Tamarijn Aruba

The Tamarijn Aruba is right on the waterfront in the low-rise area of Aruba. There’s not a lofty hotel in sight, so you can make the most of the views that come from every angle.

The hotel has a la carte dining, and you’ll also get a pass to the Divi Aruba All Inclusive, Tamarijn’s sister hotel. So, combined, the number of restaurants you can dine in reaches double figures – you’ll be spoilt for choice. With its bucket-load of activities, there’s never a dull moment at this hotel, either.

When the sun goes down, the pool comes alive with entertainment. From relaxing movies to impressive routines from synchronised swimmers, you’ll find a great range of fun shows on offer.

Overview of Druif Beach

In Aruba, there’s always a party or a celebration underway – maybe that’s why locals call it ‘one happy island’.

With warm locals and even warmer weather, a stay at the Tamarijn Aruba in Druif Beach is all about natural beauty and legendary views. But it’s also perfectly placed for you to explore Aruba’s hidden treasures.

Choose Aruba for your holiday to the Caribbean and you’ll soon find a destination that suits you. Whether it’s a romantic break, a family holiday or an adrenaline-packed adventure, Aruba’s charms will bowl you over.

Things to do in Aruba

At the Tamarijn Aruba, you’re only 10 minutes from Oranjestad, the capital of Aruba. It is a colonial city of timeless treasures, coastal charms, classic architecture and the colourful Fort Zoutman.

Plus, the beaches here are almost deserted, so you’ll feel like a castaway on a rather luxurious island. But with a diving school and a water sports centre nearby, you can dip beneath the waves to explore the clear waters.

With happiness at the island’s core, Aruba will make you smile. The laidback attitude is infectious and with so much to see and explore, you’ll find yourself dreaming of your next trip before you’ve even reached the airport.


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.