Beaches Turks & Caicos is a sprawling, 65-acre all-inclusive resort on Providenciales with a water park, a shopping center, a spa complex, ten pools, twelve bars, twenty restaurants and more.
It’s family-friendly and constantly busy and lively, so if it’s an incredibly peaceful break you’re after this might not be the place! Once that’s accepted though Beaches Turks & Caicos can be enormously enjoyable for just about anyone.
Rooms & Suites:
You have four semi-distinct zones, or villages, at Beaches: The Caribbean Village, French Village, Key West Village and Italian Village.
Overall Key West Village is our favorite. It feels a little more exclusive and is generally quieter and more relaxed than the other three.
There is an enormous choice of rooms in all villages with the most expensive suites being generally in the Key West and Italian.
The cheapest rooms in the French and Caribbean sections may be a disappointment. Splashing out more on your room is worth it at this Beaches, more so than in most all-inclusives.
The top suites in the entire resort are the Four Bedroom Beachfront Butler Villas in Key West Village. These are three-floor luxury detached villas, with plunge pools, right on the beach.
They offer plenty of privacy and feel in many ways like a vacation home, they’ve even got a kitchen for example, not something you’ve come to expect of an all-inclusive.
Take a look at your room options now – with prices, reviews and photos – at Expedia here or at Beaches.com here.
Food, Facilities & Things to Do:
Where to begin? You’d almost forget you were just steps away from one of the loveliest beaches in Turks and Caicos here with so much going on.
It’s an enormous resort with six pools, five of which have swim-up bars and three of which are for kids, and four whirlpools.
There is a large sauna complex that includes a beauty salon, nail bar, hairdresser etc. Providenciales’ largest fitness center is also here. It has everything you can think of in a gym and then some more.
Sports include soccer, volleyball, tennis, shuffleboard, basketball, billiards and table tennis, and then on the water: kayaking, windsurfing, snorkeling, Hobiecat sailing, aqua bikes and unlimited scuba diving.
All of these are included in your all-inclusive package, the only thing with an extra charge is scuba diving lessons (PADI certified)
There is a large shopping center at Beaches too with a range of high end shops, and also multiple, very well equipped, conference rooms.
There are clubs for kids, and social clubs for teens, including an ‘X-Box Garage’, but what the young ones really love about Beaches is their enormously fun waterpark with its lazy river and waterslides.
You have an incredible amount of places to eat here with food that includes International classics, Caribbean, French, Italian, Japanese, and American including Tex-Mex and seafood.
The quality is generally good but not excellent. A couple of stand-out places though are Le Petit Chateau for French a la carte and Kimono’s for Japanese. The latter being the only restaurant that requires reservations.
All food is all-inclusive of course plus all the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks you can manage at any of the twenty restaurants or ten bars.
A special treat is the Late Night Chocolate Buffet – a once-weekly feast of handmade chocolate delights and martinis.
Beaches is very convenient for Providenciales International Airport, just 15 minutes drive away.
The complex is enormous, 65 acres, in total, and as it has pretty much everything you might need within its borders most guests never leave the complex.
If you wanted to do some extra shopping for example though you could head to Regent Village or Salt Mills, a few minutes’ taxi ride away.
One thing Beaches doesn’t have is a golf course. The nearest course is Provo Golf Club around ten minutes away by car.
Some Guest Reviews:
“Beautiful grounds, pools and beach. Loved the amount of activities available. Dining was excellent Loved, loved loved the Cricketer’s English Pub food and beer selection. Staff was very friendly and accommodating, always said hello and had a smile….”
“I highly recommend Beaches! It was such a beautiful resort. So much to do and see. There are about 22 restaurants so there were plenty of food options and it was really good too. Although I came with my mom and sister I observed that it was a very kid-friendly place too. The staff was very nice and helpful. There was always a “Hi” Or “good morning” as we walked around the resort. It wasn’t too crowded either. I LOVED everything about my stay!!….”