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This is an oasis in the desert with lovely garden and pools. The owner and stuff made our stay a wonderful experience. We are beach goers, this place is a bit away from the beach.
The owners checked us in and were at dinner with us. If felt like they really wanted to know how we were dining and wanted us to be completely satisfied with our stay, which we were Their were cats and cat hair on some of the outside furniture and a little older hotel
From the moment you step onto the property at Club Arias there are unique places to explore and friendly staff to help you get what you need. The owner, Arias, is full of energy and ready to do anything he can to make your trip a great one. I was traveling with my son. Arias upgraded our Room immediately and invited us to be his guests for dinner. We met so many other travelers at dinner. Club Arias offers unique ways to see the island right from your doorstep. There are ATV tours and snorkeling adventures to take part in right from Club Arias. Arias will take you on unseen parts of the island to get a real Aruba experience. I highly recommend giving Club Arias a try. Great experience!
This place was the best decision I could have made. Not only was the bed and breakfast beautiful, the breakfast was above my expectation. Ingrid the hosts was extremely friendly and surprisingly helpful with everything. If you stay at the fuego mio you should rent a car because it is far from most tourist attractions.
Checking out of there!!! The overwhelming smell of crap.Check in lady Cindy brought me to my room and told me we are not aloud to put used toilet paper in the toilet and that after we go to the bathroom we are to put used paper in little waste basket next to toilet. Nasty!!!!!!
Staff was very nice:) Was father from the ocean then thought. Was not within walking distance.
Great location, value and experience. Quiet, peaceful, and relaxing area. Not touristy and very nice cultural experience at a family house. Be sure to ask for recommendations of beaches and restaurants as they were PERFECT for avoiding the tourist traps. Breakfast was good but light and not very filling. Don't rely on if you're used to big breakfasts. Need car to visit anywhere but that goes for Aruba in itself as it's the only way to truly experience Aruba and all of its culture.