Situated on the island’s famed Palm Beach, Ritz Carlton Aruba will feature 320 oceanfront rooms and suites overlooking a vast stretch of white sand beaches and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.
The resort will also boast an array of lavish amenities including four restaurants, two swimming pools, a 24-hour casino, and one of the largest state-of-the-art meeting facilities in Aruba.
A 15,000 square foot spa is perhaps the resort’s standout feature, offering 15-treatment rooms with a complete range of natural body and facial treatments and massage therapies, as well as three specialty spa showers.
Adjoining the spa is a full-service beauty and nail salon and state-of-the-art fitness centre offering a variety of workout classes, including yoga, spinning and Pilates.
Located off the coast of Venezuela, the 21-mile long island of Aruba is a renowned for its white powder sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and warm tropical all-year-round climate.
Founded in 1983, Ritz-Carlton currently operates 81 luxury hotels and resorts in major cities and resorts in 26 countries worldwide.