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Beautiful caribbean flair makes the Amsterdam Manor a special place

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  • Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort
  • J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 252
  • Oranjestad - Aruba
  • +297-527-1100
  • https://www.amsterdammanor.com/

Capital of the Dutch island of Aruba - Caribbean Sea

This small hideaway with the luxuries of large resorts in front of Aruba's premier Eagle Beach. The warm and friendly personalized service for which the Arubans are known will make sure you experience an unforgettable vacation. Amsterdam Manor is located just 10 km from Queen Beatrix International Airport and 5 km from downtown Oranjestad.

On the premises are The Waterfall Restaurant International, pool bar, mini-market, children's playground and fresh water swimming pool with waterfall. On the pool deck as well as at the beach are umbrellas and lounge chairs with beach towels available at no charge. The resort offers baby-sitting service, the use of washers and dryers and and/or external dry cleaning service. Our activities desk can arrange all major water sports and activities. The bus stop is just in front of the resort. Amsterdam Manor is an agent for Airways Rent A Car.

Enjoy a memorable experience in our recently renovated open air restaurant. Start your morning within tropical surroundings and have a choice between a Continental Breakfast at US$8.75 or full American Breakfast at US$10.25, both plus a 15% service charge. End the day with a sample of our freshest seafood and meat dishes while enjoying a breathtaking sunset. Our menu features succulent Garlic Shrimps, the famous local Red Snapper, Tenderloin Pepper Steak and an array of delicious desserts and exotic drinks!

Sip exotic cocktails during our enjoyable "Happy Hour" and start your weekend with a delicious all-you-can-eat Caribbean barbecue with tropical live music. Meal plans: American Breakfast buffet at $10.25; Breakfast & Dinner at $ 32.75. A 15% service charge is applicable. Our Chef de cuisine and his staff is awaiting you!

The resort features free diving instruction twice a week at the pool. Every week we have the Manager's cocktail party serving free rum punch with a bikini and carnival show. Enjoy 72 air-conditioned studio, one and two bedroom suites with terrace or balcony, kitchenette or fully equipped kitchen, direct dial telephone and in-room safety deposit box.

The Amsterdam Manor is situated at just a 5 minute drive from downtown Oranjestad and 8 miles from the Airport. Our resort is located just across from the famous Eagle Beach with its crystal clear waters.

Aruba beaches ranked 1º in the World

Porthole Cruise Magazine Gives the Island Top Honors Aruba has once again received international recognition for its beautiful beaches. Porthole Cruise Magazine has ranked Aruba’s Palm Beach and Eagle Beach as the best in the world. The magazine edition set out to find the Top 10 World’s Best Beaches and Aruba made the top of the list. Both Palm Beach and Eagle Beach, referred to as Turquoise Coast, were picked for their seven-mile stretch of beautiful white sand conveniently located just 10 minutes away from Oranjestad’s port, if traveling by car.

Aruba is just outside the hurricane belt making the beaches accessible year-round. Snorkeling, diving and windsurfing are just some of the past-times visitors can take advantage of while visiting Aruba’s beaches. The Turquoise Coast is also known for its natural ship wrecks drawing divers to explore the underwater wonders. We are thrilled to be ranked #1 in the world. Our tranquil waters and beautiful sugar-white sands make our beaches stand out from others Aruba competed with and beat places like Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach and other locations in both Brazil and Hawaii.

Aruba attracts some one million visitors and cruise passengers a year, most from North America and nearby Venezuela, and it ranks as one of the Caribbean's most popular vacation spots. Why Aruba? We give you 10 good reasons to visit Aruba: Many accommodations, perfect for kids; Abundance of activities for kids; Caves and natural land formations for exploring; Amerindian petroglyphs; Miles of wide beaches; Water sports; Superb restaurants; Flashy nightclub revues; Best casinos in the Caribbean; Shopper's paradise.

January, February and March are the most popular times to visit. If you prefer smaller crowds and a more relaxed atmosphere, plan your trip for mid-April through September. Or, if you can't stand another morning of scraping ice from your windshield, hop the next plane and come in the middle of December. In other words, choose your own time. Come just because you feel like it. Whenever you feel like it.

Aruba’s heavenly sunsets, endless beaches and crystal, blue waters beckon with the promise of memorable romantic getaways. The island, long a favorite destination among honeymooners, has also found its appeal among couples looking to affirm their vows. Every year, Aruba receives hundreds of questions on how to get married on the island. To those couples, Aruba offers the following possibilities:

Civil marriage on Aruba is only possible if one of the partners is a Dutch citizen as well as an Aruban resident. Visitors, however, can arrange religious wedding ceremonies here on the island, provided that they are first legally married in their country of origin and have contacted the proper officials in Aruba prior to their arrival. In Aruba, a civil marriage at sea is not possible. A boat captain using Aruba as his port is not authorized to officiate at a wedding, even in international waters, according to Dutch laws. All couples coming to the island to get married in a religious ceremony must bring along their marriage certificate, or a similar official paper, to prove that they were married according to the law of their country.

Whether your preference is pate or pasta, shrimp or goat, prime rib or island wahoo, the Aruba Gastronomic Association family with over 25 member restaurants, offers an excellent melange of culinary specialties to satisfy all choices. Over the years, AGA has maintained high restaurant standards by encouraging talent and introducing training programs. AGA restaurants offer the finest dining at affordable prices.

Le Dome, Belgian-French Restaurant - Le Dome where the Provencal and the Mediterranean converge, gives a new twist to elegance, style and taste. Unpretentious and relaxed, the European atmosphere is meticulously orchestrated with authentic antiques, décor detailed with finesse, fresh cut flowers, cozy lighting, soft background music and pleasantly traditional and efficient service. Let yourself be submerged in this peaceful "no rush" world and truly savor the moments. From aperitif to after dinner cordial, the outstanding culinary journey entices the most discriminating palate. The menu selections evolve around the rhythm of the seasons with the freshest of ingredients; lobster, fresh fish, parmaham, mussels, and asparagus accompanied by an extensive wine list. The product of diligent labor and creative efforts are a feast for all of the senses at Le Dome.

Enjoy Dutch hospitatlity and colonial charm in a Caribbean surrounding. Our low-rise resort, which is perfect for families and couples, is located just across the street from the powdery-white sand of the Eagle Beach with its crystal-clear waters. Only three stories high, Amsterdam Manor offers you the cozy atmosphere of a privately owned and managed resort with all the luxury and convenience of a large resort.

On the premises are a restaurant, pool-bar, mini-market, children's playground and fresh water swimming pool with waterfall. On the pool deck as well as the beach are umbrellas and lounge chairs with beach towels available at no charge. The resort offers baby-sitting service, the usage of washers and dryers and/or external dry cleaning service as well as an activities desk. Access to all major watersports and the bus stop is just in front of the resort.



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