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Looking to rent a villa in Aruba?
When you start looking at accommodations, you'll find that the Aruba villas are spacious, private, and elegant. The villas can accommodate larger groups of people traveling together whether it's a group of friends or extended families. There are wonderful social areas throughout the villas, and residents can enjoy their privacy in the expansive bedroom suites—many with their own private verandas. Villas offer many of the same amenities as the large hotels. Maid service and grounds keepers are on staff, and cooks are usually available by reservation. If you have questions about villa rentals in Aruba, we will be happy to provide answers.
What's special about Aruba?
Aruba is a 20-mile long island off the northern coast of South America and a beach and sand lover's paradise offering visitors two very different worlds to explore—a rocky shoreline dotted with natural bridges, caves, and crashing surfs on one side of the island, and smooth white sands and placid waters of the Caribbean on the other.
Modern day Aruba is the product of a diverse culture and heritage shaped by the South American Caquetio Indians (of the Arawak tribe), the Spanish, and the Dutch. Today, over 80 nationalities are represented in Aruba. The primary languages spoken here are Dutch, Papiamento (the native language), English, and Spanish.
Accommodations on Aruba are among the best in the Caribbean. Private villa rentals are secluded, elegant, and, in most cases, completely self-sustaining. The hotel options range from quite, intimate inns with native charm to large 5-star high-rises with private beaches, exotic spas, gourmet restaurants, and fully-equipped fitness rooms. If you're a gambler, several of the resorts offer full-play casinos on site.
Dining is just part of the adventure when you're visiting a foreign country, and Aruba is no exception. Get away from your hotel or villa once in awhile, and take advantage of the many local eateries that offer native fare and fresh seafood. A number of these establishments are located right on the beach lending an exotic, tropical atmosphere to any meal. These places are especially appealing for an early supper so you can enjoy the Caribbean sunset while you dine.
Regardless of what you're seeking in the way of the perfect hotel or villa vacation, Aruba is going to fill the bill. From wind surfing to parasailing, from scuba diving to mountain climbing, from spelunking to napping on the beach…Aruba is calling.