Divi Aruba All Inclusive
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDivi Aruba All Inclusive Oranjestad
This resort was incredible! They had everything from luxurious outdoor beachy furniture to delicious food! The staff at the resort was one of the friendliest I've ever encountered. They were ready to help you out with any problem or concern someone had. The beach was absolutely FABULOUS! The sand was smooth and great for walking along. There was plenty of space to run alongside the ocean! The ocean was gorgeous with waves that entertained people of all sizes! There was plenty of shaded spots along the beach for people who don't enjoy getting a straight shot to the sun. There was also two volleyball courts located on the beach which were a great location except for the fact that it was in the wide open part of the beach so the wind would affect the many games we played, which can become annoying. Make sure you have the power to control your bumps :D The climate there was excellent for those of you who enjoy that sunny, warm feeling like myself! I never felt hot because of the wonderful sea breeze that made it's way through the resort both during the day and at night. If someone ever did get hot they could cool off in one of the many pools offered at the Divi Resorts. At my particular resort the pool was just big enough for the amount of people staying there. There were two bars located conveniently close to the pool and beach for that classic Caribbean feel of a drink in hand, sun on the body and a sea breeze blowing through by the pool or ocean. Next to the main pool was a wading pool with loads of seating along the deckside and large circular sun pads that were more comfortable to lay on than my own bed at home in Wisconsin! One could fall asleep on them easily and have their feet dangling off the edge into the wading pool. A perfect hour or so was spent there daily! The drinks were delicious and freshly made! I would recommend the strawberry daiquiri made with real strawberry mix instead of the usual non-fresh mixes. If you were looking to burn off a few of those delicious calories from the drinks you should join one of the water aerobics classes lead by one of the most energetic and funny instructors I've ever met! Now I teach water aerobics so usually I can be a bit picky about my teachers, but he was super pumped for every class and I could feel the burn with every move we did! Join one of the classes it's included, it gets you sweating in the pool and it's super fun! After burning off all those calories you might want to hit up the buffet for some lunch. The buffet at the Divi was extraordinary better than most resort buffets I've been to. I felt like making reservations at a designated restaurant might have me missing out on a spectacular grilled fish or chicken dinner. Overall the food at the Divi was wonderful and I would also recommend hitting up the Red Parrot for some fantastic seafood! The Coconut Shrimp or Seafood Pasta were my favorites! I think I ended up licking my plates... Every night there was a bit of entertainment for extravagant dancing and circus shows to a smooth jazz band and singer. Some nights there was a great dj and karaoke for all you dancers/singers out there like me that's where I had the most fun!
The one thing I thought that I would recommend that this resort do was to to add a nightclub, but on the third night of my stay I met some people from Venezuela who told me about some nightclubs located about a five-ten minute cab ride away. I decided to check them out with some of my friends. We ended up checking out the club called Senor Frogs and it was one of the funnest parts of the vacation! We had a great time dancing the night away and meeting tons of people from allover the planet! I would highly recommend this club if you are young and looking for some fun nightlife! After you head back to the resort you could hit up one of the hot tubs for some relaxing muscle time after all that dancing! There are hot tubs located at the Divi Dutch and jacuzzis spread throughout the resort! Then it's time for bed in your large queen sized beds with porch access to the beach for a morning stroll. A nice nap later in the day on the hammocks right along the beach are a wonderful way to get some much needed rest after a long day/night. The Divi Aruba All Inclusive is one of my favorite resorts I have ever stayed at for many reasons and hopefully after reading this I hope you will understand why this resort is worth the stay!
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