Paradise Beach Villas
16 rentals: $114 - $300 per night
6 resales: $1,950 - $11,500
points/credits from $0.001/ea
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With miles of breathtaking powder-white beaches where the year-round warm and dry climate is caressed by a gentle tropical breeze, Aruba offers an atmosphere like no other place.
Paradise Beach Villas is an exclusive hideaway tastefully equipped with all the modern comforts and luxuries of home: spacious suites equipped with central air-conditioning, ceiling fans, cable television, hot tubs, fully-equipped kitchens, living and dining rooms, bedrooms and large balconies with views to Paradise. Join in a game of water volleyball or just soak in the hot tub. Relax on the pool deck and savor a favorite tropical drink from the Tiki Bar. Relax under the swaying palm trees and you will discover a tranquility that can only be enjoyed in this tropical paradise.
In the evenings, enjoy the immense culinary variety of one of the various islands premier restaurants and later, move to the rhythms at nightclubs or colorful tropical shows or try your luck at one of the many Casinos! With so much to offer, this is truly a vacation experience you and your family will enjoy!Paradise Beach Villas
J.E. Yrausquin Blvd. Z/N, POB 4308 Noord
- Babysitting Referral
- Car Rental
- Child Care
- Grocery Store
- Health Club
- Laundry Room
- Maid Service
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Scuba Diving
- Water Skiing
- User: pumpkin
- Posted: Jan 27, 2013
JUST CAME HOME FROM 2 WEEKS AT PARADISE BEACH VILLAS. POOLS HAVE ALL BEEN REFURBISHED AND BUILDINGS NEWLY PAINTED. ALL UNITS ARE BEING COMPLETELY REMODELED. IT IS A WONDERFUL RESORT IN A WONDERFUL LOCATION. 88 UNITS OF HEAVEN.
- User: ignacior
- Posted: Feb 22, 2012
This is a great resort. I've been here for 15 years! Peaceful, nice and pretty. MY family love it ! The beach is right across the street, and the resort have two pools and 2 yacuzzis! .... About the unit: Nice, confortable, I love the color and the decoration. It is clean, and they clean it and change the towels every day! It is a great place to relax !. Enjoy not only the resort, also my favorite and fantastic Island!!!
- User: frankc9
- Posted: May 2, 2010
- Updated: Feb 12, 2012
been coming here for 10 years..have sent people here as well,close to everything without the mad rush of a touristy large hotel eagle beach is beautiful,just updated the interiors,these pix are about 2-plus years old,all new slip covers and curtains/bedding..very clean and a great place keitha 42 is a liar..she/he must work for a competitor..the resort is being and has been updated/painted and etc every year for the past 10 plus I have been there. and My friends who rented my unit( i have 2) loved it and thought it was very clean ,and well maintained. I think keitha42 is a shill,who is paid to lie about places . if he /she wanted a 5 star resort,the idiot could have found plenty for 3-5 times the price at the hotels up the beach,why waste your time on a small timeshare resort. nobody claims it to be any different.
- User: colleenb83
- Posted: Dec 14, 2011
This hotel is close to a great beach and next door to the much more updated La Cabana but very outdated and dirty. Rooms are musty with mold on walls and vents. The pool never seems to be clean but always cloudy. Couldn't pay me to stay there again!
- User: keitha42
- Posted: Mar 16, 2011
I am a travel agent just got back from this resort on march 12th 2011. I had a two bedroom. The resort is not being maintained. The pools need painting, the pump for the pool is broke leaving it dirty, the rooms are outdated,they charge 18 dollars a day for energy cost much higher than other resorts, the beds are hard, in the newer building the outside is just half painted and has been that way for 3 years,they have very small tv's through out like about 22inches and can barely see it from the coach in the living room, the rooms need painting, bathrooms from the 70's, fans are loud, primarely older people that own here.
The pluses, the beach is awesome but across the street from the resort.The are shaded huts about twenty or so with chairs for the resort owners and policed by the resort as some cruisers try to use the chairs. There is a tiki hut serves lunch and breakfast and has 2 for 1 drinks daily if you are a drinker.There is also a new resturant onsite but is pricey .I didnt try either resturaunt as the city is full of great choices to dine. Would i go back here? I would go back if there was no other resorts to choose from as i am use to 5 star resorts that are much better maintained.
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