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Old Thursday, July 2nd, 2009, 11:52 AM
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I Love Aruba Hyatt sunday brunch

HAS ANYONE BEEN TO THE HYATT SUNDAY BRUNCH? WOULD APPRECIATE ANY FEEDBACK, THKS
7 DAYS UNTIL ARUBA.....
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Old Monday, July 6th, 2009, 10:49 PM
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I ate the brunch at the Hyatt about a month ago. The food was very good, there was a lot of variety, and you can eat until you can eat no more. It was worth the money IMO. If you eat late enough you won't have to eat another meal all day. There are numerous meats, fish, pasta, shrimp, oysters, caviar, waffles, pancakes, eggs, and anything else you could want. There is banana's fosters for dessert along with many pastries, ice cream, and cakes. The mimosas will flow as long as you want to sit there. Ask for a table outside to listen to the waterfalls and watch the swans and Koi as you dine. Look all over every corner of the room because the food is spread out. I saw someone come by with shrimp linguini and pizza when I was eating dessert, and I had never even seen the pasta section until I was leaving the restaurant.

Le Dome and Windows on Aruba also have highly acclaimed Sunday Brunches, but I chose Hyatt for their reviews and for the fact that I could walk to it from my resort. When I go back to Aruba I feel sure that I will eat there again unless I decide to try a different brunch for varieties sake.

Here is a video showing the restaurant and items to eat on the brunch buffet:

YouTube - Sunday Brunch, Hyatt, Aruba
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Old Thursday, July 9th, 2009, 06:39 AM
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Do you need reservations for this?
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Old Thursday, July 9th, 2009, 08:47 AM
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Do you need reservations for this?
I made reservation for 12:30 but they emailed me back and said they had availability at 12 or 1 pm. I chose 1 pm because I wanted to have plenty of time to eat, but I also wanted to eat as late as possible to make it my only meal for the day. Reservations are free and can be made online at adventur@hyatt.com .

This their web site. http://aruba.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/...ants/index.jsp

Have fun and enjoy.

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Old Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009, 07:19 AM
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As a matter of interest what do they charge per person for the Hyatt Brunch?.

Here in Dubai we could get an equivalent all you can eat and drink (Alcohol included) for $50.00 per person.
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Old Thursday, August 20th, 2009, 08:17 AM
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As a matter of interest what do they charge per person for the Hyatt Brunch?.
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Here in Dubai we could get an equivalent all you can eat and drink (Alcohol included) for $50.00 per person.


Every time we visit Aruba we go to the Hyatt for the brunch. We like to sit outside. I do not know precise what the cost are. I thought about 70 or 80 florin.

I think it is well worth the money.
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Old Monday, August 31st, 2009, 07:48 AM
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Every time we visit Aruba we go to the Hyatt for the brunch. We like to sit outside. I do not know precise what the cost are. I thought about 70 or 80 florin.

I think it is well worth the money.
We agree with Sunseeker (except for the sitting outside part...just too warm for us at midday).
We went yesterday for this decadent only-meal-of-the-day brunch that has become an Aruba tradition for us and enjoyed it just as much as we always do. The constantly refilled mimosa glasses ("please hold the oj") may have something to do with it. The cost was approximately $39 pp and, as Sunseeker said, seems well worth it. Oysters and lox and caviar, oh my!
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