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- Parelwitte stranden van Palm Beach
- Azuurblauwe zee van Palm Beach
- Aruba Holiday Inn, Partial Oceanview King
- Kids Club
Over Holiday Inn Resort Aruba
- sport en actie
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Het Holiday Inn ligt direct aan het prachtige, uitgestrekte strand van Palm Beach en wordt omgeven door een mooie tropische tuin. De Reina Beatrix luchthaven ligt op ongeveer 12 kilometer afstand van het resort; Oranjestad is gelegen op circa 10 minuten rijafstand.
- Diverse restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Winkeltjes en boetieks
- Fitnessruimte met sauna
- Intermezzo Spa
- 3 Zwembaden, waarvan een kindvriendelijk en tevens begaanbaar voor mindervaliden
- 3 Jacuzzi’s
- 4 Verlichte tennisbanen
- Babysitservice (tegen betaling)
- Watersportliefhebbers kunnen (tegen betaling) terecht bij de naastgelegen watersportpier met duikschool voor snorkelapparatuur, duikcursussen, waterfietsen, kanoverhuur en parasailing
- Animatie (entertainment, live muziek en thema-avonden) voor alle leeftijden
- KidSpree Vacation Club (dagelijks) met activiteitencentrum met een spelletjesruimte en speeltoestellen
Palm Beach, gelegen nabij Oranjestad, behoort tot de mooiste en bekendste stranden van Aruba. Hier vindt u het droombeeld van blauw water en wit poederzand. Een gezellige 'boardwalk‘ met winkeltjes en horeca langs het strand verbindt de verschillende 'high rise' hotels met elkaar. Door de aflandige wind is de zee hier heel rustig en veilig. Aan dit populairste strand van Aruba is een groot aantal vooral luxe hotels naast elkaar gelegen. Alle hotels zijn aan de strandzijde verbonden met de mooie boulevard, waar u 's avonds heerlijk kunt wandelen. Aan de andere kant van de hotels treft u een aantal winkelcentra.
"Average Hotel, +1 for being on the beach"
For the most part, you get what you pay for at the Holiday Inn. I bought my rooms via a third party site but for the price I paid the room accommodations were acceptable. If I had paid what they advertised on their site I might have felt like my money was wasted but I got the room for a great deal. Just an FYI the rooms only had a coffee maker, refrigerator, and TV. It was a no frills hotel which is fine since we spent most of our day outside. I like to have tea in the morning and before bed but the only way they provided us to heat water was with a very cheap plastic coffee machine. I called the front desk and restaurant to ask if they could bring me hot water (even offered to pay for it) and they said no. I also had to complain about the wifi twice before they took my complaint seriously and brought an IT guy to my room to fix us up with a new router. The first time I called the person at the front desk said no one else complained so he couldn't do anything for me. I used to work for IT so I know what slow internet speeds are. It would take over 5 mins to load an email and every 10 mins or so my boyfriend and I would lose connect. If you have wifi issues I recommend calling about it immediately to the front desk, especially in the mornings --don't wait like we did. Lastly, the palapas on the beach were confusing to understand. It took me 3 days to fully understand how the system works - the people at the front desk don't explain it unless you ask but I recommend asking someone you meet on the beach instead. If not I would continue to read this. Basically you need to go to the towel tent at 3:45 every day to reserve you palapa for the next day. At 3.45 you line up outside the text and they hand you a raffle ticket, after they give you the ticket they do a lottery system and pull tickets and you line up again to officially reserve your palapa (picking the location). The people who get drawn in the lottery first can pick locations closer to the water. After you reserve your palapa, you need to arrive again at the towel tent before 10:30am the next morning. If not they will unreserve your palapa and are free to give it away to other people. What I learned is that you can take any palapa/tent you want after 10:30 is there is nothing on the seat(no towel, personal items, etc). Often around 3pm I would go out to find palapas near the water abandoned and would then claim them for the rest of the day. People will be confused and/or complain but these these are the rules. IF you want to claim your palapa you must leave something like a towel or personal belonging.
