Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort is made up of four different villages, and each provides their own unique all-inclusive experience.
Beaches offers the perfect getaway for couples wishing for privacy and romance. Other parts of the resort provide quick and easy access for families to the waterpark, restaurants and nightclubs.
No matter which village you choose, you will never be more than a few steps from beautiful Grace Bay Beach.
Everything revolves around the Italian Village: this village features the resort’s largest pool. There is also a swim-up bar and a swimming area created especially to be the perfect playground for toddlers.
The Caribbean Village has a true Caribbean feel, with low-rise, colorful stucco villas, and plenty of blooming flowers.
While the French Village has the magnificent water park, the Caribbean Village offers organized activities and games for the whole family. This includes pool volleyball, basketball, life-size chess, and even yoga classes on the beach at dawn.
There is a pizzeria for lunch or fine dining and fresh fish at Schooners Seafood Grill.
The stretch of beach in front of the The Caribbean Village is closest to excellent off-shore snorkeling.
The French Village is closest to Pirates’ Island—one of the largest water parks in the Caribbean, where your kids can happily play all day. The pool here is almost as big as giant pool in the Italian Village.
The French Village is also close to the Beaches stage, which offers a variety of shows almost every evening.
If you are a coffee lover, the French Village is home to the Café de Paris, a French-style patisserie that’s also the one spot in the entire resort where you’ll find a real cappuccino.
Key West Village
Key West Village features apartment-style accommodations, including a kitchen, a washer, and a dryer. It’s also the closest part of the resort to Grace Bay Beach, and the village restaurant overlooks the beach.