These are my picks for traditional best all-inclusive resorts in Aruba. You’ll also find there are resorts on Aruba that offer optional all-inclusive add-ons.
Sun-seekers who love the ease and laid back feeling of all-inclusive resorts will find Aruba the perfect choice. You’ll find hotels that are large and lively and others that are laid back and boutique-like.
Whatever you want in a vacation, be it to roll right out of your bed onto the beach or lively entertainment day and night. Adults only or family-friendly one of these resorts is the choice for you.
My idea of a Caribbean vacation is plenty of warm sunshine, sand between my toes, and a frozen concoction in my hand. Eagle Beach offers two of my favorite Aruba All-inclusive Beach Resorts
Eagle Beach Resorts
Eagle Beach is a long, uninterrupted stretch of glittering ivory sand. This beach is ideal for morning and sunset walks and jogs, wedding ceremonies, and celebrations. Also known as the low rise area with smaller, more intimate properties. Beach, sleep and repeat. This is my kind of vacation.
Located on a mile-long stretch of Divi Beach adjoining Eagle Beach, the Tamarijn Aruba offers a more intimate vibe. Laid-back, stress-free, do it all or do nothing at all. With all oceanfront accommodations in low-rise buildings that feature a patio or balcony overlooking the pristine sand and turquoise sea.
Dining options at the Tamarijn Aruba include Palm Grill for hibachi-style dining, Paparazzi Restaurant for Italian, Ginger for Asian-fusion, Conucu Terrace for buffet dining, and the Pizza Per Tutti bar & grill.
The Tamaijn Aruba also allows guests to access the amenities at adjacent Divi Aruba All-Inclusive, and that means a total of ten restaurants, eight bars, and four pools.
Divi Aruba All-Inclusive has an advantageous location on one of the island’s best beaches. This charming low-rise resort offers spacious rooms with ocean, pool, or garden views along with a patio or balcony.
Dining options at the Divi Aruba include Red Parrot for romantic fine dining, Pure Lime for Mexican cuisine, Pelican Terrace for buffet dining, Coco Grill & Bar, and the Sandpiper Bar & Grill.
The Divi Aruba also allows guests to access the amenities at adjacent Tamarijn Aruba All-Inclusive, and that means a total of ten restaurants, eight bars, and four pools.
Palm Beach Resorts
The renowned two-mile-long strip known as Palm Beach is home to glamorous high-rise resorts and dotted by watersports concessions, piers, beach bars, restaurants, and shops. Calm waters make this a comfortable haven for swimmers and snorkelers. It’s also where the tourist head for a high-octane nightlife.
When Barceló rebranded the Occidental Grand Aruba Hotel they fine-tuned it with room upgrades, an expanded casino, and a new spa. It also offers fitness studio, tennis courts, and every kind of water sport imaginable. Spacious accommodations with ocean, pool, or garden views including a balcony.
Dining options at the Tamarijn include Arubian Seafood right on the beach, L’Olio for Italian, Mexico Lindo for Tex-Mex, Kyoto for Asian cuisine, The Palm for buffet dining, and the Beach Club Restaurant.
This property appeals to both families and couples.
Hotel RIU Palace Aruba
The Riu Palace Aruba is located on the southern end of Palm Beach. Accommodations feature balconies or terraces with ocean views and split-level sitting areas. You’ll discover a spa, gym, watersports, entertainment programs, etc… Prefer to relax at the beach or there’s also two large pools, plus a whirlpool and a separate kids pool.
There’s an international buffet along with a steakhouse, Milano Italian restaurant, Sayuri for Japanese, and the Krystal Fusion restaurant.
This property appeals to both families and couples. if you are looking for an all-inclusive adults only resort check out next door.
Hotel RIU Palace Antillas
Looking for Aruba All-Inclusive Resorts for Adults Only? That will be the Riu Palace Antilla located on the southern end of Palm Beach. All-suite property with partial or full sea views is located in a 16-story tower.
You may find it a tad quieter than the family-friendly Hotel Riu Palace Aruba next door. But it does have a lively vibe with non-stop activities and entertainment. Antillas also has a fitness center, spa, casino, disco, and two swimming pools.
There’s a buffet offering Caribbean cuisine along with Palm Beach steakhouse, Rimini Italian restaurant, Malmok Arubian restaurant, and the Krystal Fusion restaurant along with six bars.
Just because it’s adults only don’t expect to get all rowdy here. Because it is not allowed. Spring breakers are not welcome here.
Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Aruba? I believe so, especially if you are looking for a traditional all-inclusive resort.
If you are looking for more choices, these properties offer an all-inclusive add-on Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa tucked away on Eagle Beach, Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort, and the Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort across from the beach, and then the Holiday Inn on Palm Beach. You will find some restrictions along with some requiring a minimum stay.