The units are categorized as Pavilion Villas (side wings) or Tower Villas (main wing). All units are accessible via stairs or elevator. Most villas sleep six people and offer the same format: one master bedroom with a king bed, a second bedroom with a queen bed, and a third bedroom with two twin beds. There are two four-bedroom units that sleep eight guests and have two master bedrooms with a king bed in each.
All villas are enhanced by high-end extra touches like 330-count bed linens, plush robes, slippers and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, as well as private balconies or patios from which to take in partial or full ocean views. Tip: Book the Beachfront Villas for the best views.
Cribs and rollaway beds are available; cribs are $25 per night, and rollaway beds are $15.
... read more All units also consist of front-loading washers and dryers, a great room with a kitchen overlooking a large dining room and a lovely seating area. The fully equipped kitchen is a treat to use, and includes granite countertops, a double oven and stove top, a refrigerator with an icemaker, a microwave, dishwasher, trash compactor, and countertop appliances, including a coffeemaker and espresso machine; complimentary espresso packets are provided. You'll find full sets of dishes, glassware, pots, pans, cutlery and cooking utensils, as well.
Special services, available for an additional charge, include a personal chef or catering. Turndown service with chocolates is a welcome treat!
The main living area and all three bedrooms have 32- or 42-inch flat-screen televisions. Cable service comes from Miami, and includes the Disney Channel, Tooncast, and PBS. A selection of DVDs is also available to borrow from the front desk.
The only thing the units lack are enough convenient outlets. We'd love to see more outlets by the bedsides or tables. ... read less