Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino Hotel, Palm Beach
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino Hotel
Fabulous! Fabulous! Fabulous!!!from A TripAdvisor Member
A fabulous honeymoon! (9/15/03-09/23/03)from babydds
The resort is very lush and spaced out. There is lots of room, lots of iguanas and exotic birds. We had breakfast everyday included. We rented a car to explore the island and we are so glad we did. We bargained with a local company once there and got a car for $20 per day. We used it everyday as we would go to beaches away from the resort...more quiet and snorkeling was good. Went to Palm Island for 1/2 day, we loved it!
Snorkeling was awesome!
We went to dinner at an authentic Aruban restaurant recommended by a local called Nos Cunucu. A taxi had to take us because nobody really knew where it was located. Food was great...2 drinks for each of us, full dinners and desserts and the bill was $35 US. Amazing! We also went to King Ribs and Iguana Joe's in town-both good and reasonable.
What was kind of gross was the food at Gilligan's..the Radisson's bar.
We were very pleased with the Radisson. I researched it online, Hyatt vs. Radisson, and we were very happy with our choice. It was very quiet at the resort, lots of couples. Very relaxing!!
Good News and Bad Newsfrom Jeff31572
The Radisson is Greatfrom jamesg80
Love the radissonfrom ambrose_dm
Connecting doors to other rooms let through a bit too much sound if neighbors are noisy (but they moved me to the suite when this was a problem), otherwise pretty much perfect.
Way Over-Rated!from A TripAdvisor Member
in luxuryfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The people are outstanding, it's genuinely friendly, and safe as can be. Nightlife is more or less over around midnight, but you can stay up as late as you want. Make your way to the other side of the island the natural pool and natural bridge should not be missed. I would go back, and would stay at the Radisson again happily.
First Carribean visit, will return againfrom A TripAdvisor Member
A Beautiful Resort on a not so pretty islandfrom A TripAdvisor Member
It is simple but beautiful. The grounds are magnificent. Everything is very lush and green (in sharp contrast to the rest of the island), and the falls are beautiful. We loved the pools. It was great that you could wade in as if you would in the ocean. The fountains were great and the pool areas were never too crowded. The beach was beautiful. I wasn't too crazy about the way the resort area of the island was situated. It seems like it is just one hotel after the next after the next and so on. But the upside to this is that they all share the same white sand beach which appears endless. The Radisson is in a great location on the beach as well. It is very near the Pier which was conveniennt. And it just about central to all of the nearby hotels which made dining at other resorts very easy. The rooms were great, exactly as pictured in the brochures. The only small complaints I had were that the TV had no remote and the light in our shower was out our entire stay. The balconies are also a little on the small side but comfortable enough. My biggest complaint about this vacation applies more to the island than the Radisson in particular. The resorts are all set back quite a ways from the beach areas. So all though we had an ocean view room, we were so far from the beach and water that we were unable to hear the waves and enjoy the feeling you get being very near the water. I thought this to be a huge drawback, but as I said, this is the case at all of the resorts on Palm Beach so the Radisson can't be faulted. It is just the way they designed the resort area. The restaurants at the Radisson were also very good. We ate lunch daily at Gilligans which was very beach casual. The food and service were very good. We had dinner twice at the Sunset Grille which has a very diversified menu. They also had the best dinner rolls I have ever had.
We didn't have a chance to eat at Laguna, which is the seafood restaurant there but it looked beautiful. All of the staff there was wonderful as well. Everyone was very friendly and accomodating. My only suggestion, if you plan to use the phone often, rent a cell phone from the concierge desk. Calls from your room are ridiculously priced and the cell phone was a very reasonable alternative. I believe it was $10 per day plus whatever amount of minutes you want. But the best part was incoming calls were free so it was easy to keep in touch with those at home. Overall, I loved the place. We had dined at a few of the other hotels on the island, and with the exception of the Hyatt, the Radisson was far superior to everyplace else we saw.
Radisson Aruba Resort June 21,2003from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Aruba Radisson Resort/Casino from 6/21-6/28. The hotel was very nice,clean, the beach wonderful. This is our 2nd time in Aruba since 99'. My kids (16,18) thought it was too quiet. "Nothing to do, no teen programs"
After being there 4 days my 2 daughters developed hives on lower legs,
forearms and chest. I got it on my lower legs and hands. VERY itchy red
raised hives. The hotel denied anyone else had it. Thank god I brought
Aterax medication with me but that only helped alittle. The hotel tol
us to try Benadryl :(. Then we herd it could be the beach towels???Did
anyone else have this problem?? angel
Top Local Tips for Palm Beach
Wear your sunscreen! Many don't realize that you're so close to the equator, and with the wind constantly blowing, you may not realize how fast you're going to burn. We went through 5 bottles in the week!
Great food in Aruba Go to Marandi, Madame Janette's and Dutch pancake house
Go to Madame Jeannette's We enjoyed all of our dinners in Aruba, but Madame Jeanette's was simply perfect. The atmosphere was relaxed, the food was better than any restaurant in NYC or Boston, and the entertainment sounded EXACTLY like James Taylor. We got a reservation for our last night in Aruba and it was a perfect ending to an amazing trip.
Other names for Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino Hotel
- radisson palm/eagle beach
- radisson aruba hotel
- radisson aruba
- raddison aruba
- palm/eagle beach radisson
- aruba radisson
- Address: 81 J.E. Irausquin Boulevard - Palm Beach - Aruba
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