What more can you say about shopping in Aruba except that it's bounteous and you can max out any number of credit cards in a short afternoon?
Only the airport departure lounge shops are technically duty-free. The rest of the shops on the island do offer discounts on some items, as much as 25% - 35%, but do some comparative shopping before plunging into big-ticket purchases.
Palm Beach Plaza is more than just a shopping mall, it features a state-of the-art amphitheatre, spectacular water features and entertainment for the entire family. Palm Beach Plaza will certainly become the favorite venue for local and international artists as well as a prime location for top-of-the-line boutiques to showcase their latest fashions.
Paseo Herencia boasts a diversity of stylish stores offering quality goods and a panoply of eateries serving anything to suite one’s mood, as well as nightly entertainment and special events. Designer shops are stocked with the trendiest of fashions and famous labels.
A lifestyle center located at the entrance of the High Rise Hotel Area, depicting the authentic Aruban culture and architecture. The Village Mall offers the public a wide variety of restaurants, retail shops and outdoor entertainment.
If you are in search of known designer names then this is the mall for you. From Tommy Hilfiger to Benetton, the Royal Plaza Mall is one of the most traditional shopping areas on the island. Conveniently located near the cruise docks, this venue is designed to please tourists.
Stores open until late at night, providing the full range of dining choices from fast-food to gourmet, shopping finds including clothing, jewelry, souvenirs, designer sunglasses, gifts and linens, as well as entertainment options offered by the movie theater, nightlife spots and nearby casino.
With over 60 stores, cafés, full-service restaurants, entertainment, Renaissance Mall makes your shopping experience an enjoyable, and exciting one. The Mall is perfectly located in the heart of Oranjestad, a short walking distance from the main street, and opposite of the picturesque Renaissance Marina.