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Kitchen contents and WiFi OceanWatch Villas at Grande Dunes

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Can anyone tell me what's in the kitchen? Champagne glasses? Also, I'll be working remotely, is the WiFi good enough?

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I think you can find this information on the Marriott’s Vacation Club website.
Typical Marriott’s kitchen stock.

IMO, the WiFi was very good.
 

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What are your WiFi Requirements? When my wifi needs were critical, I called front desk and they connected me to the IT people that could provide specific information regarding speed and latency at the resort.
 

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wine glasses but not champagne glasses.
 

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Unless you have some crazy file transfer requirements, the wifi was plenty good enough for VPN connectivity and maintaining that connectivity. Not sure about the champagne glasses, but I do not recall seeing any.
 

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The wifi was updated a few years ago and is much better now. Wine glasses for sure but no champagne glasses. But, when we are there we don’t care if we have to drink out of Red Solo Cups! We are at the beach.
 

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Can anyone tell me what's in the kitchen? Champagne glasses? Also, I'll be working remotely, is the WiFi good enough?

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When we were there a couple of years ago the wifi was fine. The problem is it'll vary within the resort so the best you can get is generalities. I'd call the resort and get them to run a speed test on their phone within the buildings, not at the front desk. Just talk to a front desk manager and tell them the situation, shouldn't be too hard but likely won't be done while you are on the phone and they may have to pass it off to maintenance or upper management. There were no champagne glasses in our unit. I've only seen them in a couple of resorts and none of them were MVC.
 
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