Located in Saveneta, the first capital city of Aruba, is the private resort Club Arias. It is a quiet, secluded, and private haven for those who want to steer clear of the crowds of the high rise/low rise hotel scene ad prefer a more intimate setting. The staff lavishes guests with the personal attention they deserve to make each day at the Club an indulgent one. From the lushly flowered gardens to the cascading waterfall in the wading pool, there is something special about every inch of Club Arias, where guests experience the "True Aruba; the Cultural Aruba."
Guests looking to experiment with a variety of different types of food will certainly not go hungry at Club Arias, which is in an area featuring a multitude of dining options. You'll find a broad selection of flavors here, and those with a taste for Chinese and eclectic food should find what they're looking for. If you're trying to plan a conference or are traveling with a group, this group-friendly accommodation makes the process a bit less of a hassle.
Located in Savaneta, 1.2 miles west of Brasil, Club Arias happily welcomes guests who are thinking about lodging in this village or the immediate vicinity. If you're curious, the center of Oranjestad is to the northwest.
The intimate Club Arias has only 10 guest rooms, laid out around the rock-formed lagoon. Each room features unique decor that compliments the natural surroundings. In addition to these rooms, the hotel is developing a selection of economy suites for guests who are on a budget but would still like to visit Aruba. It is called Driftwood Gardens.
Club Arias has 21 units, making it a moderately small property. Accordingly, it's a nice choice for visitors who enjoy an uncrowded setting. This B & B has been given a rating of 3 stars, for many reasons, including amenities, quality, and service.
An overview of the in-room conveniences offered by Club Arias is provided below.
If you want to make sure your room will have all the necessities, contact the front desk to verify availability.
Enjoy a cool beverage at the swim-up bar as you spend your day in the waterfall wading pool.
To view this location's general amenities, check out the list below:
If you want to be certain the hotel has exactly what you expect, it's always best to call with questions just in case availability varies. Visit this page to go to our in-depth article about the types of recreation and activities available at Club Arias.
Each morning begins with a gourmet breakfast prepared by Cordon Bleu graduate Chef Ayala. Chef Ayala is also available for private dinners upon request, or you can stop by the restaurant for All You Can Eat Pasta on Monday nights or All You Can Eat Pizza on Wednesday nights.
In addition to dining options on-site, vacationers hoping for more culinary diversity may also want to think about some of the area's other nearby dining selections. Travelers looking for somewhere to eat will encounter a few solid places to eat beyond the property. It may be helpful to decide which nearby choices your family will enjoy, even though Club Arias does have on-site dining, including G&G Pizza. To find out more about this area's dining, click here.
Making use of this location's guest services -- including the ones seen below -- are ready to help you stay relaxed while visiting Aruba.
Another plus is this property also has a small set of business amenities, perfect for people who are visiting for business-related reasons.
Guests will find many attractions located within a short distance of Club Arias. Some of the closest attractions are Donkey Sanctuary Aruba, , and Balashi Gold Mill Ruins. If you're like many travelers who visit Aruba's coast, your vacation wouldn't be complete without a few peaceful hours at the beach. One of the nearest beaches is Santo Largo, which is only a small interval away from the B & B.
The B & B is located in the vicinity of Oranjestad, a beautiful part of the island for vacationers to experience the diversity of Aruba.
For our in-depth discussion on what's in the area of Club Arias, click here.
Location: 123-K Savaneta, Savaneta, Aruba
US: (917) 508-7210
Secondary Phone: (297) 593-3408
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