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Beach House Turks and Caicos in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
Beach House Turks and Caicos wants to start a movement – from now on, a boutique hotel should provide unexpected bits of pampering to make a beach holiday totally carefree. It should stock each suite's refrigerator with the guest’s favorite foods. It should be on hand to arrange once-in-a-lifetime diving expeditions to some of the world’s best coral reefs, but remain gracefully unobtrusive to privacy-seekers on the idyllic flour-white sand of Grace Bay. The anything-you-want atmosphere here is why guests keep coming back.
Concoct your own breakfast of fresh-picked pumelos and starfruit to enjoy on your sunny terrace. Listen to the breeze rustle through the sand dunes on your way to a placid turquoise sea. Float and forget time. As the sky goes dark and the stars come out, pop champagne and savor coconut herb mahi-mahi at an oceanfront table for two amid the flickering glow of tiki torches.
Location of Beach House Turks and Caicos
Nearest Airport: PLS
Amenities for Beach House Turks and Caicos
- General Information
- 21 Suites
- Poolside Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Terraces
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Beach House Turks and Caicos
We had the most relaxing trip ever. All we did was eat, sleep, drink, and go to the beach. There is no better beach in the world and the service at the Beach House was exceptional! We stayed in a room named 'Calmed' and within a day, we were! Our room was right off the beach. Within 50 yards, we could step there from our back door (and enjoy our reserved lounge chairs, also named 'Calmed.') Plus, the 21-room hotel has NO kids and is now inclusive (more about that later). We were greeted with a wine and fruit. Our room fridge was always filled with water and other drinks. Besides the excellent food at Kitchen 218, every staff member is there to make your vacation exquisite - DeWayne, Francisco, everyone! They truly are special and I had tears in my eyes leaving my new 'family.' Everyone particularly went out of their way for Valentine's Day. Besides having a great day at the beach, we were invited to a fantastic Valentine's Meal by Chef Jason (who really went all out!), complete with Champagne and a Red Rose. After the great repast, we found another Red Rose on our bed with Chocolates. So wonderful! A few negatives should be mentioned. Unfortunately, you cannot eat at Kitchen 218 every day. (They are off Tuesdays and Thursdays.) You can eat at the Sister Hotels, Blue Haven and Alexandra. (You must take a shuttle - which was not as frequent as last year. We either had to wait a bit or share the ride with others and ended up standing or squeezed together.) The food at both hotels wasn't good. Blue Haven was better - the server really tried, but the kitchen disappointed her. (We stayed at Blue Haven last year and were not happy with the food then either. We were especially upset that the meal cost so much then and was really inferior.) The meal at Alexandra was really bad, as was the service. If that's the dining alternatives, you need to fix those restaurants! I know that the hotels have just gone 'inclusive,' but changes need to be made so that the guests can take better advantage of this 'perk.' The type of liquor served at each hotel was a different quality - and the Beach House actually had the most inferior brands according to my hubby. They should either be consistent across the three hotels, or being that the Beach House is the most premier, the best should be served there. (It doesn't make any sense.) There are still some kinks to the whole inclusive change and maybe the hotels should be marketed differently... Another suggestion is having a daily special at the restaurants (including the one on the beach). There could be similar dishes, for example, but with different sauces, or whatever. Otherwise, you could almost memorize the menu! Just altering a dish or two, or having a daily special, would really be great. (It would also have been great if the chef had a cooking class - I know my hubby would have loved that!) If these changes are made, a vacation at the Beach House would be absolutely perfect. We loved our stay at the Beach House. Besides the beautiful surroundings and room, the staff made our vacation terrific! We also love the new Hotel Dog, Toby!
dotters - Atlanta, GA 30062
Spent 7 days in the butler house & OMG! Romano & Ainsworth made it even more special. Need a cambana,special reservation, food to beach, just had to ask. Make sure to ask for them until we return next 2 years.
