The Mill Resort & Suites is Aruba's best kept secret. Conveniently located just steps across the famous sandy white beaches of Palm Beach, this cozy low rise resort offers spacious rooms and suites (most with fully equipped kitchens) and easy access to the many facilities and beautiful free-form swimming pools.


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  • In the Palm Beach area, across the street from the beach - free beach shuttle provided. 5 km from downtown and 10 km from the airport.


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  • 200 rooms


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  • 1 à la carte
  • 1 buffet

Meal plan options:

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  • breakfast


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  • 2 bars

Available onsite:

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  • 3 pools
  • fitness centre
  • Wi-Fi

Children and teens:

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Children ages: 0 to 16


  • elevators
  • wheelchair accessible rooms
  • public areas wheelchair accessible

Check-in time:

4:00 pm

Check-out time:

11:00 am

Your price includes:

  • Daily activities
  • One complimentary welcome drink per person on arrival.
  • Complimentary beach facilities available at our beach across the street.
  • Free shuttle service to and from our hotel beach.
  • Complimentary Coffee & Tea service daily from 6:00 am – 7:00 am.
  • Free SNUBA lesson in the pool once a week.
  • Free daily local newspapers in English.
  • Entertainment ($)

Resort fee


Yes - payable at resort

Guests are requested to leave a $ 100 per room cash deposit or credit card guarantee upon check-in. The $ 100 charge will be adjusted upon check out only if guests return their keys to the Front Desk and if there is no damage done to the room. Guests should be informed of this procedure by Travel Agent and Tour Operators prior to arrival.

Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.

Resort fee

A resort fee is a fee payable to the resort. This fee varies per resort and may cover items such as fitness centres, internet, local calls, etc.

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