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Your Guide to Aruba Luxury Villas

With 20 miles of coastline, a distinct culture, great year-round weather, and rugged desert-like landscapes, Aruba offers travellers a unique experience that they won’t find elsewhere in the Caribbean. Aruba luxury villas elevate this experience further by offering accommodation that’s as exceptional and authentic as the island itself.

Nicknamed “One Happy Island,” the history of Aruba luxury villas dates back to the 20th century, when the island first became a popular tourist destination. As demand rose for more exclusive and private accommodation, so too did the number of villas.

Today, Aruba luxury villas stand out as the best way to enjoy the island’s beautiful beaches, landscapes, and cultures in style and privacy.

Renting an Aruba luxury villa is easy with Rental Escapes. First, determine your approximate travel dates and party size. From there, your Rental Escapes villa specialist will be happy to present you with the best available villa options for your group. Afterward, your concierge customizes your trip, including transportation, chef service, boat charters, excursions, and more.

Luxury Villas in Aruba

Ideally located, impeccably styled, and supremely private, Aruba luxury villas are the best way to experience this beautiful part of the Caribbean, especially if you are travelling with a group.

You can find Aruba luxury villas all across the island, including on Eagle Beach, Aruba’s best strip of coastline; Palm Beach, with its casinos and nightlife; Malmok Beach for seclusion and tranquillity; and more.

They usually feature amenities such as private pools, distinctive furnishing, large outdoor living areas, and more.

All of our Aruba luxury villas also include full concierge service. Whether it’s arranging unforgettable excursions, assisting with transportation and logistics, making restaurant reservations, hiring a private chef, or fulfilling any other special request you may have, your concierge is more than happy to oblige.

Eagle Beach Rentals

Consistently ranked as one of the best beaches in the world thanks to its calm, clear water and its lack of seaweed or rocks, Eagle Beach makes an ideal choice for guests who want that quintessential Caribbean experience. Eagle Beach rentals deliver that experience with uncompromising luxury. They include:

5-BR Oceania Condo: Located on the ground floor of the Boca Grandi building of the Oceania resort and just 52 steps from the water, this 5-bedroom condo is as close to the beach as you can get. Throw in amenities like floor-to-ceiling windows, a large outdoor terrace with a hot tub, and even a downstairs ping pong table, and you have a great choice for a family beachside rental.

4-BR Arashi Penthouse: With panoramic views of Eagle Beach from the floor-to-ceiling windows and the roof terrace, this 4-bedroom penthouse in the Arashi building of the Oceania Resort is a perfect way to experience Aruba. Split over three levels, it’s elegantly designed, stunningly contemporary, and located in one of Aruba’s best condo resorts.

3-BR Chic View Penthouse: Just a few minutes from Eagle Beach, this stylish penthouse offers beautiful ocean views by day or by night. It also features a breezy, open-concept design, sophisticated furnishings, and a rooftop terrace that is sure to host some unforgettable memories.

Malmok House Rentals

A residential area with a distinct and rugged desert landscape, Malmok is home to some of the island’s best snorkelling and golfing. Malmok house rentals let you experience a different side of Aruba – one that’s more intimate, exclusive, and captivating. They include:

Majestic Retreat: An ideal choice for families, Majestic Retreat features a variety of bedroom combinations that allow it to sleep 15 guests in 5 bedrooms. It also features a private beach volleyball court, a large private pool, and a hot tub. It’s also right by the Tierra del Sol golf club, so everyone should find something to love.

Aruba Condo Rentals

Aruba is home to a number of low-rise, luxury condo resorts by the beach. They offer great amenities like large pools, kids' pools, games rooms, 24/7 security, and more. As a result, Aruba condo rentals are sought after for their convenience, comfort, and flexibility. They include:

Ultimate Penthouse: Directly facing Eagle Beach, this 3-bedroom penthouse truly lives up to its name with a large rooftop terrace featuring a hot tub, glass lanai, and a large outdoor living area. Inside, its 3-000 square feet of living space are elegantly appointed and designed to maximize your relaxation. This is truly one of the best condo rentals in Aruba.

Royal Aquamarine: Distinctly styled in a classic marine motif, this unit offers exceptional ocean views from its three balconies. It also features a master bedroom with a separate Jacuzzi room. Steps from Eagle Beach, this is a convenient and comfortable choice.

3-BR Deluxe Regency: Kick back and relax in this lovely 3-bedroom condo featuring ocean views of Eagle Beach, a lovely wrap-around balcony, and comfortable, contemporary furnishings. A great choice for a small family thanks to its multiple bedroom configurations.

Aruba Luxury Villas FAQ

What are the Entry Requirements for Aruba?

A visa is not needed for most travellers to Aruba, including from the US, UK, EU, and Canada. A valid passport, however, is required. Travellers from other countries, including the Dominican Republic, China, and India, need a visa.

