The Villiages of Beaches Turks & Caicos
If you’re thinking about vacationing at Beaches Turks & Caicos, there are four separate villages to choose from. Each has its own décor and distinct feel that appeals to different guests. Their location on the property can also be a factor in which village you choose to stay in. Keep in mind that you are not restricted to your village. You can use the pools and amenities in each area throughout your stay.
As a certified Sandals specialist who has completed a week-long Rising Star training on property I can match your family with the best location and room category to fit your needs and help you plan a memorable vacation.
Here is a glimpse at each village:
During my most recent property visit I stayed in the Italian Village. There were only two floors in the building and I was on the second floor overlooking the main pool. There are a handful of other Italian Village buildings; some are 2 story and some are 6 story. The best ocean views are from the top floors of the 6 story buildings. The Italian Village is a great spot if your family has FOMO (fear of missing out). You are right in the middle of everything. The Italian pool is the most popular pool area and you are close to the beach and shopping area. If you are on the first or second floor you might find it can be noisy at times, but you have easy access to the pool area.
This is the newest addition to the property and has a wide variation or room types. I was amazed at how well they captured the essence of the Keys (another one of my favorite destinations). Typically, the buildings are 2, 3 or 4 story, but have many different layouts. You can be in a building with a group of rooms or have your own stand-alone unit. This is the quietest section of the resort. There are a few small, shaded pools. Even though it is somewhat secluded it is not hard to get to the beach, waterpark and restaurants.
The French Village is a few 3 story buildings surrounding another big pool and the closest village to the waterpark. These buildings do not have balconies, except for a little patio if you are the ground floor. It is a nice spot for young families. There are a few restaurants and the evening entertainment area is close by.
The Caribbean village has a wide range of room categories in either 1 or 2 story buildings from entry level to the newest and most modern suites. There are two decent sized pools. It is close to the kids club, playground, aqua center, a few restaurants and the closest village to Treasure Beach which has a big beach area with lots of shade and the new Jerk Shack.
Now that you have an idea of the different villages contact me to start planning your family vacation to Beaches Turks & Caicos.
Jamie Jackson: (336) 263-1977 or email@example.com
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