Palm Beach Aruba

Palm Beach's sugar-white beaches is a great kid-friendly atmosphere with a number of programs sponsored by the island's tourist office who cater to families with young children, offering discounts and freebies around the island. Many of the hotel's also offer kids programs and baby-sitting services.

You'll find miles of clean shores, tranquil waters and picture-perfect weather year-round. The island offers accommodations in a variety of price ranges and enough activities on land and sea to please any vacationer.

Palm Beach is known for their perfect weather and legendary beaches, near-endless stretches of white sand with warm waters, and surrounded by the wind-curved trunks of fofoti trees. The waters are great for snorkelers and divers with plenty of sea life and shipwrecks. Find all of your beach essentials here for your Palm Beach Aruba vacation.

Palm Beach Aruba Weather – When to Visit

Aruba lies outside the hurricane belt, making it a popular year-round destination. The average temperature is 82 °F , and there is no rainy season, though it does rain occasionally. High season is from mid-December to mid-April, and while prices generally increase at hotels, entertainment options across the island increase as well. If crowds won't discourage you, head to the island for a festive spring break during Carnival in February or March, when parades and parties fill the streets.

Best Beaches Near Palm Beach Aruba

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Eagle Beach

Eagle Beach the widest beach in Aruba and famous for its pristine and soft white sands, Eagle Beach offers beautiful Caribbean ocean views, ample parking, shaded areas, some beach huts, and a variety of water sports. Eagle Beach is home to two of the most photographed and renowned fofoti trees in Aruba.

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Palm Beach

Palm Beach is dotted by palm trees, hotels, casinos, water sports concessions, piers, beach bars, restaurants and shops. Calm waters make this beach a comfortable haven for swimmers and snorkelers.

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Hadicurari Beach

Hadicurari Beach, or Fisherman’s Huts, is a rocky strip out past the Marriott Aruba Resort, where windsurfers slice the water and the aeronautics of colorful kite-surf crescents punctuate the horizon.Many wind and kite surf schools, paddle board and other non motorized water sports are found here.

Best Palm Beach Aruba Tours & Activities by Viator

Sunset Sail

Sail aboard a luxury catamaran on this sunset cruise from Aruba. During this evening excursion, enjoy tropical cocktails as the sun dips below the horizon and the stars appear. Cruise up Aruba's stunning coastline and enjoy views of Palm Beach while snacking on complimentary appetizers. Get to know the boat's crew as it entertains you with storytelling, local music, and dancing. Visit here for more information on the Sunset Sail.

Luxury Wine & Dine Dinner Sail

Set sail from Aruba for a dinner cruise by catamaran, then watch the sun set into the Caribbean as you drink and dine on deck. Enjoy an open bar throughout the cruise, and nibble local and international fare from a sumptuous, three-course buffet. Take in Aruba’s shoreline scenery and cool sea breezes, then return to Palm Beach as the stars appear over the island.  Visit here for more information on the Luxury Wine & Dine Dinner Sail.

Half-Day Aruba Special Champagne Brunch Cruise

Combine a snorkeling excursion at Aruba's best snorkel spots (such as the sunken SS Antilla) with a Champagne brunch on this half-day cruise. Even beginner snorkelers can feel safe and comfortable given the snorkeling instruction and all included equipment. Brunch includes fresh food and pastries, as well as an open bar. Visit here for more information on the Half-Day Aruba Special Champagne Brunch Cruise.

Octopus The Private Boat From Aruba!

Go on a customizable private sailing tour with a captain. Choose your route and relax as the crew sail your ship. Receive personalized attention from the crew. Enjoy freshly-prepared food and unlimited drinks. Take time to swim in the sea and make use of provided snorkel equipment to explore underwater. Visit here for more information on Octopus The Private Boat from Aruba!

Parasailing

Get the best view of the Island from up in the air! Bring along your camera and capture this memorable view. Their experienced guides will pair you in either single, tandems or triple sets based on weight and wind restrictions. Before you know it, you'll be flying up in the air above the crystal blue water of Aruba! Visit here for more information on Parasailing.

