Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa in Turks and Caicos


ches Turks and Caicos prides itself on first-class experience. While offering a water park, fine dining, and pristine beach, the family adventures never run dry. Water Park With Surf Simulator, Dive Program, Family Oriented

Location of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
Lower Bight Rd, The Bight Settlement
Turks and Caicos

Nearest Airport: PLS

Amenities for Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Holiday
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I have had had many Caribbean vacations, but this was the best vacation ever. The staff was incredible. Everyone, including the grounds crew, cleaners, restaurants, front desk made us feel like they were there to ensure we had the best time possible, and they succeeded. We had two butlers Ainsworth and Ramono that were the frosting on the cake. We are a family of 8 and they made each of us feel like we were the only people there. We were in the Italian Village and the rooms were great. The grounds were extremely well maintained and the views were stunning. You would never know a hurricane had hit the island only four months earlier. I can't think of one thing that could have made our vacation better.

Dypersonius - Minneapolis, Minnesota

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We have been to all 3 of the Beaches properties as well as several of the Sandals properties and this is the first one to disappoint us. The good: Lots of dining options Many pools Beautiful beach Big water park The bad: Overpriced Resort is too big Too many buffets Impersonal Difficulty getting a chair at the Italian Village Pool and Arizona Pool

Colleen V

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This was our 2nd stay at Beaches TCI and both have been wonderful. Our first trip was two years ago and we stayed in a one bedroom concierge suite in Caribbean Village (non renovated). At the time we had a 3 year old and 16 month old and while the room was a bit musty, it fit our needs and was enough room. While on that trip my husband fell in love with the 2-bedroom luxury butler suites in Caribbean Village (I think they're called Seaside Suites now), so we splurged and did that this time. Oh man - these rooms are AH-MA-ZING! I will say the living room looks a little bigger online, but we had more than enough room for our family (5 year old, 3 year old, & 6 month old in crib). The best part is the ocean view, being able to walk out quickly to ocean or pool, and we were able to fit the crib into the living room bathroom, so we really made it a 3-bedroom suite! We toured the Italian Village rooms last trip and this suite seemed much more spacious and better deal for 2 bedroom walkout. The butlers completely spoiled us. If it is in your budget to get butler service and you're trying to decide if its worth it, give it a try!! Granted, it is going to be hard on our next vacation without Kenomar and PG!! They made our vacation one we will never forget! They really went above and beyond to make sure we were happy and anticipated our needs. KIDS CLUB (Camp Sesame): They have different camps for different age groups. They do actually leave the playroom to do different activities. If you have an infant, the "mini" Camp Sesame is located on the far side of Key West (The other kids club is in Caribbena Village). It was a bit of a haul for us but completely worth it! Our baby was pretty much the only baby in there the entire time! He received way more attention then he gets at home! We loved having that option and being able to swim and do beach time with big kids. We would also drop all three in the evening a couple of times so that we could do date night. POOLS: We were super close the Caribbean Village pool and that's were we spent the majority of our time. It draws a much more laid back crowd than the Italian Pool. We did spend 2 days at the Italian pool to mix it up, but our kids just liked the other one better. FOOD: For breakfast we liked all of our experiences buffets at Reflections, Mario's, Bayside and liked Mario's the best. We loved the buffet at Arizona's for lunch (pork tacos were great) and the cheeseburgers from Bobby Dee's were a hit my kids and husband. For dinner, we loved the hibachi at Kimonos, sushi at Soy, and I was pretty obsessed with the flourless chocolate cake at Schooners. ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT: Loyalty and Travel was pretty horrible. We have never been invited to an any "welcome back" events, even though this is was our 4th stay with the Sandals/Beaches chain. Not that big of a deal, but it's nice to feel appreciated when spending that amount of money more than once with the same company. Also, we tried to rebook for next year and it was going to be an extra $2K for the same room on the same week. They didn't really seem to be willing to do anything to try to get our repeat business. Also, PLEASE make a ramp for strollers on the way to the Camp Sesame for babies! It is kind of crazy that there is no way to get to the place to take babies without taking some amount of stairs. We were there 7 days and never found a way to get there without stairs. All in all, we had an amazing time and I wouldn't hesitate to book if you have it in your budget!


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This was our 5th trip to the Turks but our first to Beaches Turks and Caicos. The property is massive and takes a couple days to acclimate yourself. At nearly $1,000 per night, we were very disappointed in this property. We expected much more. The property has very nice grounds and a large beachfront. It was absolutely packed with people. We like to eat good food and unfortunately we were quite disappointed with the food at Beaches. All inclusive here unfortunately simply means you overpay and prepay for substandard food out of a box. Very few things if anything are homemade and our hot meals were served at room temperature or cold. The breakfast at Mario’s wasn’t bad but the dinners were sorely lacking. Even the ice cream wasn’t good. The drinks all seemed watered down and no top shelf alcohol was available. The pizza was good and really the lone savior in the food department. This place caters to the kids but I think it’s way way overpriced for what you actually receive. This is NOT a value by any means. Profit margin seems to be the only thing they care about at Beaches. Service levels and response times were lacking as well. We stayed in the French Village and our room seemed very subpar, dated, tired and in need of some love. We will return to the Turks but we will not be returning to Beaches. Too many other great places to visit.

NYCtraveler201818 - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We met Theon at the Crickets bar and lounge, he makes THE BEST drinks and even had the pastry chef make me fresh baked chocolate chip cookies!!!! The resort is beautiful, everyone is friendly and the food is great!

Kamini R

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