Aruba Resort to Launch Adults-Only Policy

Bucuti Beach Resort in Aruba will implement a new, adults-only policy in 2011 in line with the resort’s goal of providing a tranquil getaway for couples.

Starting December 23, all guests at Bucuti must be at least 18 years old. Currently, the resort policy allows for a handful of rooms to accommodate one child in the Bucuti Wing; Tara Suites have always been restricted to adults.

Once the new policy goes into effect, children staying at other resorts on the island will still be allowed to dine at Bucuti’s Pirates’ Nest Restaurant and attend wedding ceremonies.

Couples can relax on Eagle Beach under their own private palapa or simply lounge around the infinity pool in a comfy chair for two.


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