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Thread: Traveling with Toddler and Baby to VRBO

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    Traveling with Toddler and Baby to VRBO

    My dad is renting a house in Aruba for an entire month, so we have decided to take our 3.5 year old and soon to be 1 year old for a week while he is down there in late January. The house is waterfront but not beach front and does not have a pool. The home is located about 10 minutes south of Oranjestad. The beaches sound fabulous but I'm not sure how many days my 3.5 year old and 1 year old can take the beach. Are there any resorts that offer amenities such as pool access to guests who are not staying at the resort? We would obviously be willing to pay for a daily pass or something but just curious if this is even an option!

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    welcome to the aruba.com community forum.
    I am unsure if any resorts offer day passes.........but I would recommend Reflexions Beach Club/Bar/Restaurant.
    There is a nice beach there (Surfside), lounges and shade (for rent approx $20), a pool and a bar and outdoor restaurant.
    It seems like it would meet your needs well.

    Quote Originally Posted by hcoleau View Post
    My dad is renting a house in Aruba for an entire month, so we have decided to take our 3.5 year old and soon to be 1 year old for a week while he is down there in late January. The house is waterfront but not beach front and does not have a pool. The home is located about 10 minutes south of Oranjestad. The beaches sound fabulous but I'm not sure how many days my 3.5 year old and 1 year old can take the beach. Are there any resorts that offer amenities such as pool access to guests who are not staying at the resort? We would obviously be willing to pay for a daily pass or something but just curious if this is even an option!

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