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We have stayed at this resort for about 5 years. WE have folks here that we have a connection with. A real connection. Yet, This visit was somehow different. We honeymooned in Aruba. So we go for our Anniversary every year. Each year someone mentions...More
We have been coming to the Marriott Stellaris for the last 12 years. Pulling up to the hotel we are greeted by staff who remember our names. Nothing says welcome home more. I can’t express enough the guys who work the beach hut. My chairs...More
We loved this hotel and had a great week in Aruba. It's called a resort but didn't offer as many activities as other resorts we have stayed at. The pool bar and beach bar both closed at 5:00. The beach bar closed because it gets...More
My husband and I have visited Aruba twice and stayed here both times. This hotel, the grounds, the rooms, the staff are all excellent. Last time we upgraded to the Tradewinds package which is similar to an all-inclusive experience. It was totally worth it and...More
Needed a quiet getaway to relax a bit. Having never been to Aruba, we chose the Marriott. There are a lot of nice places to stay and we made the right choice. From the moment we checked in, the friendly atmosphere starting the trip off...More
I heard people at the pool bar discuss fees for tennis etc. Appears that this Marriott resort does charge fees to play different sports like tennis. As for the beach chairs now....beach is open grab a chair etc set up... More
I heard people at the pool bar discuss fees for tennis etc. Appears that this Marriott resort does charge fees to play different sports like tennis. As for the beach chairs now....beach is open grab a chair etc set up chairs no problem. If you want a hut or papala this is the rundown that I know and we just came back July 3rd.
At the towel hut on the beach ...every afternoon people line up bc at 4pm they make a limited amount of these huts available for free , so first come first serve ...or you can rent a hut / papala for 30 bucks per day ...
We stayed in line and got 1 papalas for free and then went out and did our own things every afternoon other days . We just decided to pay for a papala for last 3 days of our trip as we just wanted to relax on the beach the last 3 days.