Palm beach is located just above Eagle Beach on Aruba’s western coast. You will see fewer water sports taking place and less water type attractions which will allow you to wade in the Caribbean Sea, and actually relax. Many travelers are very impressed with the bright, clear blue water and white sand. Many hotels are beach front, therefore you are seconds away from paradise!
A signature vacation to Aruba isn’t complete unless you visit this park. Many who visit Arikok are able to make a day that is full of observing caves, dunes, and cliffs that surround the area. When visiting it is a good idea to choose to drive through the park on a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Hiking is also an option however the length of this national park could be a very exhausting venture if you choose to walk the entire park.
The Pedernales was a World War II tanker that was torpedoed and sunk by a German boat in route to a refinery on Aruba. The center portion of the Bessel remains submerged off the shore of Palm Beach, approximately 25 feet below sea level. Skilled divers might be wary of making a trip to this rather shallow wreck site, but the Pedernales is a great way to dabble into this sport.
Casino at Hyatt Regency
The Hyatt Regency Casino has 21 gaming tables, 255 slot machines and 30 video poker machines. In other words, gamblers beware; this casino has plenty of opportunities for you to win. Although the casino is part of the resort, slots and tables are open to patrons. Regular casino hours are noon to 4 a.m. daily. But prime time to visit is Tuesday through Sunday evenings when the betting house hosts "Carnival in Rio" nights featuring live music and dancing.