What’s the Best Way to Get to Aruba?

The easiest way to get to Aruba is to fly into Queen Beatrix International Airport in the capital of Oranjestad. This airport services many major airlines from across North America and Europe, and an airport transfer can be arranged directly to your villa.

What's the Best Way to Get Around Aruba?

The best way to get around Aruba is by rental car. Aruba benefits from well-maintained roads and clear signage, so it’s relatively easy to navigate, especially compared to other islands. Having a rental car will also give you the freedom to explore the island on your own.

Taxis and private drivers are also readily available and can take you where you like. You can rent a taxi for a short ride, a few hours, or for a whole day.

Aruba also has a bus system that covers many routes across the island. The bus is air-conditioned and comfortable. However, it operates on a fixed schedule and may not depart as frequently as you’d like.

Your Rental Escapes concierge is happy to assist with rental cars, private drivers, and any other transportation needs.

When’s the Best Time to Visit Aruba?

Because of its more southerly location, Aruba sees the least variance in weather throughout the year, making it one of the best year-round destinations in the Caribbean.

The high season runs from December to March and sees the warmest and mildest weather, but also the most visitors.

The shoulder season runs from April to August and October to November. It sees some great weather as well, though with fewer crowds. For many, this is the best time to visit, especially since it’s so much drier at this time of year compared to other Caribbean destinations.

The low season is in September-October. Though Aruba is outside the hurricane belt, this season does see a higher chance of rain compared to other months. Some establishments may close at this time for renovations. This is when you’ll find the best deals on Aruba luxury villas.

What Language do they Speak in Aruba?

The official language of Aruba is Dutch, however the most widely spoken language is Papiamento, which is a Creole language derived from Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, English, and African languages.

English is also widely spoken, especially in tourist areas, and most Arubans are bilingual.

Additionally, Spanish is also widely spoken thanks to Aruba’s proximity to Latin America and especially Venezuela.

What is the Currency of Aruba?

The Aruba florin is the currency of Aruba. USD is, however, still widely accepted and used, especially in tourist areas. Still, it is advisable to have some florins on hand as well.

Best Things to Do in Aruba?

Visit Arikok National Park: Comprising about 20% of the island, Arikok National Park shows off Aruba’s unique flora and fauna. Hike through desert-like terrain, marvel at ancient cave paintings, and take in the stunning views from the lookout points.

Go snorkeling: Aruba is home to some beautiful coral reefs teeming with marine life and tropical fish, and the crystal-clear water offers great visibility. There are also a number of shipwrecks you can explore, including the Antilla, a WWII-era German Freighter near Malmok Beach.

Visit the casinos: Aruba’s casinos are some of the best in the Caribbean and offer great experiences whether you like to gamble or not. From world-class gaming facilities to entertainment, dining, and nightlife, Aruba has made a name for itself as a premier casino destination thanks to the quantity and quality of its casinos.

How’s the Food in Aruba?

Aruban cuisine is a blend of Caribbean, European, and Latin American flavours.

As you might expect, there’s a big emphasis on fresh seafood, including dishes featuring shrimp, lobster, grilled fish, and conch.

Other local dishes include keshi yena, made with melted cheese and spiced meat; pastechi, a savoury turnover; pan bati, a cornbread pancake; and more.

You can also find plenty of Dutch dishes thanks to the island's Dutch heritage, including Dutch pancakes and croquets.

Aruba is also home to many international chefs, and a wide range of international and fusion cuisine is also available.

Your Rental Escapes is happy to help with restaurant reservations, as well as arranging private chef service and villa pre-stocking.

How’s the Weather in Aruba?

Aruba benefits from a tropical marine climate, characterized by low humidity and warm temperatures. Because it is further south, it is outside of the hurricane belt, making its weather more consistent year-round.

Winter in Aruba sees the mildest weather overall. Average temperatures are 28-30°C (82-86°F) and average rainfall is 25-40 mm (1-1.5 in).

Spring sees temperatures start to warm up slightly, with more days of sunshine. Average temperatures are 29-31°C (84-88°F), and average rainfall is 15-30 mm (0.6-1.2 in).

Summer is the hottest and sunniest time of the year, with little rainfall and warm sea temperatures. Average temperatures are 30-32°C (86-90°F), and average rainfall is 10-20 mm (0.4-0.8 in).

Fall is the rainiest time of the year, though showers are usually short-lived and in the afternoon. Average temperatures are 29-31°C (84-88°F), and average rainfall is 40-70 mm (1.6-2.8 in).

Book a Villa in Aruba with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of the Caribbean, Rental Escapes can elevate your Aruba villa rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest Aruba luxury villas, including villas on Eagle Beach, Malmok house rentals, luxury condos, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and from there your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate Aruba villa experience.

Contact us today to reserve your next dream holiday!

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