The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba Unveils Newly Designed Guestrooms and Suites

The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba has compled its latest refresh with the debut of "island-inspired" designs in its guestrooms, suites and hallways. Guests can also enjoy new culinary experiences this year.

Beyond a new color palette in the rooms, updated artwork displays endemic succulents and aloe plants alongside new textured carpets and window curtains framing the ocean views. King guestrooms have been upgraded for extra accommodation with the addition of pull-out sleeper sofas. All rooms have been updated with the latest technology, paperless offerings and other modern touches. The refreshed hallways now have a bright blue carpet and locally inspired artwork, brighter walls and enhanced lighting.

Refreshed bedroom, living area, The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba
The updated artwork displayed in each room features endemic succulents and aloe plants alongside new textured carpets and window curtains framing the ocean views (The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba)

The resort’s refreshed guestrooms and suites are complemented by a lineup of new experiences, ranging from culinary offerings to family-friendly packages. At Divi Sushi Bar and Lounge, a team of mixologists will take guests on a journey of Caribbean rums, showcasing the region’s signature spirit. (The rum-tasting flight is available for booking with a minimum of two guests.)

The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba has also introduced the Madero Pop-Up Bar, a vibrant addition to the pool area where guests can enjoy tropical flavors while indulging in handcrafted cocktails. A selection of fruits and spirits are displayed at the bar for the mixologist to create cocktails or mocktails served in either a coconut, pineapple or regular cocktail glass. The experience is paired with Caribbean rhythms from a resident DJ.

Deal: Guests can avail of the “Stay Longer, Experience More” package, which is available until April 30, 2023. They can enjoy a 25 percent discount on any stay of four nights or more. This package allows guests to stay longer in the destination and explore its offerings, be it on-property or around the island.

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