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Divi Aruba All Inclusive

J E Irausquin Boulevard #45, Oranjestad Aruba
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
  • Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff
Updated 08/27/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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Updated 08/27/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#7 of 15 hotels in Oranjestad
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The mile-long beach is just the start. Enjoy breezy, sunny days strolling along the shore or relaxing pool side with a cocktail. The Divi Aruba is a refuge of relaxation, do as little or as much as you like. The atmosphere is laid-back both day and night. There are activities ranging from pool volleyball, to snorkeling to sunfish sailing. The nights heat up with theme shows including carnival, limbo and salsa dance lessons. Select from a variety of restaurants, bars and lounges, most right by the water's edge. All Inclusive Amenities: • All meals and snacks throughout the day at your choice of 10 dining options • Unlimited beverages at 8 bars • Guest accommodations just steps from the sand • Accommodations with a patio or balcony • Four freshwater pools • Non-motorized water sports • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Bikes (child, youth and adult sizes) • Lit tennis courts for night play • Divi Winds Sports Center with 30-foot rock climbing wall and fitness center • Taxes and service charges
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J E Irausquin Boulevard #45, Oranjestad Aruba
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Debbi D wrote a review Sep 10
Arlington, Massachusetts1 contribution1 helpful vote
Our room was a section named "Beachside" now that's funny, it was very old and patched together, the bathroom was tiny with a 1/2 blocked shower so water goes all over the floor. They leave a candle with a book of matches on the counter because, I assume, it is for you to try and mask the overwhelming smell of mold/sewerage is overwhelming. The electrical connections are iffy. There was a power strip sitting in a puddle of water from a broken a/c that was "fixed" one day and broke and left water all over the floor again the next. Had to leave said connection draped on a chair. I can go on and on. BUT the must unbelievable situation was the food, totally inedible. The buffet is plagued with flies in/on the food. Went to 3 different restaurants and each time the meat was not fit to eat, tough unchewable ( how do you make pork tenderloin tough), soggy overcooked veggies. Spent $800 eating out (4 of us) the last two days. The beach which was beautiful with white sand, impossible to go in the water though. There is a steep drop and about 6 feet of dead coral to try and walk over It was neck deep when you got past the coral field and I am 5'6" . If I wasn't traveling with another couple I would have left after the 1st night . There is more but you get the gist. I have been to Aruba 30 times and if this had been my 1st visit I would never had gone back to the Island.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Sandra C wrote a review Sep 9
Colts Neck, New Jersey125 contributions138 helpful votes
I visited 15 years ago with my then teenaged daughter, and returned with my adult son. Please SCROLL DOWN FOR HELPFUL HINTS if you are staying at the Divi. The property has been very well maintained/updated. The room was clean and comfortable. We were in the Vista section, 2nd floor of a 4 storey building overlooking one of the pools. No noise whatsoever in the evening. Previous reviewers commented on loud obnoxious music played by the main pool but that issue must have been addressed. We heard mellow calypso/reggae for the most part. Druif Beach, where the Divi is located, is absolutely spectacular: fine white sand, warm turquoise water. I had no problem finding a beach sunbed, although umbrellas were not always free by late morning. Note: there is nothing to see snorkeling-wise off the beach of the resort so I regretted bringing my mask and fins. I would rate the food as very good. Breakfast in the main restaurant was excellent with anything you can imagine cooked to order. We had a late, big breakfast each day and usually got a lunch of pizza, sandwich, etc. The spaghetti carbonara at the Sandpiper Bar was particularly delicious. Each evening except the first we went to a specialty restaurant. Paparazzi (Italian) was so-so (but we are Italian so more picky than most). Ginger (Asian) was excellent with lots of options, we ate there twice. All the others were very good. Some dishes were especially tasty, others missed the mark. NOW FOR IMPORTANT, USEFUL TIPS I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME BEFORE THIS VISIT. The resort has filtered, chilled water dispensers all over the property but to really enjoy them bring a thermos style water bottle from home (they give you a cheap plastic bottle but the water gets warm immediately). Also bring a reusable straw as straws are banned on the island and those frozen drinks really need a straw to enjoy them properly. The bathroom is stocked with high quality Aruba Aloe dispensers (body wash and shampoo). All guests regardless of sex should bring a bath puff to froth up the body wash. There is no proper conditioner or any body lotion, so be sure to pack those. Be sure to download the Divi app for your phone. This will permit you to make dinner reservations starting at about 7/8 pm for 2 days out plus reserve time at the gym. For those who prefer talking to the concierge you can get up at 8 am and go down to the lobby to sign up (but you're on vacation!) Each person gets one beach towel per day and they keep tabs on when you change it, BUT we discovered the pool by our room provided rolled up royal blue towels no one inventoried. If you see a rolled towel, that sunbed is not reserved, it's waiting for you! The resort Wi-Fi was very good in our room and around the main pool. Coverage was non-existent at the pool near our room and spotty on the beach and in the restaurants (both