The Caravelle Tower Spotlight
The Caravelle Tower, one of the resort’s nine buildings, is located behind the St. Clements and next door to the main building. You can’t miss it as it is bright lime green and blue in color. The building is situated so that each unit has a private balcony with a view of the beach, so you can enjoy a great cup of coffee while you watch the sun rise over the ocean. Featuring studio units, as well as 2 room efficiencies, the rooms at the Caravelle Tower will accommodate a variety of families. All units have a fully equipped kitchen with a four burner stove and oven, full size refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker. Daily housekeeping service is also provided daily.
Studio units include a king bed and a sleeper sofa, while the two room efficiencies offer a choice of 2 or 3 queen sized beds and a sleeper sofa. There are also laundry facilities for your convenience located on the 6th floor. The Caravelle Tower is the only building with an indoor-outdoor Pool. So, whether you want to soak up the sun or sit in the shade to cool off, this inviting pool area will give you the best of both worlds. Also, all guests staying at The Caravelle Tower and renting through The Caravelle Resort Rental Management Company are welcome to use all the amenities offered at The Caravelle Resort building. What more could you want?
Currently, the lobby area is undergoing a renovation that, when complete, will feature a laundry room, modern restroom facility, ice machine for guests and vending machines. The lobby will also be updated with new tile, paint, and light fixtures. In addition, the indoor pool area will see improvements that will include having the walls refinished, new paint and a drop ceiling. For those of you who have stayed with us before, you will be amazed by the modern transformation! Renovations will be complete by May, so for you summer travelers, you will definitely want to hurry and make your reservations while we still have availability. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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