(Closed) Calling all Bees! Need Honeymoon Help!!

posted 5 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
2635 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@Bella_D:  it’s so funny I feel like Aruba is popular this year I know a lot of couples doiing aruba. 

We almost did Aruba…but we decided to go to mexico to save money and then stop at Disneyworld for about 4 days (i have never been before)

Post # 5
20 posts
  • Wedding: June 2013

My fiance and i went to Aruba last summer and stayed at the MVC Eagle Beach hotel. It’s definitely a no frills hotel, but it was right across the street from the beach in a quiet location away from the big hotels/casinos. It was a very short bus ride away when we felt like venturing to the more touristy area. It was also walking distance to some of the bigger, fancier resorts so we could check out some of the restaurants. The hotel was also walking distance to Passions on the Beach restaurant (dinner on the beach with amazing sunsets!).


Aruba was absolutely beautiful (amazing beaches, warm ocean, and gorgeous sunsets), but I will say the food was pretty mediocre and expensive for what you get. We ended up eating at the restaurant at our hotel 3x because it was actually good and decently priced! We rented a car and drove around the island, which was one of the highlights of our trip! If you’re looking for a place without a ton of culture then Aruba is for you. We wanted something easy where we could just unwind on the beaches without feeling guilty for missing out on seeing/doing/experiencing the culture, etc. Everyone pretty much spoke English. Lots of Americans there.


Hope you have a wonderful time!!








Post # 7
108 posts
Blushing bee

If you like both the hotels, I would go with the one that has better resturants maybe, but the breakfast included is a nice time saver too 🙂

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