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    Question on Lacabana

    Good Morning all,
    I have a question regarding Lacabana rooms(I figured Andrea may be able to help me out with this one). What is the difference between a one bedroom and a one bedroom deluxe? Their website is a little fuzzy on this. I'll be staying in unit 407C. Thanks for your help!

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    1 bedroom deluxe is a 1 bedroom unit with 2 bathrooms and the bedroom is a bit larger than the typical 1 bedroom unit.



    our first unit we bought at lacabana yrs ago was a 1 bedroom deluxe.

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    i had forgotten about the bed in the living room.
    it has a pullout sofa and a regular bed (queen i think)

    from lacabana's site
    http://www.lacabanabrc.com

    (the deluxe units sleep 6)

    The One Bedroom Deluxe Suite has a Thursday or Friday check-in. These rooms may have a garden or a partial ocean view if on the 3rd or 4th floor. This unit features:

    Sitting area with comfortable sofa (opening into a queen bed), arm chair, coffee table and armoire
    Sleeping accommodations for six with a sofa bed and Murphy bed in the living room and a king-sized bed in the bedroom that has its own bathroom. The bedroom also has a night table (with clock radio), lamps and dresser, and its own bathroom. With plush pillows, dreamy mattress and cozy bedding, you won't want to get out of bed!
    Kitchen/dining area with granite-top counter/dining table, seating for four, and generous cabinets made of locally-made hardwood.
    The fully-equipped galley kitchen has everything you need for your stay and more! New appliances consist of dishwasher, micro/convection oven, 4-burner stove top, mid-size refrigerator with full width freezer, coffee-maker, toaster and blender. The stainless steel sink is equipped with a garbage disposal. The kitchen is thoughtfully stocked with kitchen items include cutting board, cookware, dinnerware, cutlery, glassware, silverware, cooking utensils, cutting board, tea kettle, ice bucket, kitchen towels and potholders.

    The large wall-mounted flat screen TV is perfectly placed for viewing from all areas.

    Local art depicting Aruba's nature, culture and history complement the warm earth tones of the ceramic tiled floors, granite tops, and upholstery and draperies patterned in tropical motifs.

    The One Bedroom Deluxe Suite also features a separate utility/storage area with iron and ironing board, suitcase valet, safe deposit box, broom and dustpan and additional closet space (rod and shelves).

    The bathroom is fitted with a granite-top sink vanity; the large tiled stall shower with seating ledge or teak bench, handrail and powerful water jets affords a spa quality and bath safety. Dispensers for soap, shampoo and shower gel are wall-mounted for your convenience, as is the hairdryer.

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    Thanks for your help Andrea!


    Quote Originally Posted by Pattyt View Post
    Good Morning all,
    I have a question regarding Lacabana rooms(I figured Andrea may be able to help me out with this one). What is the difference between a one bedroom and a one bedroom deluxe? Their website is a little fuzzy on this. I'll be staying in unit 407C. Thanks for your help!

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    u are most welcome

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