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Apr 10, 2018

The International Day of Happiness Observed at the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino

As residents of One Happy Island the people of Aruba recognize that happy people and happy organizations are more successful.

As residents of One Happy Island the people of Aruba recognize that happy people and happy organizations are more successful, and in light of happiness being an important success indicator, the island again observed International Day of Happiness, on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018.

Happiness Day Hilton news article www.aruba.com

The resort engaged in happy activities thought the day serving smiley face cupcakes to guests in the lobby and chilled fruit skewers and cold towels around the pool deck, all day.

Happiness Day Hilton news article www.aruba.com

Chef Hector made special Smiley Face Pancakes, kids were welcomed with balloons and a face-painting station at check in, an avalanche of gifts surprised guests at the Weekly Manager’s Reception at Mira Solo, and eforea spa operated a pop-up “scrub and polish bar,” at the party, granting free mini brown sugar and honey or coconut scrub hand-massages.

Happiness Day Hilton news article www.aruba.com

According to the Aruba Tourism Authority, Aruba, as a destination, positioned itself as one which stands behind the importance of ‘Happiness’ as a fundamental human goal. As the One Happy Island and as one of the happiest nations in the world, Aruba wishes to transmit happiness and link the island’s One Happy brand to acts of kindness and compassion, in observance of International Day of Happiness.

Happiness Day Hilton news article www.aruba.com

These shared Random Acts of Kindness, at the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino were enthusiastically received by guests, who were quick to add that every day is a happy day in Aruba.