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Aruba Casinos

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Casino Hotels' started by mafig, May 27, 2017.

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  1. mafig

    mafig Low-Roller

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    We'll be going on a cruise that includes Aruba. We live in Florida and usually pass on going to the beach. We do like going to different casinos.

    Have any of you been to Aruba casinos? Which one(s) did you go to. We were there a few years ago and popped into the one near the cruise port, but this trip we might go to the high rise area (I think is Palm Beach) and casino hop there.
     
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    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    I prefer the casinos on Palm Beach vs in town. There are casinos in Riu, Hilton, Barcelo, Hyatt, Holiday Inn, Marriott and Ritz. We've owned timeshare on Palm Beach for 25+ years. Our time in Aruba is a beach holiday with a few evenings in the casino. Lots of great dining in the Palm Beach area. Enjoy!
     
  3. mafig

    mafig Low-Roller

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    Thanks. We'll be in port from 10 am to 11 pm, so we'll probably want dinner somewhere in Aruba, probably in the Palm Beach area.
     
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    When are you going?
     
  5. hedgehog

    hedgehog Low-Roller

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    Is there sports betting there?
     
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    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    Holiday Inn, Seaport downtown and Marriott have sports betting.
     
  7. mafig

    mafig Low-Roller

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    October.
     
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    They are all really small casinos and most/all don't open until late afternoon.
     
  9. hedgehog

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    excellent & ty...have always wanted to do it at a holiday inn...bucket list #19001
     
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  10. mafig

    mafig Low-Roller

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    I think I read that the casinos open at 10 am (at least slots do).
     
  11. mrem3200

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    The Hilton opens around noon for slots and around 5 pm for table games. But good luck finding an open craps table before 8 or 9, if at all. Although I go in November when it is less crowded so it may be better during busier times.
     
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