Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort
What We Love
- Spacious suites and villas feel like homes-away-from-home, with full kitchens, living areas and private patios
- Two freshwater pools (one of which has a swim-up bar) and a children's splash area
- Four on-site restaurants, serving tasty plates like fresh seafood and wood-fired oven pizza
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What To Know
- This is more a family-friendly resort than a romantic retreat
- Not all suites have direct ocean views
- A 15.5 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Set on Aruba’s pristine white sand beach, the Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort is a family-friendly getaway with activities galore. The 391 suites are located in multiple buildings, all anchored by a curvaceous central pool (one of two freshwater pools on-site). Interiors have a sophisticated tropical tone, and guestrooms are done up in a palette of sandy beige, aqua blue and brown leather. The spacious suites and villas — the smallest at 600 square feet, the largest at 1,000 square feet — feel like homes-away-from-home, with full kitchens, living areas and private patios. During the day, hit the links at the nine-hole golf course, get a massage at the serene spa or go rock climbing on the beach-side wall. Satisfy your appetite at one of the resort’s four restaurants — tuck into American fare at Windows on Aruba, wood-fired oven pizza at Mulligan’s, and mouthwatering burgers at Infinity Grill. Thirsty? Grab a fruity cocktail at the swim-up bar or poolside Sea Breeze Cafe.
In the Area
Try a local Balashi beer under the thatch roof of the sandy Moomba Beach bar. For breakfast explore the island’s Dutch heritage with hubcap-size pancakes at Linda’s Dutch Pancakes. For dinner book a table under the twinkling lights in the ancient trees at Papiamento, a romantic Aruban restaurant set inside a 126-year-old cunucu house. Dinner at nearby Two Fools and a Bull, also set in a cunucu house, feels more like a dinner party. Guests — no more than 17 per night — gather for champagne in the back yard before sitting down for a tasting menu of creative European fare.
How to Get There
Get the 1-bedroom suite that has a second/half bathroom, since it makes the room so much better.
Great location for this resort. Get a rental car so can explore the Aruba on your time, since so many beaches you can just walk put an snorkel (why pay $60+ per person for a snorkel excursion when they go to the same beach you can just drive up to and leave anytime you want).
It was a great vacation and a great place to stay in a great location would highly recommend it. Staff and people in general were very freindly. It is indeed one happy island! If you get the chance to Aruba stay at one of the Divi Villages.
Beautiful resort. Staff was amazing. Shout out to all the staff at the pool bar and Erwin Williams (greeter at the entrance).
we stayed in a studio next to the pool. bring bug spray if you plan on having coffee on your veranda in the morning
Room was well laid out and in great condition.
Would highly recommend this resort