This is a favorite among honeymooners for its utterly romantic setting—black swans included—in faux, castle-like ruins. The restaurant's name translates to "ruins by the sea," and the view from the Aruban caliche stone walls is nothing short of spectacular, especially since this "castle" is located inside the Hyatt Regency compound. The open-air spot has the perfect lighting in the evenings, highlighting the exposed wooden beam ceiling and lush surroundings, which include a koi pond and an actual moat. The best seats in the house are by the torches lighting the lagoon, which definitely provide a photo-worthy moment. Prices are on the high side, but the service is superb and the view is worth it. Dishes are heavy on seafood, but pasta- and steak-lovers can also find something on the menu they'll like. For diners wanting a bang for their buck, the popular $52 Sunday Champagne brunch spread is a don't-miss, with everything from a carving station to seafood and pasta. Reservations are recommended.