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Bring Your Best Friend to Aruba At These Six Dog-Friendly Hotels
Aruba is known as “one happy island.” But how can one be truly happy when your family’s loyal and furry four-legged friend is left at home. Well, Aruba’s six pet-pampering hotels, you’ll also be sure to have “one happy dog” joining you in all the fun.
Through October 20, you can enjoy special perks as part of the island nation’s Have Dog, Will Travel, a collaboration between Wag! and Avvinuu. But while that program is ending soon, there are still plenty of opportunities to visit Aruba with your family and pets. Visit www.aruba.com/us/have-dogs-will-travel for more information on traveling to Aruba with your four-legged friends.
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba
While Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is an adult-only hotel, dogs up to 20 lbs. are more than welcome. The rate is $15 per night in the Bucuti Wing and $20 per night in the Tara Wing. The concierge will be happy to provide dog-friendly recommendations.
Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort, Aruba
Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort extends their standard of AAA Three Diamond hospitality to even the furriest of guests, welcoming them with treats and a water bowl upon arrival. The rate is $10 per day for dogs of any size.
Courtyard by Marriott Aruba Resort
Through November 6, pet owners who stay four or more nights at Courtyard by Marriott Aruba Resort will receive 15 percent off their stay. Pets, weighing no more than 20 lbs., are subject to a $150 cleaning fee.
Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino
Upon arrival at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino, dogs are presented with a welcome letter, biscuit, comfy bed, and food and water bowls. Avoid the “zoomies” with recommendations for nearby walking routes. The fee is $150 for up to seven nights.
Hyatt Place Aruba Airport
Hyatt Place Aruba Airport provides both two- and four-legged guests quick access to Aruba’s top attractions, as well as spacious rooms to unwind at the end of the day. Travelers bringing dogs are subject to a $75 fee for stays of up to six nights.
The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba
Your dog will be “putting on the Ritz” at Aruba’s Ritz-Carlton. The resort’s amenities include mini pet cabanas, non-motorized water activities, and gourmet pet food. Treat them to itat the restaurant or enjoy “breakfast in bed” with room service.