Divi Aruba All Inclusive

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2018 Exceptional Values
Honeymoon: Candlelit dinner, bottle of champagne, remembrance gift, anniversary certificate, and room upgrade (based on availability; restrictions apply). Family: Kids 5 and under Stay and Eat FREE when sharing a room with two paying adults.

Discover the authentic Caribbean experience on one of Aruba's best white-sand beaches at this family-friendly resort. The Divi Aruba vacation redefines "Aruba All Inclusive" by offering use of all facilities and services at both the Divi Aruba and the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive right next door. The hotel is approximately 30 minutes from the airport and ten minutes from downtown.

203 rooms are housed in one-, two-, and three-story buildings offering ocean, beachside, pool, and garden views. Every room is equipped with a spacious patio or balcony.

The resort offers a variety of dining options, from classic Italian fare to Asian fusion. The beachside Aruba restaurants offer both indoor and outdoor seating with spectacular sunset views. Guests of the Divi Aruba All Inclusive have full use of all the restaurants, grills, and bars located next door at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive, for a total of nine dining options and two snack bars. Sip on a frozen cocktail at one of seven bars (most with ocean views) offering a vast selection of liquors, wines, and beers. The poolside Pelican Bar has a spectacular ocean view from the terrace.

Spend the days as active or laid-back as you like. Non-motorized watersports like snorkeling, beginners windsurfing, sunfish sailing, floats, and kayaking are included, and equipment is available at Divi Winds Sports Center. The sports complex also houses a fitness center and 30-foot beachside rock-climbing wall.

Evenings heat up with theme nights that include Carnival shows, limbo, salsa lessons, water ballet, circus performances, and more. Dance the night away under the stars to live jazz music or steel drums. There is also a weekly marketplace where guests can find trip mementos and local artifacts. For sports fanatics, plasma TVs showcase sporting events in the hotel lobbies or Paparazzi Lounge. Guests can also kick-up their feet and take it easy on movie night.

There is a Kids' Camp for children ages five to 12 with t-shirt painting, arts and crafts, basketball, movies, pool games, bingo, a scavenger hunt, snorkel clinic, tennis clinic, soccer tournament, and more. Spend your days sunfish sailing or windsurfing, or simply relaxing by the freshwater pools - there is something for everyone at Divi Aruba All Inclusive!

Learn more about Aruba.
The Divi is situated on a beautiful stretch of beach 10 miles away from the International Airport, near the Alhambra Casino and Shopping Bazaar, just 10 minutes away from the capital city of Oranjestad.
Address: 41 J.E. IRASQUIN BLVD

Local Phone: 011-297-525-5200
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-554-2008
Fax: 011-297-525-5203
Barber / Beauty Salon
Car Rental
Currency Exchange
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Casino Nearby (Adjacent to hotel)
Shopping Mall Nearby (10 minutes)
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
There are two freshwater swimming pools located on-site at The Divi, and guests have access to another pool at The Tamarijn.
The Links at Divi Aruba--9 hole golf course. The Links at Divi Aruba--9 hold golf course located across the street at the Divi Vilage Golf & Beach Resort. Designed by leading architects Litten/Viola J.V. of Boyton Beach, FL..
The Links at Divi Aruba golf course offers play on Paspalum grass over water and and beautifully landscaped lagoons.
Holes: 9
Green Fees: $
Club Rental Fees: $
Lessons Available
Number of Courts: 1
Outdoor Courts: 1
Court Fee: Free
Raquet Rental Fees: Free
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Complimentary
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Nautilus Equipment: Complimentary
The Divi Aruba is a low-rise All-Inclusive resort with a tropical, playful atmosphere perfect for fun or relaxation. Stretched along a beautiful white sand beach, this hotel offers 203 air- conditioned rooms, each with its own balcony or patio. All guests receive ticket to the Bon Bini Festival (Seasonal) and a Funbook use at the nearby Alhambra Casino. All Tamarijn Aruba guests will have full use of the features and facilities at the adjacent Divi Aruba. Beach: The Divi Aruba is on a beautiful stretch of white sand beach, considered by many to be the best in Aruba. Check-in: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out: 12:00 p.m.
Total Rooms: 203
Year Opened: 1969 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express
There is one handicapped room. Restrictions apply to the Honeymooners Value Plus offer. Click on thelink on our Aruba Home Page for details.
Located near the beach with a partial ocean view from patio. Two queen beds or one king.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Adults Only room includes one king bed or two queen beds, and a private patio or balcony with stunning ocean views.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Includes one king bed or two queen beds, and a private balcony or patio with garden views.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Oceanfront view from lanai. Two queen beds or one king bed.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Includes one king bed or two queen beds, and a private balcony or patio with beautiful ocean views.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Other Amenities -
Divi Aruba All Inclusive features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips-FULL-4 Restaurants on-site, five at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive & one @ the Links at Divi Aruba
There are 11 Restaurants at Divi Aruba All Inclusive:
Window on Aruba - Serves lunch and fine dining menus with creative cuisine complemented by vintage wines. For guests of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba, this restaurant is now an optional amenity available at an additional cost.
Palm Grill - Grill your own food in oceanview setting. Located at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
Sandpiper Bar - This oceanfront restaurant offers pasta dishes, sandwiches, hamburgers and hot dogs.
Coco Grill and Bar - Offering made-to-order brick oven pizza, sandwiches, tropical drinks, beer and wine
Pizza per Tutti - Serving pizza, snacks, soft drinks and beer from morning to night. Located at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
Red Parrot Restaurant - Featuring oceanfront terrace or indoor fine dining.
Paparazzi Restaurant - A colorful indoor Italian restaurant. Dinner only. Located at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
Pelican Terrace Restaurant - Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner with semi-open air seating.
Ginger, New Asian Flavours - Asian fusion restaurant. Located at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
Pure Lime - A la carte restaurant featuring Mexican cuisine for dinner only. Reservations required. Dress code: cruise casual (no bathing suits).
Cunucu Terrace Restaurant - Open air dining offering buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Evening entertainment, theme nights
There is a seasonal children's camp available from April thru December.
Applicable Ages: 5 to 12 years old

