Vacation Village at Bonaventure

Weston, Florida

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  • Located in the famous South Florida Bonaventure Spa, Tennis, and Golf Community, the luxurious Vacation Village at Bonaventure features spacious units. Conveniently located within the 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.

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    • Avatar for bhagwang
      By bhagwang Updated Jul 11, 2015

      Very nice resort. Close to beaches, golf, casino, parks, seaport and airport. Lock-off unit allows comfort and privacy for eight. Very clean and nicely landscaped city with many good restaurants.

    • Avatar for ioannisr2
      By ioannisr2 Sep 6, 2008

      We firts rent a week from another owner WE LOVED THE PLACE.....WE BOUGHT....WE SHARE.... See you 4th of July!

    • Avatar for jayjay
      By jayjay Updated May 11, 2008

      We just returned from Vacation Village at Bonaventure in Weston, FL. Be aware that Weston is about 25 miles west of Ft. Lauderdale so a car will be necessary if you plan to do any touring of Ft. Lauderdale or the surrounding area. Weston is a very nice upscale community, but if you don't golf (several golf courses) or swim (6 pools), there's really not that much to do there unless you just want to relax and enjoy the resort. Also, it was hard for us to find our way around Weston as all the streets and shopping centers basically look the same and the streets are confusing with no north, south, east or west designation. The Publix grocery stores in Weston are small and usually very crowded or perhaps we went only during crowded times. I would suggest shopping for your groceries in the morning.

      Also, be aware that the timeshare resort buildings in Weston (Vacation Village at Weston, Vacation Village at Bonaventure and Mizner Place) and are very spread out among the city of Weston (not together on one campus). We requested a high floor facing east as we didn't want the west sun bearing down on our patio in the afternoon. We were given a unit in Flamingo I. It looked to be an older building but very well maintained. This unit faced the back of the country club and part of the golf course. We saw 2 weddings on the terrace of the country club. The Flamingo I and II had covered parking (nice due to south Florida sun and glare). The Flamingo buildings also had their own swimming pool, but there was a huge pool at the check-in building with a waterfall and a huge jacuzzi (more like a small swimming pool).

      We had a 2 bedroom unit (both A and B side). The A side was very spacious with a king bedroom, huge walk-in shower with 2 shower heads, double vanity and a big whirlpool tub next to the bedroom (partially surrounded with square glass) inserts. The living room was furnished with bamboo furniture (very nice decor) and had a big screen TV. The dining and living room was one big room and the dining room with bamboo chairs and a glass table seated 6. The kitchen was spacious with a full size fridge, dishwasher, stove/oven and microwave. The patio was spacious with a table and 4 chairs. The unit had also had a TV in the bedroom.

      The B side was fine for 2 people (or perhaps two people and two small children) if you don't care for a patio. It had a very nice queen bed, a bathroom with a tub/shower combination, single vanity, small living room with a bamboo convertible sofa, a small (4 person) dining table, a studio kitchen with a medium size fridge, coffee maker, microwave and sink (no dishwasher). The unit had a TV in the living room and bedroom.

      We took a tour bus from Weston (ask at front desk) across the Florida keys to Key West Wednesday (always wanted to do that). We left Ft. Lauderdale at 8:30 a.m. ... got into Key West at 12 noon (3-1/2 hours). We had until 8 p.m. to see everything we wanted to and we left at 8:30 p.m. heading back to Ft. Lauderdale (made for a looooooong day but it was worth it as it only cost $75 each and the tour bus was very nice.) We arrived back in Ft. Lauderdale at 12 midnight (3-1/2 hours). We had been to Key West before in 2001 but it was from Ft. Myers on a Key West shuttle boat across the gulf and ocean. By the time we got to KW that time, rode the conch train around historic KW and ate, we had very little time to do any touring. This time we had 8 hours and saw everything we wanted to.

      Our south Florida neighbors previously told us it would be hot when we went to Ft. Lauderdale May 4-11, but the weather was actually nice all week. The humidity was low and was a record breaking 28% humidity the day we went to Key West. It was starting to heat up yesterday though and it was m-u-g-g-y .... we left just in time. When we got off the plane in Chattanooga today it was downright cool .... a cold front had just come through.

      We took the water taxi Friday on the New River and the intercoastal waterway in downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Saw many beautiful mansions (some owned by movie stars) and some awesome yachts (humongous). Can't imagine in my wildest dreams having that much money. One mansion recently sold for 28 million down from 32 million due to the slow economy . I don't know if you're watching Dancing With The Stars or not, but we saw Jason Taylor's (plays for the Miami Dolphins and is a guest dancer on the show this year) mansion on the intercoastal waterway .... awesome.

    • Avatar for gwenn6
      By gwenn6 Updated Mar 1, 2008

      I stayed at the Sandpiper I building in the B unit. The room was clean and spacious but can definitely use some updating. The couch was old and ripped and de decor was outdated. The Telivisions were small with a VCR (no DVD player). For business reasons, I stay in a lot hotels and resorts and I would rate this unit to be just barely a step above an Extended Stay which is a 2 star. Since my stay was for buisness reasons, I did not paticipate in any of the amenities.

    • Avatar for barbarac110
      By barbarac110 Aug 8, 2007

      The BEST resort for your money! This place has everything and is close to everything so rent asap because you cannot beat the price for a full timeshare rental, compare hotel prices to a fully equipped condo!

