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Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba
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“Wonderful Week at Bucuti”
Reviewed October 30, 2006

Wonderful Week at Bucuti Beach
Date: October 22 - October 29, 2006
We are just back from a wonderful weeks stay at the Bucuti Beach Resort on Eagle Beach in Aruba. Everything was wonderful. My wife and I were in the Tara Suites and our son and daughter were in the newly refurbished Bucuti Wing. Both rooms were great. We found them to be clean and bright and daily Housekeeping was great. We had no issues what so ever with any type of bugs. As has been reported, we occassionally needed to empty the de-humidifier in our Tara Suite room, but this was not an issue for us. There was a slightly musty smell the Sunday we checked in, but it quickly disappeared and we did not notice it the rest of the week. It was mainly in the stairwell of the Tara Building. We did not see any mold or mildew anywhere.
The beach is beautiful and never crowded. There are more than enough Palapala's for the rooms and we always had loungers and shade. The weather was perfect - warm but with a nice breeze.
We enjoyed the beach service, for drinks one day and for lunch on another occasion. Our 2 dinners at the Pirates Nest were good, but not as outstanding as some of the other restaurants on the island. This is an area that could be improved upon.
The staff at the Sand Bar were efficient and friendly and we enjoyed it here.
The pool is nothing to speak of, but the manager explained to us that starting in January they will be completely redesigning it. It should be completed in mid February. He showed us architects renderings and it looks really nice.
In February they are also adding Room Service for all meals as an amenity. And in March they will be enclosing and air conditioning the Pirates Nest restaurant. They will keep their outdoor seating area, but guests will have a choice in the future.
We ate twice at Pizza Bob's, across the driveway and we enjoyed it very much. Good Pizza, good food and good service. On Saturday they had live music that was very good.
We ate at the French Steakhouse next door at the Manchebo resort and we were very disappointed. Only marginal food and awful service.. We also ate at Madamme Janette's which was wonderful. It is a restaurant on par with any big city restaurant in the US. It was wonderful.
We also had lunch at Iguana Joe's which was good and fun, as well as Charlies Bar in San Nicholas. The shrimp and beer were good, but expensive.
Bucuti is a wonderful small resort. It is quiet, as we desired, but a short cab ride away from the action if you wish. They have a niche market they target, and they do this job well. According to their manager we talked with, they have no desire to grow above the 104 rooms they have, but they will continue to make enhancements to the resort.
We will definitely return for another wonderful week in the future.

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Reviewed October 29, 2006

My husband and I were very happy with our decision to stay in the Tara Suites wing of the Bucuti Beach Resort. We stayed in a suite on the first floor which we loved because we had an awesome view of the ocean and direct access to the beach. The beach outside of our room was beautiful, quiet and very relaxing. We loved that we could stick a flag in the sand to signal to the wait staff that we wanted a drink or a bite to eat. We ate burgers, fries and frozen margheritas on the beach one day -the food was surprisingly good, the portions big and we were pleasantly surprised at how reasonably priced it was (we expected beach service to be much more expensive and food quality to be only fair).

Our room was very comfortable - nicely decorated (modern), clean and spacious. The staff at Bucuti were friendly and helpful - especially the concierge. The resort is quiet because it is relatively small and there are no kids.

Bucuti shows a movie on the beach every Wednesday and Saturday night. The movies they showed while we were there weren't that great but we went one night anyway just because it was fun to watch a movie and drink champagne on the beach.

A "romantic dinner" was included in our honeymoon package. The food was good but not the best - we had much better meals at other restaurants on the Island. All in all the romantic dinner was nice - it is private and the setting is beautiful. On the downside, our waiter was a little too talkative for our liking and a bit slow in serving the courses. We had a dinner on the beach at Azul - a restaurant in the hotel that used to be the Wyndam - I think it is now called the Aruba Grand. The food there is much better than at Bucuti's Pirate's Nest however the setting isn't as private and the cost is $60 per person.

