Beaches Turks & Caicos
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- All Inclusive Features
love the Caribbean first went there in 2001 when they first opened the French village the rooms were brand new so you could just imagine how nice they were as for the service it cant be beat the restaurants are all good they great selection My second visit was back in 2007 I believe when they opened the Italian village I booked the French village but when I got there they didn't have any rooms available so they gave my a suite in the Caribbean village which I didn't like at all they are the cheapest rooms available I complained to the management and following day he upgraded my room to the Italian village which is simply Gorgeous my was ground floor 20 feet away from the beach I got two great deals haven't been back its too expensive for a family of 4 its over 10 grand a weeks stay I'd love to go back and check out the New key west village if I get a good deal but overall if you can afford it I would definitely check it out
We are scheduled to return to Beaches early in January, 2018. From every indication we have received, the Resort will be back up to its excellent form on December 14, 2017. We certainly hope this information is accurate.
WE visited here when my boyz were 2 and 5 months for 8 days and i love love love it , it was great .a lot of pools to choose from a lot of activities , day care center on site, we weren't bored not one day of our time we were here,my boyz now they are 9 and 6 and I've been trying to go back ever since it is not a cheap vacation but we have been trying to make it work. my husband doesnt like visiting one place 2 times but I'm trying my best for us to go back there again so my boyz can have a great time again.
Outstanding experience. Grounds and landscaping are impeccably maintained. Staff was outstanding. Wide variety of cuisine. All inclusive means pretty much means everything. Perfect for family getaways with lots of activities for kids. Get there if you can - you will not be disappointed.
My wife, four-year-old son and I rode out Hurricane Irma at Beaches Turks & Caicos. I can’t recommend putting yourself in the path of a Cat 5 hurricane, but if you find yourself in that situation, I hope for your sake that you're at Beaches. It’s the safest place in the Caribbean, and they take amazing care of their guests. If you’re there and a hurricane is bearing down on you, you’ll be worried about a few things (and if you’re not, you’re nuts). Here are those things:1. Will I be safe? Who knows? But probably. A hurricane is not safe, especially not one as strong as Irma. But Beaches is the safest place you can be in an unsafe environment. Irma damaged even the strongest buildings on St. Martin, but barely shook the walls at Beaches. Granted, the storm did not directly hit the island, but it was very close – the eye passed just a few miles away. Moreover, it passed just to our south, which put us on the north side of the storm, which is usually the worst for wind and storn surge. And while the storm was generally less destructive on Turks & Caicos than it was elsewhere, it was much less destructive at Beaches. Here’s why:a. Wind. The buildings are very strong. There was remarkably little visible damage after the storm, considering we had winds of 145-160 mph. We saw some roof damage to one of the buildings in Caribbean Village and a lot of the shingles were ripped off in the French Village, but we did not see any roof penetration there nor any damage whatsoever to any of the other buildings, beyond a few roof tiles and some gutters. The beach palapas were all damaged or destroyed and there were a lot of trees, lamps, signs, gazebos and other cosmetic/decorative elements knocked down (including the domed roof of Dino’s, an outdoor bar in Italian Village), but the buildings all held strong. Irma’s winds damaged even concrete structures on St. Martin, but not these. Even the gazebo and patio roofs in Key West Village, which looked like a desk fan could lift them, were unscathed.b. Storm surge. Storm surge is the biggest risk, and Beaches’ position just a few meters from the shoreline and a few feet above high tide worried me more than any other. But there is a barrier reef about a mile offshore that takes most of the steam out of the storm surge. The surge has the whole width and depth of the bay to dissipate before it hits the beach. The storm surge came up maybe 20 yards from the beach at its farthest point, and didn’t touch any of the hotel buildings. The Managing Director told us storm surges have come higher than that, but not more than a few inches of water running through the property. They have never seen the kind of surge damage that Irma did elsewhere in the Caribbean and Florida, and they didn’t this time, either, in spite of a predicted 20 foot surge. 