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Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort

Aruba

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5 Nights with Air from $739 Meals not included
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"Overall had a great experience. The staff were friendly and helpful. Short walk to the bar or dinning options. The room was a 1-bedroom suite and was very comfortable. Especially the Master Shower." – Islandhopper54
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"Overall had a great experience. The staff were friendly and helpful. Short walk to the bar or dinning options. The room was a 1-bedroom suite and was very comfortable. Especially the Master Shower." – Islandhopper54
16 out of 16 (100%) customers would recommend this product to a friend.
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August 1, 2016
Very memorable vacation

My wife and I loved the resort probly all in all the best vacation we've had since our honeymoon. Restaurants were amazing beach was awesome pools were super clean and staff was very friendly ! We will for sure be back !


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From: Lagrange New York
Age: 25-34
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

July 12, 2016
Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort

Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort was a wonderful place to stay. We stayed for 5 nights. The room (single bed suite) was very spacious and comfortable. We did have a problem where tub was broke upon arrival but was fixed by resort within an hour. Staff was very friendly and knowledgeable and all were multilingual accept cleaning staff. Had come difficulty communicating with cleaning staff due to not speaking Spanish. Beach was very pretty and convenient (across the street). Only down side was the water was very rocky and hard to walk into the water comfortably at times. Taxis and Buses were regular to easy to get around (just pricey - about $9 for 5 minute ride to palm beach area one way). Had a great room with 2 views - ocean and golf course. Would definitely recommend resort. The resort will try to sale you a vacation time share while present.


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From: Raleigh, NC
Age: 35-44

April 20, 2016
Divi Getaway Long Weekend

Hello: My wife and I wanted to get away for a long weekend and we had never been to Aruba before. We booked a direct Delta flight from JFK leaving early so we could be on the beach by mid day. In Aruba the taxi ride from the airport was $22.00 and took about 15 min. There was a bus option but we didn't want to wait. On arrival they could NOT find our reservation, but I had my confirmation #'s etc. and because of the inconvenience (really there was none) we were upgraded to a suite by the pool. We dropped our bags and walked to the beach and grabbed some chairs. From JFK to beach was about 5 hours! At sunset we went to the bar overlooking the ocean and had their two for one specials. All in all a great first day. Oh did I mention we had a private Jacuzzi one floor up from our suite? Saturday we took the shuttle (they come very frequently) and went to to another resort on the property and from there walked to an IGA market to buy groceries. We did NOT purchase the "all inclusive" because we knew we wanted to explore the island and we did not want to be beholden to their restaurants.We rented a car from 3PM Saturday till 3PM Sunday. We drove to the far end of the island (it's only 19 miles long) and went to Baby Beach and Rogers beach. That night we went to "The Flying Fishbone" where the seats by the water are actually IN THE OCEAN and you dine as the tide comes it. The view and the food were fantastic. We arrived around 5 PM and the sun set about 7:30 PM. After the sun dipped below the horizon they turned on external lights and we could see out into the ocean as well as fish swimming by. The next day we went to the other end of the island first going to the lighthouse (still being refurbished) so we are unable to go up into it. From there we went to "Shahai" a local restaurant and had goat stew. Very spicy! returned the car and went to the pool by our room. Had some wine in our room and then later took the shuttle to the casino. Not really our thing to gamble but we walked around and then ate in "Fusion" a local bar near there. Had snails, Cesar salad and shared a Kobe beef burger. Between that and some wine we are fine. Took the shuttle home, Jacuzzi on the roof and then to bed. Monday was a lazy day, went to the beach, had lunch at Sea Breeze, the hotel restaurant and then that night we went into town to El Gaucho, billed as the best steakhouse on the island. It did not disappoint. We had a voucher so we each got a steak (Porterhouse for me, Rib eye for the Mrs.) One would have been plenty. We needed a midnight pharmacy so on the way home the taxi driver took us to a literal "hole in the wall" and I was able to get what was needed. Back to the Divi and then the next day steak for breakfast (leftovers) steak for lunch (I'm telling you it was good) and then off to the airport, A few things to know. There is a constant wind in Aruba. It's never cold, but it almost never stops and that brings me to topic #2, you may not appreciate how much sun you're getting and both my wife and I overdid it (hence the ride to the pharmacy), that being said if you pace yourself you will tan in a few days, no problem. The island is built for tourists, everyone speaks three to four languages. The people are as pleasant as can be and they are very proud to talk about their island. I encourage you to engage them. They are polite and we learned a lot. We would definitely go back and since the weather is so consistent (they get about 5 in of rain per year), you can go in October or you can go in June and it's 80 when you wake up and then 90 by noon.


