Facility boasts stunning ocean views and state-of-the-art equipment.
ORANJESTAD, ARUBA – Anyone who wants to maintain their workout regimen while on vacation will be delighted with the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusives new fitness and water sports center. Built in 2018, the brand-new fitness center is now open on the second floor above the new beach bar and water sports center on the first floor. It features state of the art equipment and stunning views of its 30-foot rock climbing wall on the beach and of the turquoise ocean just beyond.
"We are extremely pleased to introduce the new Fitness Center for guests of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba," said Alex Nieuwmeyer, Managing Director of Divi Resorts Aruba. "With so many of today's travelers looking to keep up their workout routines while traveling, it is key to be able to offer them facilities that meet their needs while simultaneously enhancing the properties' numerous available amenities."
In addition to the 30-foot rock climbing wall on the beach just outside the facility, the new Fitness Center features a wide range of equipment indoors. Cardiovascular equipment includes 12 bikes (6 upright and 6 recumbent), 12 treadmills and 7 ellipticals all with USB ports to charge your phone while exercising while strength training apparatuses include a full range of machines from rows to presses, with panoramic ocean views from all. There are also 10 55-inch flat screen TVs and background music for anyone who chooses not to use headphones to listen to their own tunes. Hours of operation are from 6:30am to 7:30pm daily to accommodate a variety of preferences for workout times. In addition, a personal trainer is on hand every Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 am – 7:30 pm. Classes including Zumba, aqua-exercise, yoga and pilates are available by or in the main swimming pools.
The new Beach Bar now open on the first floor features a lounge style atmosphere with murals and paintings by Leon Keer and a comfortable outdoor patio. Guests of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba receive a 20% discount on food and beverages and can charge consumptions to their rooms.
Along with the new fitness center and beach bar, all guests staying at the Divi Aruba or the Tamarijn Aruba have all-inclusive use of all facilities and services of both the adjacent, oceanfront properties, so they can choose from a selection of ten dining options, unlimited beverages at eight bars, the use of four freshwater pools, a wide range of activities including non-motorized water sports and nightly entertainment.
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