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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Resort had a huge variety of restaurants. All staff were extremely friendly. Only negative was we didn't find out about a great snorkeling spot you could walk to until we were leaving.

We paid for concierge service. Even with that extra fair the service was pretty lousy. Our room had cockoroaches everywere. We had to call 3 times to our concierge before we could reach a mánager that would change us to a pest free room. At meal times, if you ask for something as simple as mayo, it could take 20mins for the waitress to get some. My 6 year old looked forward to go to the Kids Place to make new friends. At craft timé, all they did was handle the kids empty Xbox One boxes with the protective plástic frames inside, a little ducktape and some pompons to make "robots". At the beach, dont even dare to ask for a fresh coconut. Even though they grow on the hotel palmtrees, they are reserved for butler service rooms. The only thing worth it was the waterpark. Our kids could spend the whole day on the slides. And, of course, the beach (thanks mother nature).

Food average, like a ship. Average. Stop making me say more on the review.

Would not recommend this place. The front desk staff was not very warm and welcoming like other resorts that I have stayed at. Way over priced for what the overall experience.

Huge resort. Yet staff gives you their undivided attention. Many family with young children since the resort is associated with Sesame Street. Enough to do on the resort and never leave the property.

Beaches Turks & Caicos provided for an excellent family vacation. We stayed in the Italian Village, which was spectacular. The beach was stunning and the resort provided numerous dining options and numerous amenities. My kids 14 and 11 (especially my 11 year old) thoroughly enjoyed the water park. Also, short walk to excellent reef site (Bight / Coral Gardens reef).

Spent 5 days at Beaches, and it was a wonderful time.

The resort with all the activities and staff were great. Hands down i would take the family back for that. The room was not good at all. We were misled with the so called "French quarters Luxury Honeymoon suite" which was no more then a double bed room with no balcony and retro fit wall hung AC system (which didnt work), leaking sink, poor water pressure, no room service (odd at an all inclusive resort) a refrigerator that had a compressor that rattled every time it went on, and finally no screen on a sliding glass door to get fresh air from my so called balcony which didnt exist. Otherwise the food, the entertainment, the activities, the staff, reception, departure all were great!!

My family stayed at Beaches Turks and Caicos July 7-11, 2013 and we had the best vacation ever!! My husband and I took our two daughters 5 and 11 and they didn't want to leave!! We stayed in the Italian Village with the kids bunks, the rooms were very spacious and clean. We did have a problem with some small ants in the kids room and were told that due to the amount of rain, they usually get ants. Outside of that problem, the vacation was a dream come true. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Shout out to Sean on the entertain team, Bryan that works at Bobby Dee's and Judy the bartender at the Italian Village, they went out of their way to make my girls have a good time. The Sesame Street characters were always spotted somewhere on the resort and lots of activities throughout the day were planned for the kids, if you wanted to take them to the cam. The nightly entertainment was great and the kids had a ball dancing on stage with the entertainment staff. The pools and grounds were beautiful as well as the beach, the water was the prettiest that I have ever seen. We didn't get to eat at all of the restaurants, but loved Reflections for breakfast, my daughter loved Bobby Dee’s for lunch, Schooners and Arizona’s were good for dinner. We will definitely be returning next year!!

I traveled with my husband and 18 month old daughter, and the reason we chose Beaches T&C was because of the family focus of the resort and the Camp Sesame (daycare) option included in the room rate. We had a great week and beautiful weather for 6 of the 7 days we were there. Some pluses and minuses. Pluses: many pool and beach options, so even though it's a huge resort, people are spread out (and we were there when it was a full house); absolutely beautiful location, gorgeous white sand beach and aquamarine water (fairly calm for ocean); scuba diving included, which my husband took advantage of for 3 days; shuttle to/from airport included; Camp Sesame included - my daughter LOVED going there... we used it for about 3 hours each day and had nice, adults only dinners for 5 of our 7 nights (we fed her beforehand at the buffet restaurant, but they also take the kids to dinner if you want). The best part is you can drop off and pick up at your kid whenever you want. Minuses: slow service (best staff were at Camp Sesame and our maid - other than that not overly impressed); loud party atmosphere at pools (major turnoff to have a loud dj and music -- this is a family resort); not a fan of buffet dinners, but I had to remind myself that it is a family resort, not the adults only all inclusive we are used to (buffets ended up working well for feeding our daughter... then we would do our adult dinners at the al a carte restaurants). Summary: If you are adults traveling, I would NOT recommend spending your $$ on Beaches given there are so many fabulous adult-only all inclusive resorts. If you are a family traveling, make sure you will maximize the Beaches amenities in order to get the bang for your buck because this place is not cheap. Have fun!

