Review of Beaches Resort – Turks and Caicos

by GO GlobeHopper

Beaches Resort in Turks and Caicos is an all-inclusive vacation haven, ideal for family getaways. This exceptional resort is comprised of five distinct villages, each reflecting the style and ambiance of Italy, France, the Caribbean, and Key West. It is equipped with a 45,000-square-foot waterpark, 21 gourmet restaurants offering a variety of global cuisines, a stunning 12-mile beach with clear turquoise waters, and 10 impressive pools. The resort is set on Grace Bay, which has been voted the World’s #1 Best Beach.

Accommodations at Beaches Resort vary from luxury rooms to exclusive suites. The Suite Concierge Service, available for concierge-level rooms and suites, includes amenities such as mahogany four-poster beds, sitting areas, full baths, a fully stocked in-room bar, and his and her robes. For the utmost in luxury, the resort offers Butler Service in its highest level of suites, ensuring a superior standard of service and luxury. Additionally, the Together Nest Suites® are tailored for both couples and families, featuring fine details, world-class amenities, and personal butler or concierge service.

The dining options are extensive, with 21 gourmet restaurants catering to every taste, ranging from French cuisine to diner favorites. There are also food trucks by the waterpark offering snacks like mac & cheese and ice cream.

For activities, the resort is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts and offers the most comprehensive resort diving program. The Pirates Island Waterpark is a highlight for families, featuring waterslides, pools, water cannons, whirlpools, and a SurfStream® Surf Simulator. An exclusive partnership with Sesame Street® provides unique experiences for children, and there are tailored activities for kids of all ages, ensuring they are always well-supervised. For teens and adults, there’s a hotspot for socializing and entertainment, with events and activities that cater to all ages.


  • family-friendly environment
  • excellent pools
  • friendly staff
  • abundance of food and alcohol


  • the beach is ideal for long walks but gets crowded.
  • the resort itself can feel overcrowded, particularly around the Italian pool
  • despite the abundance of food options, the quality can be lacking in certain restaurants
  • guests require patience as staff favors a relaxed “island time” atmosphere
  • items in the shops are very pricey

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