Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino’s Renovation

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Updated king guestroom at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino. (Photo courtesy of Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino.)

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino, located on Aruba’s beachfront Palm Beach, has undergone a $21 million renovation. The refresh includes a complete rehancement of its 357 guestrooms and suites, as well as its Regency Club.

The redesign features chic, modern accommodations while still giving tribute to the island’s Dutch Colonial architecture and colorful Caribbean accents. The new guestrooms are bright and airy with white oak furnishings and plenty of natural light, plus feature a hand-woven chevron wool rug, plush pillows and bedding, an oversized chaise lounge, and a 65-inch TV, a fridge, coffee station, and plenty of outlets, as well as motion sensor lighting.

The guestroom bathrooms have also been renovated and now feature quartz stone countertops and white oak vanities. Over the vanity, tech-forward mirrors were installed that are backlit and feature the time on an integrated digital clock.

Aside from the guestrooms, the resort has also added a new Regency Club Lounge, which was moved from the top floor to the ground level to provide guests with easy access from the pool, beach, and casino. Plus, exclusively available to guests of the ninth floor Club Level, the Regency Club Lounge hosts complimentary continental breakfast, evening cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres, as well as more personalized concierge services.

Agents ready to book should keep in mind that the top floor guestrooms are currently available for booking, while the lower level guestrooms are set to debut Fall 2018. Rates start at $289 per night.

For more information, visit hyattregencyaruba.com.

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