Top 3 Adults Only Resorts in Aruba
You’re poolside in Aruba. The vacation you’ve been dreaming about for years. You have a boat drink in hand, an e-reader stashed with enough material to last the week, and the perfect glimpse of the ocean over the edge of the infinity pool. Oh yeah, you deserve this. Suddenly, a loud splash and screaming from kids playing in the pool shatters your peace. You love kids. You even have two at home. But they’re at home. You came to get away from them. Don’t let this happen to you. Book at one of these adults only resorts in Aruba.
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, located on 14 acres of one of the world’s dream beaches, provides a getaway on the island away from congested crowds creating a more secluded and romantic experience. Of course, if you want to leave the resort, there is plenty to do a short cab ride away.
The resort strives to meet every couples needs from the budget conscious to the more luxurious spender to those looking for convenience. Guests can chose from various upgrades like the romantic getaway package which includes a candlelight dinner, complimentary bottle of champagne, a sunset cruise, and a daily American breakfast buffet. While the resort is not all-inclusive, a package is available to make dining easy. The Dine Around Meal Plan allows guests dine at the resort restaurant or one of the 18 partner restaurants on the island.
Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
There is a trick to booking an adult only vacation at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino as the resort is not entirely adult only. The resort is a two in one resort with Renaissance Marina Hotel serving as the child-free zone. Here, you can experience a romantic vacation in a hip environment with an adult only pool, amenities, and beach. The adult only side is also newly renovated compared to the family side.
From the beach to the pool to the spa, the Renaissance provides the perfect adult getaway. When you’re not sunbathing poolside, check out the resort’s casino or on the private island that’s exclusive to hotel guests. A free water taxi runs throughout the day and night to reach the private island’s beach, restaurant, and bar.
Riu Palace Antillas All Inclusive – Adult Only
Riu Palace Antillas All Inclusive – Adult Only is the only all-inclusive resort on the list. Located in the hub of Palm Beach’s high rise district, the hotel puts guests in the center of Aruba’s entertainment district with plenty to walk to. Not that there’s a need to leave the resort. From the pool to the beach to the 6 restaurants and 4 bars, there’s enough to keep guests occupied throughout your week-long vacation. There’s also an onsite casino and spa for that extra indulgence.
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