Get Married at The Ritz Carlton Aruba

Guests typically expect a certain degree of luxury when they hear the name Ritz-Carlton, and the Ritz-Carlton Aruba sure does live up to its name. Not only is the hotel gorgeous and offering an overabundance of perks, from a private balcony in every room to a 24-hour casino on site, but the spectacular Palm Beach resort can accommodate just about any wedding wish as well.


Just taking a glance at the Ritz-Carlton Aruba’s Eternity Bridge will make you want to hop on a plane to the Caribbean and say your vows under the breathtaking beach gazebo in front of the sea, but there are more options than that! The Ritz-Carlton Aruba can also host barefoot beach weddings which accommodate up to 400 guests. The resort also boasts a gorgeous event lawn, the Ritz-Carlton Ballroom, as well as the Rembrandt and Van Gogh spaces for more intimate ceremonies.


The Ritz-Carlton Aruba, true to its name, will be extremely accommodating for all types of couples. For those wishing to simply elope, there is a package that includes a ceremony on Eternity Bridge, photography, buffet breakfasts, a romantic dinner and even a massage for two in the hotel’s world-class spa.

For couples who want to bring the whole family (and then some) to witness their nuptials, the Sunset Beach package includes a ceremony on the Event Beach under a beautifully draped gazebo, flowers, photography and a steel drum player.



If you’re looking to put on the ritz for your wedding, the Ritz-Carlton Aruba is the place to do it. SAY HI today to learn more.

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