The Cool Pool of the Week: Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino's H2Oasis Pool

Millennials vacationing in Aruba should plan for a cooling dip in the 3,364 square-foot H2Oasis adults-only swimming pool at Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. 

This pool sports a unique shape that provides a long strip of water perfect for taking uninterrupted laps while still offering pockets of open areas on either side for those travelers who just want to soak in one spot.

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With no rowdy children in sight, Millennials can put their feet up in the serenity of a stylish cabana with poolside service so they don’t ever have to leave. Millennials swimming here should also note that "Happy Hour" and two-for-one cocktails start at noon daily. 

The hotel is a hot spot among both the Millennial and LGBT markets, which tend to overlap. At the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, LGBT clients can enjoy luxurious Aruba accommodations that feature spacious guest rooms, upscale bedding and bathrooms, high-tech amenities and some of the largest balconies in Aruba. The hotel culinary offerings are lead by the always-popular Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

There are 411 rooms here, including 23 suites. Each room has a 100-square-foot balcony featuring a view of the Caribbean Sea. For guests 18 years old and above, there is an exclusive, hotel-within-a-hotel, the Tradewinds Club, that sits on the resort’s top floor and has access to the H2Oasis swimming pool and recreational area.

Visit www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/auaar-aruba-marriott-resort-and-stellaris-casino and be sure to follow Travel Agent's Joe Pike on Twitter @TravelPike.

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