Aruba, in the Caribbean has long been a tourist generation known for its white beaches, shimmering blue sea and fantastic nightlife. Above all though, Aruba is renown as one of the top all inclusive destinations in the whole of the Caribbean.
All-inclusive resorts have gained in popularity as it allows visitors to budget for their holiday before they leave home. This eliminates the possibility of running up large credit card balances upon their return. All-inclusive holidays allow guests to enjoy a holiday, encompassing food, drink and entertainment without ever having to leave their resort, therefore spending can be factored in at the beginning of the holiday.
There are a multitude of Aruba All Inclusive Resorts; here is a list of five of the very best rated resorts on the island:
The Diva Aruba Resort
This highly rated resort is based in Oranjestad, where it occupies a quiet part of the beachfront. The resort incorporates a comprehensive spa, two restaurants, fabulous gardens and full fitness facilities all under one roof.
All guest suites enjoy either an ocean or garden view. Located right on the Ocean gives guests the opportunity to pursue a variety of sea sports including snorkelling, Kayaking, swimming and windsurfing.
Riu Palace Aruba Resort
The Riu Palace is a 5 star resort which is located on the waterfront in Palm Beach. As befits a five star resort, this hotel offers an excellent all-inclusive program and is one of Aruba’s most popular resorts.
The facilities at the hotel are outstanding and include five restaurants, two swimming pools, seven bars, a fitness centre, a spa and a casino. With its own private beach, guests can enjoy a multitude of water sports including scuba diving and snorkelling. For those who are less energetic, they can relax on the beach under cabanas and enjoy the emerald sea stretching out in front of them.
Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa
A four star resort, Manchebo is a popular getaway for those on a honeymoon or seeking a romantic break.
Rooms are exquisitely decorated in an old colonial style and for those looking to be pampered the Balinese themed spa includes such features as bird song music.
The resort has three restaurants, an outdoor pool and regular live music. For those that are a bit more active, sporting facilities in the immediate vicinity include horse riding, golf and surfing.
Occidental Grand Aruba Resort
This is one of the best Aruba All Inclusive Resorts occupies a quiet spot on its own white sand beach front location. It is located in Palm Beach and is an Adult themed resort which also features its very own casino.
As befits an adult orientated resort, all suites have a four poster bed to add that touch of romance.
There are six restaurants in the resort, a disco and a fantastic swimming pool that has lagoon features and a swim to bar. As befits the best Aruba all-inclusive resorts, The Occidental Grand Aruba offers a huge array of water sports including snorkelling, swimming and scuba diving. For those that want to venture outside of the resort there is horse riding and golf nearby. This resort is highly recommended and features on the well-respected Trip Advisor website.
Westin Aruba Resort
A four star resort, the Westin Aruba is another resort that features its very own casino. Unlike the Occidental, it is a more family orientated resort and is only four miles from Oranjestad, which is the capital of Aruba.
The family theme is reflected by the fantastic children’s clubhouse as well as the volleyball and basketball courts.
All the rooms afford a Caribbean themed interior and are well equipped to include wifi, flat screen television and stunning balconies with incredible sea views. Like most Aruba all-inclusive resorts, the Wetin enjoys a great beach front location allowing guests the chance to participate in a wide range of sporting activities. Activities include parasailing, snorkelling, water skiing and swimming. Activities close to the resort include Mountain biking, helicopter rides and golf.
I hope this short insight into some of the best Aruba All inclusive resorts has been useful. To fully enjoy what Aruba has to offer why not book an all-inclusive and get yourself out to the Caribbean for the holiday of a life time.