Nestled in a coconut plantation and just steps away from beautiful white sandy beaches, the Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba is a small and cozy gem of a hotel which has gotten raves from numerous travel magazines and websites including the New York Times, Huffington Post, CaribJournal, USA Today, Telegraaf Newspaper, and Travel Channel. TripAdvisor has consistently ranked it the “#2 best hotel” in Aruba.
Located about 20 minutes from Oranjestad, the capital city of Aruba, Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba is the perfect home base if you want to visit the numerous attractions of the city including the Butterfly Farm, Saint Franciscus Church, Rancho Daimari, Aruba Ostrich Farm, Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins, Aruba Glass Ceramics, Palmera Rum Factory, Museo Arubano, and Fort Oranje. The Queen Beatrix International Airport, your gateway to Aruba, is 12.8 kilometers away.
A family-run and locally owned hotel, Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba has 14 stylish and vibrant casitas ranging from studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedrooms accommodations. Each one is equipped with fully-equipped kitchens, dining/living areas, and private patios with charcoal BBQs and hammocks. The hotel also features artwork by renowned local artists, namely Nigel Matthew Elisa Lejuez, & Fernando Vermeer. The Aruba Aloe Mini Shop is where you can buy Pure Aloe Vera gel and other Aloe Vera products. The hotel is known for its Aruba's Treasure Box which provides guests an exclusive list of hidden gems, dining hot spots, and activities to experience in Aruba.
Exellent service, with its personal touch and comfortable accommodations sets Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba apart from the rest. The next time you take a trip to Aruba, you have to stay at the Boardwalk Small Hotel Aruba.
by Christine's Travel; on 01/08/2016 in Hotels