Hilton Hotels & Resorts Expands Caribbean Portfolio With Opening of Aruba Resort

Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the flagship brand of Hilton Worldwide, recently announced the opening of the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino, a 15-acre beachfront hotel in Palm Beach, Aruba. It was formerly the Radisson Aruba

Located on the largest beachfront stretch of Palm Beach and less than 10 miles from the capital city of Oranjestad, Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino an expansive pool complex, a kids club, a waterspouts and dive center, a spa, an on-site casino and an array of culinary choices.

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino features 355 guestrooms, including executive floor rooms and suites, outfitted with comfortable bedding, flatscreen TVs, wireless Internet access and a coffee maker.


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Rooms offer a tropical decor, views of the gardens, pools or sea, and spacious balconies for outdoor relaxation. Executive floor guests enjoy special access to an executive lounge, private concierge service and rooms featuring custom artwork.

La Playa Torchlight Dinner offers a romantic beachfront exclusive dining experience with a personal server and four-course dinner. Gilligan’s Beach Bar & Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering comfort food favorites in a friendly casual environment. Laguna Restaurant welcomes guests to indoor and outdoor dining featuring Caribbean fare and health-inspired cuisine. Mira Solo, meaning “look at the sun” in Papiamento, is the first and only martini and wine bar in Aruba and Sunset Grille is the resort’s award-winning signature restaurant serving international specialties including steak and seafood dishes.

Visit www.hilton.com

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