Grande Villas at World Golf Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrande Villas at World Golf Village Saint Augustine
I was using Bluegreen points. We had two rooms. One room we had for 26th-31st, and the other we had 27th-31st. My only real complaint is that they gave us the smaller of the two rooms for the first night, and the other room sat empty. We could see through the window that the other room was nicer and empty through the blinds, but they would not let us have that room anyway. They were either going to charge us for a two night rental with money or with points, even though we already had it booked for what would have been the second night. The rest of the stay was very nice.
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