Divi Aruba All Inclusive 

The best of both worlds

When you want relaxation combined with plenty of activities and a choice of places to eat and drink, Divi and its sister resort have you covered.

The Divi is a beachfront resort that has it all — thanks, in part, that all guests have access to the facilities at its sister resort, the Tamarijn. During the day, there’s a buzz about the place, with families heading off to try the rock-climbing wall on the beach and couples clutching snorkels, ready to see what swishes beneath the surface. Or no one’s judging if you simply find a shady spot around one of the four sparkling swimming pools and do absolutely nothing at all. As the Aruban sun melts away, the atmosphere builds across the two resorts, helped along by steel bands or colourful carnival parties.

Why we love Divi Aruba All Inclusive

  • While there’s plenty to keep kids entertained in the Sea Turtles Kids Club, there’s also plenty for families to do together, including rock climbing and cycling

  • The selection of restaurants keeps things varied, with the option to hop over to the sister hotel for even more choices — just a short walk or shuttle ride away

  • There’s a mile and a half of pristine beach to stroll along, and it’s voted one of the best beaches in the world by TripAdvisor

  • For those that enjoy a vibrant evening atmosphere on holiday, there’s a show, a DJ, or funky live music on most evenings

4.5 stars
Nov - Mar
12¼ hours
On the beautiful Divi Beach on the island’s west coast; the hotel is just 10 minutes north of Oranjestad
Approx. 15 minutes’ transfer from the airport
All Inclusive, Suitable for children



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Spas & wellness
  • Diving & Watersports
  • Sustainability

The choice of restaurants is a real strength of the resort. Not only do you have six locations across the Divi, but you also have access to the restaurants over at the Tam – perfect if you’re the type who always likes to try somewhere new. There’s a mix of buffet and a la carte options, poolside snack joints, and bars, with a good blend of different styles depending on whether you want a casual bite or fancy dressing up a bit and making it a special evening. For guests keen to stay healthy while on holiday, there's a wellness menu featuring a range of vegetarian and gluten-free options at all of the à la carte restaurants, and juice bars offering freshly squeezed juices and breakfast smoothies that are made to order.

Red Parrot
At Divi Aruba's signature restaurant, you can choose to dine indoors or outdoors. The restaurant offers a la carte options with flavours inspired by global cuisines.

Pure Lime
Sip a salt-rimmed margarita as you watch the chefs in Pure Lime's open-concept kitchen and taste genuine Mexican cuisine including tacos, burritos, and tostadas.

Pelican Terrace
Choose from a wide buffet selection in the resort’s trendy and entertaining live cooking concept restaurant.

Coco Grill & Bar
Try a signature cocktail or opt for a fine wine, cold beer, or nutritious smoothie alongside a menu of pizzas, paninis, and sandwiches.

Le Café
Coffees and teas alongside a choice of freshly baked pastries and sweet treats.

Sandpiper Bar
An all-day casual eatery where you can pick up hot dogs, hamburgers, pasta, or grilled sandwiches toasted to perfection.

We love watching the chefs rustling up some incredible Mexican dishes in the open kitchen at Pure Lime.

What's included

All Inclusive • Meals at 10 dining venues at Divi Aruba All Inclusive and Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive (venue opening days and times vary) • Unlimited beverages at eight bars at Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive and Divi Aruba All Inclusive • Selected watersports including snorkelling equipment, windsurfing equipment and learn to windsurf beach clinic, catamarans, floats and kayaks • Use of bikes for ages 5 and up • Fitness classes such as water aerobics, Hatha yoga, Pilates and Zumba • Use of tennis courts at Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive • Wi-Fi

The view from the fitness centre might just be enough to tempt you onto the treadmill. Otherwise, there’s a roster of classes including yoga, water aerobics, and Zumba keep up your fitness regime away from home. Got downtime in mind? The spa stands by to soothe away any lingering stresses and you can choose whether to have your treatment in a cabana by the pool or in the cool comfort of the spa.

Pick up snorkelling gear and head out to see the watery world beneath Aruba’s waves. You can take a guided snorkelling tour, and combine the experience with biking, too.

Water usage is monitored in different areas and grey water is used for landscaping. Energy-saving measures like timers, solar-powered shuttles, and energy-efficient equipment are in place. Plastic straws and non-essential plastic and paper items have been eliminated, resulting in a 60% reduction in bottle usage. The resort has added water stations throughout the property for guests to refill bottles.