Resale R805699

Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort

Oranjestad, Aruba

$8,500 (Maint. Fee: $953.00)

  • Week: 35 cal
  • Maintenance Fee: $953.00
  • Ownership Type: Right to use through 2041
  • Use: Annual
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Resale R805699

Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort

Oranjestad, Aruba
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • Sleeps 6 Sleeps
    • Beds 1 King, 1 Queen, 1 Sleeper Sofa
    • Building/Unit: 3512
    • View: Varies
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Full kitchen

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    • DVD player
    • Internet access
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Patio or balcony
    • Radio or music player
    • Refrigerator (full-size)
    • Stovetop
    • Telephone
    • TV
    • No Pets
    • No smoking

    Owners added on the 10-week acceleration and the 40-week Divi Resort Founders Club.

    Next Use: 2020

    Fixed Week 35

    Maintenance Fees for 2019 were $953.

    PER OWNER: Situated just steps from Aruba's famous white sand beaches, this 2 bedroom 2 bath unit is a perfect last licks of summer get away. Ideal for 2 couples or a family with 2-3 kids, the unit comfortably sleeps 6. It is comprised of a master bedroom with a king bed and full bath, a living room area with sleeper sofa, a second bedroom with a queen bed and second bathroom with shower. The kitchen efficiency is well stocked with stove, microwave and fridge and enough utensils/pots/pans and plates for a quick breakfast or reheat last night's dinner for today's lunch. The unit itself is located in a five floor building with elevator and is near the Sea Breeze café (one of the resort's 3 restaurants on site) which is a pool side restaurant (table service) great for breakfast and lunch. There are 2 other restaurants on the property as well as a 9-hole golf course and pro shop. There is another large pool within the resort that has a pool bar and daily happenings, as well as several smaller pools throughout the resort. Walking out of the unit and passing the pool near the Sea Breeze, you'll find beach access and the newly renovated Ocean View Bar. This breathtaking restaurant and bar sits right on Eagle beach. Aruba is famous for those cute little beach hut umbrellas all over the beach to catch some shade, and you're unit is close enough to wake up and grab one with your morning coffee. The resort also boasts a Casino just next door and in the courtyard of the Casino are some shops and eateries. Getting around in Aruba is easy with rental car companies nearby, or Aruba's public transportation. The local folks all speak English as well as several other languages. It is really one Happy Island-and super friendly. Week 35 is usually the week leading up to or starting the Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Since Aruba sits low in the Caribbean, it's less prone to problematic early September weather and hardly ever rains.

    *Closing costs and transfer fees are to be paid by the buyer*

    *Buyer to pay maintenance fees for first year of usage*

    This is a RedWeek.com full-service posting. Key details have been verified, and all offers will be handled by one of our licensed real estate brokers.

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  • Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort

    Oranjestad, Aruba

    Play on the beach, on the green, or at the tables- all in one deluxe Aruba resort.

    Just steps from Aruba's white sand beaches and sheltered in a tropically landscaped garden, the Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort is convenient to all of Aruba's temptations but stands elegantly apart.

    The Divi Village is centered on a large, sparkling freshwater pool, with views of Divi's private beach located directly across from the resort. One hundred sixty two spacious studios, one, and two-bedroom suites offer fully equipped kitchens and private balconies with tropical scenery.

    In 2004, Divi Village opened The Links at Divi Aruba- a beautifully landscaped 9- hole golf course and golf training facility. The course surrounds 240 luxury vacation suites and offers an exclusive clubhouse with two gourmet restaurants and a water view lounge.

    J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 93
    Oranjestad, Aruba
    Accuracy not guaranteed. Contact the resort to confirm the address before making plans.
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    • Avatar for theodorea14
      By theodorea14
      Jul 12, 2016

      Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort is Beautiful. The issue with the water was resolved in April, 2016. There is no problem with the hot...

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    • Avatar for johnv430
      By johnv430
      Updated Mar 21, 2016

      We rented a one bedroom through A Redweek owner's listing for two weeks. The one bedroom was nice although we did not have any hot water...

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    • Avatar for lindajoyceann
      By lindajoyceann
      Oct 13, 2015

      My husband and I left Boston a few days early because of a snowstorm last February (2015). We decided to stay at the Divi Golf Villas for...

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    • Avatar for bernadetteb27
      By bernadetteb27
      Mar 31, 2009

      Just returned from Divi Village G&B resort and had the time of my life. Stayed in a studio that was more than spacious. Jacuzzi tub,...

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    • Avatar for cynthiap38
      By cynthiap38
      Mar 24, 2007

      Just came back last week and loved the resort. We stayed in the new 1 bedroom units by the golf couse and everything we could possibly...

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    • Avatar for michelles169
      By michelles169
      Jan 26, 2007

      We have been here 2 yrs in a row and have enjoyed every moment. January is a great time to go. The weather/sunsets/beautiful beaches just...

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    • Avatar for irmazeanr
      By irmazeanr
      May 30, 2006

      Just returned from aruba stayed at Divi Village G & B Resort the week of May 21 - May 28...Not like we're accustomed to but it was a 21/2...

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    • Avatar for peggyk12
      By peggyk12
      Updated Apr 10, 2006

      We just got back from Aruba, March 2006, and the Divi Golf and Beach resort lowrise timeshares are by far the best place to stay on the...

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Owners added on the 10-week acceleration and the 40-week Divi Resort Founders Club.

Next Use: 2020

Fixed Week 35

Maintenance Fees for 2019 were $953.

PER OWNER: Situated just steps from Aruba's famous white sand beaches, this 2 bedroom 2 bath unit is a perfect last licks of summer get away. Ideal for 2 couples or a family with 2-3 kids, the unit comfortably sleeps 6. It is comprised of a master bedroom with a king bed and full bath, a living room area with sleeper sofa, a second bedroom with a queen bed and second bathroom with shower. The kitchen efficiency is well stocked with stove, microwave and fridge and enough utensils/pots/pans and plates for a quick breakfast or reheat last night's dinner for today's lunch. The unit itself is located in a five floor building with elevator and is near the Sea Breeze café (one of the resort's 3 restaurants on site) which is a pool side restaurant (table service) great for breakfast and lunch. There are 2 other restaurants on the property as well as a 9-hole golf course and pro shop. There is another large pool within the resort that has a pool bar and daily happenings, as well as several smaller pools throughout the resort. Walking out of the unit and passing the pool near the Sea Breeze, you'll find beach access and the newly renovated Ocean View Bar. This breathtaking restaurant and bar sits right on Eagle beach. Aruba is famous for those cute little beach hut umbrellas all over the beach to catch some shade, and you're unit is close enough to wake up and grab one with your morning coffee. The resort also boasts a Casino just next door and in the courtyard of the Casino are some shops and eateries. Getting around in Aruba is easy with rental car companies nearby, or Aruba's public transportation. The local folks all speak English as well as several other languages. It is really one Happy Island-and super friendly. Week 35 is usually the week leading up to or starting the Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Since Aruba sits low in the Caribbean, it's less prone to problematic early September weather and hardly ever rains.

*Closing costs and transfer fees are to be paid by the buyer*

*Buyer to pay maintenance fees for first year of usage*

This is a RedWeek.com full-service posting. Key details have been verified, and all offers will be handled by one of our licensed real estate brokers.

  • DVD player
  • Internet access
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Patio or balcony
  • Radio or music player
  • Refrigerator (full-size)
  • Stovetop
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • No Pets
  • No smoking

$8,500 (Maint. Fee: $953.00)

  • Week: 35 cal
  • Maintenance Fee: $953.00
  • Ownership Type: Right to use through 2041
  • Use: Annual
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