When planning where to stay in beautiful Aruba consider getting away from the high-rise resorts and into a charming boutique hotel. A world away from the congestion that comes with big resorts is Talk of the Town Aruba, our top recommended boutique hotel in the Oranjestad. You will be pampered with personalized service, have easy access to the beaches, shopping, and restaurants, and be in a locale that truly gives you a place to connect with the island and your travel group.
Across the street is Surfside Beach, and Talk of the Town has a full service beach club in wait. Guests receive complimentary chaise lounge service, and there is also a restaurant, bar and pool, and scuba diving training facilities.
Away from the hustle and bustle, this hotel puts you within walking distance to Oranjestad shopping and restaurants, but away from crowded beaches and the cruise ship port.
The new courtyard is not only gorgeous, but features a pool, a wet chaise-lounge area, two hot tubs for adults, under-water seating benches and two exterior wooden sun deck. A bar area is also found which serves drinks and snacks. A great place to relax!
Moonlight Bar & Grill is found poolside, and it serves up great drinks and great fun. We also have to mention that lunch and dinner is served here, and the food is great. Aruba is known for its high end cuisine, and Moonlight can compete with the best of them.Breakfast is Included
A hot breakfast is dished up at Gazebo Restaurant in the hotel. Free breakfast is always a plus, but when you want to go back for seconds that is even better!Suite Features
With balconies, mini-fridges and microwaves included with every suite, it's easy to sit back and relax in the evening, enjoy a snack on your own terms (and save some money on dining out too). There are special touches that you won't find at most hotels too, like flatiron's and complimentary WIFI.
The only fault we could find about this hidden gem was that it is close to the airport, so you do hear planes. For those who live in the city, you probably won't even notice the noise, but for those who live in a rural area with little traffic, it may be a bit bothersome.