Beaches all-inclusive resorts are the family-friendly version of Sandals couples-only resorts, and certainly the Beaches Turks and Caicos resort could hardly be more family friendly, with a happy relaxed atmosphere and an exceptional supply of activities. It’s a huge resort, spread over 75 acres, and divided into four distinct villages — a golf-buggy hitch-a-ride system helps to make it easy to move around. There are a total of 19 restaurants among the four villages, with dining options ranging from Parisian cuisine and teppanyaki grill, to a wood-fired pizzeria, and fresh seafood at the beach-front Schooners Restaurant, the resort’s finest. And the weekly late-night chocolate buffet is not to be missed.
Each of the four villages has its own distinct style, so you can choose according to your holiday preferences. Key West Village, the newest addition, has the resort’s only apartment-style accommodation, and has a more quiet and laid-back feel — it’s also closest to the beach, and has the best beach-front dining. Italian Village is the most central and tends to be the hub of resort activity, so can be noisy, but it does have the best family accommodation. Caribbean Village has the most authentic Caribbean feel, with low-rise brightly-painted stucco villas, and also has the most activities for family fun, while French Village is closest to the resort’s amenities, but is the only area without direct beach access. Overall the resort offers an incredible array and choice, along with a real taste of luxury.