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Aruba remains a popular destination for travelers to the Caribbean. And why wouldn't it be? With gorgeous beaches, mild weather that hovers around 80 degrees and a location outside of the hurricane belt, it's an ideal vacation spot. Nicknamed "One Happy Island," the destination also has a stunning desert landscape great for hiking, ATV riding and cave exploring.

The island is on track to make a strong recovery from the pandemic. In 2019, it welcomed almost 2 million visitors, and last year Aruba's minister of tourism reported that tourism had recovered 72% compared with those record-high 2019 numbers. 

As the Caribbean continues to rebound after Covid closures, travelers are looking for unique hotel amenities and personalized experiences. Another feature many travelers are looking for is adults-only programming. To accommodate this trend, the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino offers Tradewinds Club, an adults-only "resort-within-a-resort" experience.

I recently traveled to Aruba and got a firsthand look at the exclusive offering. After an easy three-hour flight from Miami, I spent less than 30 minutes going through customs and took a 15-minute taxi ride to the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, which is conveniently located on Aruba's famed Palm Beach.

First impressions are everything, and the lobby of the resort made a strong one, with soaring ceilings and lots of stylish seating arranged around sleek wood coffee tables.

The Tradewinds has its own check-in desk and concierge, which right away elevated the vacation experience.

Though the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino has more than 400 rooms and the largest casino and spa on the island, the Tradewinds Club offers lots of personal touches along with access to the rest of the resort amenities. 

After checking in, I made a beeline for the resort's palm tree-lined beach, which has an adults-only area with a separate towel hut for Tradewinds guests. Another feature I loved: the palapas that came with food and drink service. 

Though the palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort, the Tradewinds Club also recently launched a Peaceful Palapas service that includes a palapa rental for the day along with a fruit platter, a morning guided meditation session and a mindfulness journal. 

The resort's adults-only lounge.

The resort's adults-only lounge. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

Sushi, seafood and steak

Besides getting your meals and meditation delivered right to you, the resort has nine restaurants and bars.

On my first night, I enjoyed Caribbean sushi rolls and a signature Aruba Ariba cocktail from the Lobby, the resort's lobby bar and restaurant. The resort also has familiar outposts like a Ruth's Chris Steak House and a full-service Starbucks in the lobby. 

Atardi is the resort's crown jewel, offering guests delicious seafood on beautifully prepared beachfront tables. Few things rival eating a sunset meal of perfectly seared scallops with your toes in the sand.

I took most meals at the hotel's on-site restaurants, but Tradewinds members also get complimentary light meals five times a day and access to an open bar from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily -- a welcome perk for those who want to linger over drinks in a cool, adults-only lounge. 

The accommodations at Tradewinds Club are located on a dedicated floor and include deluxe oceanview guestrooms overlooking Palm Beach. Guestrooms at the hotel are decked out in traditional Caribbean decor with turquoise walls and dark wood furniture. 

The bathrooms were large, and there was tons of storage space there as well as in a walk-in closet. My room overlooked the beach and adults-only pool, the H2Oasis, and I had plenty of room to drink my morning coffee on my furnished balcony.

Ultimately, Aruba offers travelers just the right mix of beaches, exciting activities and great food. Though the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is also popular with families, the exclusive Tradewinds Club also makes it an ideal choice for girls or guys trips or for solo travelers who want to unplug under a palapa.

Palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort.

Palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

Rewarding off-resort exploration

Although there was plenty to keep me occupied and satisfied at the resort, I couldn't resist doing some island exploration.

Off the resort, I got a taste of Aruba's cuisine and exciting activities. One of my favorite meals was pancakes at Linda's Dutch Pancakes. Just a few minutes from the hotel, the casual diner provided a taste of Dutch culture with pizza-sized pancakes featuring sweet or savory flavors like bacon; cheese; or strawberries and whipped cream.

Lima Bistro was another restaurant highlight; the newly opened Peruvian restaurant on the Oranjestad Marina boardwalk serves generous cuts of pork chops and lobster tails.

I toured the Aruba Aloe Factory, which offered a fascinating history behind one of Aruba's most popular exports.

