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Marriott Invites LGBT Travelers to Indulge in Paradise this Summer

Text by Tina Causey-Bislick

The Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino proudly welcomes LGBT vacationers. The resort is TAG-approved, employing a staff that reflects the diversity of Aruba’s community, provides LGBTQ diversity and sensitivity training for its staff, and enforces non-discriminatory policies concerning sexual orientation and gender identity. The resort also earned’s Top 100 LGBT Award for receiving exceptional guest ratings and reviews from LGBT guests.

Aruba LGBT couple at pool

In addition to offering stellar experiences for LGBT couples celebrating weddings and anniversaries, Marriott rolls out the red carpet with exclusive offers like the “Pride in Paradise” package. Some major pampering is in store, starting with a seaview room on the premium Tradewinds Club level, with a fabulous bubbles and cheese platter upon arrival. Foodies will delight in exclusive access to the Tradewinds Club Lounge, where five complimentary food and beverage experiences are offered throughout the day. Marriott’s award-winning culinary team will continue to wow couples with a private catered dinner served on their room balcony.

fish dish on a white plate with sunset in background at a beach restaurant in Aruba

The package also includes soaking in the Aruban sunshine and enjoying the cooling trade winds at a private cabana for a day among the chic, lush environs of the H2Oasis adults-only pool, with the sugar-white sands of Palm Beach just steps away. Finally, “Pride in Paradise” includes a romantic sunset sail for two.

Adult Pool at Aruba Marriott Resort
Aruba LGBT, gay couple together in pool at Aruba Marriott

Click here for more information and to book your “Pampered in Paradise” package.

Aruba is fast becoming one of the most popular island destinations for LGBTQ travel. Our local community boasts more than 90 nationalities, nurturing a culture that embraces diversity and individual lifestyle choices. The island’s vibrant local LGBTQ community is an integral part of our society. LGBTQ visitors will feel welcome, comfortable, and safe on our One happy island.

Aruba LGBT couple at Aruba Marriott