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Het openbaar vervoer is prima geregeld op Aruba. De bus brengt u naar de winkels in Oranjestad of naar het vertier bij Palm Beach.


Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's

De Divi Villages zijn gesitueerd om de 9-holes golfbaan. Bij verblijf in deze accommodatie mag gebruik worden gemaakt van alle faciliteiten die het dichtbij gelegen Divi & Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive te bieden heeft. De eigen golfbaan beschikt tevens over een golfschool en winkel. Het Divi is gelegen op 30 minuten rijafstand van de luchthaven en op 10 minuten van Oranjestad. Het strand van Druif Beach ligt op 5 minuten rijden met de shuttle.

Vanaf € 195,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, zwembad
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, Studio
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, Divi Beach
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, golfbaan
  • Aruba Divi All Inclusive, Resaurant Windows
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Impressies

Divi Village All Inclusive, zwembad
Divi Village All Inclusive, Studio
Divi Village All Inclusive, Divi Beach
Divi Village All Inclusive, golfbaan
Aruba Divi All Inclusive, Resaurant Windows


Over Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's

Het Divi Village All Inclusive beschikt over verschillende restaurants en bars op het resort, maar tevens kan gebruik gemaakt worden van de restaurants en bars in de naastgelegen Divi accommodaties. Het Divi beschikt verder over een mooi aangelegd zwembad met glijbaan, watersportfaciliteiten zoals snorkelen, surfen, zeilen, kajakken, een fitnesscentrum met klimmuur, fietsen, beach volleybal,verlichte tennisbanen en themaavonden (avond entertainment).

Kenmerken

  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • sport en actie

Insiders tip

Het openbaar vervoer is prima geregeld op Aruba. De bus brengt u naar de winkels in Oranjestad of naar het vertier bij Palm Beach.

Hotelnaam:
Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's
Plaats/regio:
Eagle Beach & Druif Beach
Code:
H16719
Klasse:
Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 195 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen


Alle suites zijn luxe en modern ingericht en beschikken over airconditioning, flatscreen plasma televisie met dvd en surround geluid, wasmachine en droger, volledig ingerichte keuken, woonkamer met sofa, kluisje, wekkerradio en terras of balkon.

Studio en 2-kamer Villa Suites: zoals hiebroven met 1 kingsize bed en 1 queensize bed en geschikt voor maximaal 3 volwassenen of 2 volwassenen en 3 kinderen

3-kamer Villa Suites: zoals hiebroven met 2 kingsize en 2 queensize bedden en zijn geschikt voor 8 volwassenen.

U heeft hierbij de keus tussen een Gold en een Platinum pakket welke verschillen in het aantal restaurants en bars waar u gebruik van mag maken.



All Inclusive

• Family Plan: kinderen t/m 17 jaar zijn gratis!
• 13 verschillende restaurants
• 11 verschillende bars
• Gratis golfen vanaf 15 uur
• 7 zwembaden
• Kids club in Tamarijn Aruba
• Verlichte tennisbanen
• Minibar

Ligging

Het Divi is gelegen op 30 minuten rijafstand van de luchthaven en op 10 minuten van Oranjestad. Het strand van Druif Beach ligt op 5 minuten rijden met de shuttle.

Faciliteiten

• Niet gemotoriseerde watersport zoals snorkelen, kajakken, windsurfles
• Beach volleybal
• Aerobics-, yoga- en zumbba lessen
• Fietstours

 



Een vakantie Aruba staat natuurlijk in het teken van relaxen aan een van de mooie stranden op het eiland. Eagle Beach en Druif Beach zijn twee van de mooiere stranden van Aruba.

"Great proximity to the beaches!"

   22-01-2017
Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Divi Aruba but felt that the resort was a little bit run down. Several outside lights guiding you from one floor to the next were burnt out (they did replace when asked) and the food was just average in the buffet. The salad bar did not offer many fresh vegetables and the desserts were not that great. The pistachio ice cream was pretty good however. The two restaurants we ate at (Red Parrot and Italian one) were better than the buffet. I was more impressed with our room and food in the Mayan Riveria. The staff was pretty friendly but I didn't feel that we were that special as guests in the resort. No one was rude but the wait staff at the bar and in the buffet seemed a bit put off at times. I asked for a late checkout and they were very accommodating to us (appreciate that). Overall we had a great stay but felt the quality didn't match what we experienced in Mexico, for a similar price. However, the beaches/water/weather was amazing. Also, we had zero problems getting an umbrella at the beach and we did like the fact that this resort was NOT a high rise.

"4 starts is because of the 2 bedroom suite on the ocean"