Another highlight of my off-resort adventures was exploring Aruba's desert on a utility vehicle. Arranged through De Palm Tours, my half-day excursion included a guided off-road tour of Arikok National Park with stops at Blackstone Beach, the Ayo Rock Formation and the California Lighthouse. 

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Killexams : Aruba orchestrator could be attacked via web interface

Aruba has fixed a number of critical vulnerabilities affecting multiple versions of its EdgeConnect Enterprise Orchestrator software.

Affected products include the on-premises, as-a-service, service provider, and global enterprise tenant versions of the software, in version and below; and below; and and below, as well as older branches not listed here.

The software’s web-based management interface has an authentication bypass. Discovered by Daniel Jensen and reported to the company’s bug bounty program, there are two critical-rated CVEs, both of which are yet to be detailed: CVE-2022-37913 and CVE-2022-37914.

Successful exploitation “could allow an attacker to gain administrative privileges leading to complete compromise of the Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise Orchestrator host”, the company said

Jensen also found a fault that allowed an unauthenticated attacker to “run arbitrary commands” against the web-based management interface’s underlying host, CVE-2022-37915 (also yet to be explained in more detail).

Also rated critical, this vulnerability affects Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise Orchestrator (on-premises), 9.1.x branch only; and “any 9.1.x Orchestrator instantiated as a new machine with a release prior to

Patched versions are available for software customers run for themselves; people using the orchestrator software-as-a-service will be upgraded; while service providers are advised they must upgrade all tenants.

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Killexams : Round-trip flights to Aruba for as low as $290

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Winter is the peak time to visit the sunny island of Aruba. However, airfare and hotels can be expensive as tourists fly to the island to get away from the dreary cold weather of winter.

With this deal, though, you can visit Aruba during the island’s peak tourist season without shelling out a ton of money on airfare — round-trip flights to Aruba are as low as $290 from November to January.


Fly to the Dutch island’s capital, Oranjestad, and bask on the golden-sand beaches or ride a double-decker red trolley through the city’s streets. A winter trip to Aruba is the perfect escape.

Multiple airlines are offering these low fares and you can fly to the island’s capital from a range of U.S. cities.

Related: How I booked a penthouse suite at Aruba’s newest hotel using points

Deal basics

Airlines: American Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Copa Airlines.

Routes: New York, Newark, Austin, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Orlando, San Francisco and other cities have discounted routes to Aruba.

How to book: Use Google Flights to determine your ideal dates, then book directly on the airline’s website.

Travel dates: Generally from November 2022 to January 2023.

Book by: Within the next three days.

Thanks to Scott’s Cheap Flights for finding this deal. Sign up for the site’s Premium membership, which comes with a 14-day free trial and costs $49 a year for discounts of up to 90%. Elite membership offers subscribers access to premium economy, business-class and first-class deals.

Sample flights

A few routes may require you to book round-trip tickets with two different airlines in order to pay the lowest possible fares. This may not be the most convenient option, but flight tickets are discounted by as much as 47% with this deal.

Here are a few flights that stood out:

  • JetBlue: Departs from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), starting at $290.
  • Delta: Departs from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), starting at $309 (includes a layover).
  • American: Departs from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), starting at $313 (includes a layover).
  • American and Copa: Departs from Orlando International Airport (MCO), starting at $321 (includes a layover).
  • JetBlue: Departs from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), starting at $330.
  • American: Departs from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), starting at $331 (includes a layover).
  • American: Departs from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), starting at $335 (includes a layover).
  • American: Departs from LaGuardia Airport (LGA), starting at $342 (includes a layover).
  • Delta: Departs from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), starting at $355 (includes a layover).

We recommend searching through Google Flights for your best available dates first and then booking tickets directly with the airline because carriers are more dependable if your flight has a delay, cancellation or booking change.

The majority of routes in this deal have layovers. The only ones that don’t are flights departing from Newark and JFK. A JetBlue Dec. 12 flight departing from JFK has two times that keep fares at $290. One flight leaves New York City at 7 a.m. and the other at 8:20 a.m.


A return flight priced at $290 leaves Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) at 1:45 p.m. on Dec. 19.


Keep in mind that these basic economy fares have some restrictions. JetBlue’s basic economy does not allow passengers to bring carry-ons or to change or cancel flights.


