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Weare booking a vacation staying at the Aruba Radisson in January. We are not sure which room to get. Any thoughts about the real difference between the various levels and if it's worth the cost to go up from the basic guest room to a garden view or a partial ocean view in Bonaire and Curacao Towers?

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1. Re: radisson rooms

Bonaire tower rooms are most centrally located but are smaller than the Curacao tower rooms.

Curacao tower rooms are slightly larger than the Bonaire tower and has better partial oceanviews since it is a taller tower.

Guestrooms will have the worst views, furthest from the ocean, lower level rooms, with the exception of gardenview. Gardenviews will have a view of greenery and the grounds such as the lagoon, but no oceanview.

Depends upon what is important to you. Will you spend a lot of time in your room or on your balcony or patio? Could you use the money you save on a extra night stay or food or excursions?

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2. Re: radisson rooms

We stayed in a standard room in the Curaca building as high as we could go (floor 6 even side.

there is a balcony you can sit on and see a slice of ocean.

but really will you be in your room all that much that you pay for the view?

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