The Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive Suites pair a peaceful nature with the convenience of a bigger sister hotel next door.
Tucked within tropical gardens behind the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive, these suites are granted easy access to the white sands of Druif Beach, as well as the sister hotel’s restaurants, bars and spa.
You can make yourself at home in the suites. They’re decorated in colourful Caribbean fashion. And they come with living and dining spaces, as well as kitchens, so you’ve got the freedom to cook your own meals.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner from 9 restaurants - 4 at Divi Aruba, 5 at Tamarijn Aruba. Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from 7 bars - 3 in Divi Aruba and 4 in Tamarijn. Snacks at set times.
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With sunbeds and towels.
Ginger Asian à la carte restaurant
If you're looking for something a bit different, head to this place and take your pick from a range of contemporary Asian fusion dishes. Chinese, Japanese, seafood and vegetarian dishes are also on the menu.
At the Divi Aruba. Pamper yourself with a selection of treatments including body wraps, massages, manicures and pedicures.
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1 Bedroom Apartment with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace
These rooms come with a king-size bed and a sofa-bed in the lounge area. They come with air-conditioning and a balcony or terrace with views overlooking the garden.
Studio with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace
These rooms come with a king-size bed and a sofa-bed. They come with air-conditioning and either have a balcony or terrace with views overlooking the garden.
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Amazing Resort for Quieter times
This is my first time to Aruba and I️ absolutely love the Divi Golf and Beach Resort. We chose to go a cheaper option and not do all inclusive. Nearly every room has poolside access and spas at the pool as well. The rooms are large. We had a full kitchen and washer and dryer inside our room. BBQ grills are available at differently locations near the rooms and the BBQ are cleaned daily. A large IGA grocery store is less than 800m from the room so it’s a quick walk for anything you might need. Food prices are more expensive in Aruba then Canada, but that’s to be expected when everything is imported on this desert island. The staff have al been extremely kind and are always smiling. This resort is on a large property with a large pristine beach steps away from the resort, and Divi has a lot of cabanas and pool chairs on the pristine beach. Overall it is a full resort without being overcrowded and noisy like many resorts are. If you want to enjoy a noisier area, the large resorts and high rises are a little ways down on Palm Beach. Love this place.More
Well kept resort
My room was well kept, very clean and most important, The AC worked great..This resort maintains the grounds very well, food is very good and service is good as well, The pool areas are kept in great shape all day long no Issues with getting lounge chairs and the beach area is very spacious. If you want to really relax, this we be a good fit.More
First time here. The weather is great. Divi golf could use some more shuttles to get us around. Had to wait and after 15 minutes I walked. Taking the bus was easy. Taxis were always different prices to the same place, they charge according to the day and time of day. Bugaloo was the place to party. Unfortunately we only had two nights there due to renovations. We weren't far from shopping and the infinite pool was great. I would say they need more entertainment on the divi properties. Had to go into town for a good timeMore
Awesome as usual!
We used our Vacation points to book a two bedroom unit so we could introduce our friends to Aruba. It was perfect! Staff were great, accommodation was perfect, the view was amazing! The kitchen is well stocked with whatever we needed to make meals. We mostly had breakfast in, prepared a lunch to take with us, and then usually ate out for dinner. We don’t take the all inclusive option because Aruba has so many wonderful restaurants that we prefer to venture out and find new places but we did have dinner at Mulligans and it was great. We also loved that we could just walk across the street and the most beautiful beach was waiting for us. Never had a problem getting chairs or palapas. The grounds were immaculate and the pools were sparkling. Can’t wait to get back!More
Canadian review! Great trip, but expensive!
Ok so I have traveled to Cuba, Mexico, Trinidad, the southern states and Canada. Let me start by saying I’m a savvy Canadian traveller with 2 young boys and I love food and culture. The Divi resorts offer a vast experience for most travelers. They have 2 all inclusive resorts and 3 where you can opt in to the inclusive option. The one resort Tamarijn was the only resort I saw a kids club which was a pay option and they had ping pong table and three pool tables. Other than that the pool was tiny, and I did not see any staff for kids or events. The Divi Divi was located right by the Casino which did have a baskin Robins and Dunkin doughnuts, which were $9 American for ice cream???? The beach closer to the Divi Divi was a bit calmer but packed as the pool was as well. The pool at the Tamarijn was packed and we were told to avoid it. The best pools and quietest beach was at The Divi Golf. Though most of the people that stayed here were retired Americans. So most hung out at one of 4 pools including the infinity pool which has the only water slide of all the pools! It’s also the largest pool with a swim up bar and a large snack bar. All the snacks served here are American: Chicken wings, mozzarella sticks, fries, onion rings.. etc. This was typical of the whole Divi Golf resort. I get that because most the clients are Americans the resort serves mostly this food, but at least one restaurant with different food styles would be amazing. So if you’re looking for an American experience in the Caribbean stay here! If you are looking for a more authentic Caribbean experience I would say there are other places I’d visit. So let’s break down cost: We spent $2300 Canadian for no food or drinks Water at this island is totally drinkable with ice machines and ice buckets in each room We spent only $75.00 American at Ling & sons the closest grocery store for food for the week but this was because we do not eat a lot. I would say for a family of 4 your probably closer to $200 American a week. The sofa/Cola is $8.00 per case American Orange juice was about $2.00 a 1 litre carton. 80.00 in souvenirs 280 in jewelry 2 dinners out and drinks $50.00 Minimum $1000 including all our alcohol smokes and such. The strawberries were expensive but the melons were cheaper if you bought a whole one and cut them up yourself. Delicious snack! Eating in the resort was about $15 a burger at the cheapest to $40 for Steak. Per meal! There were nights where you could get a 12” Pizza for$10 but they were few and far between. The best place we were told to eat was a place called Zerrovers. It’s local caught fish and cheap but on the far north end of the Island which cost $10 one way on the bus,and no signs or clear directions or $20-$30 by taxi. One way for two people. The others were madam Jeanette’s, Driftwood and the Dutch pancake house. All very difficult to find. The closest to the Divi Golf is the Red Fish. Getting to downtown is walkable if you can handle the heat, but bus is great too.It is mostly brand name shops: Gucci, BCBG, Luis Vuitton, Tommy Hillfigar.. etc,except for the jewelry stores. The jewelry stores all hold and try to sell the Caribbean stone or Tanzanite at various prices including dancing stones. Stones in which the setting allows the gem to move. The best place to buy alcohol and smokes is at tax/ duty free before you get your bags. The staff was generally helpful except the pool towel staff. There were events or shows every night at one of the resorts and free shuttle to the Tamarijn and Divi Divi. If you stay at the all inclusive you have to spend extra to get access to Divi Golf. To Golf at the Lins including rentals was $145 American no cart. The timeshares are really not worth buying from the resorts and the offers you get can be a scam as well. The local today paper classified offers better deals, or vrbo, or eBay. The yearly maintenance is $600 per year, but currently works on a point system that is not working for anyone. The old system works that you purchase a certain week/s for a maximum of 40 years, so always ask how many years left if you are really interested. This timeshare pairs with El CID in Mazatland Mexico, which was the worst trip I have ever taken. More
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