Beaches Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort has 7 pools on the property. There are pools designed just for the toddlers and small children, and pools that are for tween agers and up. The pools are all very clean and have their own unique atmosphere. The Camp Sesame has a special pool area for children ages 0-4. All of the children pools are specially designed to be safe for children to wade and swim in. There are also life guards stationed in all of the pool areas as well. The seven pools are scattered through out the resort among the resort’s three distinct villages. Here is a break down of the pools at Beaches Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort.
Caribbean Village Pool:
In the Caribbean village, there are two very large pools to enjoy. The first pool is called the Iguana pool, and it is behind the Iguana beach area and right next to the Arizona restaurant. In fact, you can jump into the pool from the restaurant, if you so wish. This particular pool is fairly deep. I stand about 5-4, and I had to stand on my tip toes to keep my nose above water. It is definitely a pool for good swimmers and using floaties in the water for smaller children. They have a great swim-up bar in the pool and a really cool cave that you can swim through from one side of the pool to the other. There is plenty of pool side beds to lie on, and some covered areas as well. Again, you have to get to the covered areas early, if you want to save one of those. One thing my family liked to do was enjoy the ocean in the morning and afternoon. (It was so amazing!!!!) And then we would enjoy the pools later in the day to get the salt water off, and just relax by the pool side until it was time to get ready for dinner.
There is another pool area here at the Caribbean Village, and it is designed for some fun activities, such as water volleyball and water basketball. This pool was a lot of fun, and never too crowded. It is kind of hidden away in the Caribbean Village. A nice place to swim if you are looking to have fun, and maybe not feel so crowded.
Italian Village Pool:
This is the newest pool area at Beaches Turks and Caicos, and it is definitely the busiest of all the pool areas. There is some phenomenal design to this pool area with plenty of beach beds and a decent amount of covered areas. There are some really nice beach cabanas, at the pool area, but they are reserved for Butler guests. This pool has lots of energy and a very lively party atmosphere going on. There is a large pool bar on one end of the pool, and two small children’s pool areas on each side of the pool. The Italian Village pool is only about 4 ft. deep, and is very easy to wade, walk, or swim in. This pool area is a little too busy for me, but our teenage daughters loved it.
Butler Service in the Italian Village
All of the pool areas have a limited number of covered seating areas for you to rest in and get a little break from the sun once in a while. I know that I love the sun as much as anyone, but sometimes it feels great to lay in the shade and read a book or nap with the Caribbean Breeze gently blowing on you. If you have Butler Service in the Italian Village, you can have your butler save and set up an incredible pool side Cabana, complete with drinks, meals, snacks and a ceiling fan. The butler will even put a sign on the Cabana that says: “Reserved for ……… with your last name on it. It is the ultimate luxury experience! Here are some examples of these Butler Saved Cabanas. If you would like to learn more about the experience of having a Butler, Click Here
French Village Pool
This was my favorite pool area on the whole resort. It was built after the Caribbean Village. It is a nice combination between the Caribbean and Italian pool areas. It is an extremely large pool, and has plenty of pool side beds to rest on, but not too many covered pool areas. There is a really cool staircase and lounging area that has a covered area on it that Lou and I hung out a lot at a lot. The pool is only about 4ft deep as well, and has two children pool areas for smaller children. The French Village pool also was the hub of many resort activities, such as, water aerobics, and other resort led activities. The French Village pool is a great family pool. There were fun activities going on throughout the day. It was not a party atmosphere like at the Italian Village. This is an area where the entire family can hang out at, have fun, and stay cool in the water.
This pool is the place that the dive instructors use to train people how to scuba dive.
Camp Sesame Pool
This pool is especially designed for children from 0-4 years of age. This pool is part of the Camp Sesame program that I will go into more detail about later.
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