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Beaches Turks and Caicos Review

There are a lot of Sandals hotels, and Beaches Turks and Caicos is part of that family, too. Beaches hotels are all-inclusive, luxurious, and family-friendly. They are spread throughout the Caribbean. They offer some of the best all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos for families and adults.

The resort in Providenciales has a lot of extras that come with the price of a room there. From the airport transfer to scuba diving, tourists won’t use much of their money after they check-in.

After taking a plunging trip, family members might just want to stay at the hotel during their whole journey. There is a 45,000-square-foot water park which will ensure that kids will not want to leave unless they want to play on the 12 miles of white-sand shoreline and serene Caribbean waters. For more information please read our article about best all inclusive resorts with water parks.

Read more: When to visit Turks and Caicos

Check out these Beaches Turk and Caicos reviews to see if this is the right place for your next Caribbean trip.

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Beaches Turks and Caicos Review


This is a high-end hotel, and almost everything is provided at the cost of the stay. The price shows that this place has a lot of extravagances. Even though it costs a lot, there is no need to splurge any additional money once you get there.

What comes with the Beaches resort? Transfers from the airport and all food and drinks are included. There’s also a kids’ club and entertainment, and diving for adults, which isn’t very common.

Even tips are included: the resort has a rigidly enforced “no tipping” policy, so there’s no need to bring money to get better customer service.

In order to get the best deal at Beaches, think about making a reservation early in the year for the summer, when there are probably to be sales promotion fees on the suites.


Package your flight and hotel stay to save money. This is a popular place for people from the East Coast to go, and there are a lot of direct routes from the airports of Boston to Miami.

Turks and Caicos is, of course, a popular place to get married. Beaches have packages for wedding ceremonies, anniversaries, vow renewals, elopements, and seaside honeymoon packages.

Also, you can get a day pass to Beaches Turks and Caicos. The current prices for an adult day pass are $520; for an evening pass, $540; and for a full day pass, $640.

Children, too, need a pass. A day or evening pass for a child costs $180, whereas a full-day pass costs $270.

Family Interests

Turks and Caicos are a British Overseas Territory made up of 40 coral islands. Only eight of them are inhabited, and only two of them are inhabited at all. In Providenciales, there is a big international airport and numerous big resorts, like Beaches, on the island.

Grace Bay also has a casino called Casablanca, which has 85 slot machines and a lot of live gaming tables. There is a free transportation system at the resort that takes you there and back again.

If you and your family are into nature — particularly the underwater kind, and relaxing in the sun, you’ll love this island.

Time of Check-in

Check-in is at 3 p.m., and check-out is at 11 a.m., but guests who arrive before that can leave their luggage with the customer service representative and go around the resort. In order to speed things up, there is an online check-in service that you can use.

Tourists departing in the afternoon should be out of the suites by 11 a.m., but once again, they could indeed leave their belongings at the front desk and appreciate the accommodation before it is time to go.

What’s in it for you?


All taxes, tips, and gratuities are included in the price of the ticket.

Beaches have a formal rules “no tipping” policy, which it implies tourists need not keep money on hand to tip their servers.

Transfers to and from the airport on a round trip.

People who arrive at the airport, which is only a 15-minute drive away, will find a desk for Beaches there. Guests can take the air-conditioned bus to get to the resort, or they can pay extra to have a private driver take them there.

PADI-Certified scuba diving (and all equipment)

Getting to dive in the coral reefs around the archipelago is known as one of the best things you can do. Beaches have tours, training, and equipment for people who want to see the beautiful underwater scenic beauty.

Snorkeling, Hobie Cats, paddle boards, kayaks, and more!

Guests can rent water sports for free, and instructors are on hand to assist them in learning.

Beach volleyball, basketball, pool tables, and tennis

There are basketball and tennis courts and volleyball and pool tables for the whole family to have fun with. Tourists can play tennis all day and all night.

Fitness center

People can work out at a gym with all the usual training machines and weights.

Live shows

Live bands play during the day and night, and there are beach parties every week.

Free WiFi

WiFi is accessible in the suites and the public areas.

