Three Exceptional Caribbean Timeshare Destinations

by Paul Joseph  |  Published November 8, 2017

Having a bolthole to escape to during the year is a hugely appealing prospect for many people – especially for those who live in countries with harsh winters and want to escape to warmer climes during these months. While buying a holiday home is beyond the reach of most people, one option that doesn’t need to break the bank is renting a timeshare from people who already own one. In the Caribbean, there is a huge market for short-term timeshare rentals that offer access to all that the idyllic region has to offer.

Boca Cura, Aruba (Photo: Vlad Podvorny via Flickr)

Caribbean timeshare rentals within resorts such as Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club and St. George’s Club in Bermuda come complete with large living quarters, dining rooms, full kitchens, HDTV’s, ocean views, and private balconies. Guests can also enjoy exciting on-site features like tennis courts, golf courses, spas, casinos, water sports, chic dining and swimming pools. Timeshares in the Caribbean are truly the best of both worlds giving guests the space and luxury of a holiday home, with the security and amenities of an upscale resort.

If you’re thinking of renting a timeshare and like the idea of year-round sun, pristine beaches, charming colonial architecture, and a relaxed way of life, you can find them on by-owner websites like at huge discounts. We’ve picked out three of the Caribbean’s most exclusive island timeshare destinations to help inspire you.


Located off the coast of Venezuela, the tiny Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba is particularly popular with North Americans seeking to warm themselves when the cold snap kicks in. Its miles of glorious white-sand beaches, windswept vistas and charming capital of Oranjestad, along with superb snorkelling, diving windsurfing and kiteboarding opportunities, draw visitors throughout the year. Many of them choose to rent a timeshare property here for the added luxuries and services Aruba timeshare resorts are known for. The island is also home to an impressive number of cultural attractions including, museums and historical monuments.


Comprised of over 700 islands, the toughest choice for many who come to the beautiful coral-based archipelago of the Bahamas is narrowing down where they plan to visit. And for those wishing to rent a timeshare here, the decision can be just as tough. While many of its islands are uninhabited and have little by way of infrastructure, a huge number are very well developed for tourism and have property developments that include timeshare opportunities. Some of the most popular islands for these include Grand Bahama, Paradise Island, Long Island, Eleuthera, and North Andros.


The British island territory of Bermuda in the North Atlantic Ocean is perhaps best known for the mythical Bermuda Triangle, which is said to have caused a number of aircrafts to simply vanish from thin air. Of course, the reality is more prosaic, which is not a word you would normally associate with this jaw-droppingly beautiful string of islands, which adorns so many postcards that return home from the Caribbean. Renowned for its balmy turquoise waters and pink-sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda has a distinctive blend of British and American culture.

It is also ringed by incredible reefs that make it one of the world’s top diving destinations. Little wonder, therefore, that this is one of the Caribbean’s most popular tourist destinations.