Beaches Turks & Caicos
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We recently returned from Beaches Turks and Caicos for the 3rd time. My wife and I got married there in May of 2011. We chose the location because most of our friends had children including my husband and I. We have continued to return to the resort for multiple reasons but the main reason is for the great hospitality that we have received each time going there. The second visit (April 2016) our children were a bit older (5 & 3) which they really got to enjoy the resort more than ever. During that visit, our children met a certain individual that has become our FAVORITE person on the Island. DJ Jean welcomed our children with open arms and allowed them to see his DJ equipment and showed them how he used it to play the music for the nightly events. From the first night our children met Jean they would seek to find him everywhere we went on the resort. We felt so bad for Jean because they would smother him when he was working as a DJ but he insisted that is was ok for them to talk and ask questions. He allowed them to sit next to him each night we were there and even let them talk on his microphone. When our trip came to an end, there were no dry eyes in the departure lounge. Jean showed up to see us off and he gave my son and daughter each a non-operational microphone from his house that had the internal components missing but the kids didn't notice. He really sealed the deal with that gift even though he had already won over our family for just being JEAN himself. The most recent visit (June 2017), the kids wanted to surprise Jean and not let him know that we were coming. While my son and I were looking for him anywhere that had music playing we were unsuccessful because my wife and daughter found him first and learned that he was now working in the A/V Section within the Entertainment Department. He took time out of his busy schedule and would come in early before his shift to hang out with our kids and instructed us on the best seats for the new shows that the resort has added. Jean would meet us each night after each show and ask our opinions on what we thought about the show. We got to see Jean a lot during our trip and due to another trip that we have planned next year that we have to take or lose our money we would definitely return. We did book another trip while at the resort for June 2019. The kids and honestly my wife and I aren't too thrilled about having to wait 2 years to return but due to financial reasons we have no choice but we will mostly be disappointed because it will be 2 years before we see our Jean again. I recommend that anyone that visits Beaches Turks and Caicos to take time to meet our friend Jean. You will be happy you did and please give me a hug for us. James, Julie, Westlyn and Koralie Mankey.
We planned this trip 14 months in advance, and were excited to take our kids (age 13, 10, and 7) to the Caribbean for the very first time. We did have sticker shock at the price when we booked, but having been to many different Sandals resorts, we knew that you get your money's worth, and boy did we ever! The weather was windy the week we were there, so we weren't able to do the water bikes or paddle boarding--it was yellow flags every day, and red during some points of the day. But we didn't feel like we were missing out, as there was so much other stuff to do. We did the kayaks, the Hobie Cat sailboats, the water park, the beach and the pools. The water park was amazing, the kids loved the slides and the lazy river. My husband and kids all did the surf simulator, which was a big hit. We stayed in the Italian Village and loved our room and location. The staff was all friendly, but they are all definitely on island time....nothing is quick, and once you are ok with that you really adopt their "No worries" attitude. The staff at the pool led dance contest and games and the kids loved all of that. My son spent a lot of time at the X Box lounge, too. We did the Kitty Kat excursion that took you to Iguana Cay, and I have to say that is a MUST DO! It was really the highlight of our trip. We also did the snorkeling boat from Beaches...it was very choppy that day so wasn't a great experience, but that was strictly a weather thing--the staff was great. The snorkeling down the beach at the resort next door was also great. HIGHLY recommend this resort...it is guaranteed family fun!
I am writing this with a heavy heart because my husband & I and 2 kids along with my sister and her family went here 2 yrs ago and had such a special time. This year, my husband, myself and 2 sons aged 8 & 9 came back to find things so different. I am reading a lot of recent reviews which are similar to ours and it is unfortunate. Let's start with, we were told our room was upgraded because we were return customers (Caribbean Village). We were happy until within the 1st 48 hrs we had 3 clogged toilets (not due to anything excessive at all!), a door that did not lock on 2nd floor patio door, noisy neighbors that kept me & my 9 yr old son up until midnight and the worst of all, the smell of sewage (I felt I was in Cancun Mexico) when we put on the shower water or the faucet in the bathroom. So, let me start by telling you our toilet clog was responded to very fast by the maintenance person who may have been the friendliest person on the island. He told us that there was a black-out a few days ago which compromised a few of the rooms over here in our village and may have affected our water! I asked what that meant? Can we even brush our teeth with this water? He said he'd do that but not drink it. Now, a little background, my husband & I have traveled a lot throughout the Caribbean. I have encountered salty water and just used bottled. I am telling you, our room smelled like the worst of Mexico when the water went on. We complained which is seriously not a norm for us. The manager told us this is simply Caribbean water and when I told him what the maintenance man said he admitted there was a black-out, but assured us our water was fine. Meantime, the noise in our room was ridiculous. Our very noisy neighbors luckily left and new quiet neighbors came in yet like clock-work, every night I heard my new neighbor urinating at 3am! And I'm sure he/she heard us! The walls are paper thin. Our upgrade was no great shakes!Food was so-so. The places that were great last time (Arizonas, Schooners, Barefoot) were literally ok this time. I will say the staff fixed our lock issue quickly so I will give them credit for that, but overall it was a disappointment especially when your paying $10K + for a vacation. So here's what really got to me too...we were told upon arrival we were repeat customers so we got this upgrade to concierge service...It took me a moment to think about this, but wait shouldn't everyone who spends this much money get a concierge? I have been to St. Croix, Anguilla, Antigua and others...and spent less for this service that was simply included. I also asked when we were leaving (just out of curiosity) if we were repeat customers again would we be upgraded and a different person I spoke to (had not dealt with us on arrival) looked up our information and said Oh No you were upgraded simply because we ran out of your room you originally booked. Another words, she was honest, but you cannot trust what your told here! Ok-about this island. These are the most unbelievable, breathtaking beaches we have ever seen. I love this island and my husband & I feel we have to find another place here or go back to one of our old favorites. Even with kids (I know all inclusive is so easy), I say stay somewhere else on this island and grocery shop and go to dinner. For the price you spend here with what it is lacking, it is really worth it to stay in a nicer resort and spend more on meals or actually shop and fill up a fridge.
Stayed here July 8-13, 9 people all over 18. We had not been here for 7 years, we loved it then and this time was even better! We stayed in key west in a four bedroom villa with butler service. Our butlers were PG and Keno. I have 3 words for you. ASK FOR THEM!!!!!!! They were both magnificent, ensuring a totally wonderful stress free and magnificent vacation. I highly highly highly recommend both of them. I have absolutely nothing bad to say about our stay from start to finish. This resort is well worth the money you will pay!
To celebrate my upcoming 70Th birthday my wife and I decided to take our Son and Daughter with their spouses and children to the Beaches Family resort in Turks and Caicos. All total we had 10 people,6 adults and 4 children. The Resort is spectacular as is the food and service. The beach is one of the best if not the best of all the places we have been. We booked so we would be together all the time and we also had the Butler service which was absolutely great and if you are going there I highly recommend. They were so wonderful to have,if you need anything just ask and it's done. They give you a phone that goes directly to your Butler. While there we spoke with Lucy who I think is in charge of the Butlers . She came out seeking us to make sure we were satisfied. Then the Resort Manager called to see how everything was. Pretty impressive. Not once did I see a frown on any of the servers/Bartenders faces. Everyone seemed genuinely happy to be of service to the guests. This would be a nice place to go even if you don't have children with you and I will definitely be going back.
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.
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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.
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