5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Aruba

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Everyone has dreamed of a Caribbean escape at least once in their lives. If you’re going to do it, then you might as well do it right, don’t you think? Anyone looking for an all-inclusive experience in paradise will not be disappointed by any of these 5 resorts, which we have picked out as the best of the best that Aruba has to offer. Check them out here, so you can check in to worry-free relaxation and fun!

All prices and information is based on research from 2021 and is subject to change. We are not affiliated with any of the properties described in this article.

  • 1. Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort

    Average Rating: 4.5/5 across multiple websites

    Price range: $430 – $500+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why Divi Dutch Village?

    Unlike all other all-inclusive resorts, Divi Dutch Village offers the unique charm of a village, making you feel at home the minute you arrive.

    All-Inclusive and Amenity Highlights:

    • All food & beverages free of charge
    • Fully-equipped kitchen in every room
    • Private deck or balcony
    • Swim-up bar
    • 3 pools
    • Family activities
    • Fitness center
    • Nearby lighted tennis court
    • BBQ Grills
    • Complimentary parking
    • Complimentary shuttle transportation

  • 2. Barcelo Aruba

    Average Rating: 4/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $430 – $500+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why Barcelo Aruba?

    Barcelo Aruba is perfectly located at the most beautiful beach in Aruba – Palm Beach. The views and beach atmosphere are hard to beat.

    All-Inclusive and Amenity Highlights:

    • 7 restaurants and 3 bars
    • Natural style swimming pool, with 2 hot tubs
    • Free meals and drinks
    • Free snorkeling equipment
    • Sports and leisure activities program
    • Kid’s Club with a program of supervised activities
    • Day and night time activities on the beach or around the pools
    • Diving classes around the pool (twice a week)
    • Gym
    • Live Music

  • 3. Holiday Inn Resort – Beach Resort & Casino

    Average Rating: 4/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $420 – $500+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why Holiday Inn Resort – Beach Resort & Casino?

    Apart from being amazingly located at Palm Beach, the most beautiful beach in Aruba, the Holiday Inn Resort offers on-site shopping and casinos for guaranteed entertainment.

    All-Inclusive and Amenity Highlights:

    • Free meals and drinks
    • Live Entertainment (also entertainment for kids)
    • Cocktail Lounge
    • Pool and whirlpool
    • Gym
    • 5 restaurants on site
    • Casino
    • On-site shopping

  • 4. Riu Palace Aruba

    Average Rating: 4/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $500 – $900+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why Riu Palace?

    If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to stay in a palace, then the Riu Palace is your go-to choice! Enjoy a majestic stay right on Aruba’s most beautiful beach: Palm beach.

    All-Inclusive and Amenity Highlights:

    • 24/7 all-inclusive resort with free meals, snacks and drinks
    • Themed restaurants
    • Two swimming pools and whirlpool
    • Gym
    • Show-cooking
    • Sports bar, patisserie, ice-cream parlour, swim-up pool bar

  • 5. Riu Palace Antillas Adults Only Aruba

    Average Rating: 4.5/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $500 – $650+ per night for 2 adults

    Why Riu Palace Antillas?

    This resort is for adults only, guaranteeing a romantic vacation without kids.

    All-Inclusive and Amenity Highlights:

    • 24/7 all-inclusive resort with free meals, snacks and drinks
    • Adults only
    • Swimming pool
    • Themed restaurants
    • Dance floor
    • Casino

We absolutely loved our trip to Aruba and we’re confident you will too; especially if you stay at one of our recommended resorts. If you’re not quite sold on any of these, then please feel free to explore more hotel options with the booking tool, below. Likewise, if you plan on exploring the island, then this is best done by car. We rented a car while in Aruba and we’re so glad we did.

More Travel Information for Aruba

If you want to learn more about Aruba before you go, then you’ll want to check out our massive Aruba Travel Guide, where we break down all the best tips and tricks for having a fantastic Caribbean vacation.

About the Authors

Authors Ryne Cook and Denise Braun from He Said or She Said

Ryne and Denise Cook: We spent 8 days on the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba, where we learned about the culture, the best places to go and the cheapest way to do everything you want to do there. That experience inspired this article, which we hope will serve as a guide to anyone wishing to have a dream vacation in paradise without breaking the budget.

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