at Divi & Tamarinjd). There is a shuttle that runs all day long to the Tam, but it is only a 10 minute stroll (not nearly as far as you think). You can walk along a paved path next to the road or one near the beach. Be aware: the gym, the watersports and the bike place are all at the Tam. There is a bike/snorkeling trip once a week to Boca Catalina, Zumba (pure latin dance but only 30 min class) once a week, and yoga twice a week (at the Divi). For some reason no guests attend Zumba or yoga, don't know why not as they were both very good. Bring CASH with you. Aruban taxis do NOT accept credit cards and the rate each way to the hotel is $30 plus tip. Tipping at the resort is not expected, being all-inclusive, but many guests routinely passed bills to bartenders, waiters, bellmen, etc. At this resort it is permitted (at some other resorts it is grounds for firing). Be aware that the hotel will accept AmEx to pay for your room but the hotel shop and many tour operators will not accept it so bring a Visa/Mastercard as well. As of August 2021 masks were required in the hotel lobby and upon entering restaurants so don't forget to pack them. Also, Aruba banned all dancing (due to high infection rates) and issued a 10 pm curfew (which means stay on the property and you will be fine after 10 pm, but NOT on the beach which is public land). The Covid test you need to return to the US costs $50 (no AmEx for this) and is done at the adjacent Divi Golf Resort (across the street from the Tam). Easy peasy but you need an appointment.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Sara I wrote a review Sep 8
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Just returned from my first Aruba adventure for my honeymoon. Husband and I had an overall great experience. The Divi was a good part of that, and this property can work for family, romantic, or fun getaways! Very clean, relaxed property with good food/drinks and friendly, efficient service! We never had to wait for anything and could always find a spot on the beach in the morning. I think the biggest sell for the Divi is its beach - breathtaking and felt very private, away from the high rise busyness. The property is just a little dated, and doesn't have all the wow factor elegance that some other resorts do in Aruba, but you are steps from the beautiful private beach almost everywhere you go on the property. If you're a beach lover, this is a great place to be. If you're more into the elegance and nightlife, might want to check out another spot. Hope this helps out!
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Date of stay: September 2021
Cynthia K. wrote a review Sep 6
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We absolutely love this property and had another amazing time last week. A huge shout out to Sheeba, our dinner reservations coordinator, who helped us book in advance and surprised me with a delicious treat on my birthday. She is such a gracious and professional young lady. We also appreciated the wonderful front desk crew who were awesome with our special requests, as well as the housecleaning team who kept our room spotless. Hats off to the bellmen who greeted us immediately with a warm welcome and big smiles. You all made our experience top notch! The Divi Aruba is a friendly place, a fun place, and the very best place for relaxing right on the beach. Another plus was that our Covid testing prior to returning to the States was done on property and was super quick and easy. We are already planning our return in January and intend to stay longer. A huge thank you to everyone at the Divi Aruba All Inclusive for making our stay so awesome!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Room Tip: We love the convenience of staying in a room on the first floor and just walking out to the beach.
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VCA_0418 wrote a review Sep 6
12 contributions1 helpful vote
It would have been nice if we had been notified that the Tamarijn was closed and guest would be staying at the Divi. The Divi was ok. Nothing made me love it or hate it. Most of the staff were friendly and accommodating. For some that was not the case: seemed as though it hurt their feelings to do the minimal. The man and woman that did music and entertainment were funny and made the evenings fun. Rooms were clean. The food for the most part was mediocre to school cafeteria poor; however some was pretty good. It was more of a hassle getting reservations for dinner as restaurants were closed and they would say it’s going to be open the next day and then not be open. We left the all inclusive that we paid for because we didn’t want to dinner at the same place yet one more night as the menus are limited. Another big annoyance for me was the bird poop on the chairs and loungers under the cabanas. Would have liked it if they wiped those things down multiple times  per day. PLUS isn’t there a rule about cleaning during a pandemic. Also it would have been nice if more than 3 of the cabanas had coverage/ roof to block rain. Sounds like a lot of complaints, but it was not a horrible experience. I would stay here again after I have tried other locations first. Wasn’t wowed and nothing felt above and beyond or special.  
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Divi Aruba All Inclusive
Which popular attractions are close to Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Nearby attractions include Druif Beach (0.2 miles), Alhambra Casino (0.1 miles), and Master of the Mind - Guy Bavli (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ike's Bistro, Omakase Sushi Bar, and Matthew's Beachside Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and fitness classes during their stay.
Does Divi Aruba All Inclusive have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Divi Aruba All Inclusive offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including Spanish and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Divi Aruba All Inclusive?
Many travelers enjoy visiting The Antilla (4.8 miles), Fort Zoutman Historical Museum (2.2 miles), and Old Dutch Windmill (2.0 miles).