Decent place for families with little kids who like Sesame Street. Food was abysmal- worse than a cruise. All 14 of the restaurants (total of 16 at this resort but my feedback excludes the 2 Asian restaurants) have pretty much the same menu. Cricketer’s “homemade chunky fries” are the same frozen shoestring fries served at the remaining restaurants and their “salad” is one piece of iceburg lettuce, one slice of tomato, and two slices of an onion. Schooner’s is the only restaurant that is not a buffet for breakfast. The bar is not premium as the vodka is Absolut, decent wines have to be purchased, and is the only island I have been to without Bacardi Rum which is run of the mill and not even premium. The activities included are kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving. However, the snorkels are borrowed for two hours at a time and are not brand new- there is a “snorkel rinse” on the pier. This activity was avoided for the obvious bio-hazard violation. The staff was friendly but slow in pace and comprehension. The best part of my week vacation was the weather and ocean- two things Beaches did not influence.

No complaints. Stayed on the beach for 4 days. If we stayed longer, we would have tried snorkeling and conch shell tour. Scoped it out to take kids. it is perfect for everyone. I can't wait to go back with kids.

Overall, the best vacation we've taken as a family. Wide variety of restaurants, pools & beach are great! Kids loved the waterpark area, xbox garage, and kid lounges. Swim up bars are a blast, tasty drinks. Ocean sports crew is great (hobie cat, paddle boards, snorkling, etc). Our kids are 11 & 13, so they avoided Sesame Street characters, which younger kids would love. I loved Cafe de Paris for latte's and other coffee drinks and pastries. We liked the buffet's better than the ala carte restaurants. While we loved it, here were some minor issues or tips we have for you all. We had wind/rain a couple of days (not in their control - and we just stayed in hot tub with drinks!). Shopping in Grace Bay sucked (don't bother). There is a resort exit we discovered near Bella Napoli where folks sell local crafts & clothing and jewelry (nothing high end). Wife and daughter got their hair braided on beach by Marie ($30 for half head, vs $62 inside resort at pool). Bring extra suntan lotion, it's expensive to buy. When leaving, get a couple of boxes at Bobby D's and load with pizza to bring to airport - only food available is wicked expensive. We didn't know departure center had lockers and showers - would have used if we knew. Oh, and if at water park you have anything (sunglasses, etc) they won't let you go down the water slide and won't let you put them in your pocket - you have to walk back down.

I started out researching a couple of different family oriented resorts across the Caribbean and came across Beaches due to its rave reviews. I have a 2 year old so it was important to find a resort that would fit the needs of a little one and provide all the fun activities and amenitiies to cater to that. We went in with some high expectations and we were not disappointed. Beaches Turks and Caicos is hands down the best all -inclusive resort that i have ever been to!! it had over 6 huge pools (only got to about 3 of them), 16 restaurants (2 of which are white glove adult only which my wife and I had the chance to visit one), kids water park (which my son visited every day), game room, nanny/daycare camp and so on. The daycamp was set up really well giving parents an opportunity to have some along time, whether it is to go snorkeling, get some sun or an evening dinner along). My son particularly loved the fact that we'd run into any one of the Sesame characters randomly throughout the day. He also loved the train ride, parades, sesame street shows, and unlimited cookies/ice cream. We got some great photo ops. Also want to mention how beautiful and clean the beaches were - soft white sand and clear blue pristine waters. We can't wait to go back next year!!

If you are a family with children or a group of friends. I strongly suggest staying on any beaches resort hotel. We enjoyed our time while staying at the French village. It's a bit far from the beach. Staff was polite and helpful. Our room was cleaned every day. Food was not too bad. There are a lot of activities to choose from. You can have as many drinks as you like. Evening times felt like one big party. We felt safe to walk around at night. There are security guard though the facilities. I really do not have negative feed back. Have fun if you plan to visit.

