Gansevoort Villas in Turks and Caicos Are Available to Book

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The Gansevoort Turks + Caicos has announced that the new Gansevoort Villas in Turks and Caicos are now available to book for travel beginning this June. 

The six new four- and five-bedroom luxury oceanfront villas are a solid fit for both families or groups heading to the Caribbean

Located on an elevated hillside overlooking the bay at Turtle Tail, a short drive from the resort, each villa sits on roughly half an acre of elevated hillside.

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Gansevoort Villa features include indoor and outdoor living areas with floor-to-ceiling windows, an outdoor fire pit lounge area, an over-the-water swimming platform with direct ocean access and a private oceanfront infinity pool and interior courtyard pool with a waterfall feature.

Owners and guests will have the privacy of a luxury oceanfront villa managed by Gansevoort Turks + Caicos resort, and they will be able to enjoy signing privileges for amenities at the resort, which includes restaurants, the Exhale Spa, water sports and other facilities. Also included in a villa stay are transportation to and from resort, concierge service, beach club access at resort, round-trip airport transfer and free Wi-Fi service.

Introductory Rates

From June 1 to December 19, Caribbean-bound travelers can take advantage of special introductory rates with savings from 25 to 50 percent , based on length of stay. And for a limited time, Gansevoort will extend travel agents booking these villas a 15 percent commission on all reservations made, valid for stays from June 1 - October 31. A four-night minimum is required for all villa stays.


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