What we love about this resort:
- Ritual Coffee Culture is located on the lobby level, making it easy to grab a drink, a pastry, or a handmade gelato on your way to the beach or the pool
- There’s an on-site water sports center with everything from catamarans to chartered excursions to snorkels and kayaks
- Even the entry-level guest rooms come with a furnished balcony, a cozy sofa bed, complimentary bottled water, and a desk that can double as a dining table for two
Book The Ritz-Carlton Aruba for a luxury experience, easily found at the expansive spa, private poolside cabanas, and exclusive club-level lounge.
The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba is an oceanfront gem on iconic Palm Beach, with a vibrant 24-hour casino, tropical guest rooms, and five delicious restaurants.
All rooms have ocean views
The resort has 320 guest rooms, ranging from limited ocean view to expansive, Club Level suites. All rooms have private balconies. Oceanfront rooms face west for direct ocean views and have a king or two queen beds, and full marble bathrooms with oversized soaking tubs. Connecting rooms are available by request.
For extra luxury, two suites have panoramic oceanfront views with outdoor showers, while club-level suites offer access to an exclusive lounge on the seventh floor with complimentary food and drinks, free Wi-Fi, and a dedicated concierge.
Aruba’s largest spa
Ritz-Carlton Aruba boasts one of the island’s largest spas, a 15,000 sq. ft. oasis with 13 private treatment rooms, a salon, a boutique, and a menu of island-inspired services using locally grown ingredients like aloe, coconut, and cactus. The adjacent fitness center offers yoga, pilates, and power walking classes.
Great dining options
There are five restaurants at Ritz-Carlton Aruba, ranging from a lobby-level coffee bar to fine dining. Solanio is an Italian-style trattoria with outdoor terrace seating or open-air kitchen views, and BLT Steak offers a classic steakhouse ambiance in a beachfront setting. Madero Pool & Beach Grill is located poolside and offers salads, burgers, wraps, and fish tacos, while Divi Sushi Bar & Lounge offers Japanese specialties, tempting desserts, and handcrafted cocktails.
The resort’s 24-hour casino features traditional table games, bingo, sports betting kiosks and over 300 slot machines. Complimentary beverages and a VIP program are available for players, and nightly live music plays at the adjacent Divi Bar & Lounge.
Comprehensive Kids Club
Aruba’s Ritz Kids program is designed for ages 5-12 and includes a kid’s meal plan, supervised activities, and nanny service. Full- or half-day options are available seven days a week, with a diverse collection of activities like storytelling, movie-making, and nature exploration.
How to get to The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba
Fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport, Aruba (AUA). The resort is on Palm Beach, about 20 minutes from the airport.
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