Certified Autism Centers

A group called the International Board of Credentialing, and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) has teamed up with Beaches to offer child care from staff who have been trained to meet the unique needs of children with autism.

Ten freshwater pools, four whirlpools, and a scuba diving pool are all there.

As a family, you won’t have to go very far to get to a swimming pool while you stay there. Each “village” has a pool, as well as a kid’s pool and a scuba training pool.

Pools - Beaches Turks and Caicos

Family Activities

Liquid at Beaches nightly teen club

In the resort’s nightclub, guest DJs play dance music for people who come to the hotel. Teenagers get the spot to themselves before reasonably late at night, when it becomes accessible to those over 21’s only.

Xbox Play Lounge

Xbox Play Lounge isn’t just for teenagers. The whole family can play for free at any time.

Camp for kids with certified nannies and Sesame Street Characters

The children’s programs are undoubtedly all-inclusive: from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., certified child care providers will look after your kids. People of all ages get this service. Children are clustered together by age, so they get the right kind of care for their age.

As a bonus, Beaches’ child care workers have been trained in special needs care, so kids with additional needs can still have fun. Children with autism can get one-on-one care. Sesame Street characters are there to help with activities or just to give a hug.

Pirates Island Waterpark

There are water slides, pools for kids, and even swim-up soda bars at Pirates Island. It is a 45,000-square-foot water park. There are also water cannons, whirlpools, and a surf simulator.

For Moms and Dads

It opens to adults after the teens have had their turn. Dance, house, and reggae music are all played by DJs at a party or event.

Parents can also enjoy unlimited premium alcohol at the 15 bars, which include swim-up bars. They can also experience the fully-stocked bar in their room.

Beaches give PADI-certified SCUBA divers two dives per day, all for free. The hotel has a PADI course for people who aren’t already certified. There is a charge for this.

People who stay at this hotel get everything they need, including a boat to get to the reef.

In case you just need some rest, Red Lane Spa is the place for you. There are aromatherapy massages and Caribbean-themed treatments that you can get there.

Dining Options

All of the food at 21 restaurants and bars on the resort is included in the price.

Jerk Shack and Appleton Rum Bar

Enjoy real Caribbean food while you’re on the move. This is what you can get on the menu: jerk chicken or pork in foil, a festival, a bammy, corn on the cob, and roast yam. There are also sweet potato fries, soda, beer, and rum punch on there. Also, there are a variety of freshly made scotch bonnet condiments that you can choose from to add even more heat to your meal.

Arizona’s Restaurant

There is a waterfall at this Tex-Mex cantina that flows into one of the largest swimming pools in the Caribbean. It is a smoke-free area. For lunch, this restaurant serves a southwest buffet and Tex-Mex a la carte for dinner. There is indoor and outdoor seating so that you can eat inside or outside. Dress Code: Resort casual clothes.

Barefoot by the Sea

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served a la carte, and there are no seats outside. Dress Code: At the beach, wear casual clothes. At night, wear resort evening clothes; bare feet permitted.


During breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can feast on a wide variety of international dishes that are served buffet-style in this charming outdoor restaurant that looks out over the ocean in the distance. Dress code for the resort: casual clothes.

Bella Napoli Pizzeria

This pizzeria has a wood-burning oven and serves gastronomic pizzas for the whole family to savor. The dress code for outdoor seating is casual resort attire.

Bobby D’s

This is a 1950’s-style diner that serves all your favorite diner foods, like hamburgers and hotdogs, pizza, macaroni cheese, fries, and sandwiches. Wraps, pita sandwiches, a variety of salads, and fresh fruits are some of the healthy foods options. It is air-conditioned, of course!

Bombay Club

Indian food that everyone can enjoy, with a place to eat outside. Dress code: resort casual clothes

Café de Paris

It’s a small French cafe with a lot of different kinds of French pastries. They also have a lot of different types of coffee and tea. Indoor air-conditioning and outdoor seating are available for people to use. Dress code: casual clothes


Enjoy traditional Italian food in a small, cozy hotel. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served buffet-style with items that can be made to order; there is no smoking in the diner. This restaurant has air-conditioned seating inside and outside seats. Dress Code: Resort evening attire

Dino’s Pizzeria

There is a traditional Woodstone oven in an outdoor setting that makes different types of hand-tossed pizzas. Dress Code: Resort casual attire

Dinos Courtyard Bistro

In addition to hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream, the restaurant has outdoor seating where people can enjoy their food and drinks.