   22-01-2017
Our Room was a 2 bedroom suite literally on the beach , I think it took 10 steps to get from our terrace to the Ocean. These suites had just been renovated and looked much nicer than the rest of the hotel. Our flight was cancelled at the last minute the day of our trip and so we arrived at the Divi two days later than we should have. Thank God I worked through a travel agent who could get us all on another flight and work with the hotel to change our stay from Jan 7-12 to Jan 9-14th. The hotel put us up in a 2 bedroom suite the first night ( which I believe was our original room) and then moved us to another 2 bedroom suite across the hall the next day. The man at the desk told us they had a room that they couldn’t use because it was under repair, so that is the room they moved us into from Jan 10-14th. There were a few problems with that room, like the master BR flooded one night during a storm , and the jacuzzi tub didn’t work in one bathroom. but they cleanup the flood quickly and I did not bother to complain about the tub since they already told us we were in a room that needed repair, and again as I said it was steps away from the ocean which makes everything better. (We walked down to those separate cottage type rooms one day and I was really glad I did not book my stay in one of those ! They looked so run down & crowded , plus they are a good walk away from the main pool and bars , the one bar near them ,the Sandpiper is in need of renovation and a good cleaning) Food The Buffett Breakfast stops at exactly 11am. most of the items at the Buffett change daily so it's not the same every day and there seemed to be something for everyone , but nothing fantastic. If I were to do it again I would make dinner reservations early for every night of my stay because the restaurants are so much better, and you need to book then a day or two in advance. I spent most of my time at the main pool - which was smaller than it looked on the website but was stil really nice. There is no swim up bar but there is a bar at each end of the pool. The second pool is in the middle of the hotel and the view is just of hotel rooms so we did not go there except the first day when there were no available chairs at the main pool . hint: Guest put towels or T-shirts on the pool chairs early in the morning to reserve the chairs - there were two chairs with T-Shirts on them all day everyday of our stay and I only saw a person sitting on them an hour or so a day. So I made sure to get my towels on my chairs early after that. I planned on doing water sports but didn’t see any at all - then on the last day I found out that they are all at the sister hotel the Tam which is down the beach a ways. There are little busses that take you to the Tam and back every 15 minutes so it’s not hard to get there - I did wonder if we should have booked the Tam instead of the Divi. I really wanted to go out on the boat ride but they said it was “getting a face lift” and they said there was no other boat ride available. Of course there were others but they don't go out of their way to help you book things. I also wanted to see the Donkeys but we were told the only way to see them was to take the 6.5 hour bus tour - again they don't help you or offer suggestions other than the 3 or 4 things they have, so you need to find your own way. We did the 3 hour Jeep tour ( $100 each) which was an exciting off road adventure. I recommend it to anyone who isn't really easily frightened. Be sure to wear sunglasses and don’t wear white. The 3.5 hour bus tour would have been a huge waste of money and borring based on what we saw. The sea was beautify the first day and I enjoyed it, but after that there were always 8-9 foot waves and it was too scary to swim in. We had two nights and one full day of hard rain, so don’t fall for the “it never rains in Aruba” line .

"Excellent beach and staff"

   21-01-2017
Location is great, short ride to town. And the beach is great. Soft sand, short walk. The staff are extremely helpful, warm, and friendly. Helped us with our wifi several times, we are in our 70's. The waiters and waitresses could not do enough for us. Free shuttles - 2 miles. Interesting and friendly other vacationers - from Sweden, Germany, Texas, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey etc. Great variety of food and restaurants. We stayed in older rooms because they were on the beach. We were very happy, room was clean. Newer rooms, 2 years old available.

"A minimal all-inclusive"

   20-01-2017
This is my first time to Aruba, and my last time to the Divi. The rooms were clean, but somewhat dated. There was a chain lock on the door, which was broken. The door also did not shut completely tight as we could see light out around the door frame and when it rained it sounded like it was a fountain in the room. There was no coffee in the room, no bottled water or anything else for that matter. There also was no room service. If you wanted bottled water you had to go to the store and purchase it. The buffet was marginal at best. The other dining areas that needed a reservation were pretty good. Most servers in the Divi were less than friendly. They seemed to look right past you. The beach at the Divi was not too crowded, which was nice, but it was very difficult to go into the water due to a very strong current and a very rocky ocean floor. I also used the gym, which had very dated weights and the ceiling was actually peeling down. I stayed only four days and at this facility, that was plenty. I did see other establishments that appeared much more appealing.

"First time to Aruba - mixed emotions"

   19-01-2017
I read reviews prior to our first trip away as a couple since our honeymoon 37 years ago. We selected Aruba because of the climate and because we've never heard a bad word from those we know who've been there many times. We chose the Divi All Inclusive (our 1st experience with and all inclusive) because we did not want a "high rise" but rather a beach front first floor accomodation with an informal atmosphere. So the positives were the location on the beach, the lanai, the great people we met from America who were regular visitors. Also, you can drink the great tasting water - a big plus due to the need to stay hydrated! Their breakfast buffet was excellent. Finally, we felt completely safe here and did not encounter vendors of any sort. The negatives include average, institutional quality food at the lunch and dinner buffet - think hospital or college food. The 'sit-down' restaurants were average at best and the first one you see after walking into the main lobby, a Mexican themed venue, served us food that was inedible. As we were deciding between the DR and Aruba we know a friend who travels to an all-inclusive in the DR each year. He raves about the food and the fact that their in-room fridge is fully stocked and maintained throughout their 10 day stay. While our room had the fridge it was empty - no soda, no water and it would be nice to return to the room and have an ice cold drink awaiting. Another negative was service. For example on one day we had torrential rains, we got soaked and upon returning to our room neither one of our key cards worked. In the pouring rain I walked to the desk, asked to speak to a manager and was not treated like a person paying $500 per day...no manager was present and I was handed a phone to talk to somebody...the lady on the other end of the phone was dismissive...long story short they simply issued us new card keys. While this did not ruin our trip it does give us pause about returning to this property! If we do return we will chose a different room level (although the lanai was the most expensive option we learned it was not the best) we will NOT take the DePalm bus transfers (cattle call) a taxi is more efficient and reliable, we will eat off site at dinner more often?!?


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