Teaming up with sister property Divi Aruba All Inclusive, the main perk at this value-oriented resort is double amenities at the two resorts. All of the rooms in the two-story buildings are oceanfront, so the view is a given; those who plan on using the facilities at both resorts should try and snag accommodation in a building closer to Divi (and the casino). Island-style wicker furniture reigns throughout the Oceanfront and Oceanfront Deluxe rooms. The emphasis is on the view and the all-inclusive amenities, so rooms aren't luxurious, but they're clean and well-kept. There's no need to worry about a dress code—it won't take long to get on island time with seven bars, nine restaurants, three pools, and activities ranging from rock wall climbing and biking to windsurfing and snorkeling.