Couples who just tied the knot can start their new life together off right by taking advantage of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusives’ 2009 Honeymoon Packages. Making their once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon trip easier on the budget and simpler to plan, everything from accommodations and non-motorized water sports to meals at a choice of ten dining outlets is included with these packages, honeymooners can spend their days and nights together worry-free!

The Divi & Tamarijn Aruba 2009 all inclusive Honeymoon Packages offer:

  • Accommodations for two with a spacious patio or balcony (Guaranteed preferred Deluxe Oceanfront room with king-sized bed at Tamarijn Aruba or Oceanview or Beachside room with king- or queen-sized bed at Divi Aruba)

  • Candlelight Dinner for two at the oceanfront Sunset Beach Bistro including a glass of wine for each person, taxes, service charges and round-trip transportation from the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba

  • Bottle of champagne

  • Free night first anniversary certificate

  • Remembrance gift.

  • In addition to specific package features, honeymooners staying at either the Divi Aruba or the adjacent, recently updated, oceanfront Tamarijn Aruba have use of all facilities and services of both properties. The packages are value-added with prices based on seasonal nightly rates and are available year-round

Further, all guest stays at the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba include all meals and snacks at a choice of ten dining outlets (surcharge applies and reservations required at Windows on Aruba, located at The Links at Divi Aruba adjacent to the resort), unlimited beverages at seven bars and the use of three freshwater pools. In addition, all guests may enjoy the well-equipped Divi Winds Sports Center, which features an air-conditioned oceanfront fitness center with the latest strength and cardiovascular equipment as well as a 30-foot outdoor rock climbing wall on the beach. The Divi Winds Sports Center also boasts non-motorized water sports including snorkeling equipment, snorkel clinic and tour, sail boats, floats, kayaks, beginner’s windsurfing equipment and “Learn to Windsurf” beach clinic. Tennis on courts lighted for night play, beach volleyball, beach olympics, bikes and bike tour, casino games master class, arts & crafts, dance lessons, beach soccer, billiards, board games, darts, basketball, Papiamento lessons, entertainment nightly, theme nights, tickets to Bon Bini Festival (seasonal), Funbook! with coupons for the adjacent Alhambra Casino, tax and service charges are further all part of what guests receive at Divi & Tamarijn Aruba.

Just steps away, The Links at Divi Aruba is an optional amenity that offers discounted green fees and premium tee times to guests of the resorts. The 9-hole course features an on-site golf school and clubhouse with pro shop. Another optional amenity, the Indulgence by the Sea spa, located at Divi Aruba, features pampering treatments from massages to facials to body scrubs. In addition, wireless Internet services are available in all guest rooms and public areas (additional fees required for optional amenities.)

For those who want to see the Island, the concierge desks at both properties can make arrangements for various off-property trips from downtown shopping excursions or restaurant reservations to catamaran cruises and more.

Family, Golf, Wedding and Dive Packages are also available. Rates, features and facilities are subject to change without notice. Certain restrictions may apply and no refunds will be given for unused features. Honeymoon stays must commence within 30 days of the wedding and a copy of marriage certificate or wedding invitation may be required at hotel check-in. Advanced sign-up for Sunset Bistro dinner and transfers required at the resort.

For reservations and more information, contact your travel professional, call 1-800-554-2008, 207-594-7888 or visit the resorts’ websites at www.diviaruba.com or www.tamarijnaruba.com.

Source: Adams Unlimited

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