Area Attractions

Located on Palm Beach, Hyatt Regency Aruba makes it easy to experience an authentic, adventurous Caribbean vacation. Take a deep dive to explore the stunning Caribbean Sea. Hop on a banana boat or catamaran for an exhilarating ride, play a round of golf, or take a jeep tour of Aruba’s majestic Arikok National Park.

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Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino

J.E. Irausquin Blvd 85
Palm Beach, Aruba



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Hotel Activities

Windsurfing on Palm Beach
Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins
Kayaking at Renaissance Island


Enjoy premium outdoor experiences at either of our pools. Race down the water slide on your way to the swim up bar and grill at the 8,000 square foot Activity Pool located in the main courtyard, or quietly relax all day at the 4,951 square foot Trankilo adults-only pool located on the north side of the resort. Food and beverage service is available at both locations and private cabanas are available to book at Trankilo.

Camp Watapana

Introduce children to the wonders of Aruba with a full or half day camp for ages 4 to 12. Activities include scavenger hunts, Papiamento (local language), pool time, sandcastle building, and more. Sessions include a snack (half day), lunch (full day), dinner (evening). Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance. Learn more by emailing

Wellness and Wellbeing Experiences

Make the most of every moment with elevated activities that promote a deeper connection to the island and personal wellbeing. Experiences include yoga on the beach, tennis clinics at our resort courts, tai chi, aerial yoga, mixology, cooking and more. For a list of upcoming activities, please visit our News and Events page.


Try your luck at the recently enhanced Hyatt Regency Casino featuring 13 gaming tables, 150 slot machines, and 13 video poker machines. Slots are open from 10:00 a.m. to 12:45 a.m., daily. Table games are available from 4:00 p.m. to 12:45 a.m., daily.

Arts & Culture

Archaeological Museum of Aruba

Explore the history of Aruba through exhibits of artifacts dating back more than 2500 years. Displays include collectibles representing many of the cultures that inhabited Aruba over the centuries. Ceramic artifacts, shell and stone tools, and ornaments are on display.

Aruba Aloe Balm Museum

Learn about one of the island’s natural treasures, Aloe. Take the award-winning factory tour or walk through the Aloe fields to discover how this world-renowned balm is created and hear of some of its modern day uses.

Fort Zoutman / Willem III Tower

Constructed in 1798, as a means of defense against pirates, this fortress is the oldest surviving example of Dutch architecture in Aruba. In 1868, the Willem III Tower was added to the Fort. Today, this is the site of the Historical Museum.


Aruba Flea Markets

You’ll find a fantastic mix of Caribbean products at Aruba flea markets. Shop for Aruban crafts, souvenirs, artwork, t-shirts, caps, hats, leather goods, crinkle cotton attire, and mugs.

Palm Beach Plaza Mall

Enjoy a luxury shopping experience with high-end stores like Rue Royale Maison and Swarovski. More than a shopping destination, Palm Beach Plaza features an amphitheater, entertainment, bowling alley, a cinema, restaurants, and seven food courts.

The Village Mall

This lifestyle center shopping mall is designed to replicate Aruban culture and architecture. Visitors will find a variety of retail stores, a cigar shop, outdoor entertainment, and authentic Aruban restaurants, including Senor Frogs, Papillon, and Five Burgers.


Arikok Park

Encompassing approximately 20% of the island, this wilderness preserve offers 21 miles of marked hiking trails, showcasing many of the island's native plants and animals, as well as Mount Jamanota, Aruba's biggest hill. A path from the national park parking lot leads to Cunucu Arikok, a restored farm at the foot of 500-foot Cero Arikok.. The park contains traces of nearly all the significant forces that have impacted on Aruba's history, including Arawak petroglyphs in the Fontein Cave, the remains of Dutch peasant settlements at Masiduri, plantation houses in the Prins Valley and the ruins of an old gold mining operation at Miralamar.

Bubali Bird Sanctuary

Two man-made lakes near the water treatment facility have become a nesting area for more than 80 species of migratory birds, including herons, egrets, gulls, skimmers, coots, cormorants, numerous species of ducks and more. An observation tower has been erected to allow birdwatchers to get a true birds' eye view.

Historic Gold Mines

In the 1400's and 1500's, adventurers traveled throughout the Caribbean in search of wealth and treasures. These ruins are an integral part in the development of Aruba. On the northern coast, midway down the island, are the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins, which once processed ore during the nineteenth century. The Balashi Gold Mill was built at the tip of the Spanish Lagoon, and remnants of this once bustling mill are still visible in the picturesque setting near the narrow canyon of rocks known as Frenchman’s Pass.

Natural Bridge

The most famous of Aruba’s natural bridges loomed 25 feet above sea level, and was an awesome spectacle that existed for thousands of years. Early in September 2005 the bridge collapsed in just one evening, caused by the same wave action that originally carved out the limestone structure. Other natural bridges can still be viewed along the coast.

Hotel Shops

Red Sail Sports

We have everything from diving lessons and trips to snorkeling, deep sea fishing charters, watersports equipment, and much more.

Adventure Concierge

Plan your One Happy Island experiences with the assistance of the Adventure Concierge team. Colleagues are available to assist with booking ground transfers, water excursions, island tours and more. To request assistance, please email