Last week I shared the exciting family travel news about my experience to Beaches Turks & Caicos (read more about it here). It was a dream to escape to Providenciales, Turks & Caico for a few days of relaxation, beaches, pools and gorgeous weather. On top of the stunning sights, we also had to access to incredible meals, a friendly staff and Sesame Street characters that always brought a smile to my daughter's face.
As part of this amazing trip, I was on-hand to see and experience their latest villa, Key West Luxury Village. This latest addition to the Since it was just my daughter and I we stayed in one of their one-bedroom facilities, but Key West Luxury Village also includes two, three and four-bedroom suites and villas. We loved staying in our comfortable and plush one-bedroom room, which my daughter aptly named "our new home" where we had a king-sized bed, a flat screen TV, shower with granite vanity and a comfortable living area with a dining table, trundle bed. There was also a kitchen with a stove, coffeemaker and sink as well as a beautiful terrace that we enjoyed every morning.
The most luxurious is the Key West Beachfront Four Bedroom Butler Villa with a Private Pool. Able to fit up to 10 people, these stunning 3-floor villas are individual homes situated directly on the beach. This includes a first floor with a full kitchen with state of the art appliances, granite countertops, a fully furnished living room with sofa, chairs and a flat screen TV and dining room that can easily accommodate six people. There is also a bedroom with hardwood floors and flat screen TV. The bathroom features a combination tub, shower, and granite vanity. The second floor boasts the master bedroom with hard wood floors, flat screen TV and walk-in closet. The master bath features an oversized jetted soak tub and granite vanity. Third and fourth bedrooms are also on the second floor and feature hard wood floors and flat screen TV’s. The bathrooms have combination tub and showers with granite vanities. The third floor boasts a comfortable sunroom or private patio overlooking the beach and ocean. Outside, there is a large porch, covered dry area and a private pool. These rooms also have King and Queen beds and can also accommodate a rollaway for the ultimate in comfort.
To celebrate the Key West Luxury Village, we also attended the spectacular Grand Opening Ceremony. This included an opening ceremony of face painting, amazing food, jugglers, acrobatic performers, tarot card readings, mermaids and a book drive for the Sandals Foundation, a nonprofit organization that was created to expand upon the philanthropic work that Sandals Resorts International has undertaken. With a traditional all-white theme, the ceremony included a performance of the National Anthem by the school choir from Enid Capron Primary, Caribbean officials, Adam Stewart, CEO of Sandals Resorts International, and many more.
After the celebration we ended to the beach to soak in the incredible views and take in a unique way to spend the evening.
After spending a few days at this luxurious resort, we love the laid-back vibe, access to so many activities, luxurious accommodations and the views that can't be beat. Now with the opening of Key West Luxury Village, guests can discover even more options with 150 suites and villas, three gourmet restaurants, private pools and more in the incredible Beaches Resort in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos.
For more information, please visit www.beaches.com.
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Our accommodations and airfare was paid for by Beaches.