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The choices in accommodations are one of the strong points of Turtle Bay Resort. Most guests find the amenities that meet all of their needs in one of the three buildings of the hotel. With three wings of five floors each, families may choose from suites or adjoining rooms, and all have views of the ocean views and private balconies. With the rare exception of a few handicapped rooms, all rooms here have bathtubs, showers and refrigerators. Coin-operated laundry facilities are on the third floor of each building.

Rooms here provide easy access to most restaurants. The spa, gym, the little sundry store and a game room are also within walking distance.

For more intimate accommodations, beachfront cottages offer larger bathrooms, more living space and a private lanai. Some present hammocks that overlook the beach. However, if you have toddlers, you'll need to keep a close eye on them because the ocean is literally just a few steps away. If you've chosen to rent a car, parking is conveniently just outside the front door.

The ultimate at-home comforts are available in the oceanfront villas. Oversized kitchens, living rooms and multiple bed and bath combinations are available. Teenagers can get away with their own televisions and gaming systems. Each villa comes with its own washer/dryer combo and daily housekeeping services. For a special treat, you may also engage the services of a personal chef to provide a family dinner.

No matter which accommodation you choose, cribs and bed rails are available at no charge. The entire property offers Wi-Fi.

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