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The words luxury and budget don't often cross paths -- except along the white-sand beaches on the Caribbean island of Aruba. Whether you're exploring natural beauty in Arikok National Park or viewing the historic architecture of the Alto Visto Chapel, there plenty to do on an Aruba vacation for next to nothing. From romantic getaways to family vacations, CheapTickets can have you lazing beachside on a blissful budget in no time.

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Tropicana Aruba Resort & Casino

3 stars
3.3 / 5 17 reviews
Experience a world of limitless adventure and sun-filled days in Aruba. The Tropicana Aruba Resort & Casino is just a short stroll to the white sands of Eagle Beach and centrally located in the low-rise district away from the crowds. In addition to lounging around on one of the Top 10 beaches in the world, Tropicana Aruba Resort and Casino is surrounded by a myriad of entertainment options, numerous attractions, live cultural events and of course, shopping. When you need a break from the action, grab a book or turn on your tablet and check out the pool. Do not forget to stop by Bikinis Pool Bar & Grill and we will serve you up a frosty beverage of your choice. We have all you need to stay in. Visit our restaurants for all your favorite food and beverages. Please note that the USD amount of first night stay plus taxes are required at time of booking. There is an additional resort fee, please see the following charges: USD 9.00 per night resort fee will be charged at the time of booking. Rates are based upon two persons per bedroom. An additional fee of USD 24.31 including taxes will be applied for each additional person and collected at the resort. A USD 200 deposit will be charged upon arrival for incidentals.
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Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino and Spa

4 stars
4.3 / 5 328 reviews
The AAA 4-Diamond rated Radisson Resort, Casino & Spa is a glistening 14-acre oasis surrounded by fragrant gardens, exotic lagoons, and cascading waterfalls, where guests will find themselves immersed in the islands most lush and luxurious resort. This haven features 354 guest accommodations, each with private balcony and terrace including 40 Plaza Club rooms and 31 suites. The richness of the Colonial West Indian furnishings boasting rich Caribbean touches with heavenly soft linens create the ambiance of a private seaside paradise. Dine at the award winning Four-Diamond Sunset Grille or the themed buffets at Laguna. Splash in one of the two zero-entry free form pools and play in the 16,000-square foot casino. Oceanfront Larimar Spa is a sanctuary for balancing the body and mind. The 13,000 square foot facility features nine treatment rooms, a full area of spa services and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The resort is central to the new shopping, dining and entertainment district, and Tierra del Sol Championship Golf Course. The resort also features state of the art meeting facilities, 15,300 sq. ft. of indoor function space and the most expansive grounds with over 24,000 sq. ft. of outdoor venues. The hotel offers an exceptional water sports facility, delectable cuisine, and a starlit themed casino, not to mention, all of the wonders a tropical beach vacation has to offer. Green Key Global is pleased to award the Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa a 3 Green Keys rating. The hotel that has made significant advances towards protecting the environment. Strong environmental programs which identify impact and the implementation of best management practices, training programs, and engineering solutions, have benefited the environment and the local community.
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Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino

4 stars
4.4 / 5 206 reviews
A 5-star rated beachfront jewel with the warmest service on Palm BeachHyatt Regency Aruba offers luxurious and convenient touches but keeps a warm, friendly touch. There is a range of sophisticated quality at its restaurants, including the opportunity to nibble Italian food as a violinist plays a solo. A full-service spa and fitness center helps to ramp up the pampering with a full menu of services and top-of-the-line equipment. If one should ever want to leave the tranquil beachfront property, simply confer with the Les Clefs d'Or concierge. There is also a car rental desk on-site.The 5,200 square-foot ZoiA Spa features eight treatment rooms, and an extensive spa menu with luxurious treatments and native ingredients. Highlights A 5-star beachfront luxury resortWater slide, pool, tennis, full-service spa, and casinoFantastic restaurants and impeccable serviceConcierge, shops and rental car office on-siteZoiA Spa RoomsEach of the 357 recently renovated guest rooms at the Hyatt Regency Aruba come with ocean, pool or garden views. Decorated in sophisticated shades of cream and with accents of tangerine and avocado, each room has deluxe amenities that include a breezy ceiling fan, Portico bath products, iHome clock radio and docking station, a coffee maker and a stocked minibar. Be further entertained or informed with the 32-inch LCD TV, high-speed Internet access and daily newspaper. Dining Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino has confirmed upgrades to restaurants. The resort will welcome a new, upscale Mexican restaurant and a revitalized Ruinas del Mar by December 15. From August 20 – December 15, the beachfront Palms restaurant will be the main dining option, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Additional choices include oceanfront dining at Footprints Beach Grill, a sushi bar at Alfresco Lobby Bar, and dinner menus at Palms Bar and Piet's Pier Bar.  RecreationA massive, three-level pool complex has a cascading waterfall, two-story water slide, whirlpools, tropical gardens and a 5,000-square-foot freshwater lagoon stocked with tropical fish and wildlife. The spa and fitness center at the Hyatt Regency Aruba houses an exercise room with free weights, exercise bikes, stair climbers, rowers, sauna, massage, steam room and hydrotherapy. Lighted tennis courts and weekly clinics will help strengthen the tennis skills of guests.Hotel patrons can soothe their senses by availing of the rejuvenating treatments at ZoiA Spa. TransportationQueen Beatrix International Airport (8 mi/13 km) Attractions Pedernalis (1 mi/1.6 km) Bubali Bird Sanctuary (1.6 mi/2.6 km) Red Sail Sports Aruba (2.8 mi/4.4 km) Business High-speed Internet Meeting planners in-houseFind 9,000 square feet of meeting space
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Club Arias Bed and Breakfast

