Resort: Beaches Turks And Caicos
Location: Turks & Caicos
* All inclusive resort for families
* Great beach, numerous pools, pirates waterpark for kids
* Three distinct areas (French, Caribbean & Italian Villages)
* Numerous room categories to choose from
* Special activities for all ages
* Children under two stay free
Beaches Turks & Caicos Video Tour:
Food & Drink:
Reflections – International buffet with theme nights. Smoking not permitted. No reservations required. Dress code: Casual.
Arizona’s – Southwestern restaurant. Smoking not permitted. No reservations required. Dress code: Resort casual.
Schooner’s – Seafood restaurant. No reservations required. Dress code: Resort casual.
Sapodilla’s – Gourmet restaurant. Children not permitted. Reservations are required. Dress code: Resort evening attire.
Kimonos – Asian restaurant with Teppanyaki-style cuisine prepared at your table by an entertaining chef. Reservations required.
Guiseppe’s & Mario’s – Italian restaurants. Reservations are not required.
Le Petit Château – Gourmet French restaurant for adults. Reservations are not required. Dress code: Resort evening attire.
Bobby D’s – 50’s diner. No reservations required. Dress code: Casual.
Café de Paris – Café located in the heart of the French Village featuring a wide selection of delicious French pastries, coffees, baguettes, and soft ice cream. No reservations required. Dress code: Casual.
Numerous bars serving premium drinks
Mini fridge in rooms stocked with snacks and drinks
Beaches Turks And Caicos Review:
A highly rated all inclusive resort for families. There are all sorts of activities for kids of all ages including a waterpark, a kids hideout with lots of games, and a nightclub designed for teenagers. For the parents, there is a babysitting service along with restaurants just for adults.
The beach is great for all ages because it is generally shallow and calm. There is good snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities nearby. If you want to go on scuba trips, sign up as soon as possible since some weeks have more scuba interested guests than others.
The resort is broken into three areas with the Caribbean Village being the older section, the French Village being the moderately priced area, and the Italian Village being the newest and most expensive part of the resort. No matter where you stay, you have access to all pools and restaurants.
The food is good with many choices throughout the resort. Try to make reservations for the more popular restaurants as soon as you arrive. The portions and drinks are small, but you can always order more.