Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club is located at the north end of Palm Beach on a Dutch Caribbean Island. Surrounded by white sand beaches, the Aruba Surf Club is a beautiful escape into a fun filled vacation. Staying at
the Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club gives you access to the neighboring Aruba Marriott Resort, the largest casino on the island, the Stellaris Casino, and the Mandara Spa known for its luxurious first class spa services. The outdoor pool is a place to relax or enjoy a nice ride through the lazy river. The Aruba Surf Club offers a pool side grill/bar and access to the restaurants at the Aruba Marriott Resort and the Marriott’s Aruba Ocean Club. The Aruba Surf Club offers both two and three bedroom units. The approx.1105 Sq. ft. two bedroom two bathroom villas sleeps up to eight people, and the approx.1707 sq.ft.three bedroom bathroom villas sleeps up to twelve people. All the villas include a fully equipped kitchen Satellite television, a King sized bed in all Master suites with an over sized soaking tub and separate shower. The Villas also include a private washer and dryer, and Free WiFi. All villas offer a Lock-off option, which gives you the ability to create separate units, one with a full kitchen, living and dining room, and the other with a kitchenette. The resort is kid friendly and offers a kids activity center, basketball courts, and The Den-Teen Lounge. Whether relaxing on the beach or exploring the Island the Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club offers the perfect amount of rest, leisure and adventure to fit any ones needs.
There are two bedroom and three bedroom units for sale at this resort.
There are Four View Categories: Garden View, Ocean View, Ocean Side, and Ocean Front.
Platinum Season includes weeks 1-17 and 51-52 with the exception of President’s Day Week and Easter Week which are sold as fixed weeks, usually falling on week 7 and 14.
Gold Season includes weeks 18-50
For more information please visit: http://www.marriottvacationclub.com/vacation-resorts/marriott-aruba-surf-club/overview.shtml
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