4 stars
4.4 / 5 38 reviews
An enchanting and private paradise. The Club Arias Bed and Breakfast won the TripAdvisors Top 25 B&B and Inns in the Caribbean Award and is the recipient of TripAdvisor's 2012 Certificate of Excellence Award. Secluded, romantic and extremely charming. This 8 room haven is luxurious and lavish. Each guest room is unique in its design and envelopes you in comfort and style through its tasteful and beautiful decor. The Club is set among lavish flowers, trees and greenery which surround a large swimming pool, wading pool and swim up Jacuzzi. Rock gardens are plentiful and opens up to an extraordinary waterfall that wisps you away to a tranquil world and mini paradise. Among the many things Club Arias has to offer are ATV and Rhino tours, private outdoor showers complete with shampoo, conditioner and shower gel, in-room massages, and a spacious dining room where guests will enjoy a gourmet breakfast made to your specifications by our Cordon Blue graduate chef. However, the crowning jewel that defines this mini haven is the friendly and attentive staff that welcomes you with open arms and makes your stay a truly rewarding and satisfying experience where no need goes unfulfilled. Here at Club Arias our staff makes every effort to ensure a vacation experience like no other. The Club does this through attention to detail, personal service and unique amenities such as beverage stations of lemonade, iced-tea and ice water, walkie-talkies,cookies at 4:00 pm, and late checkout-- all complimentary to our guests are just some of the many amenities offered. Special check-in instructions: Guests planning to arrive after 6 PM must contact the property 48 hours prior to arrival to receive check-in instructions. at 917-508-7210. Additional features include: Baby sitting service, Banquet facilities, Bar, Barbecue area, Billiards, Games room, Laundry service, Library, Lobby, Parking facilities, Plunge pool, Reception, Safe deposit box, Table tennis .
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Occidental Grand Aruba All Inclusive

4 stars
3.6 / 5 374 reviews
Luxury upgrade to VIP treatment at this Palm Beach all-inclusive resortAwarded the TripAdvisor 2012 Certificate of Excellence, the Occidental Grand Aruba All Inclusive makes for a worthwhile and memorable vacation spot featuring white sandy beach and crystal clear water. Snorkeling, kayaking and sailing are among the many aquatic activities. Occidental Grand Aruba  offers a chance to upgrade to luxurious comforts at the Royal Club. The Royal Club, a boutique hotel found on the 7th, 8th, and 9th floors of the resort, boasts a club-like atmosphere and offers concierge level service and spacious rooms luxuriously equipped with Etro toiletries, fruit basket, plush bathrobes, and suites that feature hydro-massage bathtub. The club also offers two meeting spaces, in-room dining, private areas, preferred seating at the a la carte restaurant, and complimentary high-speed Internet access at the lounge and members-only area in the reception area. Highlights Palm Beach location offers excellent stretch of coastline with many water activitiesRoyal Club offers a VIP, five-star experience with private lounge and concierge servicesSix restaurants and five cocktail bars in-house RoomsRooms at the Occidental Grand Aruba All Inclusive are decorated in an elegant Spanish colonial style. Amenities include satellite TV, a telephone with data port, Wi-Fi access, in-room safe, hairdryer, private balcony/terrace, and a full bath with shower and hydro-massage tubs. Royal Club-level suites have marble floors, CD and DVD players, and a stocked mini-bar. Grand Concierge Deluxe Pool and Ocean View rooms have concierge and turndown services while Grand Romance Deluxe Pool and Ocean View rooms come with a bottle of champagne and a surprise gift with special romantic amenities. DiningSix restaurants serve cuisine from around the globe, including Italian (L'Olio), Mexican (El Ovido) and eclectic fusion (Zen Pan and Desire Caribbean). Breakfast and lunch is served in grand buffet style at The Palm, and hearty snacks-to-order are available at The Beach Club. Expertly mixed cocktails are poured at five bars, which are scattered around the hotel pool, beachside or in elegant lounges. RecreationSnorkeling, kayaking, SCUBA or sailing lessons and trips are all house specialties, along with beach games. Little ones ages 4 to 10 can take part in supervised activities at the Kids Club. Additional babysitting is also available. Sound, the in-house nightclub, has dancing and DJs nightly. The casino, with its $2,000 nightly bingo prize, will resume play in February 2011. Live shows go on nightly in the casino's theater, and Cuban cigars are legal here. TransportationQueen Beatrix International Airport (8.25 mi/13.25 km) Attractions Pedernalis (1 mi/1.6 km)Bubali Bird Sanctuary (1.5 mi/2.4 km) Business Wi-Fi available throughout the Occidental Grand Aruba All InclusiveBusiness center with five PC stations, printers, copier, fax machine, courier and concierge serviceThree ballrooms with 20,000 square-feet of flexible event space can accommodate up to 800 Policies and feesUpon arrival, $3 per room/per night will be collected for the Aruba Environmental Fee.Guests must be 21 to check in.
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Best time to take a vacation to Aruba

