Since there are quite a lot of reviews stating how nice La Cabana is, I am going to give you some hints that I wish I had known before we hit the Island. We packed as much dry goods as we could to help on the food expense and just had to go to the market just once for the whole week. We decided not to rent a car and used public transportation for the week. A taxi is $25.00 from the airport to the resort, $25.00 back. The rest of the week we used the bus, which was very cheap. The resort offers a meal plan, you have to ask for it at the desk as it is not advertised. Every place accepts USD, but I would take as many smaller bills and coinage that you can to cut down on Arubian money that you may receive in change. Of course, we used whatever Arubian change we received as our tip for the cleaning staff. We didn't want to pay for internet, so we would take our iPod touches and laptops down by the swimming area and got onto the Manor's network. It was just enough to keep in touch with the US. This was our first time going but it won't be the last. Next time, we will have a better idea of what to bring and what to do.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Full service, mixed use 449 room hotel/vacation ownership casino resort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Cabana Beach And Racquet Club
- La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club Hotel Oranjestad
- La Cabana Beach Resort & Casino Aruba/Palm - Eagle Beach