Best Palm Beach Aruba Restaurants

Two Fools & A Bull $31 – 60

5½ course menu, prepared by Fool#2 and in between short little breaks. Upfront you can tell us your restrictions… your handicap with food. But be prepared for an exclusive evening out. Think outside the box for once. Steak and Potato guy? There are 399 other restaurants. No Kids, No Drunks, No Vegetarians, No Phones! Remember the other 399 restaurants!  Telephone: 297 586 7177 Web: Two Fools & A Bull

Atardi $31 – 60

Their specialty is seafood, but Atardi's chefs take pride in knowing how to please meat lovers as well. The professional and well-trained staff delivers excellent service, while Marriott's top culinary team guarantees your meal is beyond excellent. Telephone: 297 520 6600 Web: Atardi

The Kitchen Table $31 – 60

The Kitchen Table features an Aruban-Caribbean inspired dinner menu in a very exclusive setting, with only 16 comfortable seats surrounding a U-shaped dining table. Your gastronomic feast will start at Mirador, watching the sunset while savoring the first two courses matched by a cocktail. Telephone: 297 528 7015 Web: The Kitchen Table

Elements $31 – 60

Elements’ globally-inspired fare highlights natural, organic ingredients in European-style portions that are well-balanced for healthier living. From sustainable seafood to natural meats and locally grown produce, the menu is sourced with care and includes dishes to impress vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free guests. Telephone: 297 583 1100 Ext. 112 Web: Elements

Tulip Restaurant $11 – 30

This cozy a la fresco restaurant serves delicious food at reasonable prices with friendly service. We offer combination of local and international cuisine. This charming place is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner a la carte right across the beautiful Eagle Beach. Telephone: 297 527 1118 Web: Tulip Restaurant

Best Palm Beach Aruba Beach Bars

The Beach Bar

Take in spectacular ocean views and a breath-taking sunset over ice-cold drinks and refreshing cocktails, while enjoying the longest daily Happy Hour on the island from 12:00 pm till 7:00 pm.  Telephone: 297 586 1000 ext. 851 Web: The Beach Bar

Pelican Nest Bar

This is a hot spot in Palm Beach… expect action, a loud siren signaling the beginning of happy hour, fun music, friendly and entertaining bartenders, specialty jumbo cocktails, and delicious appetizers to make your tummy smile. Telephone: 297 586 2259 Web: Pelican Nest Bar

MooMba Beach Bar

MooMba provides the perfect balance of relaxation on the beach and entertainment at the bar. It’s a party any day of the week, MooMba is always bound to be a great time. So be sure to snap a pic holding their famous “I am MooMBa” sign, enjoy all of the interesting people you will meet sitting at the bar and make sure to catch the breathtaking sunset light up the sky! Telephone: 297 586 5365 Web: MooMba Beach Bar

Bugaloe Beach Bar

A fun, bright, colorful atmosphere. Picture perfect views of the crystal clear water of Palm Beach. Some of the most fun and energetic bartenders and staff members. Their food menu is quite extensive so you’re sure to find a delicious appetizer or lunch option. Telephone: 297 586 2233 Web: Bugaloe Beach Bar

Matthew's Beachside Restaurant

Located right on Eagle Beach, Matthews has a picture perfect backdrop for you to enjoy while sipping your frozen concoction. With delicious food, refreshing cocktails, friendly service and offered theme night specials Matthews is always the right choice! Telephone: 297 588 7300 Web: Matthew's Beachside Restaurant

Best Palm Beach Aruba Hotels

26 Comments

  1. Joel Kgomanyane

    Well am a good admirer of holiday trips especially beach destinations and this would surely assist me and my family very much indeed. Besides, the site is exclusive and very relevant to my taste so I like very much and would bookmark some of the links for future reference. Well laid out and impressive!!!

    Thanks

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Joel and I am glad you enjoyed visiting beach travel destinations.  Thanks for leaving comments as well.

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  2. StevieMAX

    Hi, Leahrae.

    Thanks for this great article on Palm Beach Aruba. My imagination was running wild as I read through the different activities, and bars and restaurants that they have to offer. And you weren’t kidding about those sugar-white beaches, I was glued to the video the entire time.

    It looks like such a paradise

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Stevie! I believe you would find it to be paradise 🙂  Thanks for visiting my Palm Beach Aruba guide.

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  3. Emma Viney

    Hi, so excited to be planning our next trip!! I’m just looking into flights but would love your advice on hotels before I book. I’m a single parent so need somewhere family-friendly. Can you recommend anywhere? Also, my kids are really into snorkeling and I see that there is snorkeling here but how good is it do you know and is it safe for kids? Thanks! Emma

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, the snorkeling is safe for kids here.  And I would really recommend the Aruba Marriott Resort, simple because they are going to have a lot of things there for kids with great swimming pools and all.  It’s also right on the beach, so a great choice.  

