Thursday, November 9, 2017

Hilton Aruba

A big thank you to the Aruba Tourism Authority for sponsoring my visit to Aruba and my stay at the Hilton Aruba. 

Aruba is known for beautiful beaches and great food. As you know, I usually review all inclusive resorts, but you'd be missing out if you didn't experience some of the country's great restaurants. To encourage this, the Aruba Gastronomic Association offers a Dine Around program. You pre-purchase vouchers to use for multi-course meals at participating restaurants. 

The Hilton is in a great location right by the De Palma pier used for excursions and across the street from shops and restaurants. 

The resort has three towers: Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Aruba towers rooms are a little larger. The concierge level is the 8th floor in the Aruba tower. 

The resort has a more active pool by the pool bar and a quiet pool closer to the Bonaire and Curacao towers. Pool cabanas are available for $75 per day and include a $25 resort credit. Palapas are available on the beach and included in your stay. You can reserve them after 4 pm by going to the towel hut or using the online system. If you'd like the same palapa for the whole week, you can reserve it for a fee. 

Beach palapas are on the right 

For activities, the resort has a kids club for guests aged 4 - 12 years old. The first two hours are free. Bikes are also available for free. The beach is public with a boardwalk that goes along the length of the beach. Wifi is free. 

Join me on a tour: 

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