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Boardwalk Small Hotel loves bloggers & vloggers

Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba has hosted dozens of travel and lifestyle bloggers and vloggers and looks forward to welcome many more.

Are you a blogger, vlogger, social media influencer (facebook, instagram, twitter, youtube) or passionate travel journalist looking for unique experiences, make sure to email your request to info@boardwalkaruba.com. To speed up the process let us know at least:

- your platform(s) with links and views/likes/page visits/followers
- your audience
- your main goal / focus /interest for the trip / blog / article
- number of rooms and number of nights needed for your stay
- preferred travel dates
- your deliverables / exposure offerings for Boardwalk Small Hotel
- your contact info where we can reach you (pref online)

Bloggers who stayed at Boardwalk Hotel Aruba:

Jennifer of Jenonajetplane.com (MARCH 2017)

"I got the Aruba blues the moment I left! I had a wonderful stay at your hotel, everything was absolutely perfect."
Read Jennifer's blog here: http://jenonajetplane.com/review-boardwalk-small-hotel-aruba/

Nina of AFAR.com (2017)
"Many travelers associated Aruba with mass tourism, all-inclusive resorts and cruise ships. I was determined to uncover the less explored side of the island, and ironically found the perfect base camp for my adventures right in the shadows of Aruba's high rise hotels."

Read Nina's blog here: www.afar.com/places/boardwalk

Tara of whereistara.com (SEPTEMBER 2016)
"So in September I had the amazing opportunity to visit Aruba! I had only previously ever been to Cuba in the Caribbean, so I didn’t really know what to expect. But If you’ve been reading my blog or watching my Youtube Channel then you’ll know that I LOVED it. Part of the reason why I enjoyed myself so much was the gorgeous casita I stayed in during my time there. So, let me tell you all about the Boardwalk Small Hotel."

Read Tara's blog here: http://www.whereistara.com/review-boardwalk-small-hotel-aruba/

Sofie of wonderfulwanderings.com (JULY 2016)
" When you drive along Aruba’s western coastline, you’ll mostly see high rise resorts and other fancy but more anonymous hotels. The Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba is exactly the opposite. The Boardwalk Hotel isn’t one building with many rooms. Instead, it consists of separate fully equipped and air-conditioned apartments and studios or “casitas” that all have their own private patio with barbecue and hammock."

Read Sofie's blog here: wonderfulwanderings.com/boardwalk-hotel-aruba/

Jenna of jennasilver.com (MAY 2016)
"What I absolutely LOVE about Aruba, is that there are always new things to explore. Last weekend I stumbled upon this breathtaking, historical gem close to Hadicurari beach. In this post I’ll be giving you a peek into the good life at Boardwalk hotel Aruba!"

Read Jenna's blog here: http://www.jennasilver.com/2016/05/02/boardwalk-hotel-aruba/

Anne de Buck of Yourlittleblackbook.me (AUGUST 2015)
"Hier wil je logeren op Aruba: ontdek het Board Walk Small Hotel. Zoals jullie weten zijn we gek op boetiekhotels– en resorts. Kleinschalige hotels met een eigen karakter wat ze uniek maakt. Het Boardwalk Small Hotel op Aruba is hét adres voor iedereen die graag naar dit mooie eiland wil, maar niet in een resort met honderden kamers wil logeren. Je vindt dit hotel in de wijk Noord. Op loopafstand van het hotel vind je veel restaurants, winkels en onder andere het populaire Moomba beach".

Read Anne's blog here: http://www.yourlittleblackbook.me/nl/boardwalk-small-hotel-aruba/

Bloggersweekend Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba (SEPTEMBER 2014)

In September 2014 Boardwalk Small Hotel organized a "BloggerWeekend" for international travel bloggers to unveil the best Aruba has to offer.

Boardwalk Hotel hosted a group of 15 international bloggers from the UK, the Netherlands, Sweden, Chile, Canada, USA, Brazil and Colombia. It was the first time ever for an entire hotel in Aruba to close its doors for the purpose of hosting bloggers only.

‘Treasure Boxes’ - Boardwalk's unique in-room guest amenity - were handed to all bloggers, offering a selection of the best hot spots and hidden gems in Aruba for them to enjoy and explore. It gave them a sense of direction to get off the beaten path and explore Aruba from a different viewpoint.

Their blog and videoposts are full of great Aruba tips and recommendations. Their Aruba discoveries and adventures can also be followed on social media via #BWBW2014, #boardwalklife and #discoveraruba. Watch their adventures on video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeVjA5wiEoY

Juan Diego of Quellevar.travel, Colombia (SEPTEMBER 2014)

"El Boardwalk es un hotel pequeño, de acogedoras cabañas llamadas por ellos “Casitas”, con espacios llenos de detalles de buen gusto y una estética caribeña dominada por el color aguamarina y el blanco. En él hay que resaltar el ambiente íntimo diseñado para la tranquilidad de sus huéspedes, aspecto que cautiva en un destino de grandes hoteles y resorts, como éste."
Watch Juan Diego's video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLyarJQjfw8tgZ26s16rm3HapZwMwV439G&v=PLUY4dSxKGQ

Ian of JohnnyJet.com (SEPTEMBER 2014)

All stays at Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba come with what’s called an Aruba Treasure Box, a Boardwalk original. The box—a literal wooden box—will be waiting in your casita upon your arrival stuffed with a selection of Boardwalk-approved local activities, dining options and more. Culled from preferences you’ll have indicated online, it’s just another arm of the effort to inform and see through the best possible Aruban guest experience as more than just idle hosts. Here’s a quick list of some of the treasures we found in Aruba—

Read Ian's blog here: http://www.johnnyjet.com/aruban-hotel-treasure-boardwalk-small-hotel-aruba/#ixzz3LiaY3sH8


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Sylvie interviewed one of Boardwalk Hotel's owners, Stephanie, about her experience moving from Belgium to Aruba and running a small boutique style hotel on One Happy Island Aruba. The article is in Dutch. For full article click here.

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