Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
With a stay at Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive in Providenciales (Grace Bay), you’ll be convenient to Coral Gardens Reef and Grace Bay Beach. This 5-star resort is within close proximity of Royal Flush Gaming Parlor and Salt Mills Plaza.
Make yourself at home in one of the 758 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Satellite programming and video-game consoles are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and coffee/tea makers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 10 outdoor swimming pools, a nightclub, and a complimentary water park. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and complimentary babysitting/childcare.
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the resort’s dining establishments, which include 20 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 15 bars/lounges. A complimentary breakfast is included.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Planning an event in Providenciales? This resort has facilities measuring 5600 square feet (520 square meters), including a conference center. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
How to Get There
This was our first trip to Turks and Caicos and a Beaches Resort. Overall, we had a great experience.
We stayed in the French Village, at the recommendation of our travel agent. If we do go back, we will definitely stay at another village. It was very far from the beach. There are no balconies and the rooms are in need for updating. Considering how much you pay to stay at this resort, the room was very underwhelming. Also, day to day the housekeepers only a did the bed and emptied the trash. The floors were not swept and the bathroom was not cleaned.
The French Village did have the best pool.
There are a ton of food options but the food was hot and miss, mostly miss. We enjoyed Mario’s In the Italian village, Le Petit Château in the French Village for dinner, and Barefoot by the Beach for lunch and dinner.
The staff is very friendly and courteous.
The best part of this resort is the beach. The water is crystal clear in the sand is soft. There’s no shortage of tears by the beach.
We did not travel with any kids however there is no shortage of activities for children and it’s a great resort for family.
Overall, a fabulous, relaxing vacation.
Stayed late February, at first size of resort was intimidating. After a day we found out it was quite manageable and added to the experience with so many great options to spend your day. The stand outs for us were
-The Beach (especially down by the jerk shack) beautiful,calm, lots of seating, simply stunning.
-The French Pool
Massive, warm, relaxed atmosphere, great splash pool and gradation changes for the little ones.
-The Water Park
Pirates island is a kids dream. Water slides, splash pad, ice cream, burger diner, game hall, surf simulator, Mac and cheese truck.
Kind, Polite, and helpful!
Shout outs to the scuba team Jaques and Happy
Alexis who looked after our rooms was a lovely lady!
Simply put this was the best Family vacation we have ever had, our family is not made of money and we do realize this is an expensive getaway but in our opinion it was worth every penny.
Share a room to save costs if need be. You won’t spend much time there other than to sleep. We stayed in the Caribbean pine clay villas, the one bedroom two balcony with a double trundle bed. We had 4 of us.
We just returned from our 6th visit to Beaches Turks and Caicos (2008, 2010, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2019). This was our first visit since the hurricane impacted the island, so we were not sure what to expect. We were amazed to find that as with every previous visit, the Beaches team finds a way to make more and more enhancements to make our stay even more enjoyable. Congratulations to GM Jamie and his team for staying on the top of their game.
Room - We stayed in Room 3203. This is a beachfront room located on the second floor of the lower side of the Italian Village. We were very graciously upgraded to this room due to our Sandals Select status and man was it impressive. A large balcony overlooking the water, connected to a large room with a king bed and day bed with trundle. This was adjoined by a large bathroom with walk in shower and separate tub and then a separate kids room with two bunk beds and another trundle. Had we known that we would have this much room we may have brought more friend to share it with. We have always been very comfortable in the Caribbean Village, but truly enjoyed this room. Thank you to Luke and the entire Loyalty team.
Beach - The beach was as good as we have ever seen it. One on our previous visits a small storm came through and washed away much of the beach. It never really recovered until now as it appeared that the team did much work to get it in shape after the hurricane. The biggest change is that instead of the palapas for shade most had been replaced by umbrellas. Not quite as tropical as before, but they certainly provided the shade needed. We usually got to the beach around 8am each day and never had any problem finding a place to sit.
Pools - Our favorite place for an afternoon break from the beach is still the Italian pool. Our kids (ages 11 and 7) loved the water park as our youngest is really starting to enjoy water slides. The new ice cream truck (located near the splash park) and the Mac N Cheese truck (located just off the water park) were a hit, The shakes and frozen yogurt was outstanding and we loved both the Crab and Chick Parm Mac n Cheese offerings. We usually went to the Italian pool around 2-3pm each afternoon and never had a problem finding a place to set our stuff while we enjoyed the pool.
