Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is pleased to introduce the recent addition of the island’s largest Starbucks, a Gelato & Co. outlet, plus enhancements to its Great Room and Lobby Bar as well as a complete renovation of the two-story fitness center.
Replacing Aruba Marriott’s Lobby Café is a brand new Starbucks, which is now the largest Starbucks location in Aruba. The Starbucks has a modern, open design with rustic wooden panels, brass accents, as well as the first “Wall of Chill” in the Caribbean, a grab-and-go refrigerated section built into the wall. In addition, the Starbucks features an oversized, unique siren mermaid painting by Colombian artist, Natalia Perez Penagos, which depicts a mermaid swimming towards the counter to catch an aroma of coffee. Holding true to its dedication to environmental initiatives throughout the property, Aruba Marriott uses energy efficient machines in its Starbucks store.
Steps away from the new Starbucks, gelato lovers can now indulge in over 15 different homemade gelato flavors prepared daily with the finest ingredients, without using any preservatives or food colorings ensuring its pure taste and flavor. Gelato & Co. also boasts on having a variety of tasty toppings to choose from, such as roasted hazelnuts, cookies
and Nutella sauce. For those looking for a healthier option, the fruit sorbets are a sure bet, made using fresh fruits. Those with a larger sweet tooth must try the Gelato popsicle, which is dipped in white or milk chocolate and covered with toppings for an extra delicious dessert.
Additionally, guests can enjoy cocktails or light bites at the Lobby Bar, which has been reinvented with a new bar and seating as well as an extension to Ketsu, the resort’s
sushi bar. The lobby’s Great Room was refreshed with a beach-chic look and feel thanks to new light fixtures and coastal-inspired furniture and décor.
“We’re continually seeking new ways to keep hotel spaces current and comfortable in order to enhance the guest experience. The lobby and Starbucks are the first spaces
guests see when they walk into the hotel and it’s important for us to welcome them into an inviting atmosphere right away,” said Tom Calame, General Manager.
Lastly, the two-level fitness center received a total overhaul, unveiling an enlarged second floor, a modern design with new vibrant design details and carpeting,
as well as upgrades to the restrooms’ sinks, tiling, and lighting. Expanding nearly 1,000 square feet, the second floor now provides stunning views overlooking the
adults-only pool, beach, and ocean.