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  Timeshares in Aruba

Costa Linda Beach Resort

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J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 59

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From $ 190 - $ 300


Discover the perfect island hideaway, Costa Linda Beach Resort, located on the pristine white sands of Eagle Beach.

Costa Linda Beach Resort is situated on pristine white sands, truly one of the best beach locations in Aruba. The horseshoe-shaped property provides a comfortable, intimate feel for a relaxed family holiday.

Aruba Costa Linda Beach Resort is a high-quality timeshare property, right on Eagle Beach, offering 155 luxurious two and three bedroom suites with fully- equipped kitchens and ocean view balconies. Our resort has a variety of restaurants and bars, a tropical pool, whirlpool spas and dedicated kids’ pool.

Costa Linda Beach resort will help you have the Caribbean family holiday you have always dreamed of. The spacious two and three bedroom suites offer to and four full bathrooms respectively, including a Roman shower in the master bathroom. All suites are fully air-conditioned and feature two TV sets. Your private balcony offers the best ocean views to fully experience Aruba’s amazing sunsets and crystal clear Caribbean. Free use of our tennis courts, fitness centre, shopping arcade and game room are included.

  • Aruba Health & Happiness Code

    Aruba Health & Happiness Code


  • Bar/Lounge

  • Beach Access

  • Business Centre

  • Childrens Activities

  • Fitness Centre

  • Hot Tub

  • Internet Access

  • Spa/Massage

  • Water Sports

  • Pool

  • Wheelchair Accessible

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