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4.0 of 5 Resort   |   L.G. Smith Boulevard 101, Palm - Eagle Beach, Aruba   |  
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“third year in a row at the Tradewinds!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 21, 2013

When you find a place or a situation that you like in life, repeat it. This was our third wonderful stay at the Tradewinds Level at the Marriott. We were greeted by Roy upon arrival- he is a delightful man- he escorted us up to our personal check-in at the Tradewinds Level. There we had the pleasure of seeing Margaret again. Margaret is so personable and has a great sense of humor. She is an asset to the Marriott. She confirmed some restaurant reservations that we had made at home. We arrived at about 6PM so Roy took our luggage to our room while we had our dinner at the lounge during the 'discovery hour'. As it was our first night, we chose to eat in the lounge. There is more than enough food to make it a dinner- sushi, salads and at least 2 entrees plus cocktails and dessert. After unpacking and settling in, it was off to the casino. I always get a Player's Club card so that I earn points towards my stay.
Breakfast is served in the lounge until 10AM on weekdays and 11AM on Saturday and Sunday.There is always a nice variety of foods- including omelettes, eggs benedict, bagels, pastries, yogurt, cereal etc. Prior to breakfast, my husband reserved our palapa at the private Tradewinds beach. The palapas are on a first-come, first-serve basis so it is always a good idea to get down early and then have your breakfast after. It was great to see Hermina again- I don't know how the Tradewinds beach area would run without her- she is amazing! She puts the towels on the chaises for us and is so pleasant and cheerful. During the course of the day, she tends to our needs and always reminds us about lunch- served between noon and 2PM.
This year we experienced something new- we rented a cabana at the Adult Pool. What a great thing to do! There was an unusual amount of rain for Aruba this year and we were able to hang out in the cabana and not get wet. Included in the rental are the towels, ice water and a fruit platter. We did this 2 days during our stay and were so glad we did. The Adult Pool is quiet and quite beautiful.
Lunch at the Tradewinds is a nice break in the day. Most people go there in their pool attire- with shorts and tee shirts over their bathing suits or 'cover-ups'. 'Sliders' of various types are served and/or mini-wraps of turkey, tuna, seafood etc. There are also salads and soups. Waters,
juices and beer are available all day.
My only criticism is about the floats which are free at the Tradewinds section of the beach- they really need to be replaced as they are starting to look shabby.
After a great day at the beach and the pool it is 'happy hour' at the Tradewinds lounge. As I previously mentioned, 6-7PM is the 'discovery hour'. Depending on what your evening plans are, you can surely make dinner from what is offered to you. We typically would have what we called our 'appetizers' there and a few cocktails and then go on to eat dinner at some of Aruba's great restaurants.Cocktails are served until 9PM.
The ambience in the Tradewinds Lounge is very friendly. We find ourselves talking to people- it is almost like an 'exclusive club'.We ran into 2 couples that we had previously met there last year.
Next I would like to mention the rooms. Nice size and quite adequate for a couple. We had a king-sized bed, sofa with a coffee table a desk where I had my laptop- as a Gold Marriott Rewards Member, I had free wifi. The bathroom has 2 sinks and a great magnifying make-up mirror. The balcony has 2 chairs and a table with a terrific view. There is also a nice-sized walk-in closet with a large safe. The Tradewinds Level is on the top floor- the 8th so naturally the views are the best in the hotel. We prefer to stay in the South Tower.
Also during our stay, Maria and Kiemisha were very helpful in the Tradewinds Lounge. There are computers in the lounge also.
. The hotel staff is great and very helpful. Alexis at la Vista ( one day we chose to eat lunch there instead of coming up to the Lounge), Cliff at the Adult Pool, Davika who I was eamailing with at reservations prior to arriving.
The Marriott is at the end of Palm Beach. I find it to be quiet and a perfect fit for my husband and I. We take taxis to any place we want to go. The taxis don't have meters but have fixed rates. As the island is only 19 miles long, it is never too costly to go anywhere. The doorman at the entrance to the hotel helps you get a taxi.
The gift shop in the hotel has all your basic needs plus some nice souvenir items. There is a 24 hour place to grab a bite in the lobby.
I am already thinking about next years trip here. Naturally , we will be on the Tradewinds Level again. It is really nice to get up in the morning and walk down the hall to have your breakfast which is served buffet style. It is great to get out of the sun for a bit to come up and have your lunch. It is easy to arrange any site-seeing or shopping around the Tradewinds schedule.
I looked forward to my evening cocktails.
In summary, as this is quite a long review, you feel very special at the Tradewinds Level. I did not mention that you must put your key in the elevator and press '8' in order to get up to this level.
It is truly a 'hotel within a hotel'- well worth the extra cost. You really do get what you pay for here.

