Honeymoon: Candlelit dinner, bottle of champagne, remembrance gift, anniversary certificate, and room upgrade (based on availability; restrictions apply).
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!
LocationAruba - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating2513 reviews
Three stars is genous
I will preface this review with: I have traveled extensively around The Caribbean, Eastern Pacific, and parts of Western Europe in all levels of hotels. I stayed in everything from roadside motels to luxury resorts and Divi Phoenix comes in the middle leading me to the rating of 2.5 - 3 stars. Let's start with the good: The staff is very friendly and helpful. The property is beautiful and constantly maintained. The property is very well suited to those who have limited mobility. I noticed the staff helping several guests with scooters and walkers. The beach and pool areas are kept clean. The AC in the room worked perfectly. The ben linen was decent quality The not so good: The bed is shot. We could feel every spring in the mattress and it needs to be retired. Our room smelled like mold from the moment we walked in but we figured we could deal with it for a week. We are now airing out the luggage and double washing our clothes because the smell permeated everything. The room service menu is limited and the food is not great quality. We ordered the nachos and they were awful. The burgers were okay. There is no pool or beach service. You can walk or swim to the bar but there is no wait staff. I know a lot of people say it is no big deal but that is something offered at 4 and 5 star hotels. The check-in process is a bit of a cluster. It is not a comment on the staff but more staff would be helpful. A late checkout costs half of the daily rate. If you have a choice, take the early flight home because there are very few air conditioned areas to wait until it is time to head to AUA for your flight. Mornings are noisy, if you like to sleep late. The housekeeping closet was right outside our room. The door on the closet is mis-hung and scrapes on the tile every time it is opened or closed. It sounded like a wounded pterodactyl was screaming in the hallway. We came across a bunch of broken pool chairs. There are no comfort items in the room like robes or extra blankets. Overall the resort is okay as long as you manage expectations. There are resorts I would love to return to, but this is not one. I don't see the value.
As a couple, we couldn't be happier than our 7 day stay at Divi Phoenix. We stayed in the "Villa" building, on bottom floor room 105. The photos the hotel shows are accurate. This room had sliding glass doors that opened to our small patio yards away from the pool & Hot tub, beach, then the ocean. Nature right outside our door, we would walk barefoot. Our room had all we need. Fridge, microwave, stove, closet space and bathtub had jets to be jacuzzi. Also, Divi Phoenix has outdoor barbeques that we grilled our fish on. I don't know if it was because of time of year, but it was a quiet place to stay. Guests and staff very friendly. The main pool with the swim up bar had excellent happy hour. This resort less crowded than the "Hilton" or "Rui". We did walk 10 minutes to Eagle Beach, which I highly recommend. And the tourist area of newer part of Orangestad, was also only a 10 minute walk. Good to try restaurants. We usually took a cab to our restaurants. However, there is the option of buying groceries and going out for dinner. Or getting bagels at the deli located near concierge $6, for breakfast. I loved the area we were in. As far as I'm concerned, best place to stay in Aruba!
Love Divi Phoenix
We love staying at the Divi Phoenix. Rooms are clean and well kept; staff is courteous and very helpful; check in/check out was easy and fast; and the views are amazing! We will definitely be staying here again!
Excellent hotel to stay, in the heart of the island with ocean and beach front. Aruba ocean view from the rooms, a pleasant hotel staff. Excellent value with adequate parking our rooms provide a clean atmosphere. I can’t see more.
October at the Divi Aruba Phoenix
We have week 41 & 42 at the Divi Phoenix this year everything was just perfect, the weather was 110% our condo is in the Villas and we just love it. the staff; all were great, and we noticed a difference with the new GM Pearl Lake Next year we have already planned to go for 3 weeks