Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino is split between 2 properties. The Marina Hotel is exclusive to adults, while the Ocean Suites are a resort-style located right ...
Across the street from Druif Beach and myriad water sports, this resort in the Low-Rise Hotel district provides shuttle service to Alhambra Casino and Shopping ...
This resort across the street from powder white Eagle Beach offers 362 guest suites, and is 13 km (8.25 mi) from Queen Beatrix International Airport, and 5 km ...
Located in Noord, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Fisherman's Huts, Arashi Beach, and California Lighthouse. Palm Beach ...
The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba$459The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba$459
This newly renovated 15-acre tropical haven offers 357 elegantly-appointed guest accommodations in northwest Aruba, surrounded by soft sands, turquoise seas, ...
Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino$229Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino$229
Situated in the center of the lively Palm Beach scene, the adult-oriented Barceló Aruba faces soft white sands dotted with thatched shades.
Barceló Aruba - All Inclusive$406Barceló Aruba - All Inclusive$406
Facing the Caribbean, 2 km (1 mi) west of Oranjestad, this resort is set in Aruba's low-rise hotel area, across the street from The Links at Divi Aruba (golf ...
Catering to romance-minded couples, this resort in Aruba's low-rise hotel section maintains a noise-free and environmentally-aware atmosphere, on a large, white-sand ...
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort - Adults Only$350Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort - Adults Only$350
Nestled on the beach, this Oranjestad resort is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Druif Beach and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Royal Plaza Mall. Manchebo Beach and Alhambra Casino ...
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Holiday Inn Resort Aruba - Beach Resort and Casino$195Holiday Inn Resort Aruba - Beach Resort and Casino$195
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Complete your Aruba travel experience by tasting native dishes served in restaurants near the Palm Beach, Noord, Eagle and Machebo Beach areas.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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