Aruba’s nickname is “One Happy Island” and its locals surely live up to that moniker. Arubans are known over the Caribbean for their warm, friendly and welcoming demeanor. Other major draws for this desert island include sunny weather, white-sand beaches and delicious international cuisine. Additionally, the clear waters provide the perfect backdrop for snorkeling and diving, while windsurfing and parasailing are also very popular activities. And despite the tragic and unsolved disappearance of an American tourist in 2005, Aruba remains one of the safest islands in the Caribbean. One last consideration in planning an Aruba trip is that this Dutch island is outside the hurricane belt, which means a lesser likelihood of encountering a seasonal natural disaster.
Inside our Aruba luxury vacation rentals, you’ll find all of the amenities you expect from properties of this high caliber. Whatever the size of your party, we can readily accommodate you in one of our luxury vacation homes on Aruba. Our villas range in size from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 2 baths for a party of 4 all the way to a family-sized property of 5-bedrooms and 5 baths, accommodating up to 10. Exterior amenities include bold views of the sea, easy beach access, private pools and hot tubs under a gazebo, expansive patios with the finest of hardwood seating, summer kitchens and al fresco dining. Inside our Aruba luxury vacation properties, you can expect the craftsmanship of local artisans, utilizing local materials, as well as amenities like oversized living rooms with vaulted ceilings and local artwork, fully equipped gourmet kitchens, truly palatial master suites, with separate seatings area and private verandas. Master baths are a balm for the senses, with dual vanities, large Jacuzzi tubs and separate oversized walk-in showers.
Of course, the beaches are the main attraction on the island of Aruba. With their powdery white sand, they are considered some of the cleanest in the Caribbean. Some of the most popular beaches include Eagle Beach, Palm Beach and Baby Beach. If you’re interested in exploring some of the local sights and history, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. Aruba’s oldest building is Fort Zoutman, built in 1796. Originally, it was built as protection against enemies and pirates. Visit a piece of Aruba’s Dutch heritage at The Old Mill. Built in 1804 in The Netherlands, this windmill was laboriously taken apart, shipped to Aruba and reconstructed in 1960. Currently, The Old Mill houses a restaurant.
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