On July 10th Aruba opened to international travel from the United States. We are thrilled to be welcoming guests back to Divi Aruba All Inclusive with our new safety protocols put in place to make your vacation stress free. We implemented several new health and safety protocol which can be read here. Among the changes are new updates to our restaurants and buffets.

In order to keep guest safety first, all of our buffet dinning restaurants have been discontinued and replaced with live cooking stations. The Pelican Terrace restaurant has been transformed to allow guests to dine while watching chefs prepare dishes to order. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Pelican Terrace offer both indoor air-conditioned seating and open-air seating arranged to follow the appropriate social distancing requirements. Guests can enjoy a wide select of delicious dishes using the best local ingredients including rotisserie and carving stations along with a variety of seasonal produce and vegetarian dishes. The new juice bar offers a menu of healthy fruit and vegetable smoothies and fresh squeezed juices. Each night will have a themed cooking night.  Click here to see our themed cooking nights.

All of our restaurant kitchens will be deep cleaned and sanitized daily and kitchen staff will be required to use PPE mask and gloves. The appointed Culinary Health and Safety Coordinator will be overseeing all the new protocol operations we have put in place.  At the entrance of every restaurant guests will find sanitation stations stocked with hand sanitizer. The restaurant tables, chairs and all tabletop items will be fully sanitized after each use. In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, floor plans and operating hours will be adjusted.

Check out this sneak peek footage of our brand-new live cooking concept at the Pelican Terrace Restaurant!

We can’t wait to see you in Aruba! Be sure to check here for travel information before you depart.