We are staying at the Tam from Feb 27-Mar 6, and I just found out my favorite uncle's cruise is docking in Aruba on March 2nd, we would like to have a little visit but wasn't sure what the protocol is for people visiting you at your resort.
check with the front desk.
there are passes for the food/beverage plan.
i am unsure if there is a "day pass that includes the beach/pool/lounges".
if your uncle is traveling solo, i am going to go out on a limb and just say, invite him to spend the day with you. you or he can purchase the meal beverage/plan if he plans to eat and drink.
and....that week in march is VERY busy.
the resort has the right to allow/disallow guests of guests.
all beaches in aruba are public including the one in front of the tam.
your uncle is welcome there, but using the lounges and shade huts is at the discretion of the tamarijn.
I sent Desiree a quick email to find out more about this... I am sure they will pop in maybe for a couple of drinks and then move on to see other sites. He is bringing his girlfriend with him, I haven't seen him since my dad's funeral..18 mons ago and my mother that is travelling with us hasn't seen him in oooo 30-35 years so it should be interesting.
It's kinda funny cause it will give him something to talk about when he returns to NB.
We've had friends/guests visit at the Tamarijn over the last 10 years, and it's never an issue. Passes apply to the food and beverage only. There's not usually a problem with someone coming to visit. (The security's not that overbearing...thankfully).
Have fun, can't wait myself.... 7 weeks and counting.... HURRY UP CALENDAR!!!!