There are no hotels at Aruba Airport. The nearest accommodation is Talk of the Town Hotel and Beach Club (Tel. +297 5823 380). Since Aruba isn't a big island, you are close to the airport almost everywhere. Other hotels on Aruba include Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino (Tel. +297 5612 885), The Westin Aruba Resort (Tel. +297 5864 466) and Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa (Tel. +297 5823 444). For more hotels and to book online, you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
There are only a few restaurants, cafés, (snack) bars and shops at Aruba Airport. They are mainly concentrated on the ground floor, but on the second floor (the Departure Hall) there are some small eating and drinking facilities and vending machines.
You cannot store baggage at Aruba Airport. There's a lost and found desk in the central hall. You can also inquire about lost objects online.
There's an information desk in the central hall on the ground floor for inquiries about Aruba Airport, flight schedules and airport services.
The two VIP lounges and the Marriott Vacation Club offer basic facilities like faxing and copying. For more extensive business facilities, such as meeting space and conference rooms, you need to turn to the larger resorts and hotels on the island (see Hotels) although most of them are more geared towards tourists than business travelers.
Aruba Airport has reasonable accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, and the elevators and toilets are accessible by wheelchairs.
There are banks, exchange offices and ATM's scattered around the terminals. Wireless internet is available at the entire airport at a cost. You can pay at a kiosk in the Arrivals Hall. There's also a small silence room on the second floor.