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    KATH2ME---go above and go to community froum, scroll down and highlight aruba.tv and click that. then click on resorts and then watch the short movies fo all the resorts to help you make a decision.

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    THANKS EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR HELP, GEE EDNA I'M JEALOUS 4 TIMES A YEAR, WHERE DO YOU NORMALLY STAY ?
    SERENE, THANKS ALSO, i DIDN'T THINK THEY HAD HURRICANES. THINK I ALSO AM GOING TO TRY IN SEPTEMBER.
    ARUBALISA, I THINK WITH THAT NAME, YOU SEEM TO KNOW ALOT ABOUT ARUBA. WEATHER , TEMPS.

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    Sully, Thanks I Will Give That A Try

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    they just redid the hyatt and it looks great..any month in aruba is great..like i always say a rainy day in aruba beats any day back home anytime..good luck and enjoy..
    scott and tricia





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    >>>> " June is great and the winds are really nice!!!"
    ----- Yes, June may have the strongest winds. But without the nice breeze you would be too *&@ hot. Just wear a baseball cap for protection from the sun and you can have great walks along the beach. Just remember if your beach bar does not have holes to places your plastic drink cup in hold on to it.
    Besides the Hyatt and Radisson if you want a small romantic resort on a great wide beach look at Bucuti. www.bucuti.com/

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    HI ALL,
    THANKS AGAIN BOTH TOM AND SULLY, I THINK I AM GOING TO GO WITH THE RADISSON, I SPOKE WITH WWW.ARUBA4U.COM THEY GAVE ME A GREAT PRICE FOR THIS PLACE THAT INCLUDES BREAKFAST, SO NOW AM JUST STRUGGLING WITH EITHER SEPT OR NOV.

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    Early September...no kids...hotter and less rain than November.

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    Kathy, I own all of my weeks in November and minus one year where it rained a few days I really love it. I as well as many others on this forum have been to Aruba different months of the year....I found May to be a little more windy than the other months, but mostly it doesn't matter.......hot, beautiful, friendly, relaxing anytime !!!!!! Enjoy....
    ARUBA....HOME AWAY FROM HOME

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    Hi Arubalisa,
    So You Feel Than , That Sept Is Better Than Oct Or Nov ? I Was Leaning Towards 3rd Week In Sept , Am Definately Going To The Radisson. Going To Start To Check Out Various Resturants, We Are Plain Food Kind Of Eaters And I Mean By That No Raw Fish . So Any Advise On That ? I'm Sure And I Guess You Would Know, But Would Love To Do A Waverunner, Snorkeling Off A Catamaran, I Guess The Hotel Offers That Kind Of Stuff, Yes ? Thanks As Always For Your Help

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    I own timeshare in Aruba and I have also stayed at the Hyatt. We have small children and the timeshares works out great for us. However, given that you are at a different place in life, and having done Marriott and Hyatt both myself, I think you and your husband could not go wrong with the Hyatt.

    Unless you plan to eat in, the you may want to consider the timeshare. If your going to rest and eat out and money is not a real issue. I would go with Hyatt!!


    The location at the Hyatt cant be beat. There is so much in walking distance to enjoy meals and do shopping. They also have a great casino. The beach there is great, the pool and entire resort is gorgeous.

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