Oceania Residences Aruba

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Oceania Residences is the only option for beachfront apartment rentals in Aruba. It’s located just minutes away from the island’s busy hotel strip and steps way from world famous Eagle Beach.

The complex has five buildings with stunning Eagle Beach views, each of them is named after famous Aruba beaches: Palm, Eagle, Boca Grandi, Arashi & Boca Catalina.

Each of the units we offer has a distinct personality and layout. Check our accommodations page to see which one fits you best!

In Oceania, we introduced a new luxurious beach-club way of life. With our resort-like amenities you and your party will relax and enjoy a true Caribbean vacation without having to leave the Oceania Residences complex.


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  • On-Site Tennis Court
  • Racquetball Court
  • Squash Court
  • Sauna
  • 2 Fitness Centers
  • Business Center
  • Children’s Playroom
  • Reserved Parking
  • 24-Hour Security
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Oceania Residences is just steps away from one of the top 10 beaches of the Caribbean. Eagle Beach is famous for its miles of turquoise waters and white sands. The best part about it: It’s not as crowded as Palm of Baby Beach!

The property is located on Aruba’s low-rise hotels area. Around Oceania you can enjoy some restaurants and stores. A busy nightlife, casinos, and high-end shopping malls are less than 5 minutes away. You can get to the busy high-rise hotels areas by driving a little up north in J.E. Irausquin Blvd.

The supermarket and a pharmacy is just 1 mile away.


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Aruba is a tropical paradise with amazing natural beauty. It’s one of the most attractive spots in the Caribbean because of its crystal clear blue waters, sunny skies and miles of white-sand beaches.

Aruba is an autonomous island part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It’s located in the southern Caribbean, just 17 miles away from the south-american coast. The island is famous for its year round tropical climate, with the perks of being outside the Caribbean Huricane Belt.

Even though dutch is the official language of the island, it’s very rare for someone not to speak English and/or Spanish. The currency is the Aruban Florin, but the US dollar is usually accepted in the venues around the island.

Aruba might not be a big island, but you will not be bored. Different tourism agents offer a wide variety of activities that will keep you and your party very busy. When you visit us, don’t miss this attractions!

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