Marriott's Aruba Surf Club Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Surf Club's Lazy River pool is possibly the best pool in Aruba. This long, slow-flowing chlorinated artery carries half-dozing rafters from one side of the property to the other.

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 The Surf Club's Lazy River pool is possibly the best pool in Aruba. This long, slow-flowing chlorinated artery carries half-dozing rafters from one side of the property to the other.
The Surf Club's Lazy River pool is possibly the best pool in Aruba. This long, slow-flowing chlorinated artery carries half-dozing rafters from one side of the property to the other. Lush landscaping surrounds the pool. The kid-friendly Natural Pool has a waterfall and water slide. The hotel's awesome lagoon pool is one of the best in Aruba. The pool has a broad deck brimming with lawn chairs, and there are hot tubs tucked into every corner. The Marriott's lagoon-shaped pool has a waterfall at one end, a net for volleyball, and a swim-up bar. The pool is popular with both kids and adults, and free of the crowds that migrate to the beach. The hotel's tri-level, three-tiered pool consists of three separate pools scaling three floors. Guests can get to each of the different pools using a set of stairs, though kids often prefer using the waterslide. On the ground-level pool, there's the swim-up Balashi Bar & Grill. Each level is large enough as a stand-alone swimming hole, but together the whole structure nearly reached the border between the Hyatt and the beach. Since the lovely Eagle Beach is separated from the Aruban by a large highway, the resort puts a lot of effort into its two pools. The quieter adult pool has a shady grotto jutting off of its end. The kids pool has a 150-foot waterslide and the swim-up Sunset Pool Bar & Grill. Two pools combine to create one giant aquatic complex with a golden mosaic on the floor. The main pool comes complete with a fountain in the middle and submerged beach chairs. The Palm Beach Pool Bar has swim-up access as well as a serving area for non-swimmers and a Jacuzzi tucked in the corner. An iPod feeds reggae and salsa into the speaker system. The Radisson has two large pools. Like a wavy exclamation mark, the winding lagoon and the circular pool at its tip are separated by a slim walkway to the beach. You can play in the sand right next to the pool. There are plenty of chairs pool-side, but the line for towels can get pretty long in the mid-afternoon. Guests should save themselves the hassle and bring one down from their room. The expansive, lagoon-shaped pool has a volley ball net and waterfall. There are several canopy beds for lounging pool-side. Guests swim under the bridge and past the rocked-in Jacuzzi to reach the swim-up Pool Bar.
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