Honeymoon Vacations in Aruba

Honeymoon Vacations in Aruba
Aruba is a popular honeymoon destination. Newly betrothed couples fill their days with myriad activities, including sail boarding, snorkeling, horseback riding or hiking. On balmy evenings, head to Aruba's capital, Oranjestad, where the nightlife is among the best in the Caribbean.

Bucuti Beach Resort

The 104-room Bucuti Beach Resort is a stylish, romantic boutique resort. Nestled on a secluded section of Eagle Beach, the 14-acre European-inspired resort offers 36 Tara Beach Suites, 63 rooms, 48 superior guest rooms and 11 deluxe guestrooms, three bungalows and two junior suites. The outdoor Intermezzo Spa provides Caribbean therapies in lush surroundings.

Start your day with a continental breakfast, included with your stay, at the Pirate's Nest Restaurant, which was built as a replica of a historic Dutch galleon. For dinner, dine on fresh seafood and prime steaks. Each guest room features a microwave, mini-bar and refrigerator. For recommendations on excursions, ask the concierge team about island tours, snorkeling, wind surfing, scuba diving, catamaran tours and nightlife.

Bucuti Beach Resort
L.G. Smith Boulevard, No. 55B
Eagle Beach, Aruba

Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

If you're looking for luxury with a little glitz, the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino on Palm Beach might be the place for you. In 2009, a $50 million renovation transformed guest rooms, the free-form pool and the lobby. Tradewind's Club is an intimate Caribbean chic hotel within a hotel, offering 49 deluxe rooms with panoramic ocean views on the top floor. Soak up the sun on a secluded beach or indulge in a treatment at the on-site spa. Honeymoon packages are available.

Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino
L.G. Smith Boulevard, No. 101
Palm Beach, Aruba

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino

With 357 recently renovated guest rooms, the Hyatt regency in Aruba provides luxurious Caribbean accommodations on Palm Beach. This Hyatt features a three-level pool with slide and waterfalls, six restaurants, private beachfront dining, a pool bar, the Stillwater Spa, and nightly live entertainment. During the day, honeymooners can play a game of golf, go horseback riding or visit the Natural Pool, the Natural Bridge or the Bubali Bird Sanctuary. Water sports are available as well.

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino
J.E. Irausquin Blvd., No. 85
Palm Beach, Aruba


Article Written By Susan Fogwell

Susan Fogwell is a flight attendant for a major airline and a freelance travel and lifestyle writer. Her far-flung travels have taken her to six continents. As a seasoned traveler, Fogwell has written hundreds of travel articles for a variety of print and online publications, including the "LA Times," "Orlando Sentinel" and "Caribbean Compass."

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