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Paradise Beach Villas Aruba? What could be better? Sun, sea and endless white beaches, with a whisper of sea breeze and an endless tropical dream come true.

Paradise Beach Villas is one of those under-rated, quality condominium properties that hook people with friendly service, a stellar location and plenty of sun and fun. If you've never been to Aruba, there's always a good reason to go!Eagle Beach, one of the most peaceful and quiet on the island, borders the Paradise Beach Villas property with literally miles of powdery white sand. Inside, the condos are tastefully decorated, spacious with central air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, living rooms and space for up to six travelers. Balconies look out over the pool and the sea.At night, the island comes alive at all kinds of restaurants, nightclubs and show palaces.

The resort includes everything for families with kids, and with a salon, BBQ area and nearby casino, it really is an island paradise.

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    J.E. Irasquin Boulevard #64 Oranjestad

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Services and amenities

Within Paradise Beach Villas
  • Beach

  • Baby-sitting Service

  • Front Desk

  • Laundry

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Car Rental

  • Parking

  • Internet

  • Convenience Store

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Travel Agency

  • Restaurants

  • Lift / Elevator

  • Concierge service

  • Fitness Center

  • Swimming Pool

  • Children's Pool

  • Beach club

  • Housekeeping

  • Beauty Salon

  • Barbecue area (BBQ)

Close to Paradise Beach Villas
  • Entertainment

  • Spa

  • Leisure & Recreation

  • Family & kid’s sites

  • Golf Course

  • Snorkeling

  • Shopping

  • Scuba Diving

  • Nightlife

  • Adventure

  • Cultural Activities

  • Sports

  • For Kids

  • Fishing

  • Honeymoon sites

  • Horseback Riding

  • Tennis Courts

  • Casino

  • Cruises

  • Beaches

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Attractions and activities

Oranjestad What can we tell you about Aruba?The biggest surprise for Royal Holiday travelers is that - unlike lots of tropical, jungle covered islands, Aruba is DRY! Mostly covered in desert, temperatures are in the mid-80sF (about 30C) year round. Just 27 miles offshore from the Venezuelan coast, it's a holiday destination of world renown. About 100,000 people inhabit the island permanently and 30,000 of them live in the island's capital city. Oranjestad has palm-lined streets pastel-painted, old Dutch designed buildings and plenty of tiny shops, eateries and pubs to choose from.

Oranjestad attracts shoppers from everywhere in the world. Malls and boutiques and shops cater to all of them, and line plenty of streets in the downtown and the Seaport Village areas. The city wharf teems with activity as merchants trade in produce and fresh fish - often right off the boats.

Royal Holiday travelers sometimes buy souvenirs in the same market for dollars or local florins and island schooners and houseboats anchored nearby just add to the port's considerable ambiance.Whether you're arriving by land or sea, Oranjestad has a handful of museums and churches worth a long look, but most travelers come to worship the sun and to drink in the island's unique, luxurious and life-affirming position exactly between both sea and sky.

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