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Room Tip: South Tower- closer to the casino and the Adult Pool
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 20, 2013

Returned from a 6 night stay at the Marriott in early December. The hotel is very well maintained. The rooms are large and the balconies don’t feel cramped. The staff is very friendly. Everyone seems to go out of their way to open a door or help out. I was concerned about the beach because other reviews had expressed concern over seaweed or the ocean seeming not up to Aruba standards. We did see a small amount on the beach half way through our stay (it comes and goes), but it didn’t create any problems during our stay. We walked the beach as far down as the Radisson and honestly didn’t notice much of a difference.
As for the room views we upgraded several levels to a premium ocean view but based on what I could see of the other rooms sight lines there are no “bad” rooms at the Marriott. They are currently constructing another hotel just to the west and I believe all the rooms on that side are discounted for “construction”. All the other rooms either face the main pool courtyard with views to the ocean or face the adult pool on the east side. Any “non-construction” room above the 3rd floor should have a pretty good view regardless of what you pay.
The Marriott is at the far end of the beach so it really is better if you have a rental car which we had. If you are going to rely on walking to eat you’ll be better off at the Radisson which has a lot more restaurants and shops in the immediate area.
We ate breakfast in the main restaurant only once and found it very expensive. Its much better to grab some juice at a store and buy pastries in the hotel lobby daily (very good and reasonably priced). Then eat out on your balcony.
All said I feel the Marriott was a good deal for the money (about 20% less than the Radisson and Hyatt which are comparable. I’d go back again.

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed January 19, 2013

This was our second trip to Aruba, we love the weather which is almost always sunny with a breeze that keeps you cool. We have stayed at the Hyatt which was very nice, although the rooms were small. This time we tried the Stellaris Resort and Casino and stayed on their Tradewinds Floor, which is adult only. The hotel is not the same grade as a Ritz, as it is a Marriott. However the Tradewinds Floor is a fantastic place if you are traveling without kids. The food throughout the day is very good and the open bar at night starts the night out nicely. The casino is not as good as the Hyatt, no craps tables at all, but the adult pool and beach area are large and very easy to find a seat at. The staff and service was always excellent and the main pool is large and in a very nice setting. Overall, it is a very nice hotel.

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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 19, 2013

My wife and I began our search last June for a 7 night vacation somewhere in the Caribbean during the month of December. After days of research on tripadvisor.com, we settled on the island of Aruba. We initially selected Bucatti because of their top Tripadvisor hotel rating. We were very interested in an adults only vacation experience. In September, I found what I thought was a pretty good vacation package at the Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. The adults only "Tradewinds sail into luxury" package included an ocean view room located on the top(8th) floor of the resort. After reading all of the positive Tradewinds reviews, we chose to spend the extra cost to upgrade and stay at the Marriott. We were so happy that we made this decision.
After a short $28 taxi ride, we were greeted in the hotel lobby and escorted to the 8th floor Tradewinds lounge to check in. Margaret welcomed us and spent the next 5 minutes educating on what to expect during our stay.
The spacious lounge with two balconies overlooking the ocean and adjacent Ritz Carlton never felt crowded during our stay. Buffet style breakfast, lunch, late afternoon snacks and heavy appetizers was included, along with unlimited soft drinks, juices, bottled water, Corona and Balashi beer. Breakfast was from 7-9. Coffee, cappuccino machine, juices, various breakfast meats, eggs, oatmeal, pastries and breads. Lunch 12-2 included a soup of the day, various small finger sandwiches, salad bar and an assortment of deserts. High tea 3-5 included fresh baked chocolate chip cookies, nut bread and mixed nuts. Cocktail hour 6-7 included two to three heavy appetizer selections along with assorted sushi rolls and deserts. Wine, champagne and most of the popular spirits were available for consumption from 6-9.
The location of the Marriott Resort is perfectly located at the northern most end of the hotels, so the beach was much quieter with fewer beach goers.
The northern most section on the beach with 12 palapas( large thatched umbrella) was reserved for tradwinds guests. The only minor draw back was the first come first serve requirement to sign in starting at 7am to reserve a palapas. The waiting line generally started forming between 6:30 and 6:45. Only 3 palapas were located on the ocean and these were always the first to be reserved. There really weren't any bad palapas locations. They were well spaced, allowing for some privacy and ocean views. We, as did all of the Tradewinds guests who spent time at the beach were treated like royalty by Hermina and her Marriott staff. Hermina would set up our chairs with two towels and hold our palapas for at least 2 hours while we ate breakfast. Two rafts would be placed by chairs upon our arrival. Hermina treated us throughout the day with cold bottled water and iced/eucalyptus scented face towels. We were free to come and go as we pleased without worrying about losing our palapas. Hermina was diligent about keeping an eye on all of our gear while we spent time in the ocean. The coral sand was bright white and very soft. The buoy marked swimming area was more than big enough to spread out while floating on the rafts. The calm ocean water was warm and silky smooth. The weather was warm and humid,however the strong tradewinds countered the humidity.
Running-The location of the Marriott is located at the north end of the high rise hotels. I would take my early morning run north to the lighthouse. The out and back route is 6 miles. I ran on the road with very little traffic. I had great views of all of the popular beach and ocean sites. The last segment of road leading up to the lighthouse was not lit. The view from the the lighthouse of both side of the island were spectacular and well worth the slight pain of running in 80+ degree temps. I carried water on all of my runs. Running on the beach is also an option, however the sand is soft and the length of beach is limited.
Adult pool-the pool with bar was very beautiful. We would often swing by late in the afternoon for the 2 for 1 happy hour drink specials. The pool area was very quite and picturesque. With drinks in hand we sat in the pool and watched the sun slowly set into the Caribbean.
Service-It's difficult to single out any one staff member for quality of service. Everyone of Marriott's staff were exceptionally friendly and accommodating.
Room and resort. We were very impressed with the cleanliness of the island and specifically the Marriott resort. The lawns, planter beds and beach area were all well maintained and in pristine condition. Our room was more than large enough for us and very clean. The room had the appearance of being recently renovated. Our king size bed and duvet was very comfortable. Internet service was free for tradewinds' guests. We were able to access the Internet throughout the resort and on the beach.
The shopping center was only a 15 minute walk or $6 cab ride from the Marriott. We chose to ride the local Arbus into ......for only $2.35 per person each way.

