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    New Years 2015

    Hello . My wife and I (mid 20's) will be going to Aruba for the first time during the week of New Years 2015. We are staying at brickel bay on Palm beach and Are looking for place on the beach to spend New Years eve. I haven't been able to find much info but here's what ive gathered so far.

    Moomba beach bar is 1st choice so far as location , age range, and scenary seem the most fun. Bungaloe beach bar seemed ok with slightly older crowd. Haven't found much more than these two places on beach. Any other suggestions for a lively place to bring in the new year?

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    Hi! Welcome to the forum! I've never spent NYE in Aruba, but I'm excited to read the responses you get
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    I have spent New Years Eve in Aruba. My wife and I stay at the Radisson, so the year we were there, we decided to stay there and we did the dinner on the beach, and then purchased tickets to the penthouse party with finger food, drinks and band and a great view of the island. What a night. I'll do it again.


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    welcome to the aruba.com community forum
    new year eve 2014 right?
    ALL of the resorts along the beaches will have activities/gatherings/events.
    Moomba definitely is one option of many.

    Quote Originally Posted by emlopez2 View Post
    Hello . My wife and I (mid 20's) will be going to Aruba for the first time during the week of New Years 2015. We are staying at brickel bay on Palm beach and Are looking for place on the beach to spend New Years eve. I haven't been able to find much info but here's what ive gathered so far.

    Moomba beach bar is 1st choice so far as location , age range, and scenary seem the most fun. Bungaloe beach bar seemed ok with slightly older crowd. Haven't found much more than these two places on beach. Any other suggestions for a lively place to bring in the new year?

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    Moomba will be hopping - pretty much anywhere you go will be a good time. As mid-november rolls around you should find more info. This is the first New Year's since 2008 we are not spending in Aruba I will miss it --- but I will save money not buying tons of fireworks!
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    thanks for the replies. We are Definately looking forward to spending new yrs January 2015 in aruba.

    Moomba responded to my emails and said their New Years celebration is open to everyone so still remains our type choice to be for now. As Shynda said we need to look into it more as November comes around but sounds like anything on the beach will be a good time

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    new year party in Aruba

    Quote Originally Posted by emlopez2 View Post
    thanks for the replies. We are Definately looking forward to spending new yrs January 2015 in aruba.

    Moomba responded to my emails and said their New Years celebration is open to everyone so still remains our type choice to be for now. As Shynda said we need to look into it more as November comes around but sounds like anything on the beach will be a good time
    Hi !!!! We are staying in Aruba during the New Year week, and LOVE it...It is more crowded, than usual, but it is FUN...The Best New Year Party we had this year, at RITZ Hotel....We`ve had a dinner at Italian restaurant Sobino( maybe wrong with spelling)...Food was outstanding, and LIVE music by the Beach, till 2am, and at the Midnight- Firework at the Beach, for a good 30-45 min...Unbelievable...Will go there this coming 2015-2016 party too....

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    We will be there on NYE
    last year we were at lacabana , frankly it was dead compared to what we were expecting
    this year we will be at the Renaissance and expect downtown to be busy
    making our dinner reservations now so we get location we want and time

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    We are staying at Oceania for Christmas and New Years! Can't wait to see New Years in Aruba!

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    if you're in your 20's, Moomba's will be fun. The music is great, lots of young people. And its crowded but not ridiculous, though can't say for New Year's. But we always go there our first night and at least a couple more times in the 3 weeks we're there.

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