AddressStadionweg 1 T/M 8 OranjestadSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Cadushi Appartments is a self-catering accommodation located within steps of the beach in Oranjestad. The property features free private parking and free Wi-Fi access throughout.
The apartment offers a seating area, a BBQ area and a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, an oven and a dishwasher. The private bathrooms have a shower.
Cadushi Apparetments is located within steps of a supermarket; Nikki beach can be reached within a 5-minute walk and both, Eagle Beach and Palm Beach, are 7 km away.
Queen Beatrix International Airport is a 2-minute drive from the apartment.
The property will be going through renovation works from March 31st until June 30th . During this period, guests may experience some noise or light disturbances, and some hotel facilities, like the pool, may not be available. The property will be going through renovation works from Tues 01 Apr 2014 until Tues 30 Sept 2014. During this period, guests may experience some noise or light disturbances, and some hotel facilities and services may not be available.
Located in Oranjestad, Cadushi Apartments is 3.4 km from Hooiberg Mountain. This apartment provides free WiFi, along with a well-equipped kitchen. Free parking is available.
The kitchen at Cadushi Apartments includes a dishwasher, an oven and a stovetop. It also has a microwave, a refrigerator and kitchenware. BBQ equipment is available.
There is a shower in the bathroom. Queen Beatrix International Airport is 2 km away.
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