MIAMI, Fla.—The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba is scheduled to open on November 2 on the island’s Palm Beach. The property will offer 320 oceanfront rooms and suites, four restaurants, a 15-treatment room Ritz-Carlton Spa, two swimming pools, a 24-hour casino, and meeting facilities. This marks the seventh location in Ritz-Carlton’s portfolio of properties in the Caribbean and Mexico.
Guestrooms feature a choice of king-sized or two queen beds, full baths, stocked honor bars, and Asprey toiletries. The hotel includes 55 suites that provide one and a half baths, a living room, and boutique bath amenities. Two Ritz-Carlton Suites deliver panoramic ocean views and offer a master bedroom, a living room, and a private balcony with outdoor showers.
The property also features the Ritz-Carlton Club Level, which features 35 rooms, Club Level accommodations offer services such as a private Club concierge and five food and beverage selections throughout the day of light fare, signature cocktails, and other beverages.
The resort’s 15,000 square foot spa is equipped with 15 treatment rooms. Adjoining the spa is a full-service beauty and nail salon and a fitness center offering a variety of workout classes, including yoga, spinning, and Pilates.
Indoor and outdoor meeting venues at the Ritz-Carlton, Aruba include a 7,500-square-foot ballroom divisible into three salons, a 600-square-foot executive boardroom, two additional meeting rooms, and a selection of outdoor locations, including poolside decks, lawns, and a beachfront reception area.