I'm pretty sure the drinking age is 18 in Aruba. I get served, ive bought alcohol, everything.
Like ive said, ive been going to Aruba since I was around 10 years old, and the first year I brought my girlfriend with me, I was 15, and she was 17 at the time but looks much older. Well, we went to the Wave's Bar because we wanted to see if they would serve her and we would have a few drinks. Sure enough, they did, and they also served me. We found out throughout the trip that they served us at every bar we went to, including Moomba.
I'm not sure how old your daughters are, and how old they appear to be, but the one thing I love about Aruba is they are very laid back with the drinking age. I have honestly never seen them check someone for I.D.
Hope this helps.
The States is one thing, both of my kids are over the drinking age, now. But when they were younger we would go places that the staff would ask what everyone wanted. I always said Diet Coke, wife Aruba Ariba, the kids would say Cornona, this is when they were much, much younger, like 12-15 ages.
I said say whatever, so they brought them out, the kids tasted it-hated it and did not go back. Kind of like Europe I think, if it is avaiable then it becomes no big deal.
Keep in mind that only lasted a few years , I do beleive that they both partake now!!!!
I vote for Ivette at Le Soleil Lounge!!!
Diego and Tico at Passions Beach Bar make the BEST mojitos on the island!
"The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts." - - Marcus Aurelius
33rd trip to Aruba - May 2016
San Fran/Napa Valley - Sept. 2016
Barcelona, Mallorca, and Andorra - Nov. 2016
I Think Edwin At The Tamarijn Is Great. Always There With A Smile, And Remembers Exactly What You Drink.
Andre at The Aruba Beach Club. He treated us very well.