Boardwalk hotel Aruba

Boardwalk hotel Aruba

What I absolutely LOVE about Aruba, is that there are always new things to explore. Last weekend I stumbled upon this breathtaking, historical gem close to Hadicurari beach. In this post I’ll be giving you a peek into the good life at Boardwalk hotel Aruba!

The hotel

The Boardwalk hotel Aruba is situated on an old historical coconut plantation (which you can notice once you’re there by all the coconut trees surrounding the hotel) and is locally owned by the twin sisters Kimberly and Stephanie. While I was there I got a chance to meet them, they are incredibly nice and make you feel welcome right away! The hotel has 14 casitas in island chic style and bright Caribbean colors. What I love about this is that every casita is completely unique.

I checked into the couple casita and the moment I walked in I fell in love with this place. I could never put into words how absolutely blissful it was (I didn’t want to leave after the weekend!). If you ever get the chance to stay here… DO. It feels like home away from home and it is super peaceful. Ideal if you’re traveling with a group of friends or couples to romantically escape to cuddle up in every perfect styled nook 😉

What I like

♥The location is perfect, close to some of the most beautiful beaches and super great restaurants
♥It’s feels so serene and you’re surrounded by nature and sounds
♥Kimberly and Stephanie and their team are incredible. Sweet, friendly, discrete, helpful and they can arrange pretty much everything you need. So they really made my stay special!
♥The big beds, slept like a baby
♥Fast Wi-Fi, so so so nice.
♥Every casita has a private patio with a BBQ & hammocks. The good life
♥Their hotel mascot is a dachshund named Lola!!
♥Option to get breakfast served at your casita

Big thanks for Kimberly and Stephanie for letting me stay at your beautiful hotel. If you want to know more about Boardwalk hotel Aruba check:

-x- Jenna


Dreamy beds


In these cute treasure boxes you can find all kinds of information about what to do in Aruba

In these cute treasure boxes you can find all kinds of information about what to do in Aruba (every room has one)



Each Casita features different artwork, not one is identical! The artists drew their inspiration from the rich history of boardwalks location, namely, the coconut plantation


Every wall at the Boardwalk is perfect for pictures or cute snap chats




Loved the colors in the kitchen

Loved the colors in the kitchen

Happy place

Happy place

Pictures by the amazing Isaiah Stomp

Video by Key van Thull and Eli Parto from E&K films


1 Comment

  1. Jeff
    May 3, 2016 / 4:44 am

    Very well done blog! And gorgeous photos and video.

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