Bucuti is situated close to a casino and a few places to eat. The bus stop is walking distance so it is easy and cheap to get a bus downtown or to the high-rise resort area where there are more restaurants and casinos.

A lot of people on this site mention that the pool at Bucuti is terrible -- and it is, but WHO CARES when you have a fantastic beach! If you plan on spending time at the pool - don't go to Aruba : )

In summary: We loved it and would definately stay at the Tara Suites again!

  • Liked — access to the beach
  • Disliked — only 3 computers available for guests to use
  • Tips/Secrets — take the bus rather than a cab - it is easy and cheap
  • Stayed October 2006, traveled as a couple
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Indianapolis, IN
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Reviewed October 26, 2006

We stayed at the Bucuti (10/20/06 - 10/24/06) and loved every minute at the hotel. The beach at the Bucuti is the best I have ever been too. This was a very relaxing vacation with lots of time spent on the beach. The water was clear and warm with lots of sun. We used PF50 sunscreen and still got burnt.

The hotel accommodated us in every way. We had a problem with the AC and called the front desk, the technician showed up within 5 minutes and fixed the problem. The management staff was always looking for ways to help make our stay better.

The food was good, but the service at dinner was a bit slow. It seemed as though the waiter had too many tables to service. We had breakfast and lunch most days and it was excellent.

The sunsets are spectacular and everyone took time to watch each evening. This was a very romantic setting and we saw several weddings on the beach during our stay.

The Bucuti is wonderful.

  • Liked — Size of rooms, beach location
  • Disliked — Price for food is high.
  • Tips/Secrets — Go to Pizza Bob's, it was fun and they have great Pizza
  • Stayed October 2006, traveled as a couple
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Gloucester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 25, 2006

We have just returned from two weeks in the Tara Wing at the Bucuti Beach Hotel and what a superb choice it turned out to be. It gave us just about everything we wanted. We were looking for a relaxing break and that is just what we got, no hassle, no beach sellers, no entertainment team trying to persuade us to play volleyball every five minutes, no water sports and a beautiful white beach with blue skies and blue sea. Perfect.

The Tara suites have only recently been built and cannot really be faulted although the “no smoking policy” is something of a pain – smoking is not permitted anywhere in the Tara block, not even on the balconies - so beware if you are a smoker. The Bucuti wing, however, does allow smoking on the balconies at least so, if you are a smoker and you don’t think you can survive in a totally non smoking environment, then the Tara Suites are not for you although you can always do what we did, grit your teeth and bear it. You do get used to it after a while and it’s probably worth it if only for the beautiful sea view and the sunsets. The suites are nicely furnished and the enormous bed very comfortable. Criticism of housekeeping is unfounded in our experience and if the dehumidifier fills up then you empty it – on some days, when it is particularly humid, they could be emptied in the morning and full again by evening and it isn’t that much of a chore. If you actually wanted someone to come and do it for you then I am sure that the concierge would arrange it.

The Concierges, of whom there are several, are helpful in the extreme and did everything they possibly could to make our stay as enjoyable and hassle free as possible, from booking restaurants and the hire of a Jeep to liasing with Susan, one of the owners, to arrange a late checkout time on our last day which meant that we could enjoy a final day on the beach as our airport pick-up wasn’t until 18.20. There is nothing worse than hanging around a hotel all day in the clothes in which you’re going to travel, even if you might get use of a courtesy room, and Monique in this case made sure that we didn’t have that problem. They actually do make you feel special, as though you are their only guest.

