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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
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Reviewed February 10, 2014

We booked this trip with some friends who really didn't know anything about the Beaches/Sandals resorts and we just "went along". Four adults, no children in our party. After a week at this beautiful resort, we decided the Sandals resorts might suit us better. That being said, we had a wonderful time, ate at every restaurant, loved the expansive grounds and lovely beach. Service was friendly and attentive -- happy to recommend this resort!

Room Tip: We stayed in the French Village-though not on the beach, it was peaceful and roomy--no noise other than a rooster each morning!
  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Ballroomdancer39
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

We visited here with our family ranging from age 64 to 6 months, there was something for everyone, the teens enjoyed game room and teen activities, along with younger ones they all enjoyed pool and water park and the swim up milkshake bar. The children's shows were great.
Food and service were exceptional as was the beach. Would recommend this for multigenerational vacation, even there many children there, there are also areas where adults can get away for some quite time. The water sports are readily available.

Room Tip: The Italian Village is probably our favorite.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank Mary Ann B
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

We just returned from our first trip to Beaches, Turks & Caicos and the only way to describe our experience is AMAZING. From start to finish.

Based on previous experiences, we weren't necessarily the biggest fans of the all-inclusive concept. We love to travel and love the idea of getting out an exploring. However, with two little children in tow (4.5 yrs and 22 months), trying to map out everything from how to get around to where to eat dinner, to unfamiliar babysitters sounds like more of a "trip" than a "vacation".

After several families from our town recommended Beaches, we decided to give it a try. It was everything we had heard -- and more.

After reading review after review on Trip Advisor we decided to book our stay with Mike McHugh from Dream Makers Vacation Services. Their service was spectacular and Mike had so much experience / points of wisdom on this particular property - from which village to stay in, to which room type to choose, to whether we needed to bring a stroller (no, not really), he made the entire planning process easy & seamless. When we arrived, we were immediately taken to the "Concierge Office" for a private "check-in" where they offered us drinks and gave our kiddos some "welcome cookies". The property manager came to meet with us on behalf of Mike and his team and explained that they were able to upgrade our room from a Deluxe King to a one bedroom suite with a kitchenette and a stocked bar. She continued to check on us several times throughout the week and Mike even emailed us mid-week to say he'd been in touch with the manager and knew that we were having but fun but to let him know if there was anything we needed during our stay. Amazing service all around -- I would DEFINITELY recommend starting your amazing vacation with a call to Mike.

As far as the hotel goes - it was as though a team of researchers got together to dream up ANYTHING a family could possibly want and then found a way to make it happen. 50's diners with a swim-up soda/ice cream fountain for kids? Absolutely. Parades with carnivale costumes and marching bands? Of course. Chocolate fountains? X Box studios? Surfing simulators? DJ Academy? Cotton candy machines? Cooking making with Cookie monster? Japanese teppanyaki restaurant with flying knives and singing chefs? Kids train rides from one village to another? Water park with water slides for all ages? Cabanas? Private beach dining? Sure to all of it. With NO additional fees.

Needless to say, our kids were in heaven. Even the 4.5 yr old who had seemingly been beyond the days of Sesame Street was in LOVE with the characters and pleaded to go to the different activities - sometimes with us, sometimes as part of the camp on his own. He took a particular liking for Maxine and is STILL asking for her. Their love of the kids camp made leaving them there for bits of week a much easier decision. And I actually got to READ A BOOK. Two of them. I don't think I've been able to do that on vacation in years!!

Because there are four separate villages, 19 restaurants and 10+ pools, we still had the feeling of "exploring" - each day was entirely different and it never felt old.

Is this the place I'd go if my husband and I were going on a romantic trip with just the two of us? Maybe not (though we met plenty of couples who were there with no children and there were many ways to "escape" to quiet corners of the resort for a more relaxing/romantic vacation) but for a family vacation this one of the best options I can imagine. All four of us felt we had a "dream" vacation, each different and unique in its own way - tailored to what was of the most interest to each of us. Everyone had fun. We had lots of family together time. All sorts of new adventures. AND Mommy and Daddy had a real chance to relax, rejuvenate and catch up. It doesn't get any better.

Needless to say, we have already booked our return trip for next year. Our 4 year old has asked us to make a "count down" calendar. If only he knew how many more months of winter we have to get through first!

Our heartfelt thanks to Mike at Dream Makers, Cynthia (resort manager), Maxine (Sesame Street Camp), and the entire Beaches team. It was one for the memory books....

Room Tip: We stayed in the Caribbean Village which is older but closest to the ocean. We had an upgraded room that had a second room and a kitchenette which was a lovely bonus. We've planned to stay in the same location next year (though we have requested a room closer to the Italian Village / Sesame Street Camp to be a bit more centrally located. Our other choice was a first floor room in the French Village. We loved the atmosphere of this village (and the great coffee and croissants in the morning at Cafe de Paris) but there are no balcony's so you'd want to be on the first floor in order to have access to the outside.
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled with family
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8  Thank ColdinChicago2014
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

Visited beaches back in 2002 and property has gotten bigger and remains an incredible vacation spot. Unbelievably amazing beach and crystal clear water. Tons of pools with all different feels and energies. Extremely friendly staff, though desk/concierge staff and gift shop staff were only ones stood out as below par. Majority of employees understand how valuable tourism is to the country. Mostly very good restaurants lots of variety. Great water park, has grown tremendously since 2002 visit. Large complex but really not hard to walk around to any location, work off the food and drink too. If you are planning a trip, highly recommend tripguy.com and specifically Fayette Toren as your travel agency and agent. Fourth time I've chosen them/her with trips to beaches and sandals and simply the best. Such a staunch advocate for her clients and will make sure you are happy!! Expert on all inclusive properties and no extra cost to you.

While anyone can find some faults in any property and you'll always encounters situations that can go wrong or things to improve, not many faults @Beaches Turks.

Happy to answer any questions about any specifics.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled with family
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8  Thank riz33
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

I went there with my family and we enjoyed it a lot. The beach is very nice and the rooms too. The pools where disgusting and the waiters would throw leftover drinks to it, the restaurants, even though there are about 19 of them, they all serve the same food. We had troubles with the management since they where charging us 3 rooms instead of 2. Apart from all these complains it is a nice place to go to Turks and Caicos IF you have kids and are looking for an all-inclusive, if your requirements are others I recommend you choose another nearby hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2014
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4  Thank cotekc
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