Jet Ski Rentals
  • Medical Facilities
  • Motor Boat Rentals
  • Parasailing
  • Sailing
  • Scooter/Moped Rental
  • Scuba Diving

Map of Local Area

The perfect weather and world famous white sand beaches make Aruba the ideal destination for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Numerous casinos, great shopping and many restaurants are the island's other attractions.

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive

J E Irausquin Blvd 45

+297 525 5200

Hotel Description

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive: Escape To Paradise

Set on the jaw-dropping white sands in Aruba, this relaxing paradise is exactly what you pictured for your next escape. Four glistening pools, activities for everyone, a variety of cuisines and so much more to keep you relaxed and chilled. Find your perch at the beach, it's time to vacation.

This hotel is All-Inclusive.
Features include:

  • Room accommodations located just steps from the beach
  • Unlimited food and snacks at 10 dining options; 5 at Divi Aruba and 5 at Tamarijn Aruba
  • Unlimited drink at 8 bars; 4 at Divi Aruba and 4 at Tamarijn Aruba
  • Taxes and gratuities


DINING

This hotel includes unlimited food and drinks but some dining restrictions may apply. Please check with the front desk for details.

Coco Grill and Bar
Type: Light fare and pizza
Hours: Daily, 11am-1am
Description: Coco Bar and Grill is an open-air, bar-style restaurant offering made-to-order brick-oven pizza and grilled sandwiches.
Dress code: Beach casual

Pelican Terrace
Type: Themed buffet
Hours: Breakfast- daily, 7am-11am; Lunch- daily, noon-3pm; Dinner- daily, 6pm-9:30pm.
Description: Buffet restaurant featuring international-themed dinners, as well as locally inspired cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; guests can enjoy indoor, air-conditioned seating or seating on the patio overlooking the beach.

Sandpiper Bar
Type: Lunch
Hours: Daily, 11am-6pm.
Description: Oceanfront, open-air restaurant featuring pastas, hamburgers, grilled sandwiches, hot dogs and daily specials. Guests can sit at the bar or at tables on the covered patio.

The Red Parrot Restaurant
Type: Dinner
Hours: Open daily.
Description: Fine dining in an oceanfront terrace.

Pure Lime Restaurant
Type: Mexican
Hours: Open daily.
Description: The first full service restaurant on Aruba with an open kitchen concept serving traditional Mexican dishes paired with signature margaritas and sangria.

All hours are subject to change.



BARS/NIGHTLIFE

Guest have access to the 8 bars at the Divi Aruba and Tamarijn Aruba.

Coconuts
Two-story, open-air bar. Daily, 11am-1am.

Bunker Bar
Wooden gazebo above beach with panoramic sea views. Daily, 11am-6pm.

Divi Aruba

Pelican Bar
Serves drinks from beachfront and poolside location. Daily, 11am-1am.

Coco Grill & Bar
Light fare, pizza and specialty drinks. Daily, 11am-1am.

Sandpiper Bar
Oceanfront bar. Daily, 11am-6pm.

Poolside Bar
Full-service bar offering daily drink specials

Tamarijn Aruba

Bunker Bar
A bar set out over the water. Daily, 11am-6pm.

Coconuts
A 2-story, open-air bar. Daily, 11am-1am.

Pizza per Tutti
Serving brick oven pizzas and daily drink specials. Daily, 11am-1am.

Paparazzi Restaurant
Air-conditioned bar. Daily, 6pm-10:30pm.

Casino
Alhambra Casino, located a short shuttle ride away, offers more than 350 slot, video poker and multi-game machines in various denominations. Daily, 10am-4am.



BEACH

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive is located on a beautiful stretch of sandy beach.

POOLS

Divi Aruba's 4 pools have extensive poolside drinking and dining options and lounge chairs and beach towels. The new 52-meter pool includes walk-in stairs and in-pool lounges and is the perfect place to catch some rays.

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES

Water

  • Catamaran sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Windsurfing
  • Snorkeling lessons

Land

  • Fitness center
  • Tennis courts

Golf
Guests may enjoy golf at the nine-hole Links Golf Course at Divi Villiage Golf and Beach Resort.



INTERNET

Complimentary Wi-Fi is available at the resort.

SPA SERVICES

Divi Aruba All-Inclusive's Indulgence by the Sea uses only organic and natural products handpicked and tested by the owner. Reservations are required. Features include:
  • Skin care
  • Massages
  • Facials
  • Full body packages
  • Waxing
  • Hair studio
  • Yoga


WEDDING/HONEYMOON

The resort offers wedding services and honeymoon packages.

CHILD CARE

The resort offers a Kid's Camp for children ages 5-12. A completed registration form is required for program sign-up. Daily, 9am-11:45am and 1pm-4pm.
  • T-shirt painting
  • Arts and crafts
  • Basketball
  • Bingo
  • Movies
  • Pool games
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Snacks
  • Snorkel clinic
  • Soccer tournament
  • Tennis clinic


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Location
Divi Aruba is located 5 minutes from Aruba's capital city, Oranjestad, and 10 minutes from Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA).

Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 3pm. Check-out: noon.
Beginning January 2, 2015 Divi Aruba requires an adult of 21 years or older must be present in each room upon check in.
A valid credit card may be required at this resort.

Minimum Stay
A 3-night minimum stay is required at this resort with the following exceptions:
A 5-night minimum stay is required for travel Dec 23, 2017-Jan 5, 2018, Feb 1, 2018-Feb 28, 2018 & Dec 23, 2018-Jan 4, 2019.

Alhambra Casino Player's Club
Alhambra Casino offers a Player's Club, free of charge. This club offers priority and privileges to players, including special invitations, coupon rewards and other exciting mailings about tournaments and other casino events. The Casino's dining option, Cleo's is currently closed for renovations.



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