When Aruba is calling, heed the call and fly down to enjoy a week or two of well-deserved R & R. The island may be small, but there are plenty of things to do here. Activities galore and many companies that offer jeep tours, island adventure tours, bus tours, Harley Davidson tours, horseback riding tours, mountain biking tours or sailing trips with stops for snorkeling. Or you can visit the ostrich farm or the butterfly farm. But we admit: if you have elected to stay at a vacation home, part of the fun of being on Aruba is enjoying the house which you have rented.
This villa is tastefully furnished, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a wonderful pool and a stylish living room and dining area. The district where it is located is called Rooi Santo, an upscale neighborhood close enough to the hustle and bustle of the hi-rise strip, yet far enough away to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and the sounds of nature. Enjoy the Aruban cunucu, the countryside, take a stroll in your neighborhood and try and remember the names of the different cacti that grow in profusion all over the island.
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|High season||16th December - 19th December 6th January - 25th April||$2200|
|Top season||20th December - 5th January||$3500|
|Mid season||26th April - 30th June||$1800|
|Summer season||1st July - 31st August||$2000|
|Low season||1th September - 15th December||$1600|
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1 King size bed, 1 queen size bed and 2 single beds
I just wanted to let you know that we had a great time in Aruba and really enjoyed our stay at ArubaParadiseVilla. We were very pleased to learn that all the beautiful pictures posted were true representation of the Villa itself. We were quite happy about the location of the Villa, not only is it situated on a quite neighborhood, it is also close to all the beautiful beaches and a short ride to the airport and the downtown area. The Villa provided all the needed amenities (if not more) during our stay. We appreciate all the new, nice and comfortable furniture. The newly installed shutters allowed us to completely decompress and sleep peacefully until late morning hours when rest was needed. The outdoor living area and the beautiful pool was a great bonding space for our group. We only wished we had more time to spend by the pool and lounge on the pool chairs. We went to a local fisherman's hut one day and purchased some fresh fish and we were able to use your kitchen and the new grill to make a few delicious meals. We also appreciate the smooth and easy transaction of booking ArubaParadiseVilla. Everyone involved in the process (Peter,Matthew and Anna) has always been helpful. You all were able to provide answers to our questions in the expected timely manner. Overall, we would definitely recommend staying at your villa to our families and friends and would stay here again if we come back in the future.
We had a great week, staying at Aruba Paradise Villa. The house felt like a home, and the service, provided by the propertymanager, was excellent. We will definitely return here when visiting Aruba again!
We stayed at the Aruba Paradise Villa this December 2011. It was truly a paradise. We enjoyed being away from the hustle and noise of Eagle Beach and Palm Beach but the villa is a short drive away to both beaches. The house has beautiful furniture which is very comfortable, two bedrooms with king size beds and one with twin beds. The kitchen is fully stocked all you need to bring is the food. Outside there is a wonderful shaded porch for those of us who are sun sensitive. If you are addicted to your internet toys the wifi works outside on the patio by the pool. The house has flat screen tv's in every bedroom plus the living room. There is also a phone for free local calls. The neighborhood is quite safe and we enjoyed having complete privacy to use the pool. All you really need to bring are a couple of bathing suits, some shorts and perhaps a pair of slacks. There is a washer/dryer in the unit but we never had to use it since the house provides plentiful beach towels and beach chairs along with wonderful regular towels. We have to say everything was top quality in this home and we loved it so much we are going back next year. We highly recommend this house if you are looking for a quiet place to stay, where you can easily get to everything in Aruba, but want to be away from the noise and crowds. It is great for couples and families. We did eat breakfast at the house, made lunches for the beach and some dinners as well. The prices in Aruba to eat out at most restaurants are quite high so keep this in mind as well - though the Paradise Villa may cost more than a moderate hotel the cost of meals will add up so quickly that in the long run it will be less expensive to stay at the villa. Matthew the caretaker is terrific and he will direct you to the house as well as where to shop for food. You will need a rental car but I think most people would want one anyway since there is so much to explore on the island. There is a beautiful national park and plenty of different places to go other than where the tourists stay which is mainly the Palm Beach and Eagle Beach areas. We loved our stay in paradise.
We had an excellent vacation and enjoyed every minute of it. One of the reasons why we are so satisfied with everything was the villa. It was everything we hoped for. Mostly we appreciated the stylishly furnished living room, pool of course and the terrace. We enjoyed the large bed- and bathrooms and the air condition was a must as the weather was so hot outside. Kitchen was very well equipped.The TV didn't work at first, but Matthew took care of it immediately. We really appreciated Matthew's way of taking care of us, he was always available and extremely helpful. He has a great sense of humor too, so please send our best to him.There were a few minor things that could be improved on: We could of used a few extra blankets on the beds and it would have been nice to have adapters for European visitors as we have different electrical system here.Otherwise, I can just say that you have a really beautiful villa which we'd love to rent again if we come back to Aruba, which we hopefully do!
This villa was beautiful and we enjoyed it very much. We have rented a number of villas over the years in Aruba, the Bahamas and Hawaii and this rental was the easiest and most professionally handled of any of them. We enjoyed working with Elisa, she did a terrific job representing your firm Aruba Villa Vacation Homes and the owner. Thanks again, Mike and family.
Hi Anne & Mathew. Many thanks for the mail and apologies for the delay in coming back. I had shut down the pc and had probs with my mobile getting mails. Re the vacation we had the best time of our lives and at over 60 that shows how great it was. We would like to thank you both and your team for the fabulous support you gave Wil and I from our first enquiry right through to our final day. So thank you so much and rest assured we will be back again hopefully very soon. Warmest Regards to you all. Peter and Wil.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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