Whenever one travels to the Caribbean, one generally does so in order to enjoy several things. These things would be of course, the sand, the sea, and the sun. These are perhaps the most important aspects of any Caribbean vacation, and how much you get to enjoy them is decided in large part by where you stay. The Bucuti Beach Resort Aruba is one of the best and not just because of the world-class accommodations regardless of the type of room you rent, but because some of the rooms allow you to sit directly on the beach, or to have a panoramic view of the island’s coast. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the features of this resort.
The Bucuti Beach Resort Aruba is at the forefront of Caribbean getaways because so much care has gone into making sure that as many guests as possible have beachfront rooms. There are several bungalow style rooms that act as independent condos, as well as one and two bedroom suites that sit on the beach or along the gardens nearby. There are several penthouse rooms with views of miles of coastline, and all of these rooms have incredible accommodations. There are several restaurants nearby, and the Alhambra Casino is a popular way to end an evening.
Perhaps the best examples of this are the mattresses that were designed specifically for the Bucuti Beach Resort, and are on every single bed in the hotel. They are roughly a foot thick, with spring support and a layer of thick padding over them to provide a soft surface to sleep on with firm support underneath. If you do decide to stay at the Bucuti Beach Resort Aruba, we wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to spend half your time sleeping.
The Bucuti Beach Resort Aruba stands out in many ways other than just quality of amenities and the incredible location. For example, they have a special training program to encourage employee sensitivity when it comes to gay and lesbian travelers, and even have a wedding planning staff that can offer a variety of options for any type of ceremony. There are various dining options for any group, from family dining at the hotel’s Pirate’s Nest restaurant to evening cocktails at the lounge to a romantic dinner for two under moonlight at a private table on the beach, which even comes with a complimentary bottle of champagne.