Just curious if anyone has ever seen the locals using the pools at the Radisson? I can't be certain, but yesterday afternoon I noticed a fairly large group, a couple families, multi-generational using the pool between the B & C towers. The reason I noticed was because yesterday was the first time in our 4-day stay that I noticed that the pool seemed to be a bit crowded, and half the people in the pool were this group of locals. They did not have pool towels and all of their belongings were in bags beside the pool. I know beaches are public in Aruba and don't begrudge locals from hanging out at any of the beaches, even if they block the view of hotel guests. This people work hard to support the tourism and also deserve to enjoy the beautiful beaches. But I do have a problem when the take up pool space after I've also worked year-round to save up to stay at the hotel and they come for free. I do see that Radisson has security, but don't know if they pay attention to whether people using the facilities are truly hotel guests. Would hate to see the resorts on Palm Beach have to use wrist bands, but if it prevents non-paying guests from using the hotel facilities for free, it may be the way to go.