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    Uh, yeah, slightly confusing. Divi Dutch Village is actually where we are looking to rent, if we can find a spot.

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    Here http://www.diviaruba.com/webmaps/index.html is a map of all of the Divi properties excluding the Divi Phoenix.

    List of the Divi Resorts

    Divi Phoenix- timeshare
    Divi Village- timeshare
    http://www.diviaruba.com/suites/index-new.php
    Divi Links- timeshare and condos same link as directly above, but "golf villa" units
    Divi Dutch Village- timeshare
    http://www.tamarijnaruba.com/dutch-village/index.php
    Divi All Inclusive http://www.diviaruba.com/
    Tamarijn All Inclusive http://www.tamarijnaruba.com/

    The Divi Dutch Village is located behind the Tamarijn and is not directly on the beach. There are pathways between each of the Tamarijn's buildings to gain beach access. Beach and shade palapas are shared with the guests of the Tamarijn All Inclusive.







    This photo is walking from the Dutch Village towards the beach. The "yellow and orange" buildings are the Tamarijn.



    Dutch Village buildings

    Dutch Village

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    Here http://www.diviaruba.com/webmaps/index.html is a map of all of the Divi properties excluding the Divi Phoenix.

    List of the Divi Resorts

    Divi Phoenix- timeshare
    Divi Village- timeshare
    http://www.diviaruba.com/suites/index-new.php
    Divi Links- timeshare and condos same link as directly above, but "golf villa" units
    Divi Dutch Village- timeshare
    http://www.tamarijnaruba.com/dutch-village/index.php
    Divi All Inclusive http://www.diviaruba.com/
    Tamarijn All Inclusive http://www.tamarijnaruba.com/

    The Divi Dutch Village is located behind the Tamarijn and is not directly on the beach. There are pathways between each of the Tamarijn's buildings to gain beach access. Beach and shade palapas are shared with the guests of the Tamarijn All Inclusive.



    This photo is walking from the Dutch Village towards the beach. The "yellow and orange" buildings are the Tamarijn.



    Dutch Village buildings

    Dutch Village
    Last edited by Arubalisa; 09-02-2012 at 12:21 AM.

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    Wow, Arubalisa, THANK YOU for such detailed information. Very helpful! I am leaning towards Club Arias- spoke with Arias himself earlier today and it sounds like it would be a real personal experience staying there. My husband, however, may take some convincing; he really, really wants a beachfront property. But like me, he wants to avoid the high-rise area, so at least we agree there! He has been looking now at the Aruba Beach Club. Anyone have any thoughts there? I have read mostly good things about it. I still don't like the thought of competing for beach chairs, but maybe with a beachfront property that is what comes with it. Thanks everyone for the input!
    Last edited by 2PharmDs; 09-02-2012 at 04:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2PharmDs View Post
    Wow, Arubalisa, THANK YOU for such detailed information. Very helpful! I am leaning towards Club Arias- spoke with Arias himself earlier today and it sounds like it would be a real personal experience staying there. My husband, however, may take some convincing; he really, really wants a beachfront property. But like me, he wants to avoid the high-rise area, so at least we agree there! He has been looking now at the Aruba Beach Club. Anyone have any thoughts there? I have read mostly good things about it. I still don't like the thought of competing for beach chairs, but maybe with a beachfront property that is what comes with it. Thanks everyone for the input!
    That is why my husband would never stay at Club Arias Beach is required

    Have you considered a smaller property such as the Amsterdam Manor? They have kitchenettes.

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    there is nothing negative imo re: aruba beach club.
    the beach huts are many and one does not have to be out terribly early to obtain the lounges with the shade hut/palapa. when we stayed there, we were on the beach by 9 am and there were some still vacant.

    the units are maintained nicely and are well equipped.


    re: amsterdam manor
    amsterdam manor is located across the street from the beach, but the walk is not a killer or really an issue at all. there are always palapas available.
    it has a large dutch clientle

    it is a lovely property, very pretty.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2PharmDs View Post
    Wow, Arubalisa, THANK YOU for such detailed information. Very helpful! I am leaning towards Club Arias- spoke with Arias himself earlier today and it sounds like it would be a real personal experience staying there. My husband, however, may take some convincing; he really, really wants a beachfront property. But like me, he wants to avoid the high-rise area, so at least we agree there! He has been looking now at the Aruba Beach Club. Anyone have any thoughts there? I have read mostly good things about it. I still don't like the thought of competing for beach chairs, but maybe with a beachfront property that is what comes with it. Thanks everyone for the input!

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    Somehow I missed the earlier posts when I wrote mine, kinda odd. Looks like others explained it well

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