It was my first time here in Aruba with my boyfriend. We got there around 1:30 to check in, and they told us the room wasnt ready till 4. (Fair, checked in was at 4. I expected to wait). Came back and checked at 3:30 because they said maybe it would be ready by then, nope. Then at 4pm and still not ready and finally 5:30pm to finally get our room on the first floor with no view. It was okay, because I understand that someone has to take the bad room esp when we didnt pay to upgrade or anything. But it was frustrating watching people who arrived at 4pm got their rooms before us. Other than that, I wouldn't complain much about the hotel. Our room was very basic, nothing special at all. Very thin walls, could hear every words our neighbor were talking, or used the bathroom. Every morning there was always a crowd talking so loudly in the hallways for some reason. I guess they figured it was the best placed to have a conversation where everyone would be sleeping. But anyways, we did the all inclusive, which I suggest. Food was expensive. We are not big foodie people, we eat, but we don't really care too much about experiencing "Aruba' food" which wasn't much, if you were looking to eat within walking distance from the hotel. A lot of american franchise were around the hotel. I just cant imagine eating 3 times a day outside of the hotel, it would've been too much work and money. It costs about 70$ more per person per day for all inclusive, which I thought was a bargain. Each meal costs us about 80$ at least for 2 people. There was only 2 dining restaurants, and sometimes they have events by the pool which was a buffet. The first night I really enjoyed the buffet food they had, but they didn't have good desserts. Nor did the other dining restaurant we ate at for 2 nights. It wasn't bad for the 4 nights we were there. But I imagine it getting rough if we stayed there longer and looking at the same menu. I wish they had better desserts. I was deprived of desserts. Don't think I had any during my stay here at all. One of the best thing about this hotel is that it has 3 pools, and its right on the beach. We always found lounge chairs, and the water was so beautiful. There is always a taxi if you need it, and souvenir shops within walking distance and in the hotel. We had a great time. Aruba is def a great place to visit. Holiday Inn was a great location. We booked a great excursion via the desks they have, very affordable. Overall, it was a good experience.
"Another great visit"
My wife and I just had a great stay at this resort. We have stayed here before. The visit was flawless. Check-in was friendly. Beach was wonderful. Room had great view (see photos) and housekeeping and all service was perfect. We had an ocean view room and were in the Sea Tower which is off to one side of the resort and quite nice. The only consideration with that particular tower is that the unaffiliated beach bar next door does have DJ's and bands that play late in the evening. Didn't bother us but we aren't light sleepers. We had an excellent lunch at Sea Breeze on the resort. You are within walking distance to so many good food options. The beach on this property is one of the best on the island. Great visit and we hated to leave.
"Aruba palms beach March 2018"
Our room was a standard room and it was clean, comfort mattress, nice bathroom with toiletries. The view we had was horrible (rooftop) but we got this room really cheap and through snap travel . There were better rooms with ocean views but we got a great deal . We never stayed in the room. The location is AMAZING! The beach is beautiful but congested . The hotel provides towels and beach chairs and umbrellas. However the guys are on a lottery basis . The food is amazing no matter where you go in Aruba!! People very friendly too. Great staff. If your looking for aficexstar andxwant ti pay a lot more the Hyatt is really nice too but way more money . This place has everything you need . At night you just go out FYI t and find all these stores and restaurants. Very safe for everyone!!! Lots of things for kids to do . They have all kinds of beach stuff you can rent for kids of any age . They have a kids club too. I loved it here and will return
"Nice beach, dated hotel."
Arrive on a Monday afternoon, waited an hour and 45 minutes to check in. Didnâ€™t received the our bed request because we didnâ€™t book direct. First room smelled musty and was over the delivery bay. Smelled diesel fumes when you opened the sliders. Changed rooms and they charged us $50.00 more per night. Roomoverlooked the courtyard chick was nice. Our housekeeper was wonderful but the carpeting need replacing (was worn and dirty) as was the draperies. Beds were very comfortable. If your looking for bells and whistles donâ€™t stay here. They have none. Nice beach if you can get a lounge. No attention to details. Casino is the worst Iâ€™ve ever seen. Absolutely filthy!
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