    • Avatar for litarc
      By litarc Aug 3, 2007

      We stayed in a 3 bedroom in the Egret building. It was essentially off -site from the rest of the resort although the guy who checked us in made it seem just around the corner. This is the only building with 3 bedrooms and appears to be older than the rest of the resort. In the future I would prefer to be in a lock-out 2 br unit closer to the "goings-ons". The units could use a little updating but were clean. The hot water ran out after one shower. There was a small pool walking distance. I did'nt like that there was no restaurant or poolside bar and grill on the resort. I dont like cooking while on vacation and hate to have to go out to get something to eat every meal. At least these units had their own washer and dryer. We had a recurring problem with noisy neighbors that security promptly took care of. The Sawgrass Mills outlet mall was only impressive due to its size. No real bargains to be found that you cant find at any local mall. If you want bargains, go to the flea markets.

    • Avatar for steve1421
      By steve1421 Updated Mar 20, 2007

      Just stayed at this resort 2-15-07, nice heated pool & relaxing, nice area to vacation...alot to do, saw-grass outlet mall 10 minutes away

    • Avatar for gracek12
      By gracek12 Updated Jan 4, 2007

      This Resort has everything you could want - We were there in may 06 had the Best time staff was wonderful units were very clean and large--close to ft. lauerdale dolphin statium- miami south beach great restaurants golf spa my hat is off to this resort

    • Avatar for art101
      By art101 Updated Apr 26, 2006

      This is a wonderfully built resort! The rooms are large and clean and the staff friendly. The pools are great and the activities seem to be about average for a resort of this type. The area of Weston, Fla is very quiet (when I was there) but not really exciting. It reminded me of Celebration, Fla.

      That leads me to the negatives:

      1. You are a 20 minute ride to decent shopping or the beach and you have to put up with average highway traffic with some delays.

      2. Get a really good map, not the junk that they hand you at the resort. Once you figure it out you can get around OK, but without a map, you'll get lost. That took a lot of fun out of our trip.

      All in all, Bonaventure gives you a good vacation value.

      PS...This is great place for families, safe and large enough to explore. But realize the scope of the resort is pretty big and I would say it would be difficult without a car.

    • Avatar for dgalarne
      By dgalarne Updated Mar 14, 2005

      Excellent place with restaurants nearby (walking distance) huge pool, new and private rooms with all the goodies, near the highway to the ocean (20 minutes)highly recommended, would rent again.

    • Avatar for smith2601
      By smith2601 Aug 8, 2004

      Just returned from a stay at Sandpiper II and the decor is old and outdated. The king bed is two twins beds bonded together.........UNCOMFORTABLE!! We had a jucuzzi tub but the cold water barely worked. The two positive things were the towels and the kitchen. Housekeeping staff was helpful but the front desk staff seemed overworked and was not friendly. We were called 5 mornings pressuring us to go on an "evaluation tour". We were not impressed with our place and did NOT want to buy there.

      You will need a car to enjoy the Fort Lauderdale area.

    • Avatar for matthew166
      By matthew166 Jul 20, 2004

      Great Resort. The Spa is wonderful. The Golf Course is challenging. The Town Center offers everything you need.

    • Avatar for beth60
      By beth60 Jul 14, 2004

      This resort is too spread out, and poorly laid out. Designed primarily for golfers, you have to have a car to get from one end of the resort to the other. Could not walk to a swimming pool. Resort is not on the Ocean. Would not trade into there again

    • Avatar for chuck112
      By chuck112 Jul 5, 2004

      Enjoyed our week 3 stay. Check in fast and efficent. The grounds are beautiful and the building staff very helpful.

      Lots of shopping and dining choices. Golf always great on 2 great cources. There is a pool near every building, visited several for variety.

    • Avatar for ljweis
      By ljweis Dec 11, 2003

      clean well equipped large units. Very nice pool area. Helpful staff.

    • Avatar for pemorgan
      By pemorgan Oct 10, 2003

      I stayed at this resort in February of 1994, booked through Interval International's Getaway program. I received a great deal on a two-bedroom unit. One bedroom had a hot tub. The fenced lanai was great for morning coffee and evening cocktails. The unit was spacious, with lots of amenities. Since I'm a beach person, I chose Marriott's Beach Place for my return visit to Ft. Lauderdale.

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    • Avatar for audrey
      By audrey Feb 9, 2003

      Been here four times, spent a month one year. Very nice grounds., pretty flowers. Like the tours available, they pick you up. Saw Grass mall huge place, discount stores. Rain tree cafe there, lots of eating places. lots of small shopping area's, eating places. Golf, Resort close by with things to do.

    • Avatar for larrabee
      By larrabee Dec 3, 2002

      Our stay there was real nice. Clean and quiet.

    • Avatar for justax
      By justax Nov 27, 2002

      Grounds and Area were lovely. Unit were well appointed but in need of a little TLC, especially bedding. Units were clean and well- maintained.

      The only downside is that the units are spread out some distance from each other and to get to the office may require a drive. Other than that, very nice...

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    • Boating (25 miles)
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    • Fishing (25 miles)
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    • Live Entertainment (2 miles)
    • Medical Facilities (2 miles)
    • Ocean (25 miles)
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  • 401 Racquet Club Road
    Weston, Florida 33326
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