Room Tip: Tradewinds, Get in line early to reserve a front row palapas.
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 18, 2013

From Justina who checked us in, to Crystal who signed us up for our time share meeting, to the rest of the staff and house keeping. EVERYONE was incredibly pleasant and took the time to look us in the eye with a smile and a greeting.

ROOMS - Highly recommend a room above the 5th floor as that is just high enough to see over the palms and get a good ocean view. South tower was our preference as we wanted to stay as far away from the Ritz construction to the North of our resort (Construction noise was very minimal when we were there - even walking the beach in front of the Ritz)
Our room over looked the adult pool (Quiet) and the decks have just enough of an angle towards the ocean that you can sit outside with your honey and watch the sunset over the ocean - Fantastic!
Rooms clean and wonderful!

POOLS - We mostly stayed at the adult pool which was beautiful and relaxing (Don't forget your room key to get in and out of the pool). Though most of the pool chairs get taken by 9:30am, it never seemed too crowded. Plenty of shady spots and we always seemed lucky enough to get a pair of chairs. Our luck maybe..
- The family pool looked nice as well. Waterfalls, walk up bar, a little more crowded, but they make it work. It was more of a romantic trip for us, so we stuck with the adult pool, but both are great.

BEACH - You will probably hear about the problems getting chairs or Palapas, but if you start your day at a decent time, you can at least find a shady spot from some palms and enjoy the sand that way. We rented a palapa for two days right up front (someone had canceled theirs) and it was wonderful! You can also wait in line each day (I think around 4pm) to reserve the selected few palapas that they give out for free. They also set out a bunch of chairs in the sun right near the water and we saw people come and go throughout the day. This was the only downside to our stay under the front row palapas, as we would have loved a view of just the ocean and not people sitting in front of us, but its a busy beach and that was to be expected so we enjoyed it regardless.
At night, the beach is not too busy and you will have it to yourselves at times, but we always felt safe if we were walking to the shops or walking to dinner.

CASINO - This was probably the only downside to the Marriott for us. The place was very busy, but it seemed outdated and a little rundown. We only visited it once, but we just were not impressed. They didn't have a Craps table, which surprised us, but no biggie.

GYM - More than enough equipment and was kept in really good shape (pardon the pun).

DINING - The lobby cafe wasn't cheap, but more reasonable then most. We made it work for us though by splitting sandwiches and such as the portion sizes were decent. Nice selection. Busy at times. Good all around.
We ate our dinners away from the resort quite a bit just to check out some other places, but you could eat at the resort and find some good choices.

