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Vacation rentals in Aruba

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Brand New ! Palm Beach Aruba Townhouse
Entire townhouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Brand New ! Palm Beach Aruba TownhouseBrand new Luxurious Townhouse , located in a safe private residence . 15 min away from airport( $29 by Taxi ) We are 3 min away from the world famous Palm Beach and Eagle Beach . We offer cars to our guests at $30 a day Currently number 1 on airbnb Aruba with our other Townhouses , this is our latest addition !!
Spectacular Beach Front View
Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Spectacular Beach Front ViewThis is a 5 star hotel look unit with the most spectacular beach view. It has a huge glass sliding door that leaves you breathless after seeing what you will wake up to everyday. Staying in this unit will give you the ultimate island living. Explore the wonders of Aruba, staying right on the most preserved beach in Aruba. Our lovely apartment gives you the true Caribbean experience. waking up to the ocean washing up on the rocks just waiting for you to plunch in and start your adventure.
ARUBA LAGUNITA~APTO2~5min walk to Palm Beach
Entire rental unit · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
ARUBA LAGUNITA~APTO2~5min walk to Palm BeachEscape to our Mediterranean villa, located 5 minutes walk from the white sands of Palm Beach, close to the supermarket, restaurants and bars and shops. Stay in apartments with elegance and simplicity of the Mediterranean style with the best comfort of a Caribbean house. Relax in the pool and enjoy the garden fresh atmosphere for a perfect vacations.

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Popular amenities for Aruba vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Beach Front Honeymoon
$107 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
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Tibushi Gardens, 1 Bedr. Apt with Pool
$95 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
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Sunset Lovers apartment 1
$100 per night
  1. Hotel room
  2. Noord
Dreamy Bedroom in Aruba!
$82 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Noord
New apartment full Kitchen-Pool Walk to palm Beach
$99 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sero Cristal
Unique experience in the nature of Aruba #5
$86 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Oranjestad-West
NEW Modern Summer Studio 11 w/ KING BED & BALCONY
$45 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Savaneta
Sunset Paradise Beach house - Studio Starfish
$149 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. Oranjestad
Appartement Aruba at - Papaya 7
$42 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Oranjestad
Kamerlingh Villa - Private Room 3-B
$27 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Oranjestad
✮Modern Studio Condo, infinity pool & ocean view
$128 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sero Corobori
Unique experience in the nature of Aruba #1
$85 per night

Your guide to Aruba

Welcome to Aruba

Aruba has all the earmarks of a Caribbean paradise: startlingly blue waters, white-sand beaches, and gentle breezes. But there are surprises, too. Rather than the waving palm trees that may come to mind when imagining a tropical island, Aruba’s landscape is arid and desert-like. This captivating volcanic landscape is dotted with cacti, scrub, and sculptural divi-divi trees, whose sinewy trunks are carved by the winds. It’s a beautiful and wild place, with clusters of civilization contrasted by a rugged and undeveloped side.

Aruba is a constituent country of the Netherlands, and its small but lively capital city, Oranjestad, contains colorful Dutch Colonial buildings. Beguiling beaches and fine dining can be found here, but also adventure. Snorkeling, windsurfing, and diving are popular pastimes. Aruba is considered a prime spot for exploring the ocean, and divers come here to see such fascinating shipwrecks as the SS Antilla, a German ship that was scuttled in 1940 and is one of the largest wrecks in the Caribbean. If you’re traveling with cash, note that although the island currency is the Aruban florin, you don’t need to exchange U.S. dollars here. American currency is widely accepted in Aruba, although you may receive change in florins.

How do I get around Aruba?

Fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA), located in Oranjestad. Once on the ground, there are public transportation, taxi, and rental car options. A rental car can be a great way to see the island, especially if you plan to visit its more rugged side, but it’s not required. The public Arubus travels between downtown Oranjestad and major attractions: you can purchase day passes or pay a single fare. Taxis do not have meters, so inquire about fares up front. Bikes, motorcycles, and scooters are also popular transportation modes, and you can rent them on the island.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Aruba?

There really isn’t a bad time to go to Aruba. With some of the lowest rainfall of any of the Caribbean islands, and reliably warm and sunny weather, it’s a balmy paradise year round. The accommodating weather means there’s a steady lineup of outdoor entertainment. The Aruba Soul Beach Music Festival, on Labor Day weekend, brings a lineup of musicians, comedians, and beach fetes, and in the fall visitors arrive for the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival, one of the island’s largest events. But the marquee festival is Carnival, which takes up the whole month of February with revelry, musical performances, and parades featuring people in wonderfully elaborate costumes.

What are the top things to do in Aruba?

Arikok National Wildlife Park

This windswept, picturesque park unfurls over nearly 20 percent of the island’s landscape. Marked by dramatic volcanic outcroppings, visitors flock here to bathe in the Natural Pool, a gorgeous ring of rock that forms a protected patch of ocean water, and to explore the Fontein Cave, an impressive network of limestone rock formations.

California Lighthouse

This stately white lighthouse, perched on the western tip of the island, provides breathtaking 360-degree views of Aruba. It's worth climbing the stairs to the top of this more than 100-year-old landmark, especially for an unparalleled view of the setting sun.

Ayo and Casibari Rock Formations

These two clusters of massive boulders delight visitors and confuse scientists, who aren’t sure how they came to be piled together in this way. Clamber over the bulbous Casibari, which rest inside a complex with a restaurant, and then head over to the nearby Ayo formations, which are decorated with ancient rock drawings.