Bev M - Maryville, Missouri, United States
My husband and I just came back from staying at The Beach House. I donâ€™t normally post reviews but I had to this time because our trip was so beautiful. Weâ€™ve traveled around the Caribbean and enjoy the ease of â€śall inclusiveâ€ť and usually stay in one. The Beach House is â€śAdults Onlyâ€ť as well. PERFECT!!! No screaming kids to listen to. We have three children and enjoy the quiet when we go away without them. The room (more like an apartment) is so comfortable. The deck facing the beach is huge and it includes a daybed!! That ended up being my favorite spot. It was so nice to take naps on that daybed- listening to the waves and feeling the breeze. The food was so good too! Iâ€™ve never had such good food at an all inclusive before!! Chef Jason is well trained and puts out a fabulous meal, breakfast, lunch and dinner. You canâ€™t go wrong! Dorothy and Sherman at the beach bar always have a smile ready for you. DeWayne will do anything for you, including drive you to the store if your sunscreen was taken away from you at security in the airport (oooops). Literally every staff member I met were so kind and accommodating. There are only 21 rooms at The Beach House so they become like family. The Beach itself was spectacular (Grace Bay Beach is usually ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world) and our comfortable â€śpodsâ€ť were awesome. Service on the beach too. There is absolutely nothing missing. They even came around with cool scented washcloths....ahhhhhhh My husband and I will definitely be back. We have found our home away from home âť¤ď¸Ź
What a vacation Beach House Resort is by far the most beautiful and relaxing place in the CARIBBEAN THE staff starting with Chef Jason the best meals ever he is so passionate about his cooking and always so personable and friendly and of course the Shermanator who invented the drink his name is Sherman he and Rodger keep the beach immaculate Everyone is so friendly and Vianel the manager is so cool on top of everything. And Dewayne always friendly hello and positive vibes. Wow can't wait to return I will recommend Beach House to all my friends let's not forget Toby the pet dog on property Best vacation ever I'll be back
I almost hesitate to write this review, for fear that The Beach House may be unavailable the next time we travel to T&C - but this little gem deserves high praise! On previous visits to Provo we have stayed at Grace Bay Club (twice), Windsong, and the Tuscany. This time we decided to try the Beach House and it was truly outstanding in every way. PROS: BEACH:The best beach on the island - wide beach, soft white sand, luxurious lounge chairs and umbrellas. Excellent cocktail and lunch service by the friendly Sherman - always smiling, always a kind word. ROOM: Our room was a King oceanfront suite with a fully stocked fridge, maid service twice daily, very clean and quiet. There are only 21 suites at the Beach House and the resort markets itself as "Adults Only" so the pool, beach, restaurants and grounds enjoy a spa-like atmosphere of peaceful relaxation. After a few days, you start to recognize the other guests and greet each other at breakfast or while enjoying a cocktail before dinner. FOOD: The resort is all-inclusive which brings to mind bland buffets of dreadful inexpensive food. Not here! Breakfast is served poolside in their chic restaurant Kitchen 218. You are presented each morning with a cloth napkin and a leather-bound menu of choices including french-pressed coffee, custom omelettes, fresh melon and berries, bakery items, etc. The cappuccino was delicious and every dish was served with a smile by the lovely Sandy or sweet Joanna. Lunch is served at the beach restaurant - barefoot and casual, but the menu choices include conch fritters, jerk chicken wraps, fresh salads, plus the cocktail of the day. All alcoholic beverages are included also. I enjoyed a glass or two of the excellent Chardonnay every day, while my husband loved the rum punch. You can also choose to have your lunch brought to your chair on the beach. Dinner is back at Kitchen 218. The restaurant is beautifully lit each evening with lanterns and candles, and the food is delicious. They are closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays (Fish Fry). Dining privileges are shared with their sister properties, Blue Haven and Alexandria, so we decided to try Fire & Ice at Blue H for dinner one night but were not impressed. CHARM: This is where the Beach House captured my heart. All of the above: the beach, the room, the food, etc. are meaningless unless the resort's staff appear happy, and seem to truly care about your vacation and your happiness. "This is your house" and "what can I do for you today?" were phrases I heard many times during our stay, and always with a genuine smile. It also doesn't hurt that the resort has adopted a happy, playful puppy named Toby as its resident ambassador of goodwill. CONS The only improvement that we would love to see is the addition of better quality alcohol and a larger selection of beer. In summary - we have been married for 27 years and look forward to our annual getaways from the New York winters. Our favorite Caribbean resort is the lovely Cap Juluca in Anguilla. On our flight home from Provo yesterday, I told my husband that, while CJ has always been at the top of my list, The Beach House is now running at a very close second. It is truly heaven on earth.
fisher632014 - Red Bank, New Jersey