Beaches Turks and Caicos Reviews
When we arrived at the Beaches Turks and Caicos Key West Village, I was once again blown away by the resort. Located in what used to be a neighbouring hotel, the Key West Village is designed to impress.
From the moment you arrive you are treated as an important guest and handed fresh drinks and hot towels. Check-in is incredibly fast and easy even with two excited kids running around the property.
We stayed in a one bedroom concierge suite on the second floor and the amenities in the room were quite remarkable. Going into the room, I was shocked by the size of it. The room features a full kitchen, two bathrooms, a trundle bed for the kids and a king size bed in a separate room for me.
Upon entering the room I thought the most remarkable feature was clearly the gigantic balcony that was accessible from every room of the suite. I realized I was in fact clearly mistaken when I opened a door and found a full washer/dryer. I immediately threw our travel stained clothes in the wash and felt an odd sense of relief.
Once we were done exploring the room, we headed toward the beach and pool. The beach is quickly accessible from anywhere in the Key West Village and less than a 2 minute walk from our room. There are multiple pools in the new development including some suites that feature private pools.
There are a few things to consider when booking here. Beaches Turks and Caicos Key West Village is on the farthest edge of the property which means that if you have much smaller children it is a short hike to activities like the Sesame Street show. Also, although the village features multiple pools, there isn’t a dedicated kids’ pool like the other villages. That being said the pools besides the private pools are all beach entry pools which makes it a little easier.
Beaches Turks and Caicos Key West Village certainly feels like an entirely different resort at times than the rest of the Beaches Turks and Caicos which is a blessing. I tend to enjoy a quieter atmosphere on vacation and am thankful to be away from the main pool. The village has large lawns that all the kids gather on each morning to play together while parents watch from balconies enjoying a coffee. Check out the Beaches Turks and Caicos Key West Village for yourself and let me know what you think!