Grounds - The biggest change was most likely all of the landscaping around the resort. While it looked like a few trees were lost in the hurricane, there was nothing major missing that we could see. It appeared that they spent much time and money planting even more tropical plants and flowers that before which made the resort even more beautiful. The crew was out every morning tending to something to continue to make the place look and feel impeccable.
Bars - What can I say, Turks Head Light please? Glad I brought a few home with me :-). The staff at the bars was great as usual. It is amazing that we hadn't been there since 2017 yet there were a few who recognized us right away. Got to give a shout out to Jeneboy and Andrew at the Italian swim up bar, as well as the resident master Bishop who now works the Caribbean swim up bar (why, why, why not?). They were always working faster and harder than they should with a smile on their faces (despite not working for tips). Their drinks were perfect every time and we never went thirsty.
Restaurants - Where to begin? There are so many to choose from and frankly in a 7 night stay you cannot possible hit them all. The Jerk Shack is a must for lunch as the Jerk Chicken and Pain Killer (drink) are spot on. Not to mention they have the coldest beer on the resort. Kirk at Arizonas was great to work with both during lunch and dinner one night. We stick with buffets in the morning (Italian and Caribbean) and keep it pretty casual for lunch (Arizonas, Pizza or Jerk Shack). Barefoot was great for dinner as was Schooners on Valentine's Day.
Extras - Meckisha (Shapshots) hadn't taken our picture in over 2 years but stopped us on the resort to say hello. We worked with Mandela for our usual family sunset pics and were pleased with the results. Where else can you spend $300 for family pics in such a beautiful location (amount based on the number of photos we chose). The Loyalty Desk was there to help us look into our next trip (with a nice discount) and we are happy to be currently counting down (around 330 days to go) until our next visit to Beaches T&C.
Summary - We've been to plenty of other islands and plenty of other resorts (including Beaches and Sandals properties) and few compare to Beaches Turks and Caicos. When we are welcomed home by the team each time we return it truly does feel like home.
Stayed in newly renovated caribbean village rooms right between beach and pool. Much nicer than last year, though layout a bit more cramped, but definitely prefer the new renovation. Beautiful and convenient location, especially given the upgraded room decor and bathrooms. Rooms turned over 2x daily with plentiful and soft towels and friendly service. The beach and included watersports options are just amazing. Adult-only (16+) restaurant food and service were great. Breakfast service and food at buffets generally fresh and quite good. But definitely not 5-star. I really appreciate the plentiful and fresh fruits and salads at all meals; they are trying their best having guests use hand sanitizer and with staff serving most food at buffets and salad bars. Bartenders friendly, pools and resort were very clean and looked after. There was an ant situation outside our room and they took care of this very promptly. Most staff is friendly, most staff are trying very hard. airport transfer there easy and fast; trip back via airport not so much (try to avoid saturday afternoon departures if at all possible) cons: Had two negative experiences associated with the kids club (one counselor said something deragatory to me about my child that i felt was unwarranted, though I never said anything because I wasn't bringing my child back this year anyway), and the other was a discrepancy between manager and staff's understanding of how many counselors there needed to be for the number of campers during OCEAN swims. This led us to not use the camp durning mornings where there were ocean activities. Only other issue for me was a staff member who offered poor service and then tried to get me to review his service (even as I left the restaurant). This made me annoyed and uncomfortable.
overall: will probably go back because of ease and convenience and family-friendly atmosphere, decent and plentiful fresh food, plus can't beat that beach (and the jerk shack!).
We have been to Beaches three times now and each visit has been better than the last. What started as a last minute choice over three years ago has turned into an annual trip that highlights our year. Beautiful beaches, wonderful pools, activities for the kids, and most importantly friendly and helpful people everywhere you turn. Paulett, the Director of Guest Services, has been so kind and accommodative with any requests we’ve had - and Fedeline has been so helpful with planning activities and babysitters (Kimone is amazing...our kids ask about her all year!). After traveling many times with younger children, we couldn’t recommend a better place for families.