Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
Designed for families who are eager to spend some time together and reconnect and recharge, Beaches is is the largest resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands with much to see and do.
The resort boasts four unique villages within the 93-acre property, each reflecting a distinct architecture and ambience: Italy, France, the Caribbean, and Key West. Accommodation is hotel-style throughout, with the exception of the newest addition, Key West Village, where you will find luxurious multibedroom condo-style lodgings. Choose from 21 dining options property-wide: to name but a few, there is the more formal Japanese Kimono’s as well as a sushi restaurant, Soy. For a French flair, try Le Petite Chateau.
Enjoy one of the two Red Lane spas, both with a full spa menu, or head to the waterfront to enjoy a myriad of water sports and activities, including scuba diving. Kids, tweens, and teens find a children’s park, water slides, a swim-up soda bar, and even an amazing teen-and-tween disco called Liquid. This is the Sandals flagship resort, with a helpful staff and excellent amenities. Note that nonguests can buy day passes from 10 am to 6 pm and night passes from 6 pm to 2 am for access to all facilities, restaurants, and the water park. Passes start at $520/adult, and are issued based on availability.