Beaches Resort in Turks and Caicos

Last week, we had the opportunity and the pleasure to visit Beaches Turks and Caicos. This resort is one of Sandals and Beaches’ prime properties and it has been on our bucket list, so to see it, was a treat. From the moment you arrive at the resort, you will be pampered. Upon arrival at the resort, you are greeted with cool hand towels and a welcome cocktail in true Sandals and Beaches form.

Beaches Resort, Turks and Caicos
The Welcome Cocktail upon arrival

It is hard to put into words the beauty of the resort and the water. While on a resort tour with other advisors, we were shown a room in one of the villages and when the door was opened, all I could say was WOW! The room was an oceanfront family suite that overlooked the sea and the color of the water was unlike anything that I have ever seen before in my life. My only regret is that I did not get a picture of it.

Beaches Turks and Caicos

This resort is massive. It spans over more than 75 acres and is split up into 5 separate villages. Each village offers its own vibe and ambiance to guests. The resort also has a 45,000 square foot water park, 10 pools, 21 gourmet restaurants, 15 bars, 2 award-winning Red Lane Spas, and a Kids Camp for ages 0 – 17.

Each village has its own lobby and lounge for check-in, pools, architecture, and room categories. The rooms, pools, and restaurants are all spaced throughout the resort, so there is always something close and easy to get to. I went out walking the resort the first evening that we were there and I saw and learned about things on our resort tour that I did not know existed or had not seen yet. It could take a few days to discover the entire resort and with the number and variety of dining options do not worry about spending a week and not having enough to do and try!

Visiting this luxury all-inclusive resort includes everything that you need from the time you arrive at the airport until the time you leave for home. The list of inclusions is as follows: (I may have missed some)

Many of the extras that are available to families are a weekly parade, Sesame Street themed events, water park (with 9 water slides, a lazy river, surf simulator & swim-up beverage counter for kids), non-motorized water sports, land sports, weekly BBQ beach party, in-room babysitting, Xbox lounge for teens and tweens, Camp Sesame for kids 0-4 yrs, Pirate’s Island for kids 5+, private cabanas, butler and concierge-level room categories, large suites, and villas that can sleep from 4 to 12 guests.

For the adults, there is diving for certified scuba divers, up to 2 dives a day. There is also full PADI or NAUI scuba dive certification available while you are on the resort, 4 whirlpools, 2 Red Lane Spas, 2 adult only specialty restaurants, a retail shopping village, a nightclub, weekly wine, and cheese tasting, late night chocolate buffet & martinis, and an adults only pool in Key West Village.

For our time on the resort, we were in a beautiful one bedroom family suite in Key West Village. Across the walk from us were the 4 bedroom Family butler Villas. These room classes are almost NEVER available and the resort as a whole books up a year in advance. This resort is ideal for families and for multi-generational families.

So if you and/or your family would like to plan a vacation to this amazing resort or want more information, contact us here or you can visit the Beaches website for more information.

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