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From: Atlantic Beach, NY
Age: 55-64
Travel: 3-6 trips/year

December 29, 2015
Great Trip!

This was our fourth trip to Aruba. We usually stay in the High rise section. This resort was fantastic. We chose the non-all-inclusive to give the local restaurants a try. Check-in was very non-informative. Though the staff was fairly pleasant, I just wish they would supply more info about activities and hotel procedures. Our high rise stays covered their bases with a more informed check-in. As a result I had to call desk several times with questions. They did however give me a large pamphlet that answered some things. Our room was fantastic! It was a studio with a kitchenette with a fairly good view! The only thing it lacked was matches to light the stove...however humidity made matches hard to light. Odd that they would put in stove tops that need to be lit with a lighter... I cannot say enough about how comfortable our bed was!! A++++++ I don't think I have slept that good in a very long time! Really like how everything was set up and the bathroom was well designed! And very pretty! We were pleasantly surprised with getting lots of stations on the television...Our high rise stays have not been as good on this point! But who goes to Aruba to watch TV...lol There were so many choices on pools, hot tubs, and beaches...Infinity pool area being the best...but like the quieter area pools too! We have golfed here before...but find it too windy of an island to enjoy it as much...plus who wants to lug golf bags when there is so much more to do! (And we are very avid golfers) Definitely a great deal for the money...we will return in a future trip!


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From: New York
Age: 45-54
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

Room Information

This resort offers 153 suites in two five-story buildings. Guests may stay in comfortable, well-furnished studios or one-bedroom suites. Both offer fully equipped kitchens, living areas with sofa beds, and private patios or balconies with garden views.

Room Details

Garden View Studio Suite - No Meals
Hotel/Studio Unit Details

One Bedroom Suite - No Meals
1 Bedroom Suite Details

What's to Love

Many units in the newest section at Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort in Aruba, are a condo with kitchen facilities, winding staircases and rooftop, whirlpool tubs.

 

What We'd Change

Some of the older rooms at the resort may be in need of a facelift. But the newer section is incredible and worth an early reservation.

 

Why You Should Go

This Aruba resort is set amid the gorgeous tropical landscaping that's part of the golf course and just two minutes from a world-class beach!

Available Amenities

  • Tour Assistance
  • Car Rental Available
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Beach
  • Volleyball
  • Casino ($)
  • Fitness/Exercise Room
  • Gift Shop
  • Golf Course ($)
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kids Club
  • Nightly Entertainment
  • Snorkeling
  • Swim-Up Bar(s)
  • Swimming Pool(s)
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • Scuba Diving ($)
  • Shuttle Service
  • Sailing
  • Fishing
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Dry Cleaning Services
  • Parking
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Bicycle Rental
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars/Lounges
  • Porter/Bellhop
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Elevators
  • Spa ($)
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Handicap Room Available
  • Wireless Internet
  • Free Parking
  • Freshwater Swimming Pool(s)


Nearby Excursions & Attractions

  • Bars and Nightlife
  • Beach
  • Casino(s)
  • Dining
  • Hiking/Biking Trails
  • Jet Ski Rentals
  • Motor Boat Rentals
  • Scooter/Moped Rental
  • Water-Skiing
  • Windsurfing

Map of Local Area

The perfect weather and world famous white sand beaches make Aruba the ideal destination for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Numerous casinos, great shopping and many restaurants are the island's other attractions.

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort

93 J.E. Irausquin Blvd

+297 583 5000

Hotel Description

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort, Aruba: Luxury in Links

Escape to Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort, Aruba, where you'll find a majestic Caribbean coastline awash with turquoise waters spilling onto ivory sands and great links golf.