BARS - (at the pools and in the lobby) Drinks are pricey ($10-$11 each), but it's the Caribbean so we expected this. We did learn some fun tricks though to save some cash. Each day, each respected bar had its own happy hour where drinks were discounted or buy two for the price of one.
Bonus - if you are lounging at the adult pool and want to save some $$, take a very short walk to the neighboring Marriott (follow the path South past the outdoor pool table and life-size chess game) you will find a bar that serves frozen drinks all day for only $5 each. Nifty little trick we had fun using. Apparently, they had some construction going on, so I'm not sure how long it will last, but it is worth taking a look to see. Oh, and the drinks were excellent! CHEERS!

SHOPPING - This was a little tricky to learn, but we think we figured it out by the end of our trip. Certainly, Taxi is the easiest way to travel there ($8 - $9 per trip). Local bus would be second, but we didn't see a lot of tourists on the local bus, mostly what looked like workers going home or to work. Still felt safe and it was reasonably priced ($2.50 per trip).
We opted to walk a couple of nights. It's doable, but plan on getting a little exercise. 20-30 minutes each way. We walked the Marriott paths until we got to Moomba (the place with the music and colorful lights - you won't miss it), then took the beach down until about the Holiday inn, then took their path. If you cut through right after the Holiday Inn, you will hit your first set of shops (souvenirs, ice cream, dining), if you keep walking the beachside paths and cut through the Radisson, you will hit your second set of shops (more souvenirs, ice cream and dining). This was as far as we walked, which really wasn't horrible, but then we don't mind our long strolls at night. We picked up a lot of great gifts for friends and family for the holidays and everyone loved what they received.
Hope you have a great trip, Enjoy!

Room Tip: Rooms in the south tower are quieter. 5th - 7th floor has good ocean view. Higher numbered rooms g...
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 18, 2013

Very good resort, value for money. definitely recommend anyone. 5 star.

Location and food are excellent.

Very good service.

Plesent environment.

Wort every penny , please visit atleast once in life

Spa was wonderfuly relaxing. Lots of restaurants to choose from. Pastry/coffee shop in lobby was helpful and good for budget travellers

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed January 18, 2013

We stayed here over the week of Christmas, just my husband and myself. The resort is very typical of large chain hotels, but that doesn't mean it is without it's own charm...

Room: We had an ocean view king with a nice balcony overlooking the adult pool and the beach. 7th floor which was high enough to get a good view of the beach and water. Nice size balcony with two chairs and a table, and the room was a good size...bed on one side with a small sofa, table, and chair by the floor-to-ceiling window. The bathroom has a large walk-in closet with a huge safe (big enough for a laptop for sure.) We liked the double sinks with a middle space for cosmetics, but the tub/shower is just a typical shower/tub combo - just ok. Maid service came once a day to make up room and again in the evening to refresh towels.

Pools: We stayed at the adult pool mainly, since it was the quieter pool. I will say the towel/chair game is played to a crazy extent here, and it could be because the hotel was at full capacity (Christmas week)... you had to have your towels/stuff on the loungers by 7am or you didn't get one. Thankfully I wake up early anyway, so I was able to go down (before sunrise!) and grab two chairs each day. The only way to combat this would be for the pool attendants to allow chair reservations for an hour, and then take the towels and give the chairs to someone else. But - you have to play the 'game' the way it is, and that means getting up at the crack of dawn for a shaded chair...
The pools were well maintained and they have pool servers who walk around frequently taking drink/food orders. We ordered several drinks and were happy with the prices - around $12 per drink, not bad at all considering your surroundings.

Beach: There are lots of beach palapas, but again it's a reserve game. You can pay for some palapas, and some are free. For the free ones you must wait in line at 6am or 4pm (they release them at those times each day) but be prepared to wait. I am not a fan of waiting in line on vacation, so we just skipped the beach most of the time. It was very crowded anyway, and preferred the quiet adult pool.

Food: We had a daily breakfast buffet included in our room stay, and the buffet is done very well. They have fresh smoothies, pastries, and an omelette station. They have the usual breakfast fare: bacon, sausage, pancakes, French toast, cereal, fruit, etc. They also have eggs benedict and pressed panini sandwiches. And each day there is one hot dish that reflects the Aruban culture. We also ate one night on the beach at Simply Fish - and while the atmosphere and service is fantastic, the food is just so-so. And prices are a bit steep, so do some research. We had Christmas Eve dinner at Ruth' Chris - which was fabulous (as always.) We weren't sure if the quality would be the same...but it is. A wonderful experience and superb food - yes you can get it in the States so it's not that "special" but if you want a good steak dinner on the resort, it can't be beat.

The Marriott is a very nice property - a little large, and a little crowded at peak times, but overall a good experience. Just be prepared for the pool chair game - and go in to win, ha!

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: L.G. Smith Boulevard 101, Palm - Eagle Beach, Aruba
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Location: Caribbean > Aruba > Palm - Eagle Beach
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