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Time to kick back, relax and catch those Caribbean rays at the all-suite Divi Dutch Beach Village Resort in Aruba. Sport
Time to kick back, relax and catch those Caribbean rays at the all-suite Divi Dutch Beach Village Resort in Aruba. Sporting furnished villas surrounded by freshwater pools and tropical gardens and including full kitchen facilities and a private patio and/or balcony, this resort is perfect for singles, couples and families who want the feel of renting a private cottage in the heart of an island paradise. Just steps away from the white sands and turquoise waters of the majestic Aruba coast, guests enjoy complimentary loungers, shady umbrellas and loungers for just the right amount of sun-to-shade ratio. And the nearby beach bar promises a remedy for any half-empty glass with a splash of tropical flare.
We just got back from a week at the Divi Dutch. We were not on the all-inclusive package. I'll keep it brief but to summarize, I highly recommend this hotel.
We have been to three of the Divi resorts in this area--the Divi, the Tamarijn, and now the Divi Dutch. We loved them all, the owners of this place really know what they're doing. The great thing is, when you stay at one you can use the facilities at all of them (pool, beach, gym, attend events, and if you're on the all-inclusive you can eat at any one of them).
The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. The room was clean, new and very nicely set up. We called the front desk a couple times for minor issues that came up and their response was immediate.
The beach at the Divi resorts is gorgeous. Blue water, white sand, not really that crowded (we've been there in both the peak season and the off season), great palapas (Google that word if you must). We think Aruba is the ideal tropical vacation because of the beautiful beaches and also because there are not beach vendors harassing you. I'm not sure if it's illegal to sell items on the beach or just not the custom, but there is nobody doing it. It's a great contrast from some other places we have been where you literally spend the whole day fighting off beach vendors.
Our room was on the first floor, and our patio was literally a 15-foot walk to the pool. How great to have that. The pool was nice, well maintained and clean. There are three pools at this resort alone; when it got a little noisy at the pool near our room we went to another one which was very quiet. The pools tend to close around 8 pm, we would have enjoyed an after-dinner swim but so be it.
We were not on the all-inclusive plan and it was fine. We liked making food in the kitchen on our own schedule rather than being tied to the meal schedule and we wound up saving some money. They have a bunch of grills at the resort that are brand new and are kept very clean. There is a supermarket with a Chinese name that is a 5-minute walk from the resort. It's not great but you can get what you need there. At the end of our trip we discovered a much nicer supermarket toward the middle of the island, we would have gone there if we could do it over again.
One note about not being on the all-inclusive package: it's a little harder to navigate than if you are on the plan. Things that normally would not incur a charge, like taking out swim fins from the sports area, require a nominal fee ($10). We didn't have a problem with it but it did require adjustment as we were on the all-inclusive during previous stays so we were not used to carrying money around with us.
Was to have early check-in ... as was indicated on request,,, after a plane arrival of around noon, had to wait until 4:00 to get a room. to add to his frustration, the other request for an upper-level room was totally neglected ... (and I had made the reservation over a month ago)! Then the bottom floor room had a "door that was too short" ... we had to stuff towels between the floor and the gaping "hole" underneath the "short door!" .... Wow, then to top it all off ... the water backed up in the shower, and the bathroom floor tiles, flooding th unit and damaging all our shoes on the floor,,, though they responded in a fairly timely manner,,, the damage was already done. There was never a consideration offered for any of these problems, and the staff all seem to "play ignorant" to each and every problem. We stayed at this resort on our first visit to Aruba several years ago in the late 70's, or early 80's ... the new renovations, still need work.
From:Brooklyn, New York Age:Over 65 Travel:3-6 trips/year
August 5, 2018
Recent stay at Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort was great. Our family of 4 - 3 adults and a 17 year old- were quite comfortable in the 1 bedroom suite. The room was like a small apartment! Was nice to have a frig and stove; we went to the grocery store and got drinks, liquor, snacks and some breakfast food. Didn't do the all inclusive; would reconsider that based on the price of groceries, drinks and dining out; plus there are many options for dining due to the multiple Divi resorts. People were friendly. Food was very good. The resort was quiet and peaceful, relaxing and family friendly. The concierge was incredibly helpful. Check in was slow.... only one person at the desk. Snorkeling equipment was available (to rent for the day) at a nearby Divi resort. The beach closest to us was quite rocky at some spots. Taxi service is readily available and the charge/rate is based on the location and is a fixed price, not dependent on number of travelers. There is also a shuttle available that travels to the other Divi resorts. Definitely get to the Aruba airport 3 hours before your flight leaves and recommend printing out boarding passes (easily done at the hotel) the day before or day of your flight. There are several security checks plus you go through customs at the airport. Overall a great vacation at a very nice resort!
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CheapCaribbean currently has a 5 night package available for this resort. Each unit is a condo complete with kitchen facilities so perfect for families and couples looking for self catering. The facility is actually located between the Divi Tamarijn and the Divi Aruba. Perfect for families, and anyone that loves to play golf. You are allowed to buy passes that allow you to eat at either the Divi Tamarijn or Divi Aruba. There is also an amazing restaurant on property. The Divi Village Golf and Beach is the newest section. If you're looking for something all inclusive in the same area you might want to look at the Divi All Inclusive!
Lots of sun, not much fun. If you are looking for fun and nightlife and a variety of good restaurants you would be better off at the Divi Tamarijin, The Divi Aruba or the Divi Phoenix. If you are young and want the party scene as well as sun you would probably be better off in one of the "high rise" district hotels. I just got back from Divi Dutch on 4/8/13
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3 years, 43 months ago
Not at this resort, but there are other resorts nearby that offer an all-inclusive. If you have any further questions or need help booking, please call and speak to one of our Beachologists at 1-800-915-2322.
