Hotel Marriott's Aruba Surf Club

103 L. G. Smith Boulevard, Palm Beach
Prices from 335.00EUR incl. VAT and all fees
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Earliest check-in 16:00
Latest check-out 10:00
No breakfast
Wifi not
Parking not available
Service & facilities

Service & facilities

Hotel facilities

  • Reception (lobby)
  • Elevator
  • Hotel-owned car park
  • Safety deposit boxes at reception
  • Vending machine for beverages

Room facilities

  • Cable TV
  • Pay-TV
  • TV remote control
  • Radio
  • CD player

In-house services

  • Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day
  • Washing machine for guests
  • Classic concierge service
  • Express check-out
  • Free daily newspapers

Style of hotel and ambience

Marriott's Aruba Surf Club enjoys incredible beach scenery and offers numerous amenities under one roof. The chic villas have every conceivable comfort, a fully equipped kitchen and a lovely living area. Beside a casino and a spa there is also a fantastic pool with a water slide and a view over the Caribbean sea.

Hotel data

Hotel built in 2004, Number of floors 14, Total number of rooms 450, Number of double rooms 0, of which have 2 separate beds 0, Number of suites (separate rooms) 0, Hotel, Suite hotel, Club hotel/resort, Golf hotel

Service times

Earliest check-in:

4:00 PM

Latest check-out:

10:00 AM

Accepted payment methods

  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Eurocard/MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Location and distance

103 L. G. Smith Boulevard, Palm Beach -

Location of the hotel

The luxurious resort hotel enjoys a wonderful location on Aruba, only a few metres from Palm Beach's long, white sand beach. Popular tourist destinations on the island are the charming capital Oranjestad as well as the fascinating Arikok National Wildlife Park.

Surroundings of the hotel
  • 9.08 km
  • 0.93 km
Sport / leisure
  • Tennis court: 0.0 km
  • Beach: 0.0 km
  • Sailing: 0.0 km

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