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    Quote Originally Posted by ideastowords View Post
    Thanks Andrea! I would definitely consider a timeshare - great advice. I would assume I would just go directly to the time share website to rent one. Any you would recommend? Thanks again!
    Check Redweek for timeshare rentals too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    I think that you may be looking for a place that is quieter and where you do not have to go out at 4 am to get a palapa.

    How about Paradise Beach Villas and LaQuinta and Costa Linda?

    Also consider Renaissance Ocean Suites downtown?
    There are 1 bedroom units there and you can rent a timeshare or a regular suite.
    (both have small basic kitchenette...note the word "basic")

    Reach out to forum member. Hatteras. She and her husband are there now and can give you ideas of the private island, the lagoon beach etc for the Ocean Suites. It has been a few years since we stayed there.

    Also, next to Pinchos restaurant.........there is a small apartment place.
    We stayed there once a few years ago pre timeshare.
    We were upstairs, 2nd floor and it was a 1 bedroom.
    It was priced reasonably.
    It is on the beach.
    There are only a few apartments.
    The name might be Surfside apartments ? I am sorry I cannot be sure on the name.
    I am seriously considering a rental in Bringamosa/Santa Cruz to be close to the Donkey Sanctuary

    Sorry it's been late in replying. It's been a crazy couple of weeks and not in a good way! Thank you for your always-great advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    Check Redweek for timeshare rentals too.
    I did! Thank you! Doesn't seem to be a lot of options for the time I want to visit, but I appreciate that recommendation and will keep looking there.
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    would you consider Amsterdam Manor again?
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    We've rented through Airbnb, VRBO, and directly through Prestige Vacations for condos in Aruba. We've never had a problem with any of the rentals, so I wouldn't rule out Airbnb.
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