Divi Dutch Village

When you stay at the Divi Dutch Village, not only can you spend your time enjoying the peaceful nature of the hotel’s grounds, but you also make use of all the conveniences of the sister hotel next door.

Tucked within the tropical gardens behind the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive, the suites here grant you easy access to the white sands of Druif Beach as well as the sister hotel’s restaurants, bars and spa.

Within the suites, you can make yourself at home. They’re decorated in a typical Caribbean fashion and each comes with a living space, a dining area and a kitchen, so you have the freedom to cook your own meals.

All the restaurants, bars and activities are at the sister hotels. You’ll have a choice of 10 dining options and eight bars, so you’ll find something to suit your mood.

Overview of Druif Beach

The island of Aruba is small but mighty. With powdery sands, blue waters and seemingly endless hours of sun, it’s no wonder it’s so popular with people looking for luxurious holidays to the Caribbean.

The entire island is a force to be reckoned with, and its tiny size means it’s an ideal size to explore. The beaches here are regularly recognised as being some of the best in the world. As a result, top hotels like the Divi Dutch Village take pride of place on the beachfront.

Packed from coast to coast with sunshine-driven activities, a stay in Aruba offers traditional Caribbean sights and sounds with a European edge. The island’s still owned by the Netherlands, so you’ll find Dutch influences everywhere you look.

Things to do in Aruba

Direct access to Druif Beach is one of the big selling points of the Divi Dutch Village. Down here, you’ll find a water sports centre offering kayaks, windsurfing equipment and sailing.

Away from the beach, Aruba has plenty to offer. You’re only 10 minutes away from Oranjestad here, so you can experience the timeless treasures and coastal charm.

Oranjestad offers excellent food and entertainment, so it’s a top spot to head in the evening. If you’re here during the day, look for the colonial architecture that dominates the streets.

For something a little different, try the Alhambra Casino and Shopping Bazaar. It’s great for people looking to pick up a bargain and high rollers alike.

The natural beauty and luxurious surroundings of Aruba will give you the holiday you’ve always dreamed of.

Resort Summary

With ‘beach’ in the name, you’ve probably guessed that Druif Beach has some pretty great sun traps on offer. Postcard-perfect white sands and crystalline waters found here are in a league of their own.

Druif Beach stretches along Aruba‘s western coast, and is in a family of beach resorts where life revolves around the Caribbean Sea. The lifestyle here is nice and laid-back with a handful of restaurants and a few luxury hotels, but you can crank things up in nearby towns or Aruba’s capital, Oranjestad.