Best Singles Resorts in Aruba

LT Globetrotter

March 10, 2015
Gather your group of friends for an adults only vacation

Thinking about slipping away to Aruba for a little singles getaway? Consider the Tamarijn Aruba All-Inclusive Resort for your vacation. You’ll easily pick up a golf partner if you want to play the nine-hole course located on the resort grounds. There are tennis courts, too, and the staff at the Tamarijn will gladly pair you with another single player.

Water skiing, sailing, and surfing are just some of the great water sports offered at this resort, and you’ll be able to enjoy them on your own, with a group, or even with a special new friend you might meet on your trip. On-site clubs give you even more opportunities to meet other singles and dance the night away.

Each of the five restaurants at the resort can set you up at a quiet private table or, if you like, pair you with someone else who has come to Aruba on a singles vacation. And if a quiet rest is what you want, the Tamarijn offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite television where you can relax.

The Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino is another one of the best places in the Caribbean for singles to enjoy a great vacation experience. Modern updates to the resort and its grounds along with the tropical setting that surrounds it will satisfy every guest. Whether you are looking for excitement in a world-class casino or on the Caribbean Sea, you’ll find it at this magnificent resort and casino.

Relax in the full-service spa, swim some laps in the refreshing pool, or hit the waves on a surfboard or sailboat. You might even want to book a deep sea fishing excursion. Head into nearby Palm Beach to take advantage of the nightlife or head for the beach with a book for a sun-drenched afternoon. It’s your vacation, so you can do whatever you want, and the Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino will make sure you enjoy yourself.

The citizens of Aruba are among the friendliest on Earth, and the climate on the island is mild all year around. Whether you’re looking for a luxury high-rise resort or a homier low-rise hotel for your vacation, you’ll find it along the white-sand beaches of Aruba.

Colonial ruins, lush gardens, and the deep blue sea aren’t the only things waiting for you. Palm Beach, Eagle Beach, and others offer great opportunities for sunbathing, surfing, sailing, fishing, or other activities. You’ll find plenty of other single folks if you are into mixing and mingling, so don’t worry that you’ll stand out on your own. Aruba makes everyone feel welcome, and the resorts ensure that everyone has a good time. So, if you are a single looking for the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, head for Aruba.

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