Marriott Aruba Surf Club – Two Timeshares Sold Together

 Dec, 30 - 2014   no comments   Sell Timeshare Resales
La Cabana Beach Resort Timeshare Aruba

La Cabana Beach Resort Timeshare Aruba

What could be better than owning a week at the fabulous Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club? Maybe owning TWO weeks at this awesome Aruba timeshare resort! Today’s featured sale is of two weeks at the Marriott Aruba Surf Club – weeks 45 and 46 (floating weeks – numbered for inventory purposes), gold season, floating unit, and ocean side view. Both buyers and sellers were from the state of New York and the deal closed faster than normal.

Marriott Aruba Surf Club Timeshare

Marriott Aruba Surf Club Timeshare

Aruba timeshares are always a great trip because of the surroundings.  The Marriott Aruba Surf Club is located on the coast northwest of Oranjestad. This places it away from some of the hustle and bustle of all the other resorts located along the coast near the city. This timeshare resort features beautiful beaches, quiet surroundings, luxuriously appointed rooms, and the best service. And judging from the photo at the left, it is a tropical paradise!

The Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club is the #3 best selling timeshare resort in the Caribbean islands! Lots of buyer interest for this resort and sellers ready to sell today!

Check out this inventory of Marriott Aruba Surf Club timeshares available for sale right now. The list is live and updated constantly throughout the day as they are made available, and removed when sold.

There is a certain quality about Aruba that draws tourists from all over the world. Perhaps it is the water, the beach, the palm trees, or just the warm climate. Believe it or not, the average temperature in Aruba from January through December varies only five degrees: from 85 degrees F to 91 degrees F. Being located in the southernmost region of the Caribbean brings all those qualities out in great quantities!

But more than that Aruba with its rich Dutch history, offers cultural and historic events that are far different from the usual North American tourists’ experience.

Recently, there has been substantial immigration to the island from neighboring American and Caribbean nations, possibly attracted by the higher paid jobs. In 2007, new immigration laws were introduced to help control the growth of the population by restricting foreign workers to a maximum of three years residency on the island.

Demographically, Aruba has felt the impact of its proximity to Venezuela. Many of Aruba’s families are descended from Venezuelan immigrants. There is a seasonal increase of Venezuelans living in second homes.



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