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Aruba Wheelchair Accessible Townhome Rentals(4)

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$225 - $400
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  • 3 BR,
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Recent Aruba Reviews

A Quiet Gem

5 of 5
If big hotel zones, crowded beaches and pools, and lots of costly cab rides and restaurant meals are not your idea of a heavenly vacation, then you'll love this condo, as we did. THE UNIT: Very modern, clean and comfy, with a kitchen for those who love to make their own healthy, wonderful meals. Read the listings - everything is accurate. It also has a small laundry room with a washer. The whole place is lovely and well maintained. While there is no Office, per se, the concierge is always available by cell phone or in person overseeing the units and grounds throughout the day. The owner keeps in contact by email and is always accessible. They are very kind, attentive and helpful. If you know even a little Spanish, it's all the more easy and fun. It's all gated, so you'll need your key to leave and return. LOCATION: You are just about a block and a half from the beach. And it is astounding: a wide-open section of Eagle Beach between nice, quiet timeshare properties. Even in high season, we had so much space on the sand and in the surf! The timeshares have palapas (shade stands) which are public. You can use your unit's beach chairs under them, but just not the timeshares' furniture. On the main street, you can walk to nice, reasonable restaurants and handy shops in either direction. GETTING AROUND: We took a cab from the airport to the property ($25-30 for 4 people and lots of bags). The cabbie was very informative about the island and its ways. We soon rented a car because we needed supplies from the big grocery stores (making 3 meals almost each day, plus Balashi beer for the guys), and we wanted to explore the island throughout our stay. It was worth it and we'd do that again. The concierge can help you rent a vehicle, or go to La Quinta's office a short walk away. WE LOVED: The unit and grounds and pool area, renting gear next door at AquaWindys and driving up to Malmok & Arashi Beaches for awesome snorkeling, going up to the lighthouse and checking out the wild side of the island, walking over to the Costa Linda for awesome half-price happy hour and early bird specials--right on the beach. La Quinta's outdoor bar was fun too. WON'T DO NEXT TIME: Shopping or driving downtown when cruise ships are in, exploring the high-rise hotel complexes and restaurants (interesting, but too crazy for us), or visiting the Balashi Brewery and Baby Beach (disappointing for such a long drive). THANK YOU ENZO, CYBIL, DIRIMA AND CREW!
  • Submitted: Jan 26, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015

Wonderful Experience on my favorite Island !

5 of 5
We went in August with family and friends to celebrate my 50th birthday. We split our stay between Jake's property at Tierra Del Sol and then went over to Gold Coast. Both places are wonderful. We did experience an air conditioning problem at Tierra Del Sol but Jake was right on top of things. He had a maintenance man there within an hour. In the meantime, he offered up the Gold Coast for us. Amazing customer service ! We loved the layout of the townhouse. It was open, big and beautiful. It was nice to have the two pools to choose from. Kids like to be able to walk across the street for a quick dip. It's a very quiet, private area. You don't have the hustle and bustle of the hotel area (which we prefer). We always rent a car while on the island. There are too many good places to go to ! Without a doubt I will rent from Jake again. He truly honors his commitment to satisfaction !
  • Submitted: Jan 5, 2015
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

Wonderful home on the happy island

5 of 5
We had a great stay at this comfortable and well-equipped home. The home is just as advertised, and the amenities are top-tier. The kitchen is perfect for making meals at home, and the beds are very comfortable. There is a nice pool just a few steps away from the home, and there is good security (the guards make rounds regularly). We really enjoyed eating outside on the front patio (seating for 4). But for our family, the location is what made this an ideal rental - it is close to many restaurants (nearby Barneys is great for burgers), the two main tourist malls and many fabulous beaches. Our ability to visit different beaches was based on having a rental car - which I would highly recommend for getting groceries and visiting other parts of the island. We made use of the beach chairs that Tom and Karen provided, and there are ample beach towels on site. The local management company, Aruba Happy Rentals, gave us a warm welcome. They were also extremely responsive when we had a minor issue with one of the air conditioners - it was fixed the very next day after we reported it. The owner, Tom, is prompt with correspondence and most helpful as well. So, this place gets a 5-star review from us, both in terms of facilities and for excellent service.
  • Submitted: Jan 4, 2015
  • Stayed: Dec 2014