by Hilarey Wojtowicz
With 320 luxury suites and rooms, the Ritz-Carlton Aruba offers guests the same elegant accommodations that the brand is known for in a new location. Opened in the fall of 2013, the Ritz-Carlton Aruba offers three levels of accommodations — rooms, suites and club level — all with limited to full views of the ocean.
With two swimming pools, soft beaches, water sports, a fitness center and a spa, the Ritz has something for everyone. The brand’s renowned Ritz Kids program offers families and children daily activities, plus a weekly movie night.
Guests can enjoy food and drinks at one of the four onsite eateries that offer a variety of flavors. Solanio gives guests a taste of traditional dishes with an Italian twist. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Les Crustaces is open for dinner and offers seafood dishes infused with local ingredients from the island. Madero Argentinian Grill is the poolside grill and bar that serves casual and classic Latin inspired dishes for lunch and dinner. The Divi Bar and Lounge offers guests drinks for any time of the day. Enjoy a coffee or tea in the morning and then head there after dinner for a nightcap.
Local island attractions near the Ritz include the Aruba Aloe Factory and Museum, the Historical Museum, the Butterfly Farm and the California Lighthouse.
To learn more about Ritz-Carlton, please visit Ritz-Carlton.
Our Editor Loves
- Private balcony in every room
- Exciting activities through the Ritz Kids program
- Water sports
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
Just come back a week ago from Ritz Carlton Aruba, and I have to say I am in a post vacation depression after the fantastic stay we had there.
The hotel itself, facilities, amenities, beach were to the top and we can see that people were carefully selected.
A special thanks to Mario from Casa Nona restaurant. Genuine and natural, got our attention and we would rate his service with 10*.
Erik from the snack bar by the pool was also amazing and as soon as we sat there on the first day after checking in, came to welcome us to the property and had a nice chat with us.
Would definitely stay again !!!
Miss that paradiseee!!!
My family of 5 just returned from 6 days at the Ritz Carlton in Aruba and we couldn’t be happier. We travel often and have been to Aruba several times before, but this was our first stay at the Ritz. Everybody was very friendly and accommodating, staff members shook our hands and asked our names, and everybody was pleasant and helpful. The rooms were very nice and spacious and had great views. The service overall was spectacular. We enjoyed eating at Casa Nonna and the Lobby Bar (sitting outside watching the sunset as we ate and drank), and were happy with lunch at Madero. We rented a beach cabana for most of our stay (number 10) and that was amazing. It was a lovely private spot for our family to relax. Staff overall were very friendly and always offering assistance. Resort is beautiful and close walking distance to the busier and more crowded hotels on the strip. We really enjoyed our stay and will certainly be back.