Bucuti & Tara Resort in Aruba: A romantic getaway for winter

Book a romantic travel package at Aruba’s boutique resort for adults

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WASHINGTON, October 12, 2012 — Aruba’s sugar white beaches are the perfect backdrop for a romantic vacation.  And it doesn’t get more romantic than a stay at Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, the only boutique resort on Aruba exclusively for adults.

The resort is tucked away on 14 acres in a quiet oasis known as Eagle Beach. A freshwater pool, an open-air spa and waterfront dining makes this an irresistible place to hole up and chase away the winter blues.

The resort is one of the very few in the Caribbean that doesn’t have hidden resort fees.  What you pay upfront is what your cost will be.  Plus, Bucuti saves its guest money in other ways too, like providing free Netbooks with Skype to guests, maintaining free internet throughout the entire property and movies under the stars on the beach. 

For couples seeking a tranquil escape the resort has created the Swept Away Romance Package.  The five-night getaway includes hotel accommodations in a superior garden view room with a large balcony or terrace, a bottle of chilled sparkling wine, choice of daytime snorkel or sunset sailing cruise, a candlelight dinner on the beach and a welcome gift basket.  Rates start at $1,896 per couple.  

For couples looking to explore Aruba’s native wildlife, Bucuti offers the Eco Vacation Experience.  The vacation package includes accommodations for five nights in a garden view room, a guided hike in Aruba’s Arikok National Park with a park ranger, an authentic Aruban dinner for two prepared by local chefs at the resort’s oceanfront terrace, a tour of the Aruba Aloe Factory and a car rental for a day (including gasoline and insurance).  Rates start at $1,691 per couple.

 

 


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