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Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
Ervaar het luxe Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino dat uniek is door de speelse combinatie van 2 accommodaties met een eigen atmosfeer: het Renaissance Marina Hotel voor koppels en het Renaissance Ocean Suites voor gezinnen. Het is gelegen in het centrum van Oranjestad op 2,5 kilometer afstand van de luchthaven.
- Zwembad bij Ocean Suites
- Zwembad bij Marina Tower
- Aruba Renaissance Resort, Ocean King room
- Renaissance Island, Flamingos
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KamerbeschrijvingenIsland Suite - Renaissance Ocean Suites
De Renaissance Ocean Suites liggen schuin tegenover het Marina Hotel en zijn ideaal voor gezinnen. De comfortabele 2-kamer suites zijn geschikt voor 4 personen en voorzien van een magnetron, koelkast, minibar, koffiezetapparaat, airco, telefoon, tv, badkamer met douche en een balkon of terras. In de woonkamer vindt u een slaapbank. De aparte slaapkamer heeft eveneens televisie en airco. De Island Suite hebben uitzicht op het park of het eiland.
Ocean Suite - Renaissance Ocean Suites
De Ocean Suites hebben uitzicht op het zwembad of zee en zijn voorzien van van een magnetron, koelkast, minibar, koffiezetapparaat, airco, telefoon, tv, gratis WiFi, badkamer met douche en een balkon of terras. In de woonkamer vindt u een slaapbank. De aparte slaapkamer heeft eveneens tv en airco.
Island Room - Renaissance Marina Hotel
Deze kamers hebben uitzicht op het eiland en zijn verder ook voorzien van airco, tv, telefoon, toilet, gratis WiFi, badkamer met regendouche, gratis WiFi, een haardroger, minibar, kluisje, koffiezetapparaat en een Frans balkon.
Ocean King - Renaissance Marina Hotel
Ook deze kamers zijn voorzien van airco, tv, telefoon, toilet, gratis WiFi, badkamer met regendouche, gratis WiFi, een haardroger, minibar, kluisje, koffiezetapparaat en een Frans balkon, maar hebben uitzicht op zee, de marina of het zwembad.
Het hotel is centraal gelegen in het centrum van Oranjestad op 2,5 kilometer afstand van de luchthaven.
• Gratis WiFi
• 3 zwembaden
• 1 grote casino's
• Okeanos Spa
• Verschillende restaurants
• Kinderopvang met kinderprogramma
• Live muziek ('s avonds)
• Boottaxi's brengen u naar het privé eiland met twee stranden
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: kajakken, zeilen en snorkelen
• Kids Club
In de Arubaanse hoofdstad Oranjestad vindt u nog vele koloniale gebouwen. Winkelen kunt u in en rond de Nassaustraat, het levendige en gezellige centrum van de stad. Ook treft u in Oranjestad verschillende horecagelegenheden. De bekendste strandgebieden van Aruba strekken zich ten westen van Oranjestad uit. Aruba kent veel accommodaties aan het strand, maar ook enkele in of bij de hoofdstad. Het centrum kent het Renaissance Resort, eigenlijk twee hotels, een met kamers en de ander met suites, bekend van haar unieke privé-eiland. In de stad treft u overigens ook het Talk of the Town Hotel & Beach Club.
