Manchebo Beach Resort:
Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa is situated along Aruba’s spectacular Eagle Beach, recently named one of the “Top Ten Beaches In The World” by TripAdvisor. Located at the island’s western-most edge, at the exact point where converging currents meet, Manchebo is the island’s broadest and possibly the most tranquil beach. This boutique retreat of just 72 hotel rooms offers an oasis of island splendor and personalized service. Palm trees, tropical gardens and thatched roof palapas dot the landscape, easing guests into day after breezy day of yoga and Pilates classes, spa services, fine and casual dining, sunbathing on the beach, lounging by the pool, beachcombing and blissful relaxation.
The 72 guest rooms have been newly renovated and blend contemporary island style with the modern day amenities and services. Rooms have a soothing color palette of turquoise and sand and are tucked away in two ocean-facing buildings rising no taller than the coconut trees that surround them. Private furnished balconies and patios beckon guests to relax over morning coffee or wind down with an evening cocktail.
With four restaurants for just 72 guest rooms, it’s clear that Manchebo is passionately committed to cuisine. Talented local chefs turn out dish after imaginative dish, ranging from Mediterranean classics to fresh sushi to traditional Aruban favorites.
More than anything, what sets Manchebo apart is its staff. Measured by both tenure and temperament, their stellar team of 150 exudes a relaxed yet reliable vibe. Many have worked together for decades and their easy rhythm is evident throughout. It’s not unusual to see returning guests in a happy embrace with their favorite bartender, or to find the resort’s longtime manager chatting with guests before a yoga class, or to discover that the chef has tweaked the day’s menu to accommodate the arrival of a local fisherman’s morning catch, or to watch four full-time gardeners tend to whatever is blooming in the resort’s two greenhouses.
Like a gentle undercurrent, the island’s Dutch heritage is subtle yet ever-present, a fact that would delight the resort’s founder, Izaak “Ike” Cohen, a hotelier, entrepreneur and exuberant entertainer from the Netherlands who envisioned Aruba as a prime tourist destination long before the larger world discovered the island’s charms. From the Dutch Gouda cheese on the breakfast buffet to premium Simon Lévelt teas imported from The Netherlands, Aruba’s history and heritage shine though in ways large and small.
Daily Yoga and Pilates Classes
Complimentary Casino Shuttle
Ike's Bistro - Mediterranean Inspired Fare
The Chophouse - Steakhouse & Caribbean and International Favorites
Omakase Sushi Bar - Japanese Cuisine
Pega Pega Beach Bar & Grill - Casual Island Style Dining
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