Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino Reveals New Private Island Experience

Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino has announced new enhancements and offerings to its Renaissance Private Island. 

To access the private island, a host welcomes guests to onboard a water taxi from Renaissance Marina or Ocean Suites in Aruba and guides them through the various offerings that exist, which include four private waterfront cabanas overlooking Flamingo Beach; five private waterfront cabanas overlooking Iguana Beach; new lounge furniture; water and beach hammocks throughout the island; weekly “Dinner Under the Stars” events; sunset DJ music sessions; crafted cocktails at Mangrove and Papagayo; beach tennis courts and recreation equipment; and a prime snorkeling and diving location by an old airplane wreck.

The new private waterfront cabanas can be rented daily starting at $150 for the smaller cabanas (max capacity four guests) and up to $300 for the large cabanas (max capacity six guests), excluding service charge. This experience includes butler service, water floats, and a selection of beverages, sparkling wine and hors d'oeuvres. 

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The cabanas at Flamingo Beach are adult exclusive and ideal for bachelor and bachelorette parties and couples alike. 

The largest cabana on Iguana Beach has a kids’ slide for younger guests. The resort’s concierge team, known as “Navigators,” can also coordinate customizable groups and couples experiences, such as beachfront spa treatments at Spa Cove.

Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino is also working towards continuing this expansion in the coming year with a new wedding venue on Flamingo Beach, yoga and fitness classes and overnight stays on the private island. 


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