What we love about this resort:
- There’s so much here for younger guests, from the teen and kid’s clubs to the children’s pools, waterslide, and lazy river
- Adults aren’t left out of the fun. You’ll find a swim-up bar and a beach bar with tacos and quesadillas, plus a luxury spa and pool parties
- The Garden View and Ocean View Villas are perfect for those who want the feeling of a home away from home. Each has a sofa bed, private balcony, and a kitchen with a full-size fridge
This villa-style property is a bit busier than the Marriott Aruba Resort and Marriott’s Ocean Surf Club located next door. The lazy river is the main draw here, but families will also enjoy spacious rooms with full kitchens, a waterslide for kids, and lots of activities ranging from tennis to snorkeling.
At Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club, guests can choose between villas and guest rooms. Each villa is equipped with a full kitchen, washer and dryer. The guest rooms include a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, sink, dishes and cutlery. All rooms and villas come with a balcony and a sofa bed.
Recreational facilities at the Aruba Surf Club Marriott include a hot tub and a fully equipped gym with cardio and weight training equipment. You’ll also find a spa, a quiet pool, a main pool, a children’s pool, a children’s and teen club, and daily activities.
Captain’s Galley offers casual all-day dining, while the Marketplace has grab-and-go options, ice cream, and coffee. Seaworthy’s Pool Bar is open for lunch and serves drinks in the afternoon.
How to get to Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club
Fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport, Aruba (AUA). The hotel is about 20 minutes from the airport.
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