Beaches Turks & Caicos
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- All Inclusive Features
We are a family of five. We brought our 1 year old twins here, and our 5yr old, and had some great adult and family time. Our son spiked a fever on our last night, and the nurse and night manager were very accommodating and helpful. The trip was expensive, but worth every penny for the exceptional service. The food was great for us and the kids. We can't say enough wonderful things about Camp Sesame. Our oldest didn't want to spend time with us during the day, he wanted to be at camp. The babysitters were fantastic as well. We used babysitters for 3 nights and liked both ladies. We stayed in an Italian Family room and couldn't have picked a better layout. We ventured off the resort a few times, but the kids really preferred to be near the parks and characters.Ultimately, if you can afford it, you won't be disappointed.
We actually got stuck here because of snow closure in our home city's airport. The people who work here were not very friendly or helpful about that. Also while we were waiting as they worked on the arrangements I asked for a piece of paper to draw on so I could occupy my four year old in the lobby. They wouldn't give me one even though there was a huge stack right beside them. I thought for a family fun place they would understand as a family being stuck for additional days I was running out of supplies. When I pressed they said to go to the gift shop in another location. Of course that was totally over priced and my 4-year-old wanted to buy everything which I was trying to avoid.My 4 year old hated to Kuda Club. After the first day she acted like I was dropping her off at prison so we pulled out of that. I insisted she hang out to make cookies with Cookie Monster I mean how can that not be awesome. Not her thing. All inclusive is great on the food but after 4 or 5 days the options sort of got boring. The playground areas were fun. The rooms were fine. The beaches and the beach water was amazing. Crystal clear and warm beautiful water. Turks and Caicos is so beautiful but the all inclusive thing isn't for me and now that my daughter is older we will go to more boutique hotels or house rentals.
Beaches Turks reviewMy wife and I have enjoyed several all inclusive family vacations as well as frequent trips to Disney with the kids. On this trip, we rolled the dice on the highly commercialized Beaches in Turks and Caicos. I must admit I was a little worried because of a horrific Sandals experience several years ago, but here you go.The Resort:The first day was a bit overwhelming because the place is very big and spread out. It took a day and a half to get my bearings but once I did the resort seemed to pleasantly shrink. The Italian Village was the central hub of the resort. The entire resort was very well kept, lawn and bushes manicured and walkways were clean. The 4 villages all had a different vibe and were all very unique, to me the themes (Italian, French, key west, Caribbean) are well done and somewhat Disney like.Italian-big central hub pool, grand, very nice, new, cleanFrench-very nice and but furthest from the beachKey West-high end, great look, great accommodations but only had a quiet poolCaribbean-older, a little beat up looking compared to the other sections but has the best mid day food optionsThe Resturants/service:23 restaurants did make meals fun trying a different places each day for breakfast lunch and dinner. The sit down restaurants restaurants were a mix of Buffet and alla cart and were all different. They put some thought and effort into some the the restaurants; for example, Cricketers was the British pub with fish and chips and Shepherds pie. It also had a billiards and poker room that was really well done. The sit down dinner restaurants were very good. The French restaurant La Petit and Sapradillo's were more on the higher end and were both excellent. Kimono's was the only restaurant that needed a reservation because it was hibachi(pretty good even though hibachi isn't my thing). Arizona's was the steakhouse and that of an Outback Steakhouse quality.All in all the food wasn't super high end but I would say as good and usually a notch better than Disney.Sit down lunches ended at 2:30 however there were a few counter service eateries. I particularly enjoyed a mid day gyro and taco with fresh carved meat or some Jerk chicken at the Caribbean board walk.Service:The Service was good; everyone was extremely friendly despite no tipping. You can do anything you want and you will never hear the word "no". Although there was no pool-side waiter service, there were swim up bars and regular bars at every pool. Rooms:The rooms are clean, updated and well appointed. No complaints.Fun:We spent one day at each pool and it was great. There were games you could sign out, corn hole, 5 water slides for the kids (12 and under size), swim race, water ballon toss, free snorkeling reef on the beach and a free glass bottom boat ride. At night there were shows and Parades if that's your thing.Vibe:Overall this place draws an upper middle class clientele, not trashy, more of a fun crowd than pretentious. The place is lit up and buzzing at night. Just a fun vibe. If you are looking for white glove dining and professional bar tenders your in the wrong place. But if you want to relax, eat, drink and have some fun in a nice family resort this place is great.Complaints:The WIFI, when it worked it was great but it went down way too often. Lastly, the booze, not every bar are stocked with the same alcohol. I like Campari, some bars had it some did not--a little annoying. If you want a dirty martini the green olives had pits, really.Shout outs;We bonded with a few fun, nice staff members; especially Simone and Bryon at the Italian bar.This place wasn't over the top perfection and but neither is Disney but you left with a good feeling that your money was well spent. Beaches in Turks is not first class but it’s not second class. It falls somewhere in between that’s why I️ give it......4.5 stars
My husband and I were married here during a beautiful sunset ceremony in July 2017. We celebrated with about 20 of our closest family and friends. We literally had the best time and would do it over and over again. We had our son (15 months at the time) with us and I truly believe we all enjoyed ourselves. Honest review. We had family in both the Caribbean and French villages. My parents room flooded on the 1st night and they were upgraded to a villa in the Caribbean which had gorgeous views and was restocked every night with wine, liquor, etc. My husband and I were in the French village and our room was ok, but a few of our guests mentioned seeing roaches in their rooms. The restaurants were amazing. We really enjoyed breakfast at the French village, dinner at Kimono & Le Petit Chateau and drinks at Turtles. The Jerk Shack was really nice for a snack, but some of the staff wasn’t so pleasant. The grounds are absolutely well kept. There are so many activities...never a dull moment. Our on site wedding coordinator, Shanrica, was AMAZING. I was definitely stressed and she really helped make our process much easier. We also loved the daycare and our private sitter, Rose. My husband and I also got to experience a fabulous sunset dinner on the beach. We loved our photographers during our stay: Jimmie and Mr. Nobody. The spa was amazing as well, although I feel post treatment products were pushed on us. As a bride, I wish there were a special area for the bridal party to get ready because there is nothing worse than having wedding photos, as gorgeous as they were, with hotel bedding in the background. Beautiful beaches. Beautiful weather. As previously stated, I’d do it a million times over. 10/10 for our wedding, 8/10 overall. We pray all the wonderful people whom we met during our stay have been safe during the recent hurricanes to hit the area. Cannot wait to return, as there is definitely fun for all ages.
Great escape from the cool temperatures. Couldn't have picked a better place. Wish I could live here! From the staff to the hotel itself all expectations were exceeded. Can't wait to come back. Hopelly see you again soon -Sue
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
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- 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
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