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2023 has ushered in a lot of “new” for The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba—the luxury resort is sporting a whole new look in its 320 guestrooms, suites and corridors, as well as several new experiences, from new eats to new family-friendly packages.

The property’s fully refreshed accommodations are now clad in beiges, blues and greens with organic granite accents and artwork inspired by the island of Aruba and sport upgraded state-of-the-art technology, paperless options and more. The King guestrooms also have added extra sleeping space by adding pull-out sleeper sofas.

“We are thrilled to welcome guests to the new guestrooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba,” said Hotel Manager Louella Brezovar in a press statement. “The updates represent a new chapter in this amazing resort’s history, celebrating the beautiful island of Aruba while maintaining the signature level of luxury and design ethos of The Ritz-Carlton brand.”

More New Options at The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba

The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba has done more than just update its guestrooms: it also has revved up its culinary and beverage offer. For example, your clients can now taste the best of the Caribbean’s rum with the exclusive rum-tasting flight led by a team of mixologists ($65 per person, minimum of two guests), and the pool area now boasts a new addition. The Madero Pop-Up Bar will help sunbathers add a hand-crafted cocktail (or mocktail, as they might prefer) to their daily pool time. The drinks are served to the rhythm of the music spun by a life DJ.

Also on tap through April 30, 2023: the resort’s Stay Longer, Experience More package that gives your clients 25 percent off any stay of four nights or more.

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