Wish you were here?
Discover Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino where modern elegance blends with the spirit of Aruba. Featuring a breathtaking location in 15 tropical acres along Palm Beach, steps away from nightlife, shopping, dining, this world-class resort is the perfect island escape. Experience endless ocean vistas and a diverse selection of bars and restaurants, including our signature Sunset Grille, Gilligan’s Seafood Shack and the outdoor Mira Solo Lobby Bar. Relax beside our two pools or lounge in a “palapa” on Aruba’s longest stretch of beach. With a legacy dating to 1959, the resort features a wide choice of attractions and amenities including water sports, an on-site diving center, pool games, complimentary bike rentals, localized wellness journeys and a nearby butterfly farm.
house. Unwind in the beachfront eforea™ spa, featuring native aloe experiences, outdoor cabanas and signature treatments. Feeling lucky? Play table games, slot machines and tournaments in the casino.
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.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating3267 reviews
Good place to stay
Breakfast was good. Rooms were clean. Service was perfect. Towel service is recommended. Casino was alright, poker table was fun and drinks were always flowing. Great ice cream shop coated in the market store located inside the Hilton. Best on the island.
Would come back for sure
Really impressed with the resort amenities, and location of vatious aspects in resort. The staff were "five star" everywhere. Restaurant food great. (Cappuccino in AM at Market store was a treat). Construction noise during day only negative.
The Best in Aruba
We were a family of 6 in 3 rooms. Diamond member, all in Aruba Tower. This resort continues to amaze. The grounds are impeccably maintained . The food is excellent. Too many amenities and upgrades to mention lol! THE STAFF IS THE BEST PART OF THIS PROPERTY. A very special hats off to Elton for taking care of us (again) so well!
HILTON is MISERABLE and OPPORTUNISTIC!!!!
I sent to HILTON an email with complaints and they NEVER responded, and now why do they want the survey? It's a miserable hotel! They made a problem over a sandwich that each of us took to the beach after breakfast. We didn't bring a picnic basket, just a miserable sandwich. They accused us, the next day Audrey came, commanded by Norman, to accuse us BEFORE checking if we took it or not. We will NEVER return to a HILTON!!! We travel to Europe and the Caribbean to 4 and 5-star hotels and there was never one as miserable as the HILTON. I will give the WORST references to everyone. Even to my clients (who are multinational), I will tell them how miserable and shameful the HILTON is. Moreover, they have birds IN JAIL !!!!! FInally they charge a palapa where they have many free. First of all they said it cost USD 45, but when I made a complain because it was 4PM, they said ok "USD 27" They are very opportunistic, they try to get money out of you for everything!
Overcrowded, expensive, and boring
If you are family, this is a decent place. As couples, I would definitely not stay here. There are a ton of families which is great. But it is a very crowded resort. It’s also not set up very well. They have two pools with never enough chairs. They have beaches with Tiki huts for shade, but they don’t have enough for the amount of guests and they charge you to use them. There are very limited options for food and the food is just decent. In the breakfast restaurant which there’s only one, they only have one person to cook eggs and there is a line 10 to 20 people deep every single day. So breakfast takes forever. You would think that they would understand the volume of guests and the fact that one person doing all that cooking is not enough. There’s very limited activities and if I were to sum this up in award, I would say boring.