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he "inclusive vacation" family-style area, Reef Village
, is colorful, active, noisy, and fun. Located at one end of the resort, the pool area is lush and boasts a waterslide housed in a replica sugar mill. Arched waterspouts add to the atmosphere of whimsy. Most rooms in this building are decorated in bright Caribbean prints and furnishings. It's the closest building to Camp Lucaya, the kid's club, completing the family atmosphere.
sits at the opposite end of the resort in the shadow of what was once a working lighthouse. Sedate and elegant, with manicured courtyards and quiet walkways, this building is ideal for those who want a quiet or romantic resort experience. It's also the building that houses Senses Spa, and is closest to the lap pool and to the Crescent Pool, stunning with its infinity edge that seems to melt into the blue-green Atlantic.
, the only highrise among the four buildings, is located at the center of the action. The huge, undulating Serpentine Pool is located just outside its doors. The room decor is tropical contemporary, and the building houses the Business Center and Harbour Club floors. The higher floors of this building offer sweeping views of the resort, the beach, and Port Lucaya.
ngled unobtrusively between Breakers Cay and Lighthouse Pointe, the Lanai Suites
provide luxury accommodations and a secluded atmosphere. The two-room suites, soothing in pastels and earth tones, have a large veranda or patio, direct ocean access, a second bath for visitors, a welcoming livingroom and a generously sized bedroom with king bed.
All of the accommodations have ample bathroom space and a wide range of amenities in lovely corked bottles tied with raffia. All rooms are air conditioned and have cable television, direct dial telephones, ironing board and iron. Some rooms have data port telephones; Harbour Club rooms allow use of the Business Center (including PCs), complimentary Continental breakfast and evening cocktails.
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