Our Beaches
Daily Passes for Cruise Passengers
Our Beaches
Reflexions Beach

Reflexions Beach is just a few minutes walk from downtown Oranjestad, across from the Talk of the Town Resort & Beach Club. Beach chairs, lounges, and cabanas are for rent on this beach surrounded by calm, shallow waters. There is dining and a bar for refreshments and tropical drinks on site.

Contact: P: (+297) 582-0153
  E: info@beach-aruba.com
  W: www.beach-aruba.com

Eagle Beach (MVC Eagle Beach)

Our hotel guests (free of charge) and other beach visitors can enjoy one of Aruba’s most beautiful beaches – Eagle Beach - in a comfortable way at MVC Eagle Beach. Here you will discover pristine soft white sand, clear blue water, waving palm trees and most importantly, no crowded beach.  Rent a beach chair and enjoy Aruba with a refreshing drink in your hand, beach service available. Across the coastal road is Tulip Restaurant where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a drink in a garden atmosphere. Restrooms, a shower and  changing rooms are also available for your convenience and there is free access to wifi.

Facilities Eagle Beach, in front of MVC Eagle Beach

Beach chairs $10 each (less than 4 hours $5 each)
Beach service for drinks & food Menu prices
Tulip Restaurant:
breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks
Menu prices
Wifi Free (for paying guests only)
Restrooms Free (for paying guests only)
Shower Free (for paying guests only)
Changing room Free (for paying guests only)

The free facilities may only be used by guests renting a beach chair and/or consuming at Tulip.

All beach users are welcome at Tulip Restaurant located at MVC Eagle beach to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or a cocktail in a comfortable garden atmosphere.  

Tulip Caribbean Brasserie
Tulip Caribbean Brasserie is open daily:

Breakfast: 7:30 am- 10:00 am
Lunch: 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm- 10:00 pm

P: (+297) 587-0110 / (+297) 592-4248
  E: tulip@mvceaglebeach.aw

Prices are subject to change.
Beach chairs are limited for non-hotel guests and are subject to availability, it is not possible to reserve a chair.

Palm Beach

Palm Beach is dotted by water sports concessions, piers, restaurants, shops, and world-class hotels, and also has a walking path skirting the beach to one side, and the hotels on the other.

Hadicurari Beach

Hadicurari Beach (also known as Fisherman’s Huts), just past the Marriott Resort, is a Mecca for windsurfers and kite boarders who are drawn to the area for its shallow waters and constant trade winds—prime conditions their sport. Non-surfers can enjoy the many shaded spots while soaking in all the action, or take a lesson and be up and sailing within one hour!  Hadicuari is also the location for the annual Hi-Winds windsurf competition—the largest amateur, flat-water windsurfing event in the Caribbean.

Arashi Beach

Just before the California Lighthouse you will find one of the favorite beaches of the locals. Enjoy the tranquility of the breeze under a palapa or bring along your snorkeling gear and explore the sea.

Boca Catalina and Malmok Beach

Heading north towards the California Lighthouse you will find Boca Catalina—a small, secluded bay where snorkeling is filled with the colorful sights of sea life. Nearby Malmok Beach is a narrow, sandy stretch opposite sprawling homes; its shallow, clear waters make it a popular snorkeling spot. There are palapas to provide some welcome shade, but no other facilities, so be sure to bring your towels, snorkeling gear, and a bottle of water.