Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Make Your Next Getaway in Aruba 'Pure Magic' at Aruba Hotel & Spa

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Take Advantage of Complimentary Breakfast or Spa Credits at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino

ORANJESTAD, ARUBA--(Marketwire - November 28, 2011 14:02 ET) - Beautiful, relaxing, laid-back and breathtaking are all words used to describe Aruba. For guests staying at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino through January 31, 2012, another word is poised to join the accolades: magic. Among the finest Aruba beach hotels, the Renaissance is proud to announce two exciting new "Pure Magic" packages that cater to both breakfast buffs and spa fans.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The Aruba Marriott Announces New Adults-Only Oasis

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PALM BEACH, Aruba, Sept. 13, 2011, 3:41 p.m. EDT (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is set to unveil a 10,000 square foot, adults-only swimming pool and recreational area. Complete with an expansive terrace featuring plush cabanas and a fully stocked lounge with premium libations, the 1.5 million dollar project will be revealed in November 2011.

Conceived with the needs of the Aruba Marriott's guests in mind, the new pool provides more than a place to swim. The coral stone pavement, meticulous landscaping and illuminated pathways with glass mosaic tiles of the adults-only pool area help create a serene ambiance for the space, which is large enough to host group receptions of up to 150 guests.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Friday, November 18, 2011

Government Announces NEW Attraction within Walking Distance from Cruise Terminal

September 1, 2011 marks the beginning of the construction of what will become the Historical Center of Aruba in its capital of Oranjestad. The attractive project, which is part of the current Government’s BoAruba (Your Aruba) program, aims at repairing and rebuilding historic buildings and monuments in the city center within walking distance from the cruise port’s main gate.

About 10 million dollars will be invested to build a National Historic Center which will serve as the core place that houses the collection of facts and data about Aruba’s history. The center will complete the current cluster of historical Government buildings that currently house both the Legislative and Executive branches of the island’s Government. The buildings will surround a common Plaza area that will be named after Aruba’s most renowned composer, Mr. Juan Chabaya “Padu” Lampe.