Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort invites every type of guest to escape to tropical paradise. The resort's oceanfront setting right on Druif Beach means that powdery white sand and the azure Caribbean Sea are always just moments away. With the island of Aruba's capital city, Oranjestad, less than a 15-minute drive from the resort.
There's a total of 261 rooms and four oceanfront suites at Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort. And they're found in one, two, three, and four-storey buildings. Whether you choose an oceanfront, ocean view, pool view, beachside, or garden view room, you're guaranteed comfort, style, and a range of facilities. Rooms feature a 55-inch Smart TV, coffee machine, mini-fridge, and a lovely bathroom with walk-in shower. Probably the highlight of every room is its balcony or patio.
Dine on global cuisine with the five dining options available at Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort. There's everything from Italian and Mexican to Caribbean and Asian - and a la carte venues with fine-dining menus to laid-back beachside spots. Also grab a refreshing drink at one of several bars.
In addition to bars and restaurants, there are three freshwater pools, a wading pool, spa, sports and fitness centre, and watersports facilities. Guests also have full access to the facilities of Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive Resort.
Things to do at Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort
Being by the ocean, many of the activities available to guests naturally revolve around the water. Don't just enjoy an idyllic swim in the dazzling waters, also try a range of watersports. Other ways to spend time at Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort include playing tennis, beach volleyball and ping pong, and taking the resort bikes out.
There's plenty to do in the area, with a golf course and the Alhambra Casino and shops just a short walk away. Go on a catamaran journey across the sea, take a jeep adventure across exciting terrains, and go kayaking or snorkelling.
You can drive to the island's capital, Oranjestad, in less than 15 minutes. It's a fascinating and historic city with a rich cultural heritage. Sightseeing highlights include the Historical Museum of Aruba, and the Lower Town which is home to the city's old port. Queen Beatrix International Airport can also be reached in around 15 minutes.