The Resort is in a great location both for shopping, eating and beach access.The Staff is very accommodating and friendly. The one bedroom suite was very cozy, clean, had a private balcony that overlooked the pool courtyard and had an ocean view. The building exterior...続きを読む
We have a very nice stay at Hotel Playa Linda on Aruba's Palmbeach. The guests are from South America (Venezuela, Colombia eg), USA and The Netherlands.The pool and the clean sandy beach are very nice.
All around there is a very helpfull staff available. The...続きを読む
My family and I have owned timeshares at this resort for more than 23 years. It has been our home away from home and we love the staff and especially the activities director and her staff:Astrid,Kelly,Maielel, and Valery they all do an outstanding job in...続きを読む
We've been staying at Playa Linda for over 10 years. We love the personal touch they give all of their guests and owners.
The resort is well maintained inside and out the staff is exceptional. The most recent upgrades to pool area, front entrance and...続きを読む
We stayed a week this summer. The suites are clean, A/C is quiet and cool, beds are comfortable. The maid Isabel actually tried to get some local fish bait for me at the market but they were sold out. She went out of her way...続きを読む
How do you reserve a hut by the pool? If so how early?
Paulines_Dijoからの返信 | 施設の代表者 |
We do not reserve huts by the pool. It is on a first come first serve basis. Only when a handicap hut is needed by the pool; you can register/reserve this with our beach concierge.
See you soon!
How do you get a palapa
Todd Mからの返信 | この施設の口コミを投稿済み |
They are on a first come first serve basis. If you want one front row on the beach you have to get up very very early (4am) and sit there until the beach attendant comes around between 6:30 and 7:30am to register... 続きを読む
They are on a first come first serve basis. If you want one front row on the beach you have to get up very very early (4am) and sit there until the beach attendant comes around between 6:30 and 7:30am to register your chickee to you for the day. You have to physically be at your chickee until it gets registered or security will take your towels etc away.
I have gone down at about 7am and got one on the beach, at the back, but it was on the beach. You will need your unit number to register each day.
Hope that helps.