With all the high-risers dotting the coastline of Aruba’s fine beaches, the low-risers have been literally overshadowed. But if there’s one place that’s up for the challenge and is obviously not daunted by the front liners, it’s the Tamarijn Aruba.
Although this beach resort does not belong to the glamorous roster lining up the Palm Beach, the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive can still be considered at par with them. For one, they wouldn’t be charging quite a steep price (if we are to compare it with other low-risers) if they have services that fall way below the standards of high-end establishments. A Deluxe Oceanfront accommodation could already average at around $314. It can reach up to about $400 for a one-bedroom Garden Suite.
Their all inclusive offer gives clients access to majority of the amenities. Food at four restaurants, unlimited beverages at three bars and taxes and service charges are included. Land sports, non‑motorized water sports and use of the fitness center are also part of it. One extraordinary feature is the rock climbing wall, fit for the adventure seeker. And this comes with the package as well.
Nightlife in the Tamarijn Aruba is varied to suit the diverse tastes of visitors. Nights were designed to showcase specific themes for their clientele’s entertainment. There’s a Mexican fiesta, carnival night, limbo night and karaoke night, which, by the way, also fall within the all inclusive offer. The kids are not spared of the “free” entertainment, with supervised activities lined up by the Kids Camp (bingo, scavenger hunt, painting and some interactive sports).
A full-service health spa at the Tamarijn Aruba awaits the weary traveler. Indulgence by the Sea offers massages and body and facial treatments, which aim to promote health and beauty amidst the anticipated exhaustion that goes with a supposedly relaxing vacation. Given all the merriment around the island, exhaustion is inevitable.
There are dozens of other services that may be availed of, but surcharges may apply for those that are not part of the Tamarijn Aruba all inclusive package. Internet access requires an add-on fee.
The vibrant yellow shade of summer dominates all 236 guestrooms in 14 two-storey buildings sprawled along powdery white sands. There are patios and balconies and tropical colors scattered among every room furniture, accent or fabric. The Tamarijn Aruba could just be the perfect summer rendezvous for a group seeking a different kind of adventure.
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