This was our first time at beaches and at Turks and Caicos. We were not disappointed. Right off the bat we were pleasantly surprised by being picked up from the airport. The guy there had our names and our room number. The hotel is a very short ride from the airport and check in was quick and efficient. The hotel was beautiful. The kids activities were awesome. The kids loved the water slides, lazy river, pools and game garage. Bobby Dee's was a big hit with the milkshakes and ice cream. My boys also loved the kids swim up bar. We were on a luxury suite in the Caribbean village. The room was renovated and overall very nice. The resort is large but very well laid out so it never takes long to get anywhere. The food is good, not great. Only real drawback is that you have to pay for wi-fi which is unacceptable in such an expensive place. The kids club looked like fun but we didn't really use it because we didn't want to separate our boys. It would be nice if they let families stay together. Our 4 year old couldn't join the 5-9 year old group and the 6 and 8 year old couldn't stay within the younger one. Finally another idea for the kids club is that they have outdoor movie nights by the pool or beach. That would be a big hit with the families and really easy to do. Otherwise a wonderful trip would definitely go back at some point.

wonderrful xmas vacation with the entire family! The stafff was wonderful! the resort was the best! Never felt the need to leave. Only negative was we were there for 5 days and that is not enough time to enjoy half of the amenities! Scuba diving, snorkeling, most water sports are included. Lots of fun and activities for the kids and adults!

Hotel / resort experience is very much like cruise. Once you are in, they make sure you stay in; a 10-mins cab ride costs $40! All activities are organized for you, which is great for the kids, but in the end doesn't allow for much of a real visit / view of the island, and all of its cays and beaches. Caribbean village is dated, compared to both others, room was very humid. Food, all included, was ok, not great. Service was not good. The island people were nice, but it was very much a 9 to 5 job for them. Dive center experience was very impersonal. I suspect wages are extremely low, and tipping should be an option to encourage and reward good service. Everything you buy, or that is organized is VERY expensive; for example, excursions are 50% more expensive than if you call directly the tour operator. In the end, location is wonderful, but we didn't feel it was as fulfilling as we had expected.

Perfect vacation for famaily with kids!!! Great restaurant and entertaintment....

Food is good plenty of options. Pools r nice jacuzzi r warm. Staff is helpful and escort u everywhere if u get lost. Clean grounds. Rooms are cleaned twice a day however double beds are full size n hard(French side). But otherwise OMG what r u waiting for just GO!!!!!!

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Located in Grace Bay within a mile (2 km) of Grace Bay Beach, Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Turtle Cove. This 758-room, 5-star resort has 10 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and a free water park. On the beach, the resort is also close to Coral Gardens Reef and Royal Flush Gaming Parlor.


Dining

Free breakfast is included with your stay. There are ample dining options with 20 onsite restaurants, including Marios, which specializes in Italian cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Barefoot by the Sea with its ocean views. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 758 rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and ceiling fans. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and video-game consoles, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Safes, phones, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.


Property features

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive features a full-service spa, 10 outdoor pools, and a free water park. Airport transportation is made easy with a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and concierge services. Other amenities at this all-inclusive resort include a nightclub, a children's pool, and a fitness center.

Room options

Honeymoon Suite (Caribbean Luxury Concierge Suite)

King 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 5

One Bedroom Suite (Caribbean Concierge Suite)

King 1 | Full 2 | Sleeps 5

Villa (Caribbean Two Bedroom Luxury Butler)

King 1 | Full 2 | Sleeps 8

Deluxe (Caribbean 2 Double)

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive

Everyone (3) Couples (3) Family (20) Friends (2)
5

excellent resort

Everyone

Resort had a huge variety of restaurants. All staff were extremely friendly. Only negative was we didn't find out about a great snorkeling spot you could walk to until we were leaving.

By on Feb 20, 2017

1

the concept of service its unknown to the staff

Everyone

We paid for concierge service. Even with that extra fair the service was pretty lousy. Our room had cockoroaches everywere. We had to call 3 times to our concierge before we could reach a mánager that would change us to a pest free room. At meal times, if you ask for something as simple as mayo, it could take 20mins for the waitress to get some. My 6 year old looked forward to go to the Kids Place to make new friends. At craft timé, all they did was handle the kids empty Xbox One boxes with the protective plástic frames inside, a little ducktape and some pompons to make "robots". At the beach, dont even dare to ask for a fresh coconut. Even though they grow on the hotel palmtrees, they are reserved for butler service rooms. The only thing worth it was the waterpark. Our kids could spend the whole day on the slides. And, of course, the beach (thanks mother nature).

