3 Unique Resorts Along Aruba’s Eagle Beach

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Want a romantic luxury get away around the holidays or afterwards? Below are 3 great options for some luxury, relaxation and spa action in Aruba in the Pacific.

Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa: (below)

Manchebo is an intimate boutique 2-story resort which is nestled on the largest and widest beach of Aruba. The resort is known for its charm, romance, and great food.

The exotic outdoor Caribbean-Balinese-style Spa facility overlooks the beach and offers treatments for the mind, body & soul including massages, body scrubs and wraps, facials, manicure, pedicure, steam room and whirlpool. They also have weekly yoga classes on the beach. Their French Steakhouse restaurant is renowned for its Argentine steaks and Giorgio’s serves alfresco dining in the garden terrace or pool-side.

Additional features include a spa for massage, body scrubs & wraps, facials, manicure and pedicures as well as a steam room and spa whirlpool. Rooms have great ocean or garden views, large balconies or terraces.

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort: (right)

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort offers European style charm and serenity on Eagle Beach, which touts 14 acres of natural powder white sand. 

The resort is nearby all major attractions, the peaceful site overlooks one of the Caribbean’s top ten beaches as published in Dream Beaches of the World, just three miles from town and a short seven miles from the airport.

Located adjacent to the resort is a shopping plaza with twenty-five shops, a variety of restaurants, bars and a world-class casino. The Bucuti Beach Wing rooms and lobbies were completely renovated and remodeled in the Summer of 2006 and their pool was renovated and restyled in a contemporary, chic new design with romantic double sized day beds in 2007. Bucuti has become known as a romantic boutique resort for couples.

Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort

Imagine trade winds, swaying palms, tropical warmth, bright sunshine, crystal clear water and ivory powder beach. Very small in size, the properly has only seventy-two fully appointed units all only a few steps from Eagle Beach and our fabulous beach bar!

Amsterdam Manor has created its own special niche along the beach between the low-rise and high-rise hotel strips, and is only a few minutes away bus from downtown shopping, casinos, restaurants and nightlife.

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