Hyatt Regency Resort & Casino

Aruba, Caribbean

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

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    Caribbean flair at this fun family resort

Why we choose Hyatt Regency Resort & Casino

Elegant and modern, Hyatt Regency Aruba is among the most luxurious resorts on the island

  • The Casino Bar offers hand-rolled cigars and exotic drinks
  • The three-level outdoor pool has a slide and waterfall
  • Tennis amenities include two courts lighted for nighttime play, clinics and tournaments

There’s no reason to leave the—very beautiful—grounds, as the resort has graciously provided everything you need for one of the best beach vacations ever. From five-star dining to a world-class casino to a wide array of water activities that plunge you into the island’s clear waters, Hyatt Regency Aruba is island chic done right.

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We suggest

Choose the Regency Club Ocean View rooms for the best experience.

What you need to know about the hotel

An exclusive beachfront luxury resort where sugary white sand sets the stage for non-stop activities

  • ZoiA—the Papiamento word for balance and poise—is an apt name for a spa with an impressive lineup of all-natural treatments
  • The Aruba Resort Casino’s carnival atmosphere encompasses 21 gaming tables, 255 slot machines, live music and dancing
  • The Pampered in Paradise dining option includes a private four-course dinner on the beach with a personal butler to attend you

The expansive Hyatt Regency Aruba offers 357 rooms and suites that have a sophisticated tropical feel and lots of luxurious amenities. The on-property facilities include tennis, a state-of-the-art spa, 24-hour fitness center, hard-court basketball and a full daily schedule of activities.

But what we enjoy most about the resort are its four restaurants and six bars—all implementing Hyatt’s new global food philosophy. The concept focuses on intentionally sourced ingredients, healthy food and beverage options, smaller portions, organic menu options and sustainable practices.

Where is it and what's nearby

Every day is a beach day at the oceanfront Hyatt Regency Aruba resort

  • Diving Aruba means undersea wrecks, tropical fish and stingrays with classes and experiences ranging from night dives to scuba school for beginners
  • Among the area’s many natural caves: the Guadirikiri Cave, famous for its two chambers, and popular Fontein Cave, with Arawak Indian drawings
  • The Archaeological Museum of Aruba takes you on a journey through the island’s history via artifacts from its many cultures

People generally come to Aruba for one thing: beach living at its finest. The Hyatt Regency Aruba steps up to the plate with an oceanfront location along the beautiful blue Caribbean Sea. The hotel, which is shaped like a “U” around on-property activities like the pool and restaurants, provides outstanding access to a stretch of white sandy beach where you can relax in a lounge chair or set off of an adventure—snorkeling, deep sea fishing, diving and much more. Off-site excursions allow you to explore the island’s plant and animal highlights through wildlife preserves, bird sanctuaries, natural bridges and pools and butterfly farms.

How to enjoy Aruba

With its semi-arid climate, temperatures that stay pretty much between 80s and 90s year round and beaches to die for, this little Caribbean island feels like Nirvana

  • Sample the local cocktail; Ariba Aruba is made with coecoei (a crimson liqueur, unique to Aruba)
  • Explore the back roads that run along the rugged north coast and see the eerie rock formations and giant boulders that dot this otherwise flat land
  • Visit the Arikok National Park to see the striking divi-divi trees; they are bent into amazing shapes by the prevailing winds

Forming the A of the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, Aruba is a delightful Caribbean island about 17 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Its South American proximity and former Spanish heritage is evident in its cuisine and love of a good party. The Mardi Gras Carnival lasts through January and February; and weekly festivities are a feature of Aruba’s calendar during the summer months.

However, Aruba is a former Netherlands colony, something that gives it a unique charm with striking architecture, particularly in the capital Oranjestad that wouldn’t look out of place in Amsterdam. The Netherlands could never compete with Aruba’s beaches though. Swathes of pristine white sands can be found along the southern coast. Further north and east, the wave battered shores are largely untouched by human hands.

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    When to visit Aruba

    Visit during January and February to join in the dancing and parties of Carnival. Or visit in March to catch the celebrations of Aruba’s National Day.

  • We say

    There’s no need to leave the resort, you’ll find everything you need within the hotel grounds.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Hyatt Regency Resort & Casino, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade at time of booking, subject to availability
  • Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests in restaurant
  • Daily day pass to ZoiA Spa for two, to include access to the steam and relaxation room
  • Complimentary appetizer for two in Ruinas del Mar
  • Welcome amenity
  • Early check-in, late check-out, subject to availability

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