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Renaissance Aruba named best hotel

Posted by Paul Kandarian  March 5, 2012 07:41 AM

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The Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino was named Aruba's Best hotel by Monarc.ca, the largest database of hotel reviews in Canada. The AAA 4-Diamond resort was picked as the "Best Resort in Aruba" for having the best views, quality-to-price ratio, and restaurants of any other resort on the island. The resort is located in the middle of the island's capital city, Oranjestad, and also has a 40-acre private island open exclusively to resort guests, located off shore and accessible by boats that leave the resort every 15 minutes. The resort has 15 restaurants, two casinos, a six-theater cinema, and a 3,500-square-foot spa. Monarc.ca rates more than 1,000 hotels in the most popular sun destinations for Canadian travelers and last year compiled more than 47,000 reviews and ratings to establish a list of best-rated establishments as voted by monarc.ca members.

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