"Potentially Deadly Safety Issue"
I would have given the resort an overall excellent review except for a potential deadly safety issue which did not seem to raise much concern on the part of Renaissance Management. In addition, (although minor in comparison to the former issue) women housekeepers kept walking in on me (5 days in a row) while I was using the Menâ€™s Room and started cleaning. I experienced and reported a potentially deadly safety issue which occurred on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at The Renaissance Island Iguana Beach in Aruba. I experienced an incident that put me in grave danger while snorkeling in the lagoon and I need to assure myself that this issue has been addressed at the Resort and assure myself that Iâ€™ve done all that is in my power to prevent this from happening in the future to another guest. I decided to snorkel in what I assumed was a very safe environment, the enclosed lagoon on Renaissance Island Iguana Beach. Knowing that I could stand up in much of the lagoon. I slowly started snorkeling the perimeter from the beach around the rock retaining wall. Much of the area I could even touch bottom with my hand. Suddenly, a very strong current sucked me through a small, UNSEEN, gap in the wall like a lemon pit through a straw, and out into the ocean with 3 waves. Within microseconds I tried to grab hold of the rock wall but failed. I tried to swim back through the gap but I did not have the strength to fight the current. Luckily, having the knowledge of Emergency Preparedness and in Survival, and wearing professional snorkel gear, I was able to accomplish the following within the next few microseconds: 1. Added additional buoyancy to my vest. 2. Realized rescue would not come immediately and I needed to act quickly. 3. Needed to, if possible, anchor myself to the rock wall away from the gap. 4. Use my whistle for sending an emergency distress call. Fortunately, I eventually was able to make it to the rock wall and was also able to use the waves to push me over the wall to the other side. I Realized (in hindsight, and only from what I was able to observe on the Island - and I hope I am wrong) an open water rescue would have taken at least 15 minutes. Reported This To: 1st: Two employees on the Island, one who saw my cuts and asked if I needed medical attention, but I had already stopped the bleeding and taken care of them. 2nd: When we arrived back to the Resort lobby I asked to speak to the manager on duty to report a possible deadly safety hazard. They connected me by phone. She shocked me by saying that they knew about the potential safety issue. She appeared less concerned about the Safety Issue than about my stay at the Resort. She promised to have Security call me in my room to report what happened â€œin ten minutes.â€ Security never called me even though I waited more than â€œten minutesâ€. 3rd: The next day at the Front Desk I was checking my upcoming check-out time. A resort associate noticed, and asked about my cuts and bruises. She said she would let her manager, (a different manager), know and she did get back to me later that he would try to address the issue. Since I firmly believe this is a potentially deadly safety issue, and was unsure that the resort addressed the issue I sent my concerns to Marriott Corporate Global Safety and Security. It took about a month for them to reply - stating that they will look into the issue. 2 weeks ago, after another 6 weeks passing with no update we requested information on any corrective actions taken. --- Still waiting for the information. I hope this may at least warn people of this possible safety issue. Incident occurred â€“ April 5, 2017
"Not for me"
I just came back from a week at the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino and I must say that I was disappointed. I was part of a group of 12 on the all-inclusive plan. Upon booking and at check in I was handed a print out of what the package includes and how the program works. As I have been to many all-inclusive resorts, I know that this list is my bible. Unfortunately, the resort did not think the same way. First of all, the restaurants and hours of operation were incorrect. This should be updated weekly so guests are aware of their dining choices. The bar was a constant source of embattlement. I asked for a drink with Smirnoff, which is listed on the all-inclusive brands, and was told that there was none at the resort. They offered me Eristoff. As I paid for a name brand vodka, I was not interested in Eristoff. I suggested they give me Absolute Vodka and was told that it was not in my plan. I only asked for what I was promised. If this is not available, a suitable name must be substituted. After much ado, Prim, in the Aquarius, â€œfoundâ€ Smirnoff. He even went as far as bringing the unopened bottle to us, which I thought was the show of an excellent manager. You need more Prims at your resort. The same problem arose at the Mangrove Beach Bar. Again, after some yelling, the Smirnoff arrived. At Papagayo, they simply said that they did not have it until the manager heard me complain and â€œfoundâ€ a bottle. I spoke to Carlton at the Marina Hotel and, again, asserted that I was only asking for what I was promised when booking the Renaissance. He consulted with Prim and assured me that I would get the brands I was promised. Back at Sole, they ran out of Bombay and I was told that I could have another gin I have never heard of. I suggested they substitute Tanqueray, which is equal in price. They would not since it was not in my plan. Hearing me argue, the manager came over and told me to â€œrelax and enjoy my vacation.â€ I said I would if I was given what I was promised. She told me that she had to go to Marina to get Bombay and she would not substitute a different brand of gin. Seeing that this was causing a scene, the bartender, Jac, poured the Tanqueray into my cup and settled the problem. The Bombay arrived later in the day. Obviously, this manager did not receive the Marriott manager training. To make matters worse, the bartenders, Rudmar in particular, were rude and inattentive. This was surprising to me as I have been to the Marriott in Curacao and Cerita was the best bartender I have ever had. Here, I often had to get out of the pool and flag Rudmar down to get a drink. On one occasion, he told me that we were a large group and took too long to order, so he was taking others before us. I told him that I was sorry, but our group spent close to $30,000 for a vacation and that was not acceptable. By the last day, we were tired of arguing and drank something else. We were told that Smirnoff would be taken off the all-inclusive plan, so it wonâ€™t be a problem anymore. That may be true, but we will not be going back to find out. The food was enjoyable with the exception of the Italian buffet. There was a limited selection and trays were not refilled. Desserts also were not refilled either. After complaining to the chef, we were offered ice cream. A very nice gesture, but a lousy meal. As far as the beach goes, it was a little time consuming getting there, but Renaissance Island was lovely. However, tickets are sold to people not staying at the resort and we had a difficult time finding lounge chairs and huts. This is not fair to hotel guests. Another main problem was the boats to and from the Renaissance Island. The boats clearly state that there are 25 life jackets on board. This leads me to believe that the boats should only hold 25 persons. However, the staff chose to pack as many people as they could on the boats and at one time, there were 35. I can swim, so I could save myself if the boat capsized, others may not be so lucky. Yes, you can say I am being ridiculous and that would never happen. Look in the news and see how many ferries have capsized for the same reason. I imagine there is a coast guard of some type in Aruba. I will be forwarding this appropriately to assure that lives are not in danger. I will say that your front desk staff, Dito in particular, were wonderful and very attentive. The two resorts are clean and well maintained. We stayed in the Ocean Suites and the rooms were lovely. Both the Aquarius and L.G. Smithâ€™s Steak & Chop House were excellent and, again, the staff were wonderful. The gym was updated and comfortable, better than most resorts in the Caribbean. It was also nice to have the golf cart to shuttle people between resorts. My father is elderly, and he really enjoyed this feature. If you are going to offer an all-inclusive package, then you have to give guests what they are promised. The Renaissance is a nice resort and we would have had a great vacation if we were not constantly arguing to get simply what we paid for and what we were promised.
