Three Distinct Villages:
As you have gathered from my article about the pools, there are three distinct areas at Beaches Turks and Caicos that you can stay at on your vacation. Each area, also known as villages, has their own unique theme and atmosphere. Here are my observations and opinions of each one.
Caribbean Village: Authentic Caribbean Charm
The Caribbean Village is the oldest but most charming village at Beaches Turks and Caicos. The Caribbean Village is also the largest area on the resort. It is very tropical with lots of palm trees and lush garden areas.
Here is my video introduction of the Caribbean Village:
There are eight room categories that start at a deluxe level and then increase in quality all the way to a Presidential two bedroom luxury villa suite. Of course the deluxe room is the most affordable, and then the price will increase as the room quality goes up. The rooms have all had nice upgrades with either a mahogany king bed and a double pull out sofa sleeper or two mahogany double beds with a single sleep chair. The rooms connect, which make it very nice for families. You can also have cribs and a rollaway. Maximum capacity for all of the rooms in the Caribbean Village is 4 total people. We stayed in the Caribbean Village in the Honeymoon Grande Luxe Room.
We were on the third floor and had a great view of the whole Caribbean Village and the ocean from our balcony. We had a nice spacious bath, but not a real fancy bath for this particular room. There are a lot of great room options for the Caribbean Village.
Here are some more photos of the Caribbean Village:
The French Village
The French Village was built after the Caribbean village and has a chateau feel and design to it. All of the rooms are built in a European chateau design overlooking the huge French village pool in the center of the village. The grounds in the village are all lush and tropical with many floral gardens.
Here is my intro video of the French Village:
There are five room categories in the French Village. The rooms range from a French village luxury room all the way to the French Village Three Bedroom Suite. Each room has a mahogany king size bed and a trundle bed, or two double beds with a single sleep chair and a full bath. Of course the price goes up as the quality of the rooms goes up. Here are some more photos of the French Village:
The Italian Village
The Italian Village is the newest part of Beaches Turks and Caicos. Open in late 2008, this is the crème dela crème of the entire resort. The Italian Village is chic and cosmopolitan all the way. The Italian Village is also the hot spot on the resort. The pool area is full of activity and has a party type atmosphere. Our teenagers loved to hang out at the Italian Pool area. One great thing I loved about this resort is that it doesn’t matter what room category or village you stay in, everyone can hang out at any of the pool areas, as well as any beach area as well. Here is my video introduction to the Italian Village:
There are 14 room categories in the Italian Village at Beaches Turks and Caicos. Every room category in the Italian Village is either a concierge level suite or butler service suite. There are no bad rooms in the Italian Village, there is just great, starting with the Venetian Family Suite, to unbelievable , with the Turin and Portofino two bedroom family suites. There is also great variety in how many guests can stay in each suite. Some of the family suites are designed for six people, while others can accommodate as many as twelve people. Each room will contain a king size mahogany, four poster bed, a large 42’ flat screen TV, a bar area with refrigerator and microwave, and a plush lounge sleeping chair, for the adults. For the kids there are mahogany bunk beds with a trundle bed underneath and a 27’ flat screen TV with a state-of-the-art Xbox game system. There is also a multi-function game table, storage unit, closet, and a vanity unit with basin sink and mirror. The bathroom has a two basin mahogany vanity with a wall-mount makeup mirror, hair dryer, a whirlpool tub, a rain head shower, and a private water closet. And there is so much more quality and service as you move up the room categories. Here is a video I made of our Italian Village Suite:
Introducing the New Key West Village at Beaches Turks & Caicos
Beaches Turks & Caicos recently added a new village called The Key West Village! These suites offer a more intimate and home away from home appeal with larger villas (up to 4 bedrooms) to fit large families or one bedroom suites for those looking for something more than just a traditional “hotel room”.
A Great Time No Matter Where You Stay!
No matter what village you stay in, you will have a comfortable and quality room experience at Beaches Turks and Caicos. The real difference is the level of luxury you would like to surround yourself in. We were in the Caribbean Village for most of our stay and we were having a great time, and at the end we were in the Italian Village (more on this later). No matter what, you are still going to have an all-inclusive experience with all of your food and drinks served to you all day long, no matter what village you stay in.
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