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Renaissance Private Beach July 9

Christine Cruisin

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That seems a bit high, since you can get a day pass at the Allegro for $45 which includes unlimited drinks.

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I'm looking in to the Allegro. $$$-wise it sounds like a better deal. Is the beach very nice and calm and not too crowded? Is the property pretty close to the cruise dock (i.e. it's not going to cost a fortune via taxi to get there?). I just love private islands, Sandals in Nassau has one that we practically lived on!
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The Allegro is located on Palm Beach which is where all the other big hotels are. The beach will probably be slightly crowded, but if you are going in the off-season it shouldn't be too bad. If you don't want to pay for a cab, the public bus takes you from the pier to all of the hotels for minimal cost. There are other posts on this board that gives the details.
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I didn't realize that the question I had posted was answered here. I want to go to this beach cuz it's the only place I can find in Aruba that allows Nude sunbathing and is Adults only.... The pictures I've seen online are pretty wonderful, too.
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I received the following information from Marriott regarding day passes at the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino.

"The hotel offers passes to the hotel's private island. The cost is $ 50.00 U.S. per person, which includes the transport to and from the Island, a lunch with beverage and all the non-motorized water sports (including snorkeling, kyacking also access to tennis courts). The shuttle runs from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. every 15-20 minutes from the lobby of the hotel."

I hope this helps.
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We were in Aruba in January on the VOS and spent the day at the Holiday Inn....price was $45 and included drinks and lunch....food was so-so. We will be back in Aruba end of October and were thinking of trying the Alegro....has anyone been there? Any advice? Thanks....
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