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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
  • READ MORE: Your Guide to the Caribbean

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


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Golf Course
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Family-friendly beachfront resort with two pools, a golf course and four restaurants

The Lowdown

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

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort
J.E. Irausquin Blvd 93
Oranjestad, Aruba


4.0 Very Good 2356 Reviews
Reviewed 1 day ago

very good room had a wonderful time.
Large supermarket 15min walk away had everything needed Staff were very friendly and most helpfull.
Beach was second to none. Nice restraints along the beach.
Getting about on the buses was very easy and economical.

Reviewed 3 days ago

Our stay was good, lack of customer service, nice location/good room.
I checked out last week and was told my 300$ deposit would be refunded in 2 to 3 days. Its been 7 and I cant get a hold of anyone when I call besides an automated message that keeps coming up and transferring me back to the same message. No damages occurred, I want my money back

Family vacay
Reviewed 4 days ago

The location of the Divi golf was perfect! The service was just so slow I mean like slow.....mostly in the restaurants. The food was pretty good. The bed we slept in was really uncomfortable PLEASE INVEST IN NEW MATTRESSES!

Reviewed 4 days ago

This is was one of my worse stays at a resort. I would not recommend Divi Village or its sister properties to anyone. We stayed here for 6 nights and we had an issue every day. The moment we checked the ceiling fan did not work. We tried calling maintenance no answer, Tried calling front desk. Got hung up all the time. Had to go thru the operator. They came and fixed it the next day and the fan was super wobbly that I thought it was gonna fall down. The real biggest issue was not having towels until 5 or 6pm each day of our stay. It was ridiculous and very upsetting especially when we had a 1 yo we wanted to shower before putting down for a nap after a day at the pool or beach. Second biggest issue was the wifi. Unfortunately being on vacation I had to do some work each day and needed the wifi. The wifi was so bad it only reached about 300 Kbps which made basic emailing very difficult or even to load a page 10 mins. 10 minutes of work turned into an hour of work. :( The last biggest issue was the service from the restaurant, bartenders and manager. One of the days we waited over 45 minutes for food when their was only 3 customers at the restaurant. We had to walk out bc our toddler could wait any longer for the food bc she was tired. We tried calling the manager and he didn't even offer an apology. Also, WATCH OUT for the bartenders as they try to give you the wrong amount of change at the infinity pool bar.

Reviewed 5 days ago

This resort was very disappointing the rooms and appliances are in dire need of repair. They had broken appliances, a broken bathroom door that would not close properly the door hinges were all rusty and broken. Hallways are dirty and maid service is terrible!. I WILL NEVER STAY AT THIS RESORT AGAIN!