The Links at Divi Aruba are a tropically landscaped, nine-hole golf course surrounding Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort. Designed by Litten & Viola, the course surrounds 240 luxurious suites known as the Golf Villas. The clubhouse sports a pro-shop, a water-view lounge and two gourmet restaurants: including Mulligan's Bar & Restaurant, an open-air terrace encompassed by a waterfall and The Windows on Aruba, a glass-encased, contemporary affair with full views of the ocean from its circular dining room with a two-story, elevated atrium. Should you need to polish your game before tee-off, the clubhouse offers professional instruction for individuals and groups.

Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort is nestled just across the way from Palm Beach, as well as legendary Druif Beach. Guests can escape to the pristine sands for their shaded R & R, or take advantage of the water sports center, De Palm Tours, where you can find catamarans, rafts, windsurfing lessons and snorkeling excursions. Experienced scuba divers enjoy amazing opportunities here, including wall-diving, reef diving and wreck diving. While the saltwater dogs get their fix, the freshwater enthusiasts can get theirs at one of two freshwater pools and poolside restaurant and bar, Seabreeze.

And while woods and irons keep you in the green during daylight hours, it's the ringing of the slots that will keep you up all night when you take advantage of resort's complimentary transportation to nearby Alhambra Casino. Whether you win big or not, a spacious suite at The Golf Villas, complete with a fully equipped kitchen, spiral staircase and rooftop whirlpool tub, is a wonderful choice for your stay in Aruba. And if Lady Luck smiles, just add another week to your stay!

This hotel is NOT all-inclusive. Food and drink must be purchased separately.
Unless otherwise specified, all services are available for an additional charge.



DINING

Sea Breeze Cafe
Type: Continental
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7:30am-11am; Lunch - daily, noon-4pm; Dinner - daily 6:30pm-9:30pm
Description: Casual and gourmet dining is available poolside at the open-air Seabreeze Restaurant.

Mulligan's Bar & Restaurant
Type: Casual
Hours: Daily, 6:30am-1am
Description: Light breakfasts and all-day casual dining, featuring a pizza oven.

Windows on Aruba
Type: New American
Hours: Lunch - daily, noon-2:30pm; Dinner - daily, 6pm-10:30pm; Brunch, Sun 10:30am-2pm
Description: A circular dining room with elevated two-story atrium, offering views of the ocean and golf course.

All hours are subject to change.



BARS/NIGHTLIFE

Mulligan's Bar & Restaurant
Drinks and snacks. Open daily until 1am.

Seabreeze Bar
Cocktails and drinks. Open daily until 10pm.

Alhambra Casino
9,000 sq ft of gaming, adjacent to resort. Daily, 10am-4am.



BEACH

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort is located across from Druif Beach.

POOLS

The resort features two freshwater pools, one of which has a view of the beach.

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES

Water
For an additional charge:

  • Kayaking
  • Snorkeling
  • Rafts<
  • Sunfish Sailing
  • Waverunners
  • Scuba
Land
  • Tennis court
  • Rock climbing

Golf
Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort is home to The Links at Divi Aruba, a beautifully landscaped, nine-hole golf course which also offers an exclusive clubhouse with two gourmet restaurants and a lounge with a water view. Designed by leading golf architects, Litten & Viola, the course is open to the public and offers preferred tee times to Divi guests. Professional golf instruction is available for individuals and groups.



INTERNET

Complimentary Wi-Fi is available at the resort.

SPA SERVICES

Spa services may be arranged outside of hotel.

WEDDING SERVICES

Honeymoon packages available. Contact front desk directly for details.

CHILD CARE

A "kids fun club" is available at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive Resort across from the Divi Village. The fun club is a supervised activities program available by half day or full day. The fun club is included in the all-inclusive package available to Divi Village guests (see dining page for details). Guests may also purchase days at the fun club individually.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Location
Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA): Approximate driving time is 10 minutes and distance is five miles.

Check-In/Check-Out
Check-in: 4pm. Check-out: noon. A valid credit card may be required upon check-in for possible incidentals not included in your hotel reservation. There must be an adult 21 years of age or older present in each room upon check-in.

Minimum Stay
A 3-night minimum stay is required at this resort from Apr 6, 2016 - Dec 19, 2016.



All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change without notice.
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