My husband and I recently took a vacation to the Ritz in Aruba and the service was amazing! Although the rooms are pricey, they are extremely clean and the amenities are great. The breakfast buffet was tremendous. The staff was overly friendly and the security great as well. If you are planning on taking a vacation with children, I would not recommend this Ritz as I think children would be bored. Overall, our experience was excellent and would recommend. We also used Nikki Sterling from Tripguy.com who made sure we had a special treat in our room for our anniversary with a card waiting for us. She also handled transportation to and from the airport which saved us an added stress. Even during our vacation, she emailed to check in to make sure everything was great. The only downfall was the last night when we got back from the casino, there was no running water until the next morning. We complained and spoke to the front desk who in turn, comped the night! Although a bit of an inconvenience at that price, the hotel did the right thing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba's 320 stylish guestrooms, including 55 suites, all boast private balconies with sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea and design elements that blends the island's relaxed aesthetic with incomparable Ritz-Carlton character. Two Ritz-Carlton suites deliver panoramic oceanfront views with outdoor showers, while the expansive Club Lounge sits atop the building on the seventh floor with 34 rooms and an endless array of cuisine, beverages and personal service throughout the day to a backdrop of Aruba's extraordinary seascape framed by floor to ceiling glass windows. For an unrivalled retreat of relaxation and pampering, The Ritz-Carlton Spa will be the largest on the island revealing a 15,000 square foot tranquil oasis complemented by 13 intimate treatment rooms, salon, boutique and a variety of naturally-influenced indigenous services. Signature island-inspired treatments incorporate the natural elements of Sky, Water, Earth and Fire, infused with locally grown ingredients native to the island of aloe, coconut and cactus, all enhanced by the healing components of herbs and rich earth minerals. The hotel's culinary offerings display a selection of four savory fine dining experiences that reflect Aruba's oceanfront backdrop coupled with authentic dishes and rich flavors. Madero Argentinian Grill features an assortment of specialty cocktails, light bites and poolside seating overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Solanio offers an all-day trattoria with outdoor terrace seating or dramatic open-air kitchen views, Les Crustaces pays homage to impeccably prepared seafood in a fine dining setting, while hand-crafted cocktails and flavorful small bites are presented at Divi Bar & Lounge, the resort's lobby lounge bar named for Aruba's wind swept Divi Divi trees unique to Oranjestad and the island. The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba introduces exceptional meeting, corporate retreat, and special event space with a selection of indoor and outdoor venues, including a 7,500 square foot ballroom divisible into three salons, three meeting rooms and a selection of outdoor locations, including poolside decks, manicured lawns and a beachside reception area. The beach resort also features a 24-hour 15,000 square foot vibrant casino in an island paradise paired with an assortment of casino games ranging from traditional table favorites to over 300 slot machines. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba Palm - Eagle Beach