Wake up to sounds of surf and nearby waterfalls at a 4-star Aruba resort -- for $200 less per night than the cost in peak season.
Tuck into the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, which Fodor's notes has the largest guest rooms on the island (400 square feet) for these nightly prices:
For $30-$40 more a night, splurge on an upgrade to a room with partial views of the ocean and pool. This sale also discounts other room types and visits June 1-22.
During the getaway, cool off in the resort's lagoon-style pool with a swim-up bar and waterfalls, or catch Caribbean rays by the swanky adults-only H2Oasis pool. The resort also houses Aruba's largest casino, a spa and six restaurants (including Ruth's Chris Steak House).
Note: The $189 rooms overlook the construction work on an adjacent resort, but travelers still have partial water and garden views. Marriott's amenities and services aren't affected.