Vacation Village at Weston
1 rental: $171 per night
10 resales: $1 - $20,000
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The luxurious Vacation Village at Weston is located in the popular South Florida Bonaventure Spa, Tennis and Golf community. Conveniently located in this resort area are restaurants, family entertainment, and shopping. Horseback riding, tennis, golf, swimming, and racquetball are just some of the additional activities available, and nightlife is 25 minutes away. Fort Lauderdale beach is 25 miles away.Vacation Village at Weston
16401 Racquet Club Road
Weston, Florida 33326 map it
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Laundry Room
- Car Rental
- Fishing (25 miles)
- Game Room (1 mile)
- Ocean (25 miles)
- User: deannab40
- Posted: Mar 1, 2009
We stayed at Vacation Village at Weston Week 1 -January 2009 perfect for getting out of the cold, snowy winters! This resort has 7 swimming pools and the one closest to our unit, The Ibis, had the waterfall. The chairs around the pool are well maintained, clean and plentiful. They had a little slush bar where you could get smoothies, etc., also a hot tub and other small pools (beside the large one in this area). Weston is set in a country club type of neighborhood, with lush green lawns, fountains, and colored lights in the fountains at night. It is beautiful and gives you that luxurious feeling. The beach is about 20 minutes away, which is fine with me as most of the condos closer the beach are more run down and weathered. VVW is well kept. The kitchen was fully furnished, all you bring is your food, snacks should you want them. It is nice to have the option of cooking or not. The condo is spacious, we had the A side and it is a one bedroom apartment, the bed was quite comfortable, there was ample space to unpack our things and store our luggage and feel like we had moved in. The condo is at the stage where they should update the furniture, but other than that we found this to be a great place to vacation and close to everything we wanted to do. We used the data center in the office to check messages and never had to wait for access. The maintenance people are always cleaning, and working the grounds, so it is very clean and kept. We are looking forward to going again next year, and felt this was a fabulous buy for our money!!
- User: bonniea16
- Posted: Dec 19, 2008
We just returned from VV at Weston and we were in the Crane building in unit #6813 and we loved it! We only paid the RCI last call price and for what we got it was perfect. We had the cleanest one bedroom full kitchen unit that I have ever stayed in all throughout Florida. Granted it was plain an simple and the furniture is dated but there are not many timeshares available down the Ft Lauderdale way so selection is limited. The pool was very nice and we had no problem getting a chair ever. This is not a resort it is an apartment type area the has residential area all around it. If you want a vacation just to get away and relax away from busy streets and action then this is perfect. We walked everyday down Bonaventure AVe and it was so nice I cannot beleive how clean everything is. Our Kitchen was equiped with everything the bathroom was large shower and 2 sinks and the bedroom had a wonderful jacuzzi tub to enjoy ( book the Full Kitchen 1 bedroom on RCI). We drove into Ft Lauderdale and had dinner on Las Olas Blvd (Cafe de Paris) small but the Chateau Briand was fabulous.. we drove to Southbeach and enjoyed many dinners alot of restaurants offered 50% entire menu.. The condo does not offer anything to speak of.. its your basic go to the pool or walk and then you make your own fun.. the condo does not even have a restaurant of any kind.. offered hot dogs and drinks and did give away free with no cath Buffalo vs Florida hockey tickets that day of the game around the pool.. It has a little store for necessities and you can use the internet in the lobby(which we could not connect to on our laptop??) or use one of the 10 computers in the lobby for free.. Would I pay alot for this resort .. No ... but would I stay there if I wanted a nice quiet vacation down south in January or February ...yes... also the balconies are not screened so guess what... yup.. the critters joined us stuck to the top of the balony 2 nights in a row so DON"T leave your patio doors open!! or you will have an extra bed friend....Also we did go to Sawgrass Mills Mall which is a day event BUT... if you have been to any of the Premium outlet malls you will be disappointed.. I am a shopper and bought a $12.00 item... many stores were dumpy but when you are done treat yourelf to Bahama Breeze just around from the mall near the Panther arena...All in all a nice quiet cozy peaceful condo!!!
- User: erniel
- Posted: Sep 20, 2008
We stayed at Vacation Village and enjoyed everything about the place except it is practically impossible to avoid a time share pitch of 2-3 hours. We have been to many resorts but these guys are the worst. If you are intesested in a unit say NO NO NO and then come and buy on the resale market at Redweek or some other place. They will lie threw their teeth to sell a unit SO BEWARE. That said, the units are nice and there is a lot to do. Sawgrass Mills Mall, Miami Tour, Alligator Alley, we did them all and really enjoyed ourselves. We were prepared for the salespitch having experience it before. Would never have gone but they have a new level of deception to get you there.
- User: lances10
- Posted: Jan 16, 2008
We had a "B" unit, the smaller side of a lockout, but it was entirely adequate for two people. It's listed as having a partial kitchen, but it has a full sized refrigerator, microwave and a two burner hot plate. While you won't be cooking a turkey, or anything major, it's adequate. We were on the top floor, on the end of the building which was nice because we had nobody above us or one side, so it was nice and quiet. The downside was waiting for the fairly slow elevator.
The room was in good condition, as were all the other facilities.
- User: nancyj9
- Posted: Sep 7, 2007
We stayed at Vacation Village at Weston a few years ago. We rented the large one bedroom side. In 2008, we plan on visiting Florida and wanted to stay at the resort; however, we could not find the week #15 available so we purchased this week. We now own Week #15 and will have use or rent unit in future. We checked/stayed in other resorts around/in Fort Lauderdale area and found Weston to be the best for your buck -- Outstanding location, amenities, and reasonable priced.
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