JetBlue’s Blue Basic fare also tacks on additional fees for seat selection and checked baggage. The first checked bag costs $30 and JetBlue lets you check up to two bags for each flight.


The cheapest seats are $9 middle ones toward the back of the plane, whereas the most expensive seats cost $89 and have more legroom.


You can also pay an extra $15 for priority check-in, which is only available en route to AUA from JFK. If you plan to travel with your pet, it will cost an extra $125 to bring them on the flight. Dogs and cats are allowed as long as they weigh 20 pounds or less.


Maximize your purchase

When booking your flights, be sure to use a card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, like The Platinum Card® from American Express (5 points per dollar on airfare booked directly with the airline or through American Express Travel, on up to $500,000 on these purchases per calendar year), Citi Prestige® Card (5 points per dollar on airfare), Citi Premier® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve (3 points per dollar on airfare), American Express® Gold Card (3 points per dollar on airfare when booked directly with the airline or through Amex Travel) or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2 points per dollar on travel). Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

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Bottom line

This deal is definitely worth booking if you want to escape chilly fall and winter temperatures in favor of an island getaway.

Even though select routes may require you to book your round-trip tickets through two different airlines, the fares in this deal are significantly discounted.

It’s worth noting that these discounted fares are for basic economy, which tends to have more restrictions and fees compared to other airfare classes.

However, if you’re traveling on a budget and are OK with a basic economy fare, then plan your trip to Aruba as soon as possible.

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And when you do spend on dining, you should use a credit card that will maximize your rewards and potentially even score special discounts. Thanks to temporary card bonuses and changes due to coronavirus, you may even be able to score a meal at your favorite restaurant for free. 

These are the best credit cards for dining out, taking out, and ordering in to maximize every meal purchase.


Editorial Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airlines or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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Killexams : Pup's Welcome: Aruba Invites Pet Parents and their Dogs to Experience The Aruba Effect with 'Have Dog, Will Travel'

ORANJESTAD, Aruba, Sept. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate National Dog Week (September 19 through September 24), Aruba is launching Have Dog, Will Travel and collaborating with two pet-centered companies, Wag! and Avvinue. Have Dog, Will Travel spotlights dog-friendly hotel deals which aim to extend The Aruba Effect, a state of being that visitors experience on the One happy island, to pet owners and their four-legged best friends.

Have Dog, Will Travel

Starting today through October 20, 2022 travelers will be able to take advantage of Aruba's dog-inclusive experiences more than ever. By working with Wag!, the number #1 platform connecting pet owners with both on-demand and scheduled pet care services, and with Avvinue, an online pet travel startup that helps travelers discover pet-friendly destinations by providing professional assistance with booking flights and pet reservations, Aruba is offering visitors discounted expert pet travel assistance for the first time.

"Aruba is a destination that not only allows you to bring your dog but welcomes them with open arms," said Ronella Croes, CEO of the Aruba Tourism Authority. "Through this promotion, we aim to help pet-owners enjoy an idyllic experience on the One happy island, whether they are planning to bring their companion or safely board them while they travel."

Visitors who book their pet-friendly travel through Avvinue and enter the promo code "ARUBA'' at checkout will receive a $25 discount on an upcoming flight for themselves and their dog. Meanwhile, travelers who prefer to leave their dogs at home can sign up for one month free of Wag! Premium through this promotion and enjoy a 10% discount on any service booked through Wag!, which includes boarding and sitting services, as well as access to top-rated pet caregivers, free 24/7 chat with credentialed veterinary professionals, and more.

Aruba is home to several pet-friendly hotels visitors can choose from:

  • Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort Aruba extends their AAA Three Diamond hospitality to even the furriest of guests, welcoming them with tasty treats and a water bowl upon arrival. For just $10 a day, visitors and their dogs of any size are encouraged to enjoy their paradise vacation.
  • Bucut & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba welcomes dogs up to 20lbs to stay at the adult-only hotel, where their personal concierge will be extended to their canine companion who can provide dog-friendly recommendations and resources. The additional rate for an accompanying dog is $15/night in the Bucuti Wing and $20/night in the Tara Wing.
  • Courtyard by Marriott Aruba Resort ensures vacationers and their furry companions will have a truly memorable getaway with its ideal location on Palm Beach. As part of the Have Dog, Will Travel promotion, vacationers who stay for 4 nights or more with their furry friends will receive 15% off their total. Travel must be valid through November 6, 2022. Pets must weigh no more than 20lbs and travelers are subject to a $150 cleaning fee.
  • Hyatt Place Aruba Airport provides travelers and their four-legged friends with quick access to Aruba's top attractions and spacious guest rooms to unwind and relax at the end of the day. Travelers bringing their dog are subject to a $75 fee for stays up to 6 nights. For additional information, visit
  • Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino offers travelers and their four-legged friends a welcome letter, biscuit, comfy dog bed, and food + water bowls upon arrival. For a $150 fee for up to 7 nights, owners can enjoy the added bonus of a hands-on concierge that provides recommendations such as nearby walking routes, other pet-friendly establishments and more. For additional information, visit
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba offers pet-friendly amenities designed to create an ultimate luxury experience for pets and their owners, including mini pet cabanas, gourmet pet food options on the room service menu and restaurant, and non-motorized water activities.

To learn more about Have Dog, Will Travel visit For further information on planning a trip with your furry best friend, visit Aruba's dedicated pet travel page.

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I would add here #TheArubaEffect as well.

About Aruba

As one of the most revisited Caribbean destinations, Aruba – One happy island – offers breathtaking beaches, diverse culinary delights, a sprawling and unforgettable Arikok National Park, and award-winning hotels and villas. A leader in innovation, the country was awarded a top spot on Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2020 list due to their ambitious sustainability efforts. In today's ever-changing world, Aruba's 'Health and Happiness Code' safety protocols provide peace of mind, while still delivering a relaxing on-island experience. Located outside the hurricane belt, explore all Aruba has to offer, from romantic beach getaways, unique wellness experiences and more, on

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Small and unpretentious, the BoardWalk is for those who want to blend in with local life rather than sip cocktails from a waterfall-filled pool at a swim-up bar.

The hotel is a short walk from the beach but boasts its own pool where guests can take a dip. They can also lounge by the pool or in hammocks strung up between palm trees, and the hotel has a few lounge chairs on Palm Beach for guests. In a popular move for nomadic corporate types, the hotel built palapa...

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Killexams : HPE (Aruba) Named an SD-WAN Magic Quadrant Leader 5 Years in a Row

By Jeff Olson, Director of SD-WAN Product and Technical Marketing, at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.

We are honored to share that Gartner® has recognized HPE (Aruba) as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for SD-WAN for the fifth year in a row. HPE (Aruba) is one of only two companies to be named a Leader in the Gartner SD-WAN Magic Quadrant all five years.

In the Magic Quadrant for SD-WAN report, formerly named Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge, Gartner evaluated vendors based on two primary criteria: Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. The report includes a summary of each vendor, as well as an assessment of each vendor’s strengths and cautions.

Get a complimentary copy of the full report.

5 Ways Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN Meets Today’s Challenges

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN can help enterprise IT organizations overcome the challenges of running the business on networks that were never designed for cloud-first, skyrocketing IoT, and escalating security threats.

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN solutions simplify provisioning and operations with a unified SD-WAN fabric across locations of all sizes, delivering significant operational benefits to IT, improved business productivity and agility, reduced business risk, and lower overall WAN costs. When combined with HPE GreenLake for Aruba NaaS, organizations gain flexibility in how to acquire, deploy, and operate EdgeConnect SD-WAN to accelerate digital transformation and meet ever-changing business requirements.

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN solutions transform the WAN and security, with a single, seamlessly integrated solution that creates an advanced SD-WAN and best-of-breed Security Service Edge (SSE) that delivers the capabilities and flexibilities organizations need to support business-critical services today.

With Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN, organizations can:

  1. Accelerate modern network deployments to support new business initiatives.

HPE GreenLake for Aruba provides flexibility on how to acquire, deploy, and operate EdgeConnect SD-WAN to accelerate the transformation of the network to a business-critical service. With Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) unified infrastructure, organizations have market-leading SD-WAN, wireless, and wired connectivity solutions combined with the most flexible acquisition and operations options to match budget and resource constraints. This reduces costs, delivers faster time-to-market, and addresses business needs.

