Eagle Beach is often referred to as Aruba's low-rise hotel area. It's lined with smaller boutique and time-share resorts. Eagle Beach is considered one of the best beaches in the Caribbean; the white-sand carpet here seems to stretch on forever. The water is great for swimming, and there are numerous refreshment spots along the beach. Although it can get busy during the day, there’s never a problem finding a spot. But if you’re looking for shade, it’s best to stick near one of the hotel bar huts along the beach. Note: All beaches are open to the public, but the lounges and shade palapas are reserved for hotel guests.
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