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123 suites are available at this resort. Surrounded by lush, tropical gardens, each spacious room includes a furnished patio or balcony, Nespresso coffee, fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning and so much more.
Each condo at Divi Dutch Village has kitchen facilities so you can save on dining and splurge on scuba diving or the nearby Alhambra Casino!
What We'd Change
The area around the resort seems busy at times, but it's also easy to find a quiet spot at the pool or the beach for relaxing.
Why You Should Go
The beaches in Aruba are amazing, and this resort is on the popular Palm Beach and Druif Beach. You'll love spending your days relaxing in the sun!
Car Rental Available
Scuba Diving ($)
Dry Cleaning Services
Horseback Riding ($)
Meal Plan Available ($)
Handicap Room Available
Honeymoon Packages ($)
Nearby Excursions & Attractions
Jet Ski Rentals
Motor Boat Rentals
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 Dutch Village Beach Resort
J.E. Irausquin Blvd #47
+297 583 5000
Divi Dutch Beach Village Resort: Have Mega Variety with Minimum Stress
Time to kick back, relax and catch those Caribbean rays at the all-suite
Divi Dutch Beach Village Resort in Aruba. Sporting furnished villas surrounded
by freshwater pools and tropical gardens and including full kitchen facilities
and a private patio and/or balcony, this resort is perfect for singles, couples
and families who want the feel of renting a private cottage in the heart of an
island paradise. Just steps away from the white sands and turquoise waters of
the majestic Aruba coast, guests enjoy complimentary loungers, shady umbrellas
and loungers for just the right amount of sun-to-shade ratio. And the nearby
beach bar promises a remedy for any half-empty glass with a splash of tropical
With a total of three freshwater swimming pools--two with adjacent hot tubs
and one with a rhythmic jetted section, guests can find relaxation in the water
or out. Under the optional meal plan, guests can snag delicious Italian fare
alfresco at the sun-drenched Sea Breeze Cafe.
Liven up the hours after sundown with a complimentary shuttle trip to the
nearby Alhambra Casino--open 'til 4am. Take in one of the theme parties or
other nightly live entertainment, courtesy of Divi Dutch Beach Village Resort.
Daytime romance blossoms with the help of the kids club, where the youngsters
can play while you're enjoying time with your sweetie. The resort can even help
arrange for babysitting services. You can opt for a horseback ride on the beach
or a round of golf at the nearby nine-hole Links Golf Course. Take advantage of
the superb diving opportunities, including wall dives, reef dives and wreck
dives, where you'll discover the remains of old ships sunk during WWII. Looking
for souvenirs and knick-knacks for those back home, the Divi complex is loaded
with those, too.
Then head back to a perfect suite, like the One Bedroom Suite that's just
right for a family. Relax in the Jacuzzi and dream about tomorrow.
This hotel is NOT All-Inclusive. Food and drinks must be purchased
Unless otherwise specified, all services are available for an extra charge.
Sea Breeze Cafe Type: International Hours: Breakfast- daily, 7:30am-11am; Lunch-daily, noon-4pm;
Dinner- daily, 6:30pm-9:30pm Description: American and Italian cuisine alfresco on the
sunny terrace. Sea Breeze Cafe is located at Divi Village Golf and Beach
Resort. Reservations are recommended
Mulligan's Type: International Hours: Daily, 6:30am-11pm Description: Located on the course at Divi Village Golf and
Beach Resort. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an eclectic menu
featuring pizzas, pastas, soups, sandwiches, steaks and seafood.
Tiki Tiki Cafe Type: Light fare Hours: Lunch - open daily; Dinner - Saturday only Description: Enjoy light sandwiches and snacks by the pool. On Saturday, enjoy a sunset dinner by the pool.
All hours are subject to change.
Open daily, 11am-6pm.
Divi Dutch Village offers a complimentary shuttle to Alhambra Casino at the
nearby Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort. Daily, 10am-4am.
The resort sits near the beach on the coast of Aruba. Complimentary towels,
lounge chairs, cabanas and palapas are provided.
The resort features three freshwater swimming pools, one with a jetted section
and two with adjacent hot tubs. Complimentary towels, lounge chairs and
umbrellas are provided.
Non-motorized water sports are offered at the nearby Divi Aruba and Tamarijn
Guests have access to activities at the nearby Divi Winds Sports Center at
the Tamarijn Resort and Divi Winds Sports Center, including:
Guests may enjoy golf at the nine-hole Links Golf Course at Divi Village Golf
and Beach Resort.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available at the resort.
Complimentary transportation is provided to Indulgence by the Sea, the day spa
at Divi Aruba All Inclusive Resort. The spa offers a variety of massages, body
and facial treatments, as well as salon services and yoga classes.
A variety of wedding packages are available through Divi Resorts and Aruba
Weddings For You. All packages include the services of a staff wedding
coordinator, and a variety of options are available for flowers, dining,
decoration and entertainment.
Guests may purchase individual days at the Kids Fun Club at
the Divi Tamarijn All-Inclusive Resort near the Divi Dutch Village. Daily, 10am-4pm.
Located 10 minutes from Queen Beatrix International Airport and five minutes
from downtown Oranjestad.
Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 4pm. Check-out: noon.
A valid credit card may be required at this resort.
All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change without notice.