Absolutely loved this property. There were 3 of us, and each woman had her own king sized bed and nicely appointed bathroom (The two-sink master comes with a huge lighted magnifying mirror). TONS of extra towels, sheets, and beach towels. The kitchen had everything you could need, including a Keurig, spices, tupperware, and an ice maker. I recommend checking ALL the cabinets and refrigerator before you head to the grocery store. There are a lot of supplies left from prior guests. The back yard is completely private if you want that all over tan! Also, there are gold finches that live in the light fixture above the patio. It is a few miles to the bars and restaurants if you choose to drive and taxis are $14 each way. One thing I hate about VRBO is cleaning. I'm on vacation and I don't want to clean. Problem solved! This home comes with Jenny the housekeeper . She is a lovely personality who will clean every day or every other day or whatever you like! If you have never been to ARUBA, liquor is expensive and its hard to buy a good bottle of wine. You are allowed to bring in two bottles of wine per person or 1 bottle of liquor. If you don't want to carry liquor, defiantly stock up at the duty free shop in the baggage claim area. Prices are in line with the US. Otherwise you will pay 2 to 3 times for the same bottle at the liquor store. Home comes with a HUGE safe and an alarm system. Air conditioners in each room and they cool quickly. If you want to hang out at the high-rise portion of palm beach, we parked at Moomba beach bar and restaurant. Good food and drinks. You can rent beach chairs and umbrellas at Moombas. Unlike Mexico, you will rarely be disturbed by someone trying to sell you something on the beach. Also many tourist activities such as prirate ship rides, catamaran rides and other tourist activities are right there. FYI, the entertainment district with the shops, bars, and restaurants is delightful and safe. Never once did we feel uncomfortable even as we partied all night at Gustos, South Beach and then at the after hours club The Mill. Once people discover Aruba, they always come back!! It truly is One Happy Island.