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Aruba casino play

Discussion in 'Other Gambling Destinations' started by Danlovesvegas, May 15, 2019.

  1. Danlovesvegas

    Danlovesvegas Member

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    hi all going to Aruba first time, mostly play craps, roulette, and 3 Card poker. I know that there are a lot of casinos on the Island.

    Where are the best ones to go to that are clean, with knowledgeable dealers etc.
     
  2. Mjmjr123

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    I have read a little bit, we are going for our honeymoon in October. I've read the Stellaris inside Marriott is one of the biggest, and the Ritz is one of the best for drinks and cleanliness. Please post on here after you get back and let me know what you find :) Im excited to learn from someone on this board how Aruba is done.

    Oh and have fun! Also if you find any other must do-s, lemme kna!

    M
     
  3. Danlovesvegas

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    M: I will post info. when I get back to let you know about casinos I played at, and anything else that I find that’s interesting to do on the island.
     
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    Ive had a lot of success on a facebook group - "Aruba - One Really Happy Island". A lot of active members that are really good about answering peoples questions! Maybe give that a try ive been on it a ton

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  5. IrishDave

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    I've been to Aruba three or four times and really enjoy it, but remember the beach is the main draw, not the casinos! That said, they are still fun, think small downtown type places. Slot and VP holds are (much) worse than the strip, but table mins are generally low. Tables don't open until 6pm anywhere and games are limited, there's usually only one craps table. On Palm Beach, Stellaris and the Ritz come closest to a Vegas feel, but much smaller. Stellaris had a live band on the weekend. Hyatt is nice too, but Holiday Inn was a dive. Alhambra on Eagle Beach and Crystal downtown are also worth a stop. Many local dive places. Aruba is very, very safe, so if local dive places are your thing go for it....just take reasonable precautions and don't be the ugly American!

    Must do's? Well, it's pretty much a desert island with great beaches and some surprisingly good restaurants. I go to relax and enjoy the 90 degree (F) weather year-round. There are all the typical beach activities and several different excursions you can take. There are several good Aruba boards out there for details.
     
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    My belief is that to earn money playing Aruba is even less likely than to earn money playing in a casino. i receive many offers each week from Bingo sites but many of them are for UK players. However with all my belief I tried once or twice to play Bingo. Of course I get the money;). Im playing on https://www.cheersbingo.com
     
    #6 MarkCuq, Jun 6, 2019
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