The ultimate beach, and breezy, sunny days. Choose from ten dining options and eight bars, most with ocean views. Try our water sports, seaside fitness center or spa. And, all guest rooms are just steps from the sand and pools. There's live entertainment nightly or take a quick stroll to the Alhambra Casino. Stay at the Divi Aruba and also dine and play at the adjacent Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive.
LocationAruba - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating3013 reviews
This resort is our favorite place in Aruba. It is located at the south end of the high-rise area away from the busy and very commercial strip. Rooms are large and well equipped and the beautiful beach is nicely protected by two rock jetties on either side. The pool deck is large and can accommodate pool lovers and sun worshippers alike. What makes this resort special for us are the workers who go out of their way to help make our vacation a relaxing and memorable one each year. A special shout out to Sandra Mora at the towel hut, Genesis and Angie at the Pure Beach restaurant, Angelica at the front desk, Michelle at the Concierge, the bellmen Christian and Garvin, Pearl the General Manager who greets you at the cocktail party each week and so many others we say hello to each day that I am unable to name here. The only thing missing is a pickleball court but I understand that there are plans to put one in this year.
Great resort , clean amenities, staff are always consistently friendly & welcoming. Have been coming back for years & the place has only gotten better. Sandra Mora has a smile on her face every morning & is very helpful + kind.
Wonderful week in Aruba
Very nice place. Spacious comfortable room (though a bit more modern decor wouldn't hurt). Lovely beach. Nice efficiency kitchen, which permitted numerous meals at restaurants (i.e. NOT an All Inclusive).
Good Stay but Issues with the Pool
We have a timeshare at the Divi Phoenix, so we have been staying here since it opened (around 15 years ago). The rooms have enough space and aren’t dirty. The pullout sofas are very uncomfortable, but I didn’t expect anything more. Rooms are cleaned on Tuesdays and Fridays, so the sheets and towels are always fresh. The seating around the pool is pretty minimal. Last week, the chairs were reserved in the middle of the night, so when we came down at 5 AM to get a chair for the day, we were stuck in the shady areas. I think the organization of the pool chairs and huts needed to be improved. The pool chairs are also REALLY uncomfortable. Another issue with the pool is the layer of grime on the surface of the pool. I liked to sit in the chairs in the pool and read my book, but it was nasty to see all the stuff floating by me. I took some pictures, but you can’t really get a good idea of how gross the pool is. It’s not like the staff isn’t trying to clean, because I saw maintenance staff around all day cleaning the pool. It was by no means a bad stay, but I was really annoyed by the water in the pool and the chairs by the pool. In years past, I would’ve had no hesitation giving a 4-star review, but this year it’s more of a 3.5-star review.
AVOID Divi Phoenix Aruba at all costs…Dec 2022
DEC 2022. DIVI PHOENIX ARUBA Something happened in the last couple of years. It’s like a 180. I was really excited to bring a friend on his very first vacation to a Caribbean island. My past experiences visiting Aruba have all been top-notch until now, at the Divi Phoenix. THE GOOD 1. The dirty cushions have been replaced with new cushions for the outdoor furniture. 2. The maid did take dirty towels each day and replace with new ones. She was nice. 3. The bartenders were nice when you could get their attention. 4. There is a one unit, combo washer/dryer. THE BAD 1. Toilet wouldn’t flush. 2. Balcony chair broken 3. Nightstand tops dirty. 4. Glass shower wall had someone’s dead skin on it - as if someone pulled skin from a sunburn while showering. 5. The springs in the pull out couch mattress were so uncomfortable and squeaky that it was impossible to sleep on. 6. Same for the ceiling fan in the bedroom. Unable to sleep with it off. Unable to sleep with it on as it was so squeaky. 7. Jet tub did not work. 8. The one unit, combo washer/dryer takes 3 hours to complete one load of laundry! 9. Maintenance was rude and tried to discount our complaints. 10. Same with front desk staff. No smiles on any of them. Evidently, they are also not thrilled to be working at the Divi Phoenix. 11. The pools where Bingo is held were dirty and not cleaned. 12. The swim up pool bar was nice but, if you want to order a drink, it’s almost impossible as the bartenders, although nice, forget to check on the guests sitting at the pool bar because they are too busy on the other side (walk up bar) serving guests. THE UGLY 1. Black mold. 2. Cockroaches. Hysterically, (and not in a good way), we were sitting on the couch discussing all of the above issues when a cockroach walked across the floor in front of us. Timing was impeccable. NEVER AGAIN! Next, queue generic response from Divi.