On the dreamy Caribbean island of Aruba, close to its capital, is Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort. The 40-acre resort occupies a seafront position overlooking the marina and offers a choice of two hotels. There's the adults-only Renaissance Marina Hotel, and the Renaissance Ocean Suites that are suitable for families.
The luxurious accommodation comprises 555 rooms and suites with marina, ocean, and island views. Some also feature a private balcony that provides breathtaking scenes over the Caribbean Sea's shimmering waters. All rooms and suites come with rain showers and LCD TVs.
There are eight dining and drinking venues in total. Dine around the world with cuisines including Italian and American. There's also a steakhouse, a Caribbean grill and bar, and a seafood buffet restaurant serving other breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Bars can be found beachfront, by the pool, and on the private island.
The most amazing feature of Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort is its private island with beautiful beaches, cabanas - and flamingos!
While just a few steps from the resort is a large shopping mall bursting with designer brands. Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort also boasts its own casino, spa, gym, two outdoor pools, beach lagoon, and kids' club. The adults-only hotel has its own infinity pool.
Things to do at Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort
Relax in the resort's luxurious spa with a massage, facial, or body scrub. Or take things up a notch in the casino or by enjoying some lively evening entertainment.
A short water taxi ride away is the resort's private island. It's home to two beaches, a bar, and private oceanfront cabanas. Flamingos roam freely on one of the beaches and it's quite the sight to behold. Snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, and paddle-boarding are all on offer.
The National Archaeological Museum Aruba and the iconic “I Love Aruba Sign” are both just a short walk from Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort. Central Oranjestad is also within easy reach.
Scuba diving and snorkelling trips, glass-bottom boat cruises, and various watersports are available in the area. Alternatively, stay on dry land and take a jeep safari tour or go horseback riding.