The beach is beautiful white sand with the sun beds spaced far enough apart to mean that we couldn’t hear conversations from the beds around us, and the red flag drinks service from the Sandbar is generally prompt and friendly. It is a bit disappointing that the beach shelves quite steeply, although not dangerously, in parts but that is hardly Bucuti’s fault and who really cares anyway. The sea is lovely, all the different shades of Caribbean blues and constantly changing dependant on the sun and clouds, clouds which are sometimes a welcome relief from the heat! And there are no hotel water sports, no-one constantly trying to talk you onto a jet-ski or banana boat, and Bucuti do an excellent job of somehow discouraging the jet-skis from further down the beach. The Sandbar is generally very good, both Marena and Juan Carlos knew what our regular drinks were within a couple of days and the pair of them, Marena in particular, never stop. She seems to be almost a permanent feature and is forever cleaning and tidying her bar and the pair of them are always cheerful.

With the benefit of hindsight we made a mistake by opting for the dine-around plan, pre-purchased vouchers which can be used in a number of restaurants. It seemed like a good idea at the time but it does limit the options as, in relative terms, not that many restaurants actually subscribe. This means that you either dine in those who do subscribe, some of which are very good like Gasparitos and Le Dome, and miss out on the likes of The Flying Fishbone, Que Passe and Madame Jeanette, or effectively end up paying twice, once for the unused (and non-refundable) voucher and once on the night. This, we hasten to add, is not the fault of Bucuti but our mistake. Think twice before electing for dine-around, it is not necessarily as good an idea as it seems. The restaurants mentioned we would thoroughly recommend and we also heard good reports on Papiamento, and Mirandi. For us Cuba’s Cookin’ and Bella Luna left a little to be desired, like the Pirates Nest, not quite up to scratch. In general terms the quality of the restaurants on the island is excellent but there are really so many to choose from and I am inclined to think that the quality can vary slightly from one night to the next, our second meal at Gasparitos, for example was not as good as the first for some reason.

We rented a Jeep for three days which got us around the island and was good fun, especially in the National Park where we were able to go places that a car couldn’t. We, too, failed to find the Natural Pool, although we do know a couple who did and, apparently, we didn’t miss much. A rental car of some sort is a must if you want to explore the island and it is worth seeing, but don’t expect too much by way of road signs! Having said that the island is so small that it doesn’t really matter, you will always end up back where you started eventually provided, that is, that you don’t run out of fuel – there are not that many filling stations – even if you drive past the same place half a dozen times. Driving standards in general are not too bad although there is a high beam culture at night and a tendency to drive in the middle of the road especially, we were told, after a few Balashi and when it rains, as it did for a couple of days when we were there, the roads disappear under standing water as the drainage system is not so much inadequate as non existent. Of course we were out in the Jeep on the first day of rain with the roof down. Drowned rats is the phrase that springs to mind but it’s fun, the rain is warm and, once it stops and the sun comes out, everything dries in a few minutes.

There are, of course, things that perhaps could be improved but nothing really significant from our point of view.
Our main criticism would probably be of the Pirates Nest as a restaurant which, unfortunately, does not quite come up to scratch in comparison to others, to the point where we actually only dined there twice. (P.S. Why do some people come to dinner looking as though they’ve just wandered in off the beach? This is a comment which mainly applies to men who so often look as though they just can’t be bothered to make an effort when their partner has taken the trouble to dress up. This is probably just me but a smart casual dress code wouldn’t hurt, even though it is predominantly a deck restaurant)
We were disappointed on our arrival, having been up for something like 21 hours, to find that there was no room service but Toine, the duty concierge, ordered us an excellent Pizza from Bob’s and, on reflection, that first night was probably the only time we would have used room service anyway so it’s not really of any consequence and the Pizza was very good indeed.
The pool isn’t up to much, but we are beach people rather than pool people so that doesn’t really matter either, and we understand that it is acknowledged as not in keeping with the rest of the hotel and will be redeveloped in the near future.
The inclusive cold breakfast served in the Tara lounge is not special, in fact it’s disappointing, and we were particularly annoyed on one occasion to be told that we could not take two bananas and pairs away, more by the “job’s worth” attitude than anything else.
Service in the Sandbar can be a bit “hit or miss” dependant upon who is on duty – if it isn’t the excellent Marena or Juan Carlos then you can wait some time for a drink, for no really apparent reason.