  1. Gain choice and flexibility with a unified SD-WAN fabric.

With sustained hybrid work, IT is challenged to deliver a consistent quality of experience and security policy enforcement to users and IoT devices connecting to enterprise apps and data from anywhere (home, temporary site, kiosk, the road, branch, hub/datacenter) and from any device (phone, tablet, laptop, desktop).

EdgeConnect SD-WAN fabric provides right-sized on-ramps from campus, branch, small office, and ‘branch of one' locations that connect and protect users and data and deliver an in-office experience from anywhere. New Aruba capabilities simplify provisioning and ongoing operations of the WAN fabric, delivers significant operational benefits to IT, improved business productivity and agility, reduced business risk, and lower overall WAN costs.

  1. Move to Zero Trust and at your pace.

With Aruba Zero Trust built-in, enterprise-wide, role-based traffic segmentation is enforced with a built-in next-gen firewall (NGFW). Organizations can deploy a best-of-breed SASE architecture at their own pace to enforce consistent, business-driven security policies for users, access devices, IoT devices, and applications wherever they are located, without compromising network performance or functionality. See Implementing Edge-to-Cloud Security: A Best Practice Guide.

  1. Rely on superior wireless and wired networking.

Aruba has been recognized as a leader in wireless and wired networking by Gartner for 16+ years. Aruba’s best-in-class Wi-Fi 6/6E access points and switches, combined with our cloud-based network management, meet the performance and security needs of campuses, branches, and remote workers.

  1. Be confident with an independent validation of Secure SD-WAN. 

Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise is the first SD-WAN platform to attain ICSA Secure SD-WAN certification, giving enterprises confidence in choosing Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise SD-WAN with built-in NGFW, knowing it has been independently validated using proven objective testing and certification criteria. Aruba EdgeConnect advanced security features eliminate the need for dedicated branch firewalls, without compromising security or connectivity.

Hear What Our Customers Have to Say

We are honored by the recognition from Gartner, but we are humbled by what our customers have to say, with both Aruba EdgeConnectand Aruba SD-WAN earning 4.8 ratings on Gartner Peer Insights, with feedback like this:

"The SD-WAN solution was easy to install and easy to operate. We have been impressed with the solution and the engineers that assisted with the install."
  —Network Engineer, Provider industry (firm size <$50M USD)

“Product is excellent to manage with minimal daily overhead. Deployment was also straightforward with minimal support required to achieve success."
 —Hospital Operations Infrastructure Manager, Provider industry (firm size $3B - $10B USD)

"The EdgeConnect platform is without question the industry leader in terms of flexibility, performance, and providing next-generation SDWAN capabilities."
 —Principal, IT Director, Enterprise Services, miscellaneous industry (firm size $250M – $500M USD)

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Killexams : Aruba Signs MoU with P&O Maritime Logistics to Support Digital Transformation

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with P&O Maritime Logistics, a global provider of maritime solutions in offshore, port services and logistics, to support the company’s digital transformation through network modernization. 

The two companies have a long history of collaboration. P&O Maritime Logistics has deployed cutting edge Wi-Fi technology from Aruba, in addition to campus edge switches and the cloud-based Aruba Central solution, resulting in simplified management of network policies and procedures, reduced operational complexity and improved overall network connectivity and experience. Aruba helped in connecting over 200+ vessels and offices on Aruba Central,  providing a single management view. The company has also leveraged the AI and ML capabilities in Aruba Central to achieve desired business outcomes. 

The MoU was signed at GITEX Global 2022. As a token of Aruba’s commitment to partner with and support P&O Maritime Logistics, the vendor presented an award of appreciation to Mr. Kris Vedat at the signing ceremony. 

Kris Vedat at P&O Maritime Logistics says, “The implementation of Aruba’s industry leading solutions has proved to be a resounding success - delivering on all our expectations. The appeal for us is the vendor’s cloud-based network management solution, which provides Zero-Touch Provisioning. It helps us to cut infrastructure configuration, eliminate manual intervention, and speed up deployment. We save considerable man-hours each week thanks to automation and significantly simpler management, made possible by Aruba Central. We look forward to increased collaboration with the company as our digital transformation plans evolve.”

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