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Renaissance Island

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L.G. Smith Boulevard 82, Aruba
+297 583 6000
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10 stars if I could, read my review it was wonderful

My family and I arrived to Aruba as first timers, based on some bad TripAdvisor reviews we were not... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
bryanmantezoni
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Flamingos

The only beach where you will actually find flamingos in Aruba is in this island. There are two... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Felipe D
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Leave the cares of the world behind as you venture over to a private island complimentary to Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino guests. Renaissance Island features Aruba’s only private beaches and is just an 8-minute water taxi ride away. Here lies a true oasis with family-friendly beaches or beaches just for adults. Pamper yourself at the private Spa Cove, play a game of beachtennis, sit down to the delicious lunch specials at Papagayo Bar & Grill or have a drink at our newly added Mangrove Beach Bar, or just lie back and let the sun caress you. A day on Renaissance Island is a day well spent.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good21%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible2%
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L.G. Smith Boulevard 82, Aruba
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+297 583 6000
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

My family and I arrived to Aruba as first timers, based on some bad TripAdvisor reviews we were not going to visit the island but a friend convinced me and it was THE BEST time in the island. We paid 99 per person to visit...More

1  Thank bryanmantezoni
Reviewed 5 days ago

The only beach where you will actually find flamingos in Aruba is in this island. There are two beaches, they have a fine restaurant, SPA, wi-fi and power plugs on the beaches. If you are not a guest, you have to buy a day-pass of...More

1  Thank Felipe D
Reviewed 5 days ago

I actually traveled to Aruba for our honeymoon in September of 2016, in which we stayed at the Renaissance Ocean Suites! Well the island was the highlight of the chain. I say chain as the Renaissance has the Ocean Suites that to me is a...More

1  Thank fairlady75
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you can get there early, you can spend a full day lounging on this island for a fully relaxing experience. Whether you are hanging out with the flamingos, or lying in the hammock, or having drinks brought to you on the beach, you are...More

Thank Cecmo
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed at the Renaissance Marina Hotel and went over to their island 3 times. You must get there early if you want a good seat which by 9 to 10 in the morning is filled up. Yes they have the Flamingos and they have a...More

Thank FAS64
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were staying in a hotel near by and wanted to go to the hotel renaissances island for the day just to feed the flamingos with my young daughter. Our own hotel were happily going to ring at 7am any morning of our choice to...More

1  Thank SuzyNottingham
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If Flamingo Beach is a to-do that is very high on your list, I would consider staying at the Renaissance. It is free for people staying at their hotel because it is their private island that the hotel owns. Outside people are allowed to go...More

1  Thank Celine A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Totally worth the stay at Renaissance Aruba hotel. Taking the private boat every 15 min to the island, just walk around, check out the iguanas walking around everywhere and swim/selfie/feed the flamingos randomly slaking around. Best memories!!!!

Thank Nathalie N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic for snorkelling in the secluded, private beach lagoon. Adult side had pink flamingos and was excellent for swimming. Had to wait a while for the boat both ways though- seemed to be tea break time!

Thank leeeds
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have gone to the Renaissance 4 times already so we are seeing the improvements being made...Cabanas, enlarged bar/restaurant, play ground area for kids and better lounge chairs. I have requested that the company put a warning sign out or put safety bars near the...More

Thank IowanTraveler
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mrs_ramsey1988
20 September 2017|
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Response from frankkmauro | Reviewed this property |
Below is from the review I wrote for this island; you have to be staying at either the Renaissance Marina resort, or the Renaissance Ocean Suites next door to automatically have access to this private beach. These people... More
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dodsoncp
14 September 2017|
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Response from Aline T | Reviewed this property |
Hello I didn't do the private dinner on the Island but I kwen a couple there and they did. they loved. It's in a different area and very romantic.I think that you guys should try. Have a nice trip !Have fun there!It's a... More
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Katie H
11 September 2017|
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Response from Michael L | Reviewed this property |
I read somewhere that bringing food/drink is not allowed. However, I don't recall where I read it and it might have been out of date. Although I didn't try bringing my own food / drink onto the water taxi to the Island, I... More
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