A unique restaurant serves exotic teppanyaki-style dishes that are made right in front of you. This restaurant is air-conditioned and smoke-free. The only restaurant that asks for reservations. Dress Code: Resort evening attire

Le Petit Château

An authentic French restaurant where you get to eat fine European food and some traditional French food. You can order food a la carte at this restaurant and eat indoors or out on the patio. This restaurant is only open to people who are at least 12 years old and up. Dress Code: Resort evening attire


In this Tuscan-themed open kitchen, guests can choose from a wide selection of delicious food. The breakfast and lunch are buffet-style, and dinner is a usual a la carte Italian menu. The restaurant also has a Medieval-themed children’s area where kids can eat with their favorite Sesame Street friends. Seating indoors and outside that is air-conditioned Dress Code: Resort casual attire


The aromas and tastes of Seafood Tagine and Tuna Niçoise are combined with low lights, blue skies, and the gentle sound of the waves to make you feel like you’re dining at a fancy but casual seaside bistro on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. The food was simple and tasty, and it was served in a fantastic coastal setting.


This restaurant serves buffet-style international food that is air-conditioned indoors or out in a warm, tropical setting.


Caribbean food is served in a classic, white-gloved way. People can eat inside or outside at this restaurant that serves a la carte food. It is an adults-only diner. Dress Code: Resort evening attire


Have a view of Grace Bay Beach with fresh gourmet seafood. Breakfast and dinner are served a la carte, with indoor and outdoor seating. Dress Code: Resort evening attire for dinner


Treat your taste buds to a treat at Sky, where you can enjoy breathtaking views from the second floor and eat from our a la carte menus. Dress Code: Resort evening, only adults allowed inside, 16 years old and over.

Soy Shui Bar

A restaurant that only serves sushi and sashimi for dinner. It’s outside, and it’s open.

The Cricketer’s Pub

It’s a place where you can get real pub food for lunch and dinner. People can choose to sit indoors or outside. Dress Code: Resort casual attire

Late Night Chocolate Buffet

A late-night chocolate bar that serves a variety of homemade chocolate treats and martinis every week.

Room Information

There are many options when it comes to where you want to sleep. There are villages and levels in each room. French, Italian, Florida Keys, and the Caribbean are some of the styles found in each village in the area.

Because it’s farther from the beach and in a quieter place than the other villages, the French village isn’t as noisy as the other village. It’s a good choice for families with numerous people because three-bedroom suites are currently offered.

The Caribbean and Seaside village is right on the beach and has two pools with swim-up bars. There are one and two-bedroom rooms that tourists can rent in this place. This is one of the smallest and oldest rooms in the resort. It doesn’t have a view of the ocean.

The Italian village is in the center point of the complex, the tile-roofed structures enveloping a large pool. This village has numerous family-friendly stuff, and you can discover the best cabins here.

The Key West village is made up of low-rise villas right on the beach. Besides one and two-bedroom suites, there are also three and four-bedroom villas in the ultra-luxurious complex that you can rent.

Almost all of the one-bedroom suites can fit a family of four, with a king-sized bed and a double sofa-bed. There are a bunch of terraces, and there are also kitchens and dining areas in some.

Together, Butler, Concierge, and Luxury are some of the different types of suites that you can choose from. The higher-level suites have a butler customer experience, which means they get personalized service, like having a private check-in.

Read more: cheapest time to go to Beaches resorts.

Wheelchair Access

The whole resort is wheelchair-friendly, with ramps and lifts. All of the rooms have doors that are big enough for a wheelchair to get through. Four rooms have beds and closets that are lower than the rest of the rooms in the hotel.

Tourists can rent wheelchairs, along with beach wheelchairs, from the hotel, depending on the availability.

Wheelchair Access - Beaches Turks and Caicos

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