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    Senior Member KATH2ME's Avatar
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    mariott ocean club /swim up

    Can anyone tell me ( that might own here ) , does the pool on location there, have a swim up bar ? You wouldn't believe the answers I get when I call and question it. I figure that someone who actually owns there might be able to answer this. I know the Mariott Stelliars has a swim up, but not sure about the Ocean Club

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    Hi,

    I own there and yes there is a swim up bar.

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    thanks arubalisa, nothing like proof with pic, i currently have a radisson reservation, but not until nov. , my neighbor owns here at the ocean club and keeps telling me i should go there, i was only questioning the swim up, because it has been so debateable, do you know if they have a place by the pool where you can have lunch ? I like the swim up but am more into the food ( silly me )

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    Quote Originally Posted by KATH2ME View Post
    thanks arubalisa, nothing like proof with pic, i currently have a radisson reservation, but not until nov. , my neighbor owns here at the ocean club and keeps telling me i should go there, i was only questioning the swim up, because it has been so debateable, do you know if they have a place by the pool where you can have lunch ? I like the swim up but am more into the food ( silly me )
    Imho, the beach at the Radisson wins hand down against ANYWHERE else along Palm Beach. By far their stretch is the longest and thus, imo, least crowded.
    http://www.vacationclub.com/resorts/ab/resortFeatures.jsp here is my info specific to the Ocean Club. Not sure about your "eating" at the pool question though.

    You can go to the swim up bar at the Hyatt and order from the grill there.

    BTW, I was born and raised EXIT 153A 'til the age of 18 ... .

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    thanks again, arubalisa. It looks very nice the Ocean Club, and I checked out the Hyatt ( seems rather expensive ), I think I am sticking to the Radisson, its true that does seem to have a beautiful beach and pool and I believe its located in a more comfortable area for me as far as outside eating. ( being i don't really want to have to rent car )
    Hey, 153A, i am right off exit 160 ( right by the Giant garden state plaza )I know you no longer live by that exit.
    I appreciate all your help with all my questions, thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by KATH2ME View Post
    thanks arubalisa, nothing like proof with pic, i currently have a radisson reservation, but not until nov. , my neighbor owns here at the ocean club and keeps telling me i should go there, i was only questioning the swim up, because it has been so debateable, do you know if they have a place by the pool where you can have lunch ? I like the swim up but am more into the food ( silly me )
    You can order food right from the swim up bar, also on the other side of the pool bar there are tables and chairs to eat at.
    Just came back a week ago and it was wonderful there. It people were wonderful!!
    TerryJoz

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    swim up bar

    Hi,

    If you want the best of both worlds, stay at the Occidental. Its right next door to the Radisson. They have a swim up bar and a really nice beach. You could stay in an oceanfront condo for probably 1/2 of what you're paying for a hotel room at the Radisson. I'll be happy to send you pictures if you'd like.

    I own a one bedroom OCEANFRONT condo (timeshare) at Occidental for the weeks of 11/8 and 11/15. I'm charging $1400 a weekf for the unit. It has furnishings similar to the Radisson decor and daily maid service.

    I can guarantee you won't get an view like this one at the Radisson. macalh@aol.com

    ps. I own several weeks of timeshare for rental purposes only. I go to Aruba for about 10 weeks a year. Occidental and Costa Linda are the best resorts on the island. Marriott is too crowded and too far away from everything. Costa Linda is on the best beach but too far.

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