A Look at Three of Turks and Caicos’ Best All-Inclusive Resorts
Turks and Caicos is the ideal Caribbean retreat. Made up of 40 islands, only eight of which are inhabited, this British Overseas Territory offers visitors the perfect combination of sun, sand, and sea.
Host to some of the most exquisite scenery and diving in the world, including the world’s only conch farm, these islands offer something for everyone.
It’s no wonder, then, that this previously unknown wonderland is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, drawing around 200,000 tourists a year, or that there are hundreds of hotels and resorts dotted throughout these islands.
So, how do you pick the right one for you?
Here, we look at three of the best all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos.
A self-described ‘boutique resort’, this resort most definitely lives up to expectation.
Offering visitors the choice of 21 suites of one or two bedrooms, these areas range from 1,150 to 1,580 square feet, meaning you get a lot of bang for your buck.
Located on the renowned Grace Bay Beach, which has been voted the second best beach in the world, this resort has a luxurious feel.
Amenities include pamper pods assigned to individual suites, two restaurants (the gourmet Kitchen 218 and the more relaxed Beach Deck), a large pool, weekly movie nights, and nearby shopping plazas, meaning you’ll be entertained for the duration of your trip.
Offering a typical all-inclusive package, which includes accommodation, all food and drink, the use of the gym, non-motorised watersports, complimentary bicycles and a 15% discount on spa treatments, it offers a lot to guests. The on-site guest services team can also book excursions for those wanting to explore the islands.
And, from 2018, it will become an adults-only resort, making it the perfect choice for couples wanting to get away from it all.
This resort is family-friendly and more suited to larger groups wanting to spend some quality time together.
With 35 suites and 16 guest rooms, offering one, two and three bedrooms, this resort has a more relaxed feel.
One of the newest resorts on Providenciales, this offers the only on-site marina and private beach on the island, meaning you have access to a protected swimming area and can dock your yacht if you’re lucky enough to own one!
It also boasts an infinity pool, swim up bar and two restaurants, as well as the Sandpiper Kids Club meaning parents can get some me-time.
Blue Haven also offers the Market, a gourmet grocery shop, and cafe, for those wanting to cook a meal for themselves in their accommodation.
Guests can use the gym, spa (for an additional fee) and watersports, as well as relax around the fire pits in the evenings.
The most affordable all-inclusive deal on this list, the Alexandra is the perfect choice for those wanting luxury without breaking the bank.