But these really are very minor criticisms. The Bucuti is, quite simply, wonderful. It is small enough to be personal and undoubtedly services a niche market, i.e. those of us who don’t want screaming children running around all day, don’t want to play beach games or indulge in water sports and don’t necessarily want to be entertained at night, preferring a leisurely dinner and then a quiet drink at the bar with new friends. The Tara Suites are very well appointed with some stunning views of the sunsets, the staff are friendly, attentive when you want them to be and helpful in the extreme, the beach is as good as it gets and the whole atmosphere one of peace and quiet. It just all works so well together. It gave us virtually everything that we were looking for. It is actually not far from being perfect, almost to the point where it would be quite difficult to improve but very easy to spoil.

Thank you, Bucuti, for a wonderful two weeks.

  • Liked — The beach and the ambience
  • Disliked — The Pool
  • Tips/Secrets — Don't do dine around
  • Stayed October 2006, traveled as a couple
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Providence, Rhode Island
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Reviewed October 19, 2006

My husband and I stayed in the Tara Suites (Room 324) at the Bucuti on our honeymoon from 10/9/06 - 10/19/06. We had an excellent time and really enjoyed the gorgeous balcony and the beautiful beach.

We did not have any problems with tiny little bugs in the room or air conditioning as some people have previously posted. We did have to empty our own dehumidifiers a few times, but I didn't mind it. There was a very slight musty odor when we first arrived, but this seemed to disapate during our stay (or maybe I just got used to it). The housekeeping staff was great - they washed our dishes for us and always gave us plenty of clean towels.

The beach and the rooms like just like the pictures - it is truly beautiful, and there were always plenty of palapas available.

My husband and I rented a jeep and spent about $75 at the grocery store the first day to pick up 48 beers, bread, cold cuts, fruit, soda, bottled water, and assorted snacks. We also purchased a small styrofoam cooler so we could bring cold beer to the beach with us each day - that definitely saved us some $$ in the long run as we didn't have to purchase them from the beach attendents.

The concierge staff, especially Bonny, were pretty helpful. We upgraded our included snorkel trip to snuba and they booked us several dinner reservations and other activities. I have to disagree with the previous poster regarding the Flying Fishbone - it was one of the best restaurants on the island, and I don't think the food was overpriced at all. The nicer restaurants on the island tend to run about $125-$150 with wine and tip for two people, which is comparable to most big city american restaurants. I also highly recommend Madame Janette's and Le Dome.

My only criticisms of the Bucuti, and why I give it only 4 stars instead of 5, are:
1. The Pirate's Nest needs to be updated and the staff better trained
2. The pool needs work
3. On a few occassions there were no beach towels available
4. there is no room service.

I highly recommend the Bucuti for a relaxing beach vacation.

  • Liked — Best beach in Aruba
  • Disliked — Pirates Nest could use some improvements
  • Tips/Secrets — Rent a car when going to Flying fishbone, eat at Pizza Bob's & Madame Janette's
  • Stayed October 2006, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 16, 2006

My wife and I spent our honeymoon at the Bucuti from 10/2-10/9/06 in the Penthouse suite in the Tara Wing and it was perfect. We did some research and decided to come to Aruba because it was outside of the hurricane belt and the weather was great. It did not rain the entire time we were in Aruba. It was windy but the wind was very welcome. At points when the wind stopped, it was actually too hot to be outside so the wind kept us cool. We found that most of the couple's at the Bucuti were also honeymooners so it made for great conversations about weddings, etc. We stayed in the Penthouse suite which was very nice but it was probably too much for just 2 people. We didn't need that much space because we didn't spend much time in our room anyway. The next time I would probably just get a regular room in the Tara wing.

