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Aruba Vacation Rentals

Vacation Rental Homes, Condos, Cabins, Villas & Beach Houses in Aruba from top rental companies and trusted homeowners.

Nestled just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela, the island of Aruba offers a unique Caribbean experience. This 70-square-mile island settled by the Dutch offers miles of sandy beaches, calm, azure waters, and copious choices of outdoor activities, international cuisine and duty-free shopping.

Aruba Vacation Rentals

An Aruba vacation doesn't limit you to hotels, although luxury hotels pepper the busiest commercial strips. The island offers house rentals and condo rentals, too, so you can find a place to call home while visiting. Renting a villa, apartment or condo provides you with a more local experience. It also makes a great choice for family vacations by providing ample space, household needs like kitchen utensils and crockery, and neighborhood amenities. Many timeshares offer tastefully furnished condos in beachfront complexes that include fitness centers and pools. Some also offer breakfast, daily maid services and free Internet access. With a wide variety of home sizes and styles, prices also vary. You can easily acquire budget to luxury accommodations to fit any budget. The island offers corporate rentals and vacation rental by owner options. If you plan to visit during December, the island's busiest month, make reservations a few months in advance for both your housing and vehicle rental.

What an Aruba Vacation Offers Families

Explore Aruba's many beaches, including Palm Beach, Eagle Beach, Rodgers Beach, Hadicurari, and Baby Beach. Enjoy diving, parasailing, sailing, snorkeling and swimming.

Shop in Noord, San Nicolas, or downtown Oranjestad. The duty-free shops offer an array of gifts including fine porcelain and Dutch cheeses.

Tool around the island in a rental vehicle, scooter or bicycle. Popular activities include golfing, hiking and mountain biking. Arikok National Park features some of the best hiking trails on the island.

Museum lovers can check out native artifacts at The Archaeological Museum and 30,000 historic coins of worldwide origin at The Numismatic Museum. Catch the five-minute ferry ride to De Palm Island for great diving and snorkeling off its coral reef. You'll find a variety of cuisines in the island's restaurants, reflecting its local and Dutch roots, plus the influence of its most frequent visitors. Choose from Caribbean, Dutch, American and European restaurants. Although steak and seafood dishes are most popular, most restaurants offer vegan and gluten-free options. Visitors will find both American-style supermarkets and local bakeries, delis and butchers.