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    Hyatt

    I Am Going To Aruba For My Third Time In April - Staying At The Hyatt - Anyone Have Experience At The Hyatt. Stayed At The Westin Last Year. First Trip Was 15 Years Ago And Stayed At The Bushiri Beach Club (yuck). Can't Wait For Sunshine!!! Cold And Snowing Here Today In Boston. Also How Do You Post That Countdown That I Always See!!

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    I cannot give you advice on the Hyatt, we have not stayed there in almost 11 years.

    For a countdown see the thread
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/f7/using-countdown-thingie-27957/

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    I'm a Hyatt junkie. We're heading back for our 8th trip.

    Grounds - Beautiful/Gorgeous - Birds, Swans, Flowers, fish etc...
    Pool - Awesome - with a water slide, vball, daily bingo, and swim up bar
    Beach - Right there
    Rooms - recently renovated - not that you will spend much time there
    Casino - takes your money
    Spa - Good massages as well as workout equip
    Camp Hyatt - we have two small kids. Never used the service but have used the baby sitting service through the concierge and the kids fell in love with Yolanda
    Restaurants - Best Sun Brunch on Island. Otherwise, Japanese, Italian, and Continental.
    Sunsets - the best from the Pier bar
    Watersports - plenty of option
    Location - near other high rise resorts, restaurants, and new shopping mall

    Cost - $$$$ - Priceless - can't wait to give them my money.

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    Hyatt Beach

    I do not stay at the Hyatt, although I do visit the restaurants, casino and pier bar. The grounds are pretty but, the beach is not! The Hyatt beach is small and packed with people. The water in that area is not very nice either. It's only my opinion of course and everyone has different needs but, if I am going to an island, I want to be on a beautiful beach!

    Kteacher

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    We've been staying at the Hyatt for about 8 years straight, and it just gets better every year. The atmosphere is beautiful, and the new rooms are great too. I highly recommend the Sunday morning brunch at Cafe Japengo. Everything at that hotel is perfect, you'll have a great time! And when you cross the street, you're right in the middle of everything, the restaurants and shops. Nights at the Karaoke bar on the beach are alwayd fun too! Have a great time!!

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    Hyatt

    Thank You All For Your Advice - Can't Wait!!!!!!


    Joanie

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