Palm Beach Aruba

Palm Beach on the island of Aruba is a resort town located to the northeast of Oranjestad, the capital city. Tourists staying in resorts and hotels in Palm Beach describe it as a paradise on Earth! The constant trade winds on this southwestern coast keep everything cool. What’s more, this seashore runs along the best high-rise hotels on the island. It is no surprise then that all travelers find that this is the most magnificent beach located in front of their hotel. With the development of tourist industry, many luxury hotels and luxury resorts have been developed on Palm Beach, with almost all of them showing off a spectacular view of the shoreline and turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Palm Beach is great for swimming, tanning, fishing, sailing and snorkeling, with many voyagers walking along the littoral and stopping by for refreshments at the residences located along it. The beach also boasts great opportunities for water sports like jet skis, windsurfing, and scuba diving.

The luxury hotels in Palm Beach offer every tourist’s dream of an islander escape. The newly reconditioned Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino brings in fresh tropical breeze literally carrying the scents of the island. Its serene spa offers a revigorating and nourishing treatment. The Radisson Aruba Resort, on the other hand, is located on a 15-acre vacation property surrounded by fragrant gardens, exotic lagoons and cascading waterfalls. The hotel complex is popular with its amenities like the “Larimar Spa”, the casino, two pools and on-site four-diamond dining. The Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino is close to the airport and perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling, featuring also a lagoon-style pool with a swim up bar and a Balinese-style health spa.

For the tourists on a budget, there are enough hotels in Palm Beach offering affordable and decent accommodation as well. The Brickell Bay beach club offers a variety of activities and modern amenities like the “Orchid Spa” and also the services of their knowledgeable concierge staff. The Divi Dutch Village is situated close to the beautiful Druif Beach and has a wide variety of dining options, plenty of casino action and a full-service spa for the tourists seeking relaxation and quietness.

The high vacation season in Aruba is from December to March, offering colorful carnivals and festivals with traditional dancers adorned with elaborate costumes performing to the rhythm of the enchanting south Caribbean music. Although November and December are considered the wet months, there is very little actual rain to call them the rainy season! The crystal waters, warm and inviting weather and the preserved beauty of nature make Aruba a top-of-the-line experience that will make visitors wish for more and more. Voyagers are advised to make advance accommodation and travel bookings to the best rated resorts and hotels irrespective of high season or weather as this is a place where there is never a scarcity of visitors. Everybody would like a piece of the paradise, after all!