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Renaissance Mall, Oranjestad

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Shopping Mall · Hidden Gem · Shopping
Head to the elegant Renaissance Mall to peruse the luxury brands on offer, or to find a holiday keepsake from your trip to Aruba. With over 60 stores, cafes, and restaurants under one roof, you can escape the heat and shop (or window shop) until your heart is content. End your shopping trip at one of the many restaurants located inside the complex, which vary from fine dining to a more casual experience. Use our Oranjestad tour itinerary app to visit Renaissance Mall on your trip to Oranjestad, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Please don’t get scammed by the Reservalife store. This is a scam that is done all over where they are tourists. They have dozens of BBB complaints. You are approached by very well trained scam.....  more »
  • High end shopping, really some nice stores in this mall. What’s fun is watching the boat taxi dropping people off right in the middle of it.  more »
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  • Luxury shopping Mall with Casino, Hotel, restaurants and world famous Brands Boutiques. Mall located right in front of Cruise terminal and attracts lots of tourists all year round. Also is close to Cinema and Marina club, museum, Parliament building and park with monument of A.Frank. Good to shop and walk around. So many great views that is amazing for photography.
  • Don't get me wrong, it's beautifully done and staff so pleasant but we visit for culture, NOT more of the same. I can easily buy designer this and that in London and for us a vacation is about experiencing a country in it's natural state. In just 7 years this area has changed beyond recognition. We loved to mooch round La Linda's and down the roads to locally owned stores. The local department stores were so charming, all higgledy piggledy with unusual, beautiful and very reasonable items to buy PLUS the joy of interacting with locals who had worked for the same employers for decades! There is little job security for locals now, we have spoken to many and they struggle to find the job security that we all need and this makes us very sad. The big boys are doing very nicely from the tourists but what about Arubans who have to earn their way year in year out? For us, it's a big no thank you to the big brands so sadly this may be our last time on the island after 7 glorious visits as the condition will only worsen in our view.

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