Babysitting Fee: Hourly
Advance Notice for Babysitting: Yes

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
Based on 2948reviews
What to expect

Apple Vacations Traveller Reviews
Awesome time
Feb 13 2018
Best romantic vacation ever!! Had a blast with everything we did. Hotel was great from the start from helping us choose our restaurant reservations to our excursions! Great distance from everything! And the Beach... MAGNIFICENT!!! We'll be back😎😎😎
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Never lets you down
Dec 05 2017
I have been to the Divi and Tamarijn 8 times the only areas to improve on would be less salt on foods in all eateries and allow a later check out to Red Parrot members
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Divi aruba all inclusive
Aug 06 2017
Beautiful view. We stayed in the lanai suites They were right on the beach and exactly what we were looking for
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Unfriendly Divi
Jun 12 2017
I was disappointed in my trip to Aruba. People told me for years that Aruba is so nice and friendly. However, that is not what we found on our trip to the Divi Aruba All inclusive. The breakfast Buffett was poorly serviced, couldn't get anyone to bring you coffee, juice or a mimosa. We had to chase down the staff in order to get any service! Bar staff was friendly but didn't want to make any special drinks, they only made basic Margaritas, and some frozen drinks. We asked for mojitos and a bar tender told us they don't muddle or do mojitos as it would take too long. I have gone to various other all inclusive places in Mexico, DR, etc and have never been told that!! We just found the staff very stand offish and not customer oriented. Such a disappointment
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Jan 07 2017
Overall good experience but reason put poor for checkin was they didn't follow through on my 0y anniversary surprise for my wife. Prior to arrival I emailed & received confirmation a bottle of wine & personally written card would be in the room. It wasn't & that was disappointing since this was a special occasion. The people were great for checkin/out but the execution was disheartening.
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Older Facility
Jan 05 2017
The building we stayed in was old and needed updating. the second night we were there, it rained heavily and my son's room flooded. they do NOT have 24 hour front desk service at this property. We had to wait until 7 AM to get another room.
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Jun 20 2016
Went on our honeymoon to Divi first week of June, beautiful beaches. only complaint was the construction right outside our oceanview room the first three nights we stayed. Every morning waking us up at 7am. Of course by the third night, we complained and received a $100 voucher to the gift shops/casino or half day depalm island tour. The bed in our room was also terrible. overall trip and atmosphere was amazing. buffet food was not good, restaurants were amazing. Pure Lime and the italian restaurant were our favorite.
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Excellent beach, terrible resort
Jan 30 2016
We stayed at Divi All Inclusive for 8 nights. The beach was beautiful: white sand, clear water, clean beach. The resort experience was terrible. The staff from the front desk to the servers at the restaurants seemed annoyed that tourists were there and they had to actually do their job. The first night, at the Red Parrot, our server disappeared and we had to track down other servers to get water and to place orders. The 6th night, we had no hot water in our room which took over 2 hours to fix. The manager on duty never even apologized or addressed me directly. Overall, terrible experience. I will return to Aruba, but will never stay at a Divi resort.
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Not worth the money
Nov 11 2013
Food was nothing to write home about the attitudes of activities desk very poor, housekeeping does not know how to clean. Paint peeling on ceiling, waters planes all over the floor from the shower, stained bedspread. Huge dustbunnies & hair clumps. Screen missing in windows for bathrooms, geckos could crawl into bathrooms, ants in the bathrooms, which you don't notice until they crawl around in the sink, or on the white towels that housekeeping folds & lays on the sink or if you happen to be brushing your teeth and you look very closely down at the sink. The bathroom was updated, but the sink is black with little sparkly colors, so hard to see anything crawling around. Be aware ! So if did not work in either of the resorts, nor did the computers, only 1 out of at 24 computers worked. We love Aruba and intend to go again, it would never stay at another Divi property again.
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Divi Aruba All-Inclusive
Oct 10 2013
We just got back from our Honeymoon in Aruba at the Divi All-Inclusive. Overall we were happy with our stay. The food at the buffet, and all restaurants was excellent. The staff were all friendly and provided great service. Our only complaint was that the room was not very nice. The beds were not comfortable, the bathroom was in need of renovation (mold/mildew on walls/ceilings, all drains took forever to drain). Although the room was lacking the maid service was excellent, they did a great job cleaning and keeping things tidy in the room. The view from the room could not be beat, and I understand you pay more for a great location...I just think the rooms could have been more comfortable for the price. The beach was excellent. Overall a great location and ambiance. Not overcrowded. We will definitely return once the rooms are renovated.
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Divi Resort All Inclusive
Jul 03 2013
This hotel had a beautiful beach. I couldn't believe the behavior of the staff. They simply did not want to wait on people not only at the bar but in the restaurant. They simply ignored people. They didn't reset tables unless asked (and you had to get someone's attention). They were not friendly (often there wasn't a greeting). They ran out of food and didn't refill it. They had the exact same food for breakfast. There was only one bartender up until 8-9 pm and he would leave the bar unattended which really angered the guests. Our hotel room had knobs falling of closet doors, doors that would not open properly. Cups along the beach were picked up once daily. On the flip side, the beach and weather were fantastic. I will go back to Aruba but not there.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Will do it AGAIN
Jai_Mary2018, Bowie, Maryland
Mon Feb 19 16:34:37 EST 2018
What an AWESOME experience!!! From the moment we arrived until the time of departure, it was amazing. Overall, experience was GREAT- beautiful resort, great friendly and attentive staff. Food was delicious and the drinks were tasty too!!! We will be back!!!!!

