Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive Completes Renovation, Unveils New Lobby, Redesigned Dining Options

The new Tamarijn Aruba's Pizza per Tutti bar at the newly renovated Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive

The Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive has just completed extensive renovations throughout the property that include a new, trendy look while providing modern luxuries and views of its signature mile-long beach in Aruba.

Guests will be welcomed by chic new decor as they first enter the reception area and lobby. The contemporary reception space is backlit with LED lighting, and the floor comes to life with a virtual underwater display. Now with more open space, the lobby offers comfortable seating throughout the communal area, as well as private concierge service desks.

The Tamarijn Aruba's Pizza per Tutti bar is now the central gathering place to meet for poolside drinks during the day. After grabbing their favorite drink or snack, guests can retreat to the trendy pool deck complemented by sun cabanas and lounge chairs. Lit up after dark, the Pizza per Tutti is where the nightlife begins as guests enjoy live entertainment while indulging in a mix of cocktails, beer, frozen specialties, pizza and other snacks.

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The Cunucu Terrace Restaurant is a newly designed space with modern decor as well as expanded indoor and outdoor seating capacity. Clients can choose to dine in a refreshing air-conditioned setting or by the ocean to enjoy the sea breeze. The open kitchen has also been upgraded with new induction cooking stations and a la carte stations that serve fresh fish, steaks and rotisserie chicken. 

When eating at the Palm Grill Restaurant, guests can prepare their own fresh fish, steak or chicken at the interactive hibachi-style tables offering spectacular views of the Caribbean SeaThe facade of the restaurant has been decorated by the famous 3-D street artist Leon Keer. Keer is a Dutch pop-surrealist artist who creates 3-D artwork on the streets across the world, and is best known for designing and producing large advertising murals for multinational companies such as Coca-Cola.

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