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Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino opens new spa

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino opens new spa

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino has once again reconfirmed itself as the premier beachfront property in Aruba as it prepares to unveil its new spa. 

ZoiA Spa, a new spa concept based on four key Caribbean elements – sun, sand, sea and love – and the colors of the Aruban flag – yellow, white, blue, and red, will be unveiled in January 2012. 

Additionally, Hyatt Regency Aruba’s newly renovated Shoco Market and Balashi Bar and Grill will be re-introduced to guests, featuring brilliant glass tile backdrops, newly installed pizza ovens and flat panel televisions for catching up on sports and the news.  Athletes will enjoy the newly renovated tennis courts and the brand new location for the Hyatt StayFit Health Club, now adjacent to the fully remodeled Camp Hyatt Watapana, a colorful and airy retreat for kids up to age 12 to relax and meet other children their own age.

Thanks to the resort’s unparalleled amenities, chic design and signature island service, Hyatt Regency Aruba remains one of the top resort destinations in the Caribbean more than 21 years after the first guests entered the open-air lobby. 

Located on Palm Beach, Aruba’s most scenic beach, the 357-room Hyatt Regency Aruba is not only a leading Aruban destination, but also repeatedly ranks number one for guest satisfaction among all Hyatt hotels worldwide.


Expedia® travelers ranked Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino among the world’s best hotels on this year’s Expedia Insiders’ Select™ list.  Hyatt Regency Aruba is also proud to be the only Aruba resort to be part of the American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts travel consortia.

An “Authentic Island Chic” Guest Experience
After arriving at the open-air lobby, Hyatt Regency Aruba guests can relax beachside under a palapa (or “hut”); swim at the multi-level pool complex complete with a water slide; try their luck at the casino; rejuvenate at the ZoiA Spa or dine at one of the six tempting restaurants, including its signature elegant restaurant Ruinas del Mar, the Japanese-inspired Café Japengo, Northern-Italian Café Piccolo, the casual Palms restaurant, poolside Balashi Bar and Grill, and Footprints Beach Grille where dining barefoot is recommended. 

Hyatt Regency Aruba also provides the perfect combination of service and style, offering a range of facilities from the exclusive Regency Club Floor Level to Camp Hyatt Watapana, the kids program available for guests 12 and younger.  The 9,300 square feet of flexible meeting space accommodates private boardroom meetings to elegant weddings in the Regency Ballroom.