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28 Feb 2023

Eagle Beach, Aruba Awarded by Tripadvisor® in 2023 Travellers’ Choice® Best of the Best Beach

Eagle Beach, Aruba Recognised Among Best in the Caribbean, Thanks to Outstanding Visitor Reviews and Ratings.

February 28, 2023, The Aruba Tourism Authority has announced it has been recognised by Tripadvisor as a 2023 Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best award winner for Eagle Beach, ranking first out of 25 in the Caribbean and ranking second in the world.

The awards honour travellers' favourite destinations, hotels, restaurants, things to do, and beyond, based on the reviews and opinions collected from travellers and diners around the world on Tripadvisor over a 12-month period. Best of the Best award winners are among the top 1% of listings on Tripadvisor, distinguishing them as travellers’ favourites for 2023.

“All the efforts we make from A.T.A. and the Ministry of Tourism of Aruba in relation to strategic issues of sustainability and care of our beaches, visitors notice and value it, that is why we see these results that make us proud as a country. Aruba is a small island in the Caribbean with a heavy dependence on tourism, for us it is a true honour that a beach on our island gets to be named the number 1 beach in the Caribbean. In previous years Eagle Beach was ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, but getting first place in the ranking exceeds all expectations.” said Ronella Croes, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of A.T.A

“Congratulations to the 2023 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best winners,” said John Boris, Chief Marketing Officer at Tripadvisor. “The travel resurgence we’ve seen throughout the past year has even further heightened the competition. Ranking among the Best of the Best demonstrates that you have provided exemplary experiences to those who matter most: your guests. With changing expectations, continued labour shortages, and rising costs, this is no easy feat, and I am continually impressed with the hospitality industry’s resilience and ability to adapt. Cheers to another successful year!”

This exceptional win for Aruba, endorses its appeal to UK travellers along with the recent decision by the UK’s leading airline, British Airways in launching a direct flight to Aruba from March 2023.

About Aruba

Aruba lies 15 miles north of the South American coastline, benefitting from year-round sunshine, an average temperature of 32 degrees and a cooling breeze. With a nine mile stretch of award-winning pristine beach, turquoise seas, colonial Dutch architecture and a Latin vibe, Aruba is a delightful alternative Caribbean experience. With major international brand name resorts, as well as smaller boutique accommodation, Aruba offers a vibrant nightlife, as well as a host of watersports and other activities. It also has a busy schedule of major international sporting and cultural events throughout the year.

About Tripadvisor

Tripadvisor, the world's largest travel guidance platform, helps hundreds of millions of people each month become better travellers, from planning to booking to taking a trip. Travellers across the globe use the Tripadvisor site and app to discover where to stay, what to do and where to eat based on guidance from those who have been there before. With more than 1 billion reviews and opinions of nearly 8 million businesses, travellers turn to Tripadvisor to find deals on accommodations, book experiences, reserve tables at delicious restaurants and discover great places nearby. As a travel guidance company available in 43 markets and 22 languages, Tripadvisor makes planning easy no matter the trip type.

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