Aruba Entertainment
& Nightly Shows

Many of the Resorts offer first-rate Aruba entertainment and shows. You don't have to be a resort guest to see shows at the hotels, but you should make a reservation. Seats for the popular spectacles are likely to book up early in the day, especially during the high season.Your first paragraph ...

One of the most popular Aruba shows is “Let's Go Latin!” performed at the Renaissance's Crystal Theatre, located in downtown Oranjestad. Most of the dancers in this show are from some of Cuba's elite ballet companies. This show is a combination of Latin rhythms, Las Vegas expression, and colorful, ornate and somewhat risqué costumes.

In the High Rise Hotel Area, you don’t have to travel into town to see some fantastic nightly shows.

The Cabaret Royal Showroom at the Westin Hotel offers several forms of nightly entertainment. One show features rhythms and salsa of Cuba, with elaborate and ornate costumes. The others are a Flamenco show and a Middle Eastern-style production. There is also a late night comedy act featuring various individual “stand-up” comedians each night.

The Occidental Grand's Las Palmas Showroom is the largest stage in Aruba. The shows here vary from week to week. Some of the productions include “Moulin Rouge” based on the film, the best of “Broadway”, and a “Las Vegas” style stage show.

Each of the hotels offer dinner and show tickets - Prices and show times vary. See below for contact information.

Renaissance's Crystal Theatre
L. G. Smith Blvd. 82, Oranjestad
(tel. 297/583-6000)

The Westin’s Cabaret Royal Showroom
J. E. Irausquin Blvd. 77, Palm Beach
(tel. 297/586-4466)

The Occidental Grand's Las Palmas Showroom
J. E. Irausquin Blvd. 83, Palm Beach
(tel. 297/586-4500

Aruba Sinatra Dinner Show

The Aruba Sinatra Dinner Show is very popular at The Old Cunucu House Restaurant, a 150-year-old refurbished farmhouse that serves native Aruba cuisine.

Aruban vocalist Fred De Jong sings wonderful romantic lyrics made famous by singers like Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Harry Connick, Jr. and others. Mr. De Jong makes a point of welcoming most of the guests at the door before the show. His performance is entertaining, original & authentic.

Tickets are $15 a person and include the show. Dinner and drinks are additional.

Order tickets for the Aruba Sinatra Dinner Show online before you go for reserved spots, and Best Price Guarantee.

The Old Cunucu House Restaurant is within walking distance from the High Rise Hotel area. A few blocks east of the Palm Beach Shopping Mall and Uni Casa Supermarket.

Driving: When entering Palm Beach area you will see Wendy’s on your left hand side. Take the second left. Here you will see a big sign from The Old Cunucu House Restaurant. After 150 meters you will arrive at the restaurant.

For exact location and directions see Google Maps.

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