All of Aruba’s resorts can be found on the north-western part of the island. In an area that is mostly dry and humid, with a record low temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, you're going to find good weather here no matter the time of year you decide to visit.

Beachfront Aruba resorts

When picturing a paradise beach getaway, beachfront Aruba resorts should be at the top of your list. With the crystal-clear water, flamingos walking around, and a butterfly farm, it’s not hard to see why the island has such a high rate of return visitors.

Casa del Mar beach resort

You’ll find the Casa del Mar on a 7-mile strip of beach, shared with other resorts. Located a mile and a half from Aruba’s capital, and largest, city of Oranjestad there’s much more to this resort than just the beach.

Costa Linda beach resort

When staying at the Costa Linda Beach Resort, you will have full access to all services and amenities offered by the resort. This location has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 6, so it’s great if 2 couples want to vacation together or if you want to bring the kids along.

Marriott Aruba Surf Club

The Marriott Aruba Surf Club is one of several Marriott properties in the same area. When you stay at this 5-star resort you’ll get full access to the other properties as well. Units are available in Studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom, with lots of activities for kids and adults alike.

Fun activities you won’t find at home

When visiting different locations, it’s always nice to get out and explore, especially if you're engaging in fun activities you won’t find at home. Make your trip to Aruba a unique and memorable one.

Aruba Aloe Factory, Museum, and Store

Aruba Aloe is considered to be the finest aloe in the world, and this factory is one of the few to grow, harvest and process the aloe right onsite. This free tour can teach you the many benefits of the aloe plant.

Flamingo Beach

Located on a private island owned by the Renaissance Hotel, Flamingo Beach is worth the extra effort to go. If you’re not a guest of the hotel, you will need to purchase a day pass, which includes a meal and a drink. You'll be able to get up close to the flamingos, something you’re definitely not going to get to do at home.

Natural Pool and Indian Cave Jeep safari

Sure, maybe you can take a ride in a Jeep at home, but not a ride like this. Inaccessible by car and bus, the 4-wheel-drive excursion is actually a means to get to the good stuff and isn’t the only fun you’ll have on this tour. The trip also includes snorkelling equipment for those who want to explore, and cold drinks to enjoy.