Breakfast in the Tara Lounge wasn't great but it served it's purpose and held you over until lunch time. We did walk up the beach one day to the Aruba club and had a nice hot breakfast by the beach. Lunches at the Pirate's nest were good but not a great selection. We also did the dinner on the beach. The setting was fantastic, and although the food wasn't the best we had in Aruba, it was definitely worth it. I would definitely recommend El Goucho's (great steaks) and Pizza Bob's.

I hear complaints about the pool but we never even went to the pool becuase the beach is sooo nice.

If we had any complaint it would be that everything on the island is so expensive. The first day we got on the island, we went to the gift shop at the Bucuti to pick up a few things for our room and it cost us $60 for an 18 pack of Balashi (the local beer, good stuff) a 6 pack of Sprite and 2 bags of chips. We learned our lesson and went to the grocery store the next day to pick up some items for lunches and snacks. The grocery stores are much more reasonable than the Bucuti gift shop but it was still pretty expensive.

All in all, Aruba was great and we definitely plan on coming back. It was the perfect relaxing honeymoon and was perfect to relieve all of the stress from planning a wedding for the last 1 1/2 years. The service wasn't always the fastest but it was ok because you are on vacation and in Aruba!

  • Liked — The beach and the friendliness of all of the people
  • Disliked — Prices for food and drinks were very expensive
  • Tips/Secrets — Frank's tour was great and well worth the money.
  • Stayed October 2006, traveled as a couple
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Rhode Island
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 17 helpful votes
Reviewed October 11, 2006

My husband and I stayed at the Bucuti for our honeymoon from 9/23 - 9/30/06 and would highly recommend it to others as a wonderful choice for a very relaxing, peaceful honeymoon! The staff a Bucuti was fantastic as were the rooms! I do agree with some of the previous posts that the housekeeping was not quite up to par, but depending on how you feel about certain things, it didn't really bother us that much. Occassionally, we would have to empty out the dehumidifiers, etc., but we didn't think that was a big deal. The beach was fantastic as was the food at the Pirate's Nest! I have read previous negative reviews about the food, but neither my husband nor I ever ordered anything we were disappointed with. Other places we ate that I would recommend were the French Steakhouse at the Manchebo next door to Bucuti, El Gauchos and Pizza Bob's. I would NOT recommend the Flying Fishbone. We ate there based on rave reviews that we found, but we both thought that the food was mediocre at best and way overpriced. The atmosphere was amazing...we literally ate dinner with our feet in the water, but it wasn't worth the money spent. We rented a Jeep for a day and went exploring, which I highly recommend, but will warn you that we found road signs to be pretty scarce! All in all, it didn't really matter because the island is so small, but we never did make it to the Natural Pool! If a relaxing, unhurried vacation is what you're looking for, definitely consider Aruba and the Bucuti Resort! Just don't forget your sunscreen!!

  • Liked — The beach and views
  • Disliked — nothing
  • Stayed September 2006, traveled as a couple
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Property: Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba
Address: L.G. Smith Boulevard 55 B, Palm - Eagle Beach, Aruba
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Location: Caribbean > Aruba > Palm - Eagle Beach
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Hotel Class:4 star — Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba 4*
Number of rooms: 104
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This adults-only, romantic resort, located on Aruba's spacious and beautiful Eagle Beach, is award-winning and owner-operated. The 4-star and 4-diamond resort receives high satisfaction ratings and recognition that includes #1 Hotel for Romance in the Caribbean 2017, Top 3 Beach Destinations in the World, Conde Nast Gold List, and Green Globe High Achievement Award. Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is eco-friendly and offers a tranquil boutique experience with friendly service. The intimate atmosphere is exclusive and relaxing to couples seeking tranquility and romantic experiences. No groups and no all-inclusive packages available. Two top restaurants available on property and romantic beach dining. Breakfast is free daily.Resort's website offers you the Best Available Rate including all taxes and fees, free breakfast and free WiFi. (Not all-inclusive) ... more   less 
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