|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Special for stay in June 2014: US$ 1250,- per week
Beautiful, private flowering gardens, front and back. Relax by the pool surrounded by tropical flowers, listening to the breeze and birds in the palms. Wide veranda around the house. Pool with Brazil-stone deck, lounges, grill, outdoor dining set. High wall provides privacy. 1/2 mile to Palm Beach. Very sociable living room/dining room with recliners, oversize beanbag, and rocker opens to back veranda and pool area. TV with cable and DVD player. Wireless Internet. Well-equipped kitchen includes refrigerator, dishwasher, blender, six-burner stove, coffee-maker, microwave, toaster-oven, etc. First floor master suite with king bed, large bathroom with great walk-in closet and two sinks. Second floor has two spacious bedrooms with king beds, large walk-in closets, and a full bath. Two twin folding beds. Air-conditioning all rooms. Hot water throughout (not standard in Aruba). Bath house with half bath, laundry and outside shower. Cell phone included - minutes available from .25/minute.
About the location: Agave Gardens is in a Palm Beach friendly residential neighborhood with easy access to everything. Palm Beach, restaurants, shopping and groceries are a 1/2 mile walk or less. Boating, snorkel cruises, kite surfing, parasailing, and deep-sea fishing are all available at Palm Beach. There's a list of activities and contact information on the refrigerator.
Arashi Beach and other great beaches and many of Aruba's best-loved restaurants (Gasparito's, Papiamento, Madame Janette) are only a few minutes by car, as are the restaurants and casinos in the high rise district. Oranjestad, the capital, is a five minute drive. There's great shopping, gambling and shows along Main Street and at the malls in the city. Arikok National Park is about nine miles away and is a wonderful day-trip. On a clear day, you can see Venezuela! Kamay is a residential neighborhood in the Palm Beach section of Aruba.
This is a very well-equipped, spacious house, furnished for your comfort. We spend much of our days in the lounges and the hammock in the garden around the pool. For evenings, the living room is very social with four recliners, an oversized beanbag and a rocker.
This is NOT a condo!!! Lush gardens and an 8’ privacy wall provide complete privacy. If you have never enjoyed the freedom and the privacy of a villa, you are in for a treat. (At the risk of being indelicate, yes, it is private enough for skinny dipping.)
Neighbors are friendly; most walk to work in nearby Palm Beach using a short foot path around the bottom of the Salina.
Directions to Agave Gardens: Turn left out of airport toward Oranjestad. In 2.3 km, at the first roundabout, take 2nd right onto 1B (Harbour Area).
Go straight for 2.5 km, through two traffic lights and one roundabout. Then at next traffic light turn right on 2B (Noord).
Go straight on 2B for 4.4 km through two roundabouts and one traffic light. Continue on 2B.
1.2 km past the traffic light (.3 km past the Bridgestone tire store), turn left (first left after Bridgestone).
In .2 km take first right; go to T-intersection; turn left.
27-F is just over a block down on the right. As pictured, the house and surrounding wall are white with light blue trim.
Palm Beach - short walk or drive to best beaches, restaurants, stores and casinos. In a local neighborhood capturing the flavor of Aruba. Quiet street. Very pretty gardens and pool. Very private!
Other Activities: Close to all shopping and recreational activities.
Golf: Easy drive to area golf courses.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Dec 16 2014 - Apr 15 2015
7 night minimum stay
|Final Cleaning||$125 + Tax|
During your stay the use of water and electricity is included for the amount of US$ 150 per week.
The security deposit is US$ 400.
Christmas and New Years week US$ 2250,- per week
Min stay of 2 weeks during December 16 - January 4
Holiday surcharge is applicable for US$ 200,- per week
Christmas Dec 25 & Boxing day Dec 26
News Year's Eve Jan 1
Carnaval Feb 15 2015
Easter April 5 2015
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.