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  4. Eunice Zomachi

    Wow what a timely comment, summer is here and you have actually help on how to plan our vacation.  I love how you have provided everything from weather and when to go, to where to eat drink and stay!  I can definitely see myself on Palm Beach with a tropical drink in hand.  and the Bucati & Tara Boutique Beach Resort looks like my kind of place.  Can’t wait to head to Aruba!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You and me both Eunice!   I love Aruba and the Bucati & Tara Boutique Beach Resort is the perfect place to stay.  Thanks for visiting my Palm Beach Aruba guide and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  5. Jonathon Howard

    This looks like a wonderful place to take a vacation so many beautiful sites to see and so many things to do ive always wanted to take a vacation like this on an island this has given me lots of important information on visiting Aruba since it lies outside the hurricane belt that makes it an even better place to visit without having to worry about a threat of a storm impacting while your there hurricanes are not pleasant experiences by any means i hope to maybe some day visit Aruba thanks for providing me such helpful information keep up the good work-Jonathon

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Jonathon.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinaitons.

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  6. Antonio

    Hi

    Another excellent  review of a great sounding holiday destination, where you make it sound such an idealistic  place  to visit. The beaches may indeed be golden and the skies blue but what makes a holiday are the company you have and the breathtaking views you experience. The hotels seem to be of a good standard and therefore I will have no hesitation  in booking this holiday.

    If you are planning a decent stay, how long do you think is enough to experience all the sights and experiences?

    Thanks

    Antonio

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Antonio.  Personally I think that a good two weeks is a good amount of time to relax, enjoy and see some sights.  You figure you are going to have 2 travel days – getting there and getting home.  That gives you a good 12 days to explore and enjoy 🙂

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  7. Ray

    I’ve searching around for beautiful islands like Aruba in preparation for a vacation next year. The beaches you have shown are breathtaking. The fact that the island caters for young families makes this a front runner as a choice of vacation for us. There is something about small islands that makes them that bit more special. I simply love white beaches and turquoise seas, nothing is more perfect than that. From my research I have found out that flights do go to the island from Europe, particularly Holland, which isn’t far from where I am based.  Thanks for sharing this article.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Ray.  I believe you and your family will enjoy Palm Beach Aruba.  Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  8. Kingsking

    Nice!, this is definitely a place to be, i can do with some relaxation right now, after all this global pandemic, i will be sure to go for a vacation with my family and palm Eagle Beach Aruba is a nice option and it has many good places to relax and have fun, am sure my family will love this, and i will also recommend it to my friends because they will like to have fun after this pandemic..Thanks for sharing

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree with you!  I think everyone is ready for a nice relaxing vacation once this pandemic is over.  I am glad you enjoyed.  Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  9. Anthony Beatrice

    A nice post about relaxing in Aruba.  I don’t know if there will be as much visitation there, due to the Corona Virus.  There were a lot of different fun opportunities provided, as well as plenty of places to get food and drink.    Sounds very relaxing and peaceful.    You have provided everything!  We all need to visit Aruba, and places like it.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree, once this virus is done and we are back to our new normal.  I have my plans in place, just waiting until it is safe 🙂

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  10. Christine

    I have always wanted to go to the Caribbean. I once visited the Colombian Caribbean and it was so beautiful, the water is so clear, it’s amazing. Aruba is definitely on my list. I did not know that it was out of the hurricane belt. So, it never gets any hurricanes or storms? Just rain?

    Those Fofoti trees on Eagle Beach look spectacular, the first one looks like a lizard that’s ready to start walking. I have never seen those trees before.

    I like the map you provided with hotel locations and prices. That gives a good idea and can help with vacation planning. Hopefully, one day I can travel to Aruba! Those beaches look like heaven!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, they do have some rain but not in the hurricane belt which does make it nice for planning with no worries 🙂  I appreciate you taking the time to leave me some comments.

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  11. Charles

    Oh me oh my! I need a beach vacay! Amid all this corona madness I have been working way more than normal because I’ve been able to bounce back and forth more easily between my day job and secondary money making ventures… I’m burnt out and the “sugar-white” sand is calling my name!

    Thanks for the detailed review and introduction to this gorgeous beach. Palm Beach Aruba is now on my list of next up vacations.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, the sugar white beach is calling my name too!   I am so overdue LOL.  Glad you enjoyed my Palm Beach Aruba guide.

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  12. osei kwame

    Daaammm! you have really raised my appetite to experience such a wonderful and serine environment.  These are the places man must take vacation to, after many months of stressing the body.  In fact, this is Paradise on earth where everything that heals the soul is at its best. I love this your blog and I commend you for coming out with such an amazing website to help.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Osei!

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  13. phillip

    Wow! This is actually the very first time that I have heard about Palm Beach Aruba, and I must say that wealth of information you have is really good. The place really seems like a haven with such special beauty and tranquility. I will really like to vacation here.  I have always wanted to visit Aruba.   I really appreciate all the work you put into this travel guide. Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you enjoyed Phillip!  I do appreciate you taking the time to leave me comments as well.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinaitons.

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