20 feet would have put it at the ceiling of the first floor. Instead, the only water we got was…c. Rain. A little water may come into your room. For us, it happened later in the storm as the wind shifted from the south, blowing against the room door and pushing water under. They’ll offer you towels to bring to your room. Take as many as you can carry. Get one wet and put it at the base of the outside of the door. Water may still seep, but that will keep the wind from pushing it under. Don’t forget to wet it! If it’s dry, it’ll just blow away.2. Will I be informed and have my concerns addressed? Yes. The Managing Director called a meeting for all guests the day before the storm hit to explain the hotel’s precautions and give us instructions on what to do and not to do. He then took questions for nearly an hour. Everybody knew what to expect (to the extent that’s possible in a hurricane), what the hotel could do for us, what they couldn’t, how we could help them make it easier on all of us, what to do in case of emergency (like losing your roof or a window), and so on. After the hurricane, when the airport was out of action and we were all there together for what ended up being five days but could easily have been more, they called two additional meetings. They informed us about the status of the hotel’s services, what to expect going forward, and to update us on recovery efforts at the airport. The entire staff was knowledgeable and helpful throughout. They were also very accessible. I can’t imagine the logistical challenge that this presented to them, and yet management – even very senior personnel – were constantly visible on the property and always willing to stop and answer a question.3. Will the power stay on? Probably. And if it doesn’t, they’ll take care of you right after. The resort has two generators, one of which went out during Irma. We had the misfortune of being in one of the buildings that generator served and were in the dark after it died, but the next day they moved us into one of the other buildings and we had AC and refrigeration the entire time. Beaches is one of few resorts (maybe the only one) in the Caribbean whose generator powers everything. We spoke with guests at other high-end hotels that had generators that powered the water pumps (so they had running water in their rooms) and the main hotel areas like the lobby and restaurant, but not the rooms. So they sweated it out in the heat every night. For a cold drink, they had to go to the restaurant. We slept fine with AC and ceiling fan, and had cold beer in the fridge. The generators are located on the inland-most part of the resort and are raised on concrete platforms, so they’re relatively safe from storm surge and have fuel for several weeks.4. What’s it like being stuck there for five days while you wait for the airport to come back online? Pretty darn good. The storm hit at night and by the next morning, they were already serving breakfast. Full food and bar service continued throughout, and they pulled out all the stops. Even the entertainment continued, with karaoke, Sesame Street characters and movie nights for the kids, live reggae, and professional dance shows. The main kids club (which is great) was in the part of the resort that lost its generator, so they moved it to the mini-kids club area in Key West Village on a reduced schedule, and took our kids to the beach for the day. They tell you they’ll take care of you, and they do.In the end, I can’t tell you if you’ll be luckier or less lucky than we were, or that if you’re there for a hurricane that you’ll fare as well as we did. But I can tell you that there is no safer place to be in one, and no place will (or even can) take better care of you than Beaches. I can’t say enough about the staff of this hotel, and the staff’s skill and attitude are inspired by the management. This is a terrific organization from top to bottom. Comparing what we went through to the devastation in so many other places, we are embarrassed to call ourselves Irma survivors.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (Int'l and domestic brand, house wine)
- Hobie Cats
- Sunfish sailing
- Pedal boats
- Introductory scuba lesson
- Scuba diving for certified divers
- Tennis with instruction
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- Manager's cocktail party
- Wedding packages
- 19 restaurants including buffet & a la carte (International, Southwestern, Japanese, Seafood, Italian, French)
- 12 bars including swim-up bar
- Live entertainment
- 5 outdoor pools with waterfall and water slide
- 18-hole golf course nearby
- 4 lit tennis courts
- Shopping on-site
- 4 hot tubs
- Fitness facilities
- Scuba diving on-site
- Beauty salon
- Laundry facilities
- Internet (fee)
All accommodation has:
- Ceiling fan
- In-room safe
- Full bathroom
- Coffee/tea maker
Turquoise Room, Caicos Premium Room, or French Village Luxury Room has 1 king or 2 double beds. Additional room categories available, please inquire.
For the Kids - Kids 6-12 enjoy supervised activities daily at the Kids club, Babysitting service (fee), Baby nursery (24 months and under), Kid's restaurant, Playground, Games room, and Kids pool.
Wedding Bonus - includes flowers, wedding cake, sparkling wine, wedding coordinator's services, marriage ceremony, paperwork. Package is free at all Sandals and Beaches properties with minimum 7 nights stay. Request at time of booking. Inquire for more details.
Honeymooners - receive a Honeymoon amenity in select room categories. Request at time of booking, requires proof of marriage.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Beaches Turks & CaicosProvidenciales,Turks And Caicos Islands
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Lower Bight Road, TKCA 1ZZ Providenciales
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
Child pricing may only be available with select tour operators and valid for select dates and durations. Child pricing rules are subject to change without notice. Please contact one of our vacation specialists if you require assistance with child pricing.
Photo identification and/or credit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges upon check-in to fulfil.
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