Palmhouse apartment 1

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Palm House is a front house and at the back two intimate, harmonious and well-kept apartments about 5 minutes from the beach, 8 minutes from the airport and 12 minutes from the center of
Oranjestad. Within walking distance (150 m) of the crossing to Palm Island with the play and snorkel paradise.

It is a beautiful and cozy stay in a natural environment (tropical garden).

The host, Ad & Miriam

Micazu member since February 2020

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Hey! We are Ad and Miriam. We have been living in Aruba since 2004, and it is great that you will be staying with us for a while. We live in the Palmhouse front house and rent out the adjacent apartments. We think Aruba is super nice, and hope you will also have a good time there. Wonderful hiking & beaches enough to laze around. We will do our utmost to fulfill your wishes and to give you an unforgettable time on Aruba. See you on arrival at the airport!

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If, for example, rental is desired for a longer period, we will apply a longer rental price of Afl 1300 excl. Reservation costs (9%) per month for a period of 2 months or more.
Prices include water, electricity, gas, washing machine use, cable and wifi.

Rates & duration

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Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 280.00
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Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 168.00
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Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 280.00
Midweek -
Night € 40.00
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Location & tips

Additional information

1) Everyone native Aruban speaks four languages; English, Spanish, Dutch and Papiamento. Dutch and Papiamento are the official languages of Aruba. 2) The origin of Papiamento is still a bit of a mystery. However, Aruban say that it was developed from Portuguese-African pidgin which was used as the language for communication between slaves and slave traders. There are also some Dutch and Spanish influences. 3) In most schools in Aruba children have all their lessons in Dutch. They can only speak Papiamento during the Papiamento class. 4) Aruba is a former Dutch colony. It is now its own country. However, Aruba is still part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. 5) Aruba is not in Hurricane Alley, which means there is no BAD time to visit Aruba. 6) Aruban's currency is the Aruban florin which is worth about 0.56 US Dollars. It is so rare that you may need to find a specialized currency provider like World First to be able to buy it. 7) The crime rate in Aruba is pretty low. It is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean. Obviously still use your common sense, don't do anything ridiculous like hang around in dark alleys alone at night. But in general there is not much to worry about 8) Carnival in Aruba is a BIG DEAL. It's not just Brazil! There's parades, Carnival Queen elections, dance competitions and more. So if you're in Aruba in February, make sure to attend one of the many Carnival events. 9) They LOVE Beach Tennis. Never heard of it? Neither had played I. It's sort of like a mix or tennis and volleyball on the beach. Give it a go. 10) They produce their own drinking water thanks to their desalinization plant. You can drink the water straight from the taps. The electricity on the island is also a by-product of the desalinization plant. Very cool. 11) What is Aruba famous for? Well, the only big export they have are the Aloe Vera products made at “Aruba Aloe”. They create beauty products and medical gel to help treat burn victims. 12) Aruba's slogan is "One Happy Island" and it completely lives up to it. The people all LOVE their island and could talk about it all day long. There is a lot of island pride and for good reason! 13) Aruba is a windsurfers paradise. It holds the world amateur wind-surfing championship every year. 14) Aruba is home to a rare species of the burrowing owl. It lives in burrows in the ground hidden by cacti. It is one of Aruba's national symbols and appears on postage stamps. 15) What does Aruba look like? Surprisingly Aruba is NOT a lush tropical Caribbean paradise. It is dry and arid. This surprises a lot of tourists as they are expecting a "tropical island paradise". It's more like desert and cacti. But still beautiful!


Living room
Ground floor
40 m2




Bedroom 1
Ground floor
20 m2

Bed: Double bed 200 x 170 cm


Wardrobe(s) (2)

Bedroom 2
1st floor
10 m2

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Sail / linoleum

Wardrobe(s) (1)


Accommodation type

  • Apartment

Total floor space

  • 50 m2


  • Child's bed (1)
  • Child's chair (1)

Sports & Recreation

  • Diving / Snorkeling
  • Walking
  • Watersports
  • Swimming
  • Sailing

Travel Ideas

  • Budget
  • Culture & History
  • Maximum privacy
  • Winter sun
  • Sun,Sea & Beach

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Cable television
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Wifi
  • Measurements of TV in cm: (45)
  • Dutch TV channels (1)

Outdoor Facilities

  • Outdoor lighting
  • Deckchair (2)
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s) (2)
  • Porch
  • Outdoor kitchen
  • Garden fully fenced
  • Ashtray(s)


  • Manager on site
  • Complete privacy


  • Washing machine
  • Storeroom
  • Scullery / laundry room
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Accommodation on floor: (1)
  • Pets on request


  • Bed linen available
  • Towels present (6)
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Bed linen for children
  • Beach towels available (3)


  • Evenfloor

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games


  • Airconditioning

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