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Recent Aruba reviews

  • A little piece of paradise.

    "If your tired of the hustle and bustle of all the Big Hotels, here's the solution for you. From the moment we pulled up to the quiet gated villa, we knew we had just arrived at a little piece of paradise. The landscaping was absolutely gorgeous, with large, towering palm trees swaying in the Aruban wind. When we arrived not only we were welcomed by the breathtaking architecture, we were greeted by the property manager himself, Francois. With amiable arms and a gracious smile, he showed us around the place. What we didn't know is that we were about to get a lot more than we bargained for. As we walked through the front door our loss of words seemed to speak for themselves. The high ceilings and abundant windows allowed for plenty of sunlight and fresh air throughout the house. The modern-style kitchen/island opened up to the living room and brought a liveliness to the area. The master bedroom overlooked the pool and guest rooms adding yet another spectacular view to the place. If that weren't enough the whole place was surrounded by wall, giving us a perfectly secluded home-away-from-home. Francois was always there to help out if we needed it, or just a phone call away and made sure our stay was enjoyable. There is no doubt in our minds that we will one day return to Aruba, and for anyone planning on visiting, we fully recommend staying at CasAruba. Best Regards, Cliff W"
    Guest: Cliff W. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014
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  • Family of 4 adults

    "We had a great time in Aruba. The house has everything you need for a wonderful vacation in Aruba .Snorkel gear, boogie boards, beach chairs, cooler bag water shoes in all sizes ,and a bender for your cool refreshing drinks! We enjoyed eating out at the Zeerover restaurant close by the house. We loved Ricardo's on the beach by Mathews . Spendy but well worth every dollar. Happy hour is from 4 to 6 and its buy a drink get a drink , the dirty banana was like having the best milkshake ever. The lamb shops were excellent as well as the coconut scallops. My son loved the fact that you could rent ATV's and ride them on the main roads."
    Guest: Lisa Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 27, 2014
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  • Perfectly describes this housw.

    "This home was exactly as described in the listing. We spent 11 wonderful days here with 6 adults and 2 little kids - age 7 and 9 months. The pool was wonderful to have so when the baby was napping we could be in the yard enjoying the pool and the cactus field behind the house. Convenient location to amenities. Owners were wonderful to deal with. The 7 year old had no problem walking through the field behind the house to the beach. We did rent a car and checked out various beaches."
    Guest: Michael P. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 26, 2014
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  • Amazing!!!!

    "Absolutely Amazing!! The house has great space and was well equipped for our group of 8. Never felt crowded. The house is located in an exclusive gated community with a club house that offers great amenities. Each evening we enjoyed cocktails by the pool and watched the incredible sunset views. Perfect location for a Wedding or Event to remember."
    Guest: Joanie H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 15, 2014
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Aruba Travel Tips

Aruba Beach Rentals Are Just a Few Hours from Miami

Aruba is in the heart of the Caribbean, about 2.5 hours flying time from Miami, Florida. Most of its tourist area is on the southwestern side of this flat island. Aruba beach rentals in this sheltered area are away from the severe ocean currents. These Caribbean resorts are luxurious homes for independent travelers making their ways to the heart of the Caribbean. Visitors to Aruba vacation rentals will find the northern side of the island is virtually uninhabited.

Aruba Beach Rentals for Fabulous Beaches and Great Water Sports

Naturally, visitors choosing Aruba vacation rentals will love the beach life; the island has everything needed for a perfect beach holiday. A wide variety of water sports is on offer a short distance from Aruba beach rentals. It is particularly good for scuba diving; for the keen fisherman, the deep-sea fishing is something to look forward to. It is also worth bringing your golf clubs as the Caribbean resorts are also close to an excellent 18-hole course overlooking the northwest coast.

Aruba Vacation Rentals Are Where Duty-free Shopping Abounds

Apart from some glorious beaches, visitors to Aruba beach rentals should take time to explore the islands culture. The capital, Oranjestad, is spectacular, with its orange-fronted buildings. The color is evidence of the island's ties to the Netherlands. Visitors to Aruba vacation rentals usually make the most of the duty-free shopping. When coming to these Caribbean resorts, it’s worth remembering the bargain-hunting to be had here.

Caribbean Resorts Allow You to See the Flamingoes, Egrets, Herons and More

While visiting Aruba vacation rentals, don’t miss the opportunity to take a trip to the Arikok National Park that covers almost one-fifth of the island. You will find a wide variety of beautiful plants and wildlife, including pretty pink flamingoes. Around Aruba beach rentals, you will find several cave systems where the original inhabitants, the Arawak Indians, left their artwork on the walls. These Caribbean resorts are also close to the Bubali Bird Sanctuary where egrets, herons, gulls and skimmers live side-by-side with the residents and visitors.

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