Honest Detailed Review
odell015, Connecticut
Mon Feb 19 07:28:00 EST 2018
This was our honeymoon and we stayed 10 days at the Divi, room 7313. Review is below: Honeymooners: When you book they say they are going to give you a ocean/pool view room. Our room was located in the Veranda building, 3rd floor and had a view of the ocean and pool. However, if your looking to walk out to the beach and be 20 yards away, this is not the room you want, you will probably want the casita rooms as they are ground level and are literally right near the beach. The hotel also offers a honeymoon dinner on the beach, located at nearby Pureocean. Transportation and a bottle of champagne is included. We booked this for Valentine's Day, and unfortunately, upon arrival they placed us at Purebeach (beach bar) for dinner. Immediately we knew something was wrong. Screaming kids in a hot tub and terrible food forced us to complain, and they did admit that they dropped the ball and would move us to Pureocean the next day. Francis, the person in charge of honeymooners for the Divi did make this right (thank you Francis) however our Valentine's Day dinner was disrupted and we didn't appreciate the hassle. The following night we had a nice dinner at Pureocean, on the sand near the water , it was great. Food was good. Service excellent. Restaurants on site: Red Parrot- good food and Juan is a great server! Palm Grill- food and service were sub-par. Pure Lime- great service and food was good. Paparazzi- more extensive menu than the rest and service was good. Beach: the beach is amazing. Bring towel clips to keep your towel up on your chair because it's windy. Water can be rough if it's windy, there are waves and small children will need to be watched. They give one towel per day. Noodles, flippers, masks, snorkel, and kayaks are available for renting. Room: our room was moderately updated, with newer bathroom fixtures, tv, dressed and headboard, all functional and appeared in good condition. Small fridge not stocked with anything. Sink was clogged, told staff three times, first attempt at fixing was a plunger, fail, on the second time that they came to the room they brought a wet dry vacuum and sucked the drain out, it didn't work and sprayed dirty water on the floor, as well as bugs flying from the vacuum. I told the guy and he said call housekeeping, who came shortly thereafter and sprayed the floor and toilet with what appeared to be windex. Not sure. Anyways it was never fixed but we were tired of calling them... Also, it rained at night, water rushed in the front door several times, we informed the staff and the said that there's nothing they could do. They did put a towel behind our door for us. More annoying and a safety hazard than anything... Your not spending much time in your room so it's not that important, but its principal. Wifi: spotty at best, very inconsistent. Buffet: we felt like it was better than most restaurants. Great options and food was awesome, most of the time. Staff member Maria was great, personable and works breakfast and lunch only. Thanks Maria!!! Sandpiper Bar: Curtis and Claire, you rock!!! This is really the only bar worth going to at the Divi/Tam. Curtis is amazingly friendly, and treats you like your family. He and Claire are a dynamic duo. Many regulars stay at the resort for weeks at a time, and they all hang out here because of how awesome Curtis and Claire are. Thank you Curtis and Claire, for all the awesome times. Claire is the chef, and makes amazing pasta!!! Curtis, we never made it to Yoga.... Entertainment: they have shows, music and activities constantly going on. Pay attention to the schedule. Shuttle: there's a shuttle that brings you to and from the tam, it runs almost all the time. Bikes: you can rent bikes but they aren't in the best condition, check the brakes before your trip. Concierge: Claudia is the only nice one working there, she was great. Friendly. They have a connection with De Palm tours, and will push you to use them for everything you want to do off site, its because they get commission for booking through them. Don't be afraid to do your research and explore other companies. Drinks: the drinks are not to strong, unless you tip, then they may put extra liquor in them for you. Also, only 3 beers on tap, Balashi, Miller and Heinaken. They use well liquor unless you request otherwise. Palapa: stuff is safe if you leave it there for hours , it will be fine. Get there before 7 or you won't get one. They fill up quick! Pools: didn't go in. Water: plenty of water stations everywhere to fill up. Wildlife: iguanas were commonly seen, lots of birds, a few friendly cats, no dogs, one cockroach was seen near the buffet/pool. It was huge. Hope this honest review helps the Divi and potential guests make theirs decisions in the future.

