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Jolly Harbour Villas

At a Glance

    Pros

  • nice beach
  • good value
  • plentiful recreational, dining, and nightlife choices nearby

    Cons

  • mosquito problems
  • reports of hidden surcharges
  • inability to charge most restaurants and activities to your villa
  • some units have 220-volt outlets requiring adapters

Jolly Harbour Villas Review

These duplex, two-bedroom villas ring the marina of a sprawling, 500-acre compound offering every conceivable facility from restaurants and shops to a golf course. The Mediterranean Revival central activity area could put the florid in Florida, with its red-tile roofs, faux stucco, and mustard arcades. The sizable, fully equipped, pastel-hue (mint to mango) villas themselves resemble a cookie-cutter retirement village. Opt for those on the south finger, which is closer to the beach and activities, since the free shuttle is erratic and slow. You must pay separately for everything except the pool and kids' club. On still days, flies and mosquitoes come out in brute force, but villas represent jolly good value for self-catering families (many have washer/dryer; kids under 12 stay free) and golfers.

    Hotel Details

  • 150 villas.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 02-27-2014

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