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Aruba wants to help voters escape to a happy state of mind

Aruba invites travelers to “vote happy” this election season


By —— Bio and Archives--September 9, 2016

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Oranjestad, Aruba – With the Presidential race heating up, Aruba invites U.S. travelers to “vote happy” this election season through an irresistible campaign to visit the One happy island. This is one decision Americans won’t have to debate – as more than 10 hotel candidates are offering a $200 resort credit for all trips booked Sept. 1 – 14, with travel occurring from Sept. 1 – Dec. 20.*

“Whether you’re from a red state or blue state, Aruba wants to help voters escape to a happy state of mind,” said Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority. “Aruba’s award-winning beaches, constant sunshine, friendly locals and diverse land/sea activities make it appealing for all parties to ‘vote happy.’”

Travelers may book the following hotel candidates on aruba.com/votehappy using promo code “VOTEHAPPY” during this exciting race:

  • Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort
  • Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino
  • Holiday Inn Aruba
  • Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Spa
  • Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa
  • Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino
  • Occidental Grand Aruba
  • Renaissance Resort & Casino
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba
  • Talk of the Town
  • Tropicana Aruba Resort & Casino
  • *Four-night minimum stay required for valid bookings.
  • After voting happy, visitors are encouraged to finalize their dream Aruba vacation itineraries using the “Happiness Builder” video planning tool on aruba.com. Engage with Aruba on Twitter via @aruba or Instagram via @arubatourism.

     

     

    About Aruba

    As one of the most revisited destinations in the Caribbean, Aruba — One happy island — is an island of contradictions, where pristine turquoise waters collide against the desert-like terrain of the north shore; where peace and relaxation coexist with wild and rugged adventures; where Dutch influence meets American ease and where a diverse history parallels a bright future.

    Nestled in the southern Caribbean outside the fringes of the hurricane belt, the island is just a two-and-a-half-hour flight from Miami, a four-hour flight from New York City and boasts year-round cooling trade winds with an average 82-degree temperature.

    Aruba offers beach-lovers, adrenaline junkies, relaxation-seekers and everyone in between a slice of paradise with breathtaking beaches, a booming culinary scene of over 300 restaurants with 25+ located ideally on the water, world-famous festivals and events, exciting land and water activities, art galleries and museums, sumptuous spas, championship golf, exclusive shopping and signature experiences such as cooling off in Conchi, Aruba’s natural pool— accessible only by foot or off-road vehicle.

    With all-inclusive options, boutique properties in charming Eagle Beach, high-rise branded resorts in Palm Beach and cosmopolitan city hotels in Oranjestad, the island of contradictions provides the perfect getaway for both first-time guests and loyal visitors.

     



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