Just average
marksfitzsimmons, New York
Sun Feb 18 14:15:45 EST 2018
First off, Aruba is one of the most beautiful places I have visited. However, Divi Aruba All Inclusive was a bit disappointing. After we checked in, we couldn't get a dinner reservation at one of the restaurants for that night.. or the next night. You basically need to book a dinner reservation 2 days in advance by 9am. Yes, there's the buffet, but as a couple without children, it's nice to have a proper sit down meal. Another guest gave us a tip to just go to a restaurant when you wanted and inquire as to the availability of a table. We went to "Pure Lime" at 7:30pm and were turned away, although half of the tables were empty. One of the most frustrating daily occurrences was the 5:30am wake up call every morning to secure a palapa. The number of palapas is extremely limited, so unless you get up very early every morning you will not get one and will be stuck sitting directly in the sun. There were several unhappy patrons due to this fact. More that half of the palapas were unoccupied except for the beach towels left to mark them as reserved. They also only let you have one beach towel. Most of the staff were pleasant enough, but the customer service wasn't great. It was also misleading about the gym, activity hut, tennis court and rock wall. They're all at the sister properties (a shuttle or walk away).

We love the Divi Divi!
Sun Feb 18 13:11:28 EST 2018
Went with my family and met up with some more family and friends and we all had an amazing time! The layout of the hotel is great because you never have to walk too far to go anywhere! Wanna go to the beach? It's right there! Pool? Food? Within steps of one another! This was my first time to Aruba and I know it will not be my last. Everyone at the resort was so friendly and helpful. Shout-out to Nicholas who was working at the towel stand, offered us some great advice on snorkel locations on the island and was a pleasure to talk to! I had read that sometimes the waves can be a little rough, but when I was there the ocean was so calm. I recommend getting a plastic cup with a straw so you can fill it up with the amount of 2 drinks so you can bring it into the ocean and relax and not have to worry about going back out for least for a little while! Also, I recommend doing one of the tours that leaves from the hotel, we did a snorkel cruise and had an amazing time! Other that that everything you need is right at the hotel! We only left the hotel to go accross the street to the casino which was also a blast. If you are looking for a nice relaxing vacation, this is the place! The private beach made all the difference and really makes it feel like your own personal slice of heaven!

Relaxing time
Hassy74, Pacific Junction
Fri Feb 16 12:22:55 EST 2018
Two couples stayed one week. We read it was going to be hard to determine the room type. We paid our travel agent to get Oceanview. We ended up in rooms 501 and 503 in Vista II on the second floor. It was great! All the staff we encountered were very nice. Raymond at the front bell desk was super helpful.

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