In the midst of warm, blue Caribbean waters awaits an iconic vacation getaway at La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club in the capital city of Oranjestad on the island of Aruba.
Breathtaking views of the sea with direct access to the beach, a spectacular pool, kids activities, mini-golf and a whole array of restaurants make it so you wouldn't have to leave the resort if you didn't want to. It's the kind of place where you can move at your own pace.
But since you're in Aruba, you might want to check out shopping in downtown Oranjestad, the island's natural beauty in Arikok National Park or go scuba diving for shipwrecks off the coast. Surrounding beaches on Aruba offer a wide array of water activities from snorkeling to surfing to parasailing.
The resort suites with separate rooms and living spaces including full kitchens make it the perfect place to base your Aruba trip, no matter your speed.
Here's what La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club offers
-- Cozy 1-bedroom island suites
-- Fully-appointed bathrooms
-- Balconies with breathtaking views of the Caribbean
-- Full kitchens with everything needed to prepare family-style meals
-- Separate living and sleeping areas
-- Indulge in a massage or revitalizing facial treatment
-- Amazing oceanfront pool and soothing hot tub
-- Direct access to Eagle Beach
-- Game room for kids of all ages
-- Swim up bar with refreshing drinks
-- Concierge service for access the best events on the island
-- Seven on-site restaurants for every dining pleasure
-- Mini-market for food and convenience items
-- Fun-filled mini-golf course for a little friendly family competition
-- Fitness Center with modern equipment
Aruba is famous for white-sand beaches and captivating Caribbean breezes. Make every moment count:
-- Aruba has some of the best beaches in the world
-- Arashi Beach is splendid for snorkeling, Rodgers Beach is best suited for bodysurfing and Baby Beach and Palm Beach ideal for those with water wings
-- Water adventures abound with fishing, parasailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and swimming in the crystal clear shallow waters
-- Aruba is a well-known hotspot for Caribbean wreck sites, chief among them the notorious 400-foot Antilla
-- Arikok National Park encompasses almost 20 percent of the island. This nature preserve is 100 percent adventure with its unique species including the Aruban rattlesnake, whiptail lizard, owl and parakeet
-- Main Street is the mainstay of Oranjestad's shopping, lined with duty-free stores that are open during lunch when cruise ships pull into port
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