Divi Aruba All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
When you stay at Divi Aruba All Inclusive in Oranjestad, you’ll be on the beach and minutes from Druif Beach and Alhambra Casino. This all-inclusive resort is within close proximity of Links at Divi Aruba and Bushiri Karting Speedway.
Make yourself at home in one of the 265 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Partially open bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 3 outdoor swimming pools, an outdoor tennis court, and a fitness center. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Guests who want to try their luck at the slots can hop on the complimentary casino shuttle.
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Satisfy your appetite at one of the resort’s 4 restaurants. Visit one of the 4 bars/lounges, 2 beach bars, and 3 poolside bars for a refreshing drink.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
We spent our 10th anniversary at the DIvi and had a great time!
If you’re looking between Divi and the Tam (right next store and share restaurants and amenities) book the Divi for the beach alone. The Tam has less to no beach access and will require you to shuttle or walk if you want to enjoy the sand and ocean.
What we loved:
-The blue water/great views
-Good selection of nightly entertainment without leaving the resort
-never felt unsafe
-Variety of restaurants/food
-drinkable water stations throughout the resort
-Reasonable price for what you get
What could be better:
-Thin walls and being woken up by toddlers every morning at 7am in the room next to us
-Shower that sprayed water into the bathroom floor
-there’s 2-3 feet of broken rocks, shells in the ocean that made it difficult to walk into the water. It would be hard for
Someone who has difficulty walking to balance over the rocky areas to find soft sand in the ocean to wade in
-Too many fruity drinks, not a big draft selection, weak drinks.
Aruba is a beautiful island
The beautiful beach made the trip worth it.
Check in was ok, walk up to the counter and wait in line. The rooms are adequate. Nothing special about the bathroom or shower. The mini fridge is not stocked with anything. The WiFi is very poor.
The pools are acceptable. You do need a card to get towels at only one location. The towel girl was usually busy doing her nails, the towel guy was great.
Restaurants: Stick with the buffet, it was the best with the friendliest people. The Asian fusion restaurant need some food prep training for tempura.The onion ring looked like a deep fried doughnut and very oily, I had to remove all the coating and ended up only eating the shrimp. Tempura is light fried with panko. The salmon dinner was overcooked. My lovely lady had the Tokyo Noodles, which she said not bad..The other restaurants were acceptable, nothing special. Once again the buffet was by far the best and fun.
Staff 99% friendly, outgoing and helpful. A visit to the golf course found a very rude lady manger at Windows. A very sharp tongue.
NOW, for the price we paid it was well worth it. The view was lovely, the staff lovely, the bars were really great with real drinks, food and snacks always available. Great shuttle service to the other resorts always quick. Easy access to the rest of the island and great entertainment and activities. They had very nice Iguanas. Very very close to the airport.
We went to Divi all inclusive in may for our 30th wedding anniversary. The check in was very good as we did it on the coach and our bags turned up in the room in record time.The room was very clean albeit a little bit tired but no real conplaints.It was about 30 feet from the beach which was lovely and the beach was spotless.The hotel has a sister hotel called Tamarin which is about a 5 minute walk along the beach or you can catch an electric shuttle that regulary runs between the two.
The restaurants at both are good,we especially liked the italian as it was more of a sofisticated experience.When you went in there was a bar that you could sit at before you ate and had glasses rather than the plastic cups at the other bars. I can understand that you cannot have glass near pools or the beach but to have only one bar at the Tamarin and none at the Divi that serves drinks in glasses is in my opinion not a 4 or 5 star establishment.
Another minus was the queing up to book a restaurant at the concierge desk,if for example a couple wanted to book a trip they could be there for 20 to 30 minutes and you are queing up to book a restaurant which takes less than 2 minutes and you look at reception and there is nobody there and 2 people just looking into space,I would think that this needs addressing as all other hotels I have stayed in have a dedicated restaurant booking desk.
The internet connection at the Divi is completely unacceptable for a modern country,I would expect this if I was in Cape Verde or africa ,The internet at the Tamarin was fine so why not at the Divi??
Overall the holiday was very good and I would recommend a visit but if the criticisms were addressed it would be outstanding.
The best waiter/waitress goes to Juliette in the asian restaurant, she was a breathe of fresh air,so jolly she should get an employee bonus if there is such a thing.
Our Tui rep was outstanding as well and supplies a really goog service.
We just returned with a bunch of friends celebrating our friends birthday. It was ok especially because we got a great deal but I don’t think we will go back to this resort.
Our room was really nice. It was in the 3400 block on the top floor with a beautiful ocean view. It was basic but nice.
The ocean was beautiful. It has small waves but does get deep fairly quickly but we had fun in the ocean.
We hung outside the pool near our rooms. It was quieter than the main pool but with a bar right there. Helen is the bartender and she was very nice. However, the selection of drinks is meh at best. They have a bunch of fruity drinks. We liked the carribean temptation and the strawberry frozen mojito but it was too sweet to drink all day. The wine was not great either. We asked to make a non-frozen regular mojito and they couldn’t do that.
One of the things that annoyed me most was the reservations. I understand needing reservations but you should be able to find a spot for most of your guest. When we got in, we knew day one we’d have to do buffet but tried to make reservations for the next evening and they had nothing available at all. I just feel like I payed for more than a buffet. The food was so-so. Breakfast is the same every day with no variety, lunch is a little mixed up at the buffet but most of the core food remains the same. The only thing I thought was excellent at the buffet was the roast pork and chicken. We are at the red parrot one night but it was only ok. I’ve been to all inclusives and overall this is the worst when it comes to food.
We had a large group so we had fun with the good company and gorgeous weather and pool/ocean. It’s close to the airport as well. However, I do think the Divi can and should do better. They just aren’t at a competitive levels with other all inclusives including other all inclusives in Aruba
After an initial disappointment with our location at the Tamarin we were given a room with a much better outlook and we found an amazing beach between the Tamarijn and the Divi All Inclusive.. We found a bar for excellent snacks and drinks called the Sandpiper. Staff very good plus the best burgers I have ever tasted.
We found a bar at the All Inclusive that had excellent entertainment, which for All Inclusive is quite an achievement. The beach bar at the All Inclusive hosted amazing sunsets, staff behind the bar brilliant, always receptive . We had the pleasure of meeting Alicia who worked at this bar. Whilst they all work well she did stand out. She was proactive, she remembered your names and drinks you would generally have. This wasnât just with us but with all guests. She made people feel special by this recognition, it became special to you. Always smiling.
What could have been turned out to be a very disappointing holiday was the complete opposite. Our TUI representative at the Tamarijn Judith was excellent as well and she needs special thanks
We will go back again but maybe for a week next time and to the Divi All Inclusive