The Cool Pool of the Week: Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

Millennials looking to take a memorable swim with their children on a family vacation in Turks and Caicos should check out the Italian Village Pool at Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa.

Some unique features of the pool include spraying dolphin statues, as well as full cabana service and a lit pool tower, with the brand’s signature swim-up pool bar.

Agents should note that poolside cabanas can be reserved for special occasions. We were told that advisors should contact the sales team about a week in advance so they can confirm the cabana space 24-48 hours in advance.

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Millennials and their children can linger over great food and conversation at an Italian restaurant, stroll along the piazza for some leisurely shopping or relax in one of the many cabanas, serviced by the resort’s butler team.

The sprawling, 15,885 square-foot, zero-entry pool is located just steps from the beach and is equipped with a massive connecting whirlpool. From saxophone performances in Trevi Tower and fashion shows to water aerobics, volleyball and Marco Polo games, there’s always an activity for those that want it or plenty of time just to relax.

With a commanding presence in the center of the resort, the Italian Village at Beaches Turks & Caicos brings a touch of Italy to the Caribbean. The zero-entry pool at the Italian Village is surrounded by European grandeur and offers a full ocean view. Basically, everything here has an Italian flavor, from the fountains and statues to the cuisine.

Beaches Turks & Caicos is a great option for Millennials with children. It includes such fun activities for children as a 45,000 square-foot waterpark, an Xbox Play Lounge and a teen disco. Made up of four distinct villages, Beaches Turks & Caicos offers the Caribbean Village, the French Village, the Italian Village and the Key West Village, which features three- and four-bedroom villas for nearly 760 rooms across the resort’s 75 acres. The resort also features 22 dining options.

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