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Palm Beach offers a multitude of resorts, restaurants, beaches and activities for all. I've visited Aruba 4x and always enjoyed Palm Beach. Best to do your research to pick the right hotels with your type of amenities and activities. I highly recommend Palm Beach, Aruba.
Very nice beach. White sand, beautiful water. Right by all the hotels/shopping/restaurants. It’s probably the most crowded beach on the island but there is plenty to do-rent chairs under a hut, floats, jet skis etc. Good food/drinks right on the beach.
As I have shared on other reviews of beaches all over the world, rating beaches depends on your personal interests and lifestyle. While we made sure to visit Palm and Eagle on this trip we knew the popularity of these beaches would make them less...More
Response from Patricia C | Reviewed this property |
The cost by taxi to Palm Beach will probably be around $25 each way. You will need chairs and to rent an umbrella because the sun is strong. Weather in Aruba is very stable.....sunny, breezy, warm. Enjoy!
Response from curious-I | Reviewed this property |
We spent 3 marvelous days in The Boardwalk, it's a small boutique hotel a stone throw from the famous Palm Beach. It's super cozy, beautifully landscaped with exceptional stylish apartments on 2 floors. The hotel has a... More
We spent 3 marvelous days in The Boardwalk, it's a small boutique hotel a stone throw from the famous Palm Beach. It's super cozy, beautifully landscaped with exceptional stylish apartments on 2 floors. The hotel has a private strip of the beach with Palapas and beach chairs for free (with a booking system) at a 5 min. walk (you cross the main road along the beach). The price was not budget, but about the best we could find.
Where are some good places to listen to music after dinner on Palm Beach (besides Sopranos)?
February 10, 2014|
What type of music are you interested in?
Dreams Palm Beach to Bavaro Beach (1 Replies)
Hi everyone We are staying at the DPB in Nov and would like to visit the Bavaro Beach with a view to staying in one of those hotels another year. What is the best way to get there? Is there a water taxi? If we wanted to pitch on Bavaro beach for the day would there be anywhere to get drinks or use the toilets?? Thanks
March 27, 2012|
public transportation (4 Replies)
The last time I was in Aruba we used the bus to go downtown and explore-it was guick and affordable. I'll be going back next month and was wondering if there is a bus to get to/from the airport? (staying near Eagle/Palm Beach in the low rises). Also, is there a bus that will go to the grocery stores or at least close enough to walk? I think it was called Hong Ling or something "and sons". Thanks.
November 28, 2009|
There are bus stops at various locations in the low rise area. I know of three: In front of Costa Linda; adjacent to Alhambra Casino and in front of Amsterdam Manor. Just thought of another - in front of Tamarijn. All go downtown and to the grocery stores - Ling & Sons and Hong King. You can easily walk from Tamarijn to the grocery stores. The buses do not run to/from the airport. Taxi is easiest and quickest.