We stayed at La Quinta from May 24-May 31. The first few days felt awkward because the resort felt deserted. We decided to crash other near by resorts to see how they were. Other resorts were crowded with people. The pool sides were mobbed the beach areas in front of the resorts had wall to wall people. We quickly learned to appreciate La Quinta. There are two choices of pools there. When ever we decided to sit by either pool, there was always less than five people around at any given time. Eagle beach was directly across the street. We NEVER had a problem getting chairs or a hut. The area was never crowded. Any given time may have had five huts occupied. It was the BEST area on the beach stretch. The staff were friendly and the resort was very clean. Martha and Javier were great. Martha cleaned our room daily and Javier cleaned the pool or arranged our hut for us. We had a problem with out toilet the first day but within 15 minutes the problem was rectified. This is an extremely quiet resort. Totally layed back. The restaurant The Screaming Eagle was located next door. The food was to die for, pricey...but well worth it. Be sure to order the crepe suzette it was yummy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The La Quinta Beach Resort consists of 54 suites of varying sizes and different designs in two sections. Guest amenities includes WiFi - pool bar - beach attributes - beach bar - restaurant - car-rental - two salt water pools - lushly landscaped pool deck and is located on world renowned Eagle Beach ... more less
- Also Known As:
- La Quinta Beach Hotel Palm/Eagle Beach
- La Quinta Palm Eagle Beach
- Palm/Eagle Beach La Quinta
- La Quinta Beach Resort Aruba/Palm - Eagle Beach