5 stars? Lavender pink skies, cerulean turquoise waters, and glistening white sands? All-inclusive resort featuring 22 restaurants from all around the globe? Welcome to Beach Turks & Caicos, your next escape from reality. In today’s hustle and bustle, bombardment of information and notifications, Turks & Caicos epitomizes a true island hideaway.
Following Hurricane Irma, Beaches has been renovated and now back, bigger, and better than ever before with swanked out rooms, more global gourmet restaurants, and new, exciting offerings.
At Beaches Turks and Caicos, adventures meets luxury with a traditional twist. Whether you’re looking to relax and lay on the beach all day or go scuba diving and participate in water sports, there is an activity for all tastes – cuisine-wise as well! With 22 restaurants to choose from, you may me bombarded by the options but there is absolutely no way you’ll go hungry nor unsatisfied. From sushi to Italian to Mexican to burgers to Caribbean cuisine, every taste bud is welcome.
In fact, speaking of cuisine, one of the newly expanded dining offerings include Beaches’ first Indian restaurant, Bombay Club so you can leave the Tikka Masala at your neighborhood Indian spot right where it is. You’ll also indulge in two brand new food trucks at the waterpark – from Mr. Mac, serving varietals of mac & cheese and Curls ‘n Swirls for a taste of the island’s ice cream, milkshakes, and soft serve.
Plus, you have the chance to take part in new culinary adventures happening every night, such as a fish fry on Wednesdays and weekly beach parties featuring live entertainment and cuisines from around the world. Told you there’s something for everyone! Private oceanfront dining can be arranged as well.
As far as accommodations go, Beaches encompasses 5 villages in one resort each presents its own unique character and representative of the region it symbolizes:
Caribbean & Seaside Villages: Garden oasis with seaside view
Italian Village: Old world charm with a tropical twist
Key West Village: Casual elegance with laid-back feel
French Village: Caribbean paradise with French accent
In total, there are 758 rooms in 44 configurations, spread across the Caribbean, French, Key West and Italian Villages. All rooms include air conditioning, king or double beds, satellite TV, refrigerators, clock radios, and private baths and showers with tiled floors. There are also guest rooms which feature patios and mahogany beds (with separate bunk bed rooms for the kids) and, true to the resort’s name, all are within walking distance of Grace Bay’s alabaster beach.
Throughout its villages, the resort features six pools within the property. At these pools there are five swim-up bars, two waterslides, two kiddie pools and four whirlpools. This Beaches is also home to the Pirates Island Waterpark with waterslides, a lazy river, a surf simulator, kid-friendly swim-up bars, water canons, a zero-entry pool for the little ones, another waterfall pool, a 1950s-style diner and more. What more could you ask for?
For those who want to splurge on a spa day and escape the sun, waters and activities, the resort’s Red Lane Spa offers a full scope of Caribbean-inspired treatments including facials, massages, body treatments and manicures and pedicures. The spa exclusively uses Red Lane botanical products and oils in its services.
Whether you’re with your family, on a couples’ retreat or at a bachelorette party, Beaches is a sanctuary for all ages.