>>1391694>should i go to Aruba, Hawaii, Florida, or Las Vegas?
One of these things is not like the other...Vegas is for people who want to dress up a lil, gather with friends, wine and dine at a celebrity-chef owned favorites just to say they did, ie steak/burger stuff usually, and reserve to see a different broadway level show or act each day. Some hotel themes are draws for people. It can be $$$ as Manhattan at Christmas when done right. There's a couple of day trip ideas, but it aint much.
Aruba vs Hawaii vs Florida is indeed about the bathing suit + sun pool/resort/beach experiences for sure, but there are some differences in climate here, not to mention hassle/airfare.
Aruba has some european style cute island architecture, but it's an "arid" climate, basically an island that has pretty beaches, but no lush nature, with very little no rainfall. With its proximity to S. America, you don't just get Dutch influenced cuisine, but some spanish and portugese dishes thrown in there. Probably want a rental car here and to be a diver, and a gambler.
Hawaii vs Florida is a huge cost difference, and you won't feel like you visited either right without moving around the state or you could just stay in Miami. Hawaii requires one island hop, but there's mountains and rainforest as well as beaches. S. Florida has really beautiful plantlife, and the food of Miami is more Caribbean and s. american, which is like one stop shopping for a lot of cultures at once.