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Aloestraat 14, Oranjestad, Aruba

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From $ 395 - $ 585


Stay at the stunning Villa Aloe, colourful and spacious, decorated in a unique Mexican style, in a quiet residential area

The open living concept, Mexican design and the lush gardens create a unique Caribbean ambiance. Special features of this villa include a free form swimming pool with Jacuzzi and swim-up bar

If you’re looking for the ultimate Aruba holiday rental, then this unique villa is your place to stay. Located on a little hill facing the sunsets, it overlooks the Oranjestad cruise ship harbour. You are just minutes away from the beautiful Eagle Beach, Oranjestad town centre and Palm Beach.

The villa boasts three ground-floor bedrooms and one second-floor bedroom, two bathrooms with hot & cold water and a fully-equipped kitchen. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with natural stone inlays and an open see-through-to-sky private shower, along with a private back terrace.

A lovely walled-in garden provides a private setting for pool lounging in one of our hammocks. There is free WiFi in the villa and maid service is available weekly.

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Villa Aloe

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  • Kitchenette

  • Internet Access

  • Pool

  • Fitness Centre

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Garden at Villa Aloe in Aruba.
Lit pool at night at the Villa Aloe in Aruba.
Living room a the Villa Aloe in Aruba.
Garden and pool view at the Villa Aloe Aruba.
Iguana pool side at the Villa Aloe in Aruba.

Villa Aloe

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