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Lower Bight Road, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos | 1-866-599-6674
out of 14 reviews
“Short stay in paradise”
This way one of my greatest experience. I went as a couple but the joy of the children there made my bf and I be a kid again but also enjoy ourself as adults. This place was very lovely and the people where Exceptional.
“Beaches Turks Caicos is awesome!”
Was our first experience with an all-inclusive, and we loved it. Turks Caicos is beautiful, the staff were all very friendly and helpful. Will definately visit again.
“great hotel for everyone”
The hotel was wonderful. Staff was very friendly. Food was superb. Great places for families and students. Want to go back again.
“Excellent tropical resort”
This is by far the best tropical resort I've been to. The food is superb - there are at least 8 sit-down restaurants where one can have dinner, not including the buffet spots, and they offer the highest quality of resort food I've had. There are plenty of amenities, including several pools, free scuba diving if you are certified, hot tubs, a spa, sailboats, and an amazing beach - one of the best I've ever visited. One thing to look out for: "all inclusive" doesn't always mean everything you might want is included. In particular, while scuba diving is included (something near and dear to my heart), if you want a night dive, or extra training, or haven't dived for a year and need a refresher, expect to pay. There are other things that similarly require you to pour out the bucks. But if all you want is the standard resort experience - food, beach, resort-level entertainment, free drinks - than you can probably get buy without paying extra.
“Great place for a family vacation”
Love this place, our second trip here and the ocean is amazing the hotel and staff are great too. Food is disappointing though. other than the food this is a great place to try.
“Not just for families!”
Came here with a group of friends at the end of September for a long weekend, and the place felt practically empty. Great time to go if you want all-inclusive in Turks & Caicos, but are concerned about throngs of screaming children! I can imagine the place gets a little nuts during peak season. Not much in the way of wild nightlife since it is a family resort, so it's up to you to make your own fun -- . Food was overall pretty decent for an all-inclusive place. Best meals were: breakfast buffet at Reflections, lunch at Arizona's, and dinner at Le Petit Chateau.
“Great hotel for a young family with very young kid”
The resort has 4 villages and in the beginning it is a little hard to orient yourself. There are meandering paths and you have to keep looking at the arrows with the directions. I came with my family, my husband, I and our two daughters, 19 and 20. They were mystified in the beginning as to why we had selected this resort because it seems that younger families with much younger kids, infants and toddlers are the majority here. I would recommend some more activities geared for teens and young adults. Another village, only for adults would also be good.
“Wonderful family all inclusive resort”
Beaches at Turks and Caicos lived up to the recommendations we read on-line. It was perfect for children of all ages. Our children (ages 7 and 10) asked when could they come back even before we left. The kid's camp was separated into age appropriate groups and the activities were great. There were a lot of activities for everyone and if you just wanted to chill there were places for that as well. The beach was beautiful. I also need to mention the staff. They were attentive and very friendly. I highly recommend this all inclusive resort for families.
“Awesome place for families”
We had a great time. the staff was very polite and helpful and the food was great. If we return, and I expect we will, we would stay in one of the other villages as the Carribean Village appears to be older than the other 2.
The room was very nice - the only issue we had was the location - our room was right over what I think may have been the kitchen and it was very loud during the day. The grounds were very well-maintained. We stayed in the Caribbean village. In terms of the restaurants, the breakfast and lunch buffets at Reflections and Mario's were very good with lots of variety. However, the dinners were just fair and we tried just about every restaurant for dinner during our 6-night stay. The staff was very nice and attentive - everyone you passed said hello and many take the time to remember your name. Wi-fi was an extra cost but we had coverage throughout the property, including in our room and all common areas, even the beach. We enjoyed the beach and pools, even though you have to get out there by 7am to reserve a chair (and then some people don't even show up to use their chairs until the afternoon - there needs to be some kind of process to monitor this!). The beach wasn't as wide as I was expecting, particularly since this had just been rated the #2 beach in the world, but the sand and water were still beautiful. Even though this is a family-oriented hotel, my partner and I were very comfortable being there as a couple and weren't disturbed by all the young children. We took an island tour but there's not really much to the island other than the resorts.