Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort is on the northeastern tip of Aruba Island and is the newer part of the Caribian complex. We had a two bedroom second floor unit facing the ocean in one of the two pink four story buildings. It was spacious, clean and well appointed with ceramic tile flooring, plenty of drawers and closet space, a Jacuzzi tub in the master bedroom and a large balcony overlooking the beach and surf. I made a lot of fotos of my room and overlooking all-inclusive-divi-dutch-village-beach-resort.select-hotel-aruba.com.
In times of good weather, there is enough to keep one busy for a week at Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort. There are three pools in the complex and of course the beach is right at your front door with excellent snorkeling mere steps into the gentle turquoise surf. Both David’s and Mimi’s Dockside offer delicious meals, Mimi’s being the more casual of the two restaurants.
Red Sail Sports have a variety of water craft for rent right at Divi Dutch Village as well as offering scuba diving, sailing and snorkeling excursions departing right from the dock at Morritt’s or from their Rum Point location, a short shuttle run or drive away. I took with me a lot of money for all landmarks because I found a price list of this resort at this place tripadvisor.com.ar/Hotel_Review-g147249-d7039092-Reviews-Divi_Dutch_Village_Beach_Resort-Palm_Eagle_Beach_Aruba.html
Exercise classes in the pool and at the gym are given at select times during the week and daily there are fun social activities and games for those who are spending the week at the resort. There is a kids club for those who need more than just sun, surf and sand. DVD’s can be rented, but these often are not available until 8 pm as they are not kept on site and need to be preordered. (The one time we did try one, it turned out to be a poor quality copy.) Wi-Fi is available in your unit for a $7 per day charge or you can use the Internet in the resort lobby for $2.50 per hour (half price if you are an owner.)
Within walking distance there is a small plaza with a Fosters Foods Express, a store selling beach clothing and souvenirs, and a bakery serving light breakfast and lunch. You can purchase most food items at Fosters, however their selection is smaller than that of other grocery stores on the island, although happily, the prices are equivalent.
Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort the Thirsty Surfer sells alcohol, again with competitive prices. This resort also has some restaurants if you had no vehicle, were not in a cooking unit and wanted something different than the two eating establishments at Morritt’s. Also available is shuttle service to other restaurants that are a bit of a drive from Oranjestad. This is the best place for traveling with family, book room in advance here trivago.com/oranjestad-33774/hotel/divi-dutch-village-beach-resort-100975 and enjoy themselves.