"Very Nice Place with a Few Areas for Improvement"
We were in the Ocean Suites. The room was clean but the utensils need to be replaced. In addition, approximately 25% of the lounge chairs on the beaches were broken. We were informed that Marriott has sold this resort to Wind Creek casino resorts. We have no idea of their reputation. The beaches and ocean are fantastic. There was a power outage on the island during the night of the Sole Beach concert, but that was not the resort's fault, and it all worked out. Aruba is one of my four favorite islands to visit.
This is our third time here. We have always enjoyed the private island. We have been somewhat disappointed this year. Previously, the adult side of the island seemed to be pretty tranquil with not too many people around and no children. This time around, however, there have been quite a lot of people by comparison and it seems like there are always children over here. Most of the people I've spoken to or overheard today are not staying at the hotel - apparently they bought tickets to come here. Maybe that is a new thing and why it is more busy than we are used to. As far as the children, typically they will come by to see the flamingos and leave, but there seems to be a lot of families coming over here this week. There's a family here now that's been here for over an hour and multiple staff people have gone by and said nothing. The signs are in English, so possibly they are not aware the children are not allowed. However, the staff does nothing about it. I mention this only because if that's something important to you, don't bank on it.
"It's all About the Island"
We came to this hotel after seeing the Flamingo Beach numerous times on social media and being flamingo lovers. Taking into account that it costs almost $100 a day per person to visit the island if you are not staying at the hotel, it seemed a sensible option to stay at the hotel, where you can visit the island as many times as you wish, including transportation via speedboat. It is a magical hotel because of the private island and the journey to the island. It does not disappoint. A channel has been built from the sea into the hotel, which crosses under the road. Get used to people standing above you as you travel out of the hotel, taking pictures of the boat, and by default you and your fellow passengers. The island is split into two sides. Flamingo beach, which is meant to be adults only (but there were some people with children who ignored this and went into the water for flamingo pictures of their children, which I found concerning) and Iguana Beach for families. At busy times you will be lucky to secure a picture of the birds without people searching for their perfect selfie. I recommend staying late, or going early if you want to take pictures of the flamingos being - well - birds. The beach is lovely, but a wee bit rocky underfoot in the water. There is a small bar, where you can order drinks and snacks. The private cabanas with waiter service that can be hired by the day are on this beach. The family side of the island has a larger restaurant and bar, with good waiter service and a less rocky beach. There were not many families present when we stayed. The beach is larger and has a varied population of iguanas. The water on both beaches is clear and sheltered, with brightly coloured fish clearly visible. There are also two sides to the actual hotel, the Ocean Suites, where rooms are larger, suitable for families and have a roomy balcony. At the Renaissance Marina, rooms are spacious, with walk in showers, a seating area, delightfully comfortable beds, with French windows, but nowhere to sit out and suited to couples. Maid service is good, but is later, rather than earlier, in the day. We took the all inclusive package, which allows access to all restaurants, with very few restrictions. As Aruba is not cheap, this was definitely the better option. All waiter service on the beaches was included. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful. Special mentions to Blue Bar staff, Glen, Edwardo and Joanne. All worked cheerfully under periods of high pressure. One particular evening, there was a wedding at the hotel and Joanne was working under such pressure I'm amazed she coped. But she did - with humour and grace. Although this hotel isn't perfect, it is a lovely place to stay, it oozes class and although it certainly isn't the cheapest hotel in Aruba, I am so glad we chose the Renaissance.
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