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    What tower is the best tower to stay in for a standard room.
    Does the Radisson still provide a free bottle water in the room

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    How do you get the fridge?

    I saw the reply about the small fridge (arubalisa with more good info!) and was wondering how the first come/first served works. Do you have to email ahead or request it at check in? Leaving March 22 and can't wait! Also, if anyone who just returned has any inside info on anything, please share. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanessa View Post
    What tower is the best tower to stay in for a standard room.
    We have stayed at the Radisson 4 times and have never been able to get a definitive answer on where their standard rooms are located. We have always booked standard rooms and received some of the rooms pictured below.

    The Aruba Tower even numbered rooms basically have ocean/poolviews facing southwest and partial oceanview facing northwest.

    Aruba tower has the largest rooms and baths, but you will wait for the elevator and have a walk from the lobby on out to the pool and beach beyond.

    Ocean/poolview


    Partial Oceanview


    The northside of the Aruba tower are odd numbered rooms which offer partial oceanviews and a view over the island.

    None of the balconies face the island, they are also facing the ocean, this is looking off to the right.

    Bonaire tower room view
    Bonaire tower rooms are the smallest, but also the most centrally located to the rest of the resort.

    Bonaire Oceanfront Suite view


    Curacao tower rooms offer some nice views, but are the furthest from most everything with the exception of the guest parking lot, casino, south swimming pool and Laguna Restaurant.

    Curacao tower room view


    Gardenview


    Quote Originally Posted by vanessa View Post
    Does the Radisson still provide a free bottle water in the room
    They did the last time we were there, albeit September 2006. If not purchase one or two bottles in the sundries shop and refill with tap water. The Aruba bottled water comes from the same place as the tap water.

    Quote Originally Posted by New Englander View Post
    I saw the reply about the small fridge (arubalisa with more good info!) and was wondering how the first come/first served works. Do you have to email ahead or request it at check in? Leaving March 22 and can't wait! Also, if anyone who just returned has any inside info on anything, please share. Thanks!
    We always just requested it upon check in.
    Last edited by Arubalisa; 03-07-2008 at 12:17 PM.

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    Honestly, i like Radisson a lot. However there are many more hotels than those 2. I tried to make a small list (i hope is not publicity or something since i honestly say that i did not stayed at ANY of them so i cannot recommend them):
    - Renaissance Aryuba
    - MVC Eagle
    - DIVI Aruba
    - Camacuri residence

    I hope you found that useful.
    Prontohotel - hotel reservations
    Andreea Vaas
    "A traveler without observation is a bird without wings"

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    Andreea , this post is also almost 8 months old.

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