By , from Miami, FL on Feb 20, 2017

4

butler service was great

Everyone

Food average, like a ship. Average. Stop making me say more on the review.

By on Oct 18, 2016

2

was just ok.

Families

Would not recommend this place. The front desk staff was not very warm and welcoming like other resorts that I have stayed at. Way over priced for what the overall experience.

By on Dec 7, 2015

5

family vacation

Families

Huge resort. Yet staff gives you their undivided attention. Many family with young children since the resort is associated with Sesame Street. Enough to do on the resort and never leave the property.

By on Jan 9, 2015

5

wonderful family resort

Families

Beaches Turks & Caicos provided for an excellent family vacation. We stayed in the Italian Village, which was spectacular. The beach was stunning and the resort provided numerous dining options and numerous amenities. My kids 14 and 11 (especially my 11 year old) thoroughly enjoyed the water park. Also, short walk to excellent reef site (Bight / Coral Gardens reef).

By on Jun 14, 2014

4

great family vacation

Families

Spent 5 days at Beaches, and it was a wonderful time.

By on Feb 18, 2014

3

great place besides the room!

Families

The resort with all the activities and staff were great. Hands down i would take the family back for that. The room was not good at all. We were misled with the so called "French quarters Luxury Honeymoon suite" which was no more then a double bed room with no balcony and retro fit wall hung AC system (which didnt work), leaking sink, poor water pressure, no room service (odd at an all inclusive resort) a refrigerator that had a compressor that rattled every time it went on, and finally no screen on a sliding glass door to get fresh air from my so called balcony which didnt exist. Otherwise the food, the entertainment, the activities, the staff, reception, departure all were great!!

By on Oct 26, 2013

5

best vacation ever!!

Families

My family stayed at Beaches Turks and Caicos July 7-11, 2013 and we had the best vacation ever!! My husband and I took our two daughters 5 and 11 and they didn't want to leave!! We stayed in the Italian Village with the kids bunks, the rooms were very spacious and clean. We did have a problem with some small ants in the kids room and were told that due to the amount of rain, they usually get ants. Outside of that problem, the vacation was a dream come true. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Shout out to Sean on the entertain team, Bryan that works at Bobby Dee's and Judy the bartender at the Italian Village, they went out of their way to make my girls have a good time. The Sesame Street characters were always spotted somewhere on the resort and lots of activities throughout the day were planned for the kids, if you wanted to take them to the cam. The nightly entertainment was great and the kids had a ball dancing on stage with the entertainment staff. The pools and grounds were beautiful as well as the beach, the water was the prettiest that I have ever seen. We didn't get to eat at all of the restaurants, but loved Reflections for breakfast, my daughter loved Bobby Dee’s for lunch, Schooners and Arizona’s were good for dinner. We will definitely be returning next year!!

By on Jul 17, 2013

4

nice family vacation

Families

I traveled with my husband and 18 month old daughter, and the reason we chose Beaches T&C was because of the family focus of the resort and the Camp Sesame (daycare) option included in the room rate. We had a great week and beautiful weather for 6 of the 7 days we were there. Some pluses and minuses. Pluses: many pool and beach options, so even though it's a huge resort, people are spread out (and we were there when it was a full house); absolutely beautiful location, gorgeous white sand beach and aquamarine water (fairly calm for ocean); scuba diving included, which my husband took advantage of for 3 days; shuttle to/from airport included; Camp Sesame included - my daughter LOVED going there... we used it for about 3 hours each day and had nice, adults only dinners for 5 of our 7 nights (we fed her beforehand at the buffet restaurant, but they also take the kids to dinner if you want). The best part is you can drop off and pick up at your kid whenever you want. Minuses: slow service (best staff were at Camp Sesame and our maid - other than that not overly impressed); loud party atmosphere at pools (major turnoff to have a loud dj and music -- this is a family resort); not a fan of buffet dinners, but I had to remind myself that it is a family resort, not the adults only all inclusive we are used to (buffets ended up working well for feeding our daughter... then we would do our adult dinners at the al a carte restaurants). Summary: If you are adults traveling, I would NOT recommend spending your $$ on Beaches given there are so many fabulous adult-only all inclusive resorts. If you are a family traveling, make sure you will maximize the Beaches amenities in order to get the bang for your buck because this place is not cheap. Have fun!

By on Mar 6, 2013