  • Best Time to Go

    Aruba is truly a Caribbean jewel because of its luxurious resorts and pristine beaches. The island is located south of the typical hurricane route, so it doesn't usually experience strong hurricanes. The rainy season occurs between the months of October to December. However, December usually only receives scattered rain showers at night. Thus, exciting Aruba vacations can be enjoyed all year round. Although hotels may slightly vary, the general low season starts from mid-April to mid-December. Visitors, who love the heat and sun, can come in September when the temperature is the hottest and accommodation rates are low. Arriving during the Aruba Carnival, which runs from January until March, is a great chance to party with the locals and witness colorful parades.

Insider tips for Aruba travel

  • Turquoise Coast

    To get away from the crowd, walk further to the far end of the Turquoise Coast, where secluded beach sections are equally beautiful yet quiet.

  • Machebo Beach

    Complete your Aruba travel experience by tasting native dishes served in restaurants near the Palm Beach, Noord, Eagle and Machebo Beach areas.

  • ArubaSalsa Dance Club

    Aruba's exhilarating nightlife can be found on the southern coast, or learn to salsa at the ArubaSalsa Dance Club centrally located in Santa Cruz.

  • Ayo Rock Formations

    Aside from enjoying the beaches, you should also venture to the north coast, where sites like the Ayo Rock Formations and the old California Lighthouse are located.

  • Arikok National Park

    Riding an ATV is a great way to explore the Arikok National Park, or take guided hiking tours on trails that span over 20 miles.

Aruba highlights

  • Aruba highlights
  • Archeological Museum

    Peer into the past at this newly-renovated museum, a bona fide bubbling pot of Aruban culture and heritage. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, with a whopping 10,000-plus artifacts and free admission, this museum is a must on your Aruba vacation.

  • Bushiribana Ruins

    For 19th-century history on your Aruba travels, check out beachfront remnants of Aruba's gold mines. Although that shiny commodity has now been replaced by rubble and graffiti, it's still worth a visit for a fascinating glimpse into the past and stunning ocean views.

  • Cura di Tortuga

    Forget the resort pool, this rock-ringed lagoon offers a real slice of paradise. And while Aruba is known for its beaches, Cura di Tortuga is the pick of the bunch. Driving the appeal is the effort to get there: Trek over landscapes of rugged terrain, and then dive in; your first splash will be bliss.

  • Quadariki Cave

    For a break from the sunshine that won't break the bank on your Aruba travels, delve into these magnificent cave chambers, where there's just enough natural light trickling down to find your way around the peaceful beauty. Entry is free, unless you want to buy a flashlight at the concession stand for a couple of bucks.

  • Wildlife sites

    Budding zoologists flock to Aruba's wildlife sites from Palm Beach to Santa Lucia. Snap photos of butterflies, learn about metamorphosis and tour the Butterfly Farm in Palm Beach. Admission includes free return visits for the duration of your Aruba vacation. Bring carrots and apples to the Donkey Sanctuary in Santa Lucia where you can feed the donkeys and even adopt your own. Admission is free, but donations are graciously accepted.

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