The top two high end resorts on Aruba are the Radisson and the Hyatt. I just returned from Aruba on September 18, and I checked out both (stayed at the Radisson-visited friends staying at the Hyatt). The Radisson was clearly better than the Hyatt, in my opinion. Among other factors that influenced my decision: There were a number of daily children's programs offered, even in the off season (mine are in college so I didn't check them out). The Laguna Restaurant offers a surprisingly reasonable special dinner option each night. On Saturday night, we had the all you can eat prime rib, with soup, salad, vegetables, and desert, for $24.00 pp (drink extra). I liked the casino (though I didn't gamble)-it even had a crap table. All rooms have sleep number beds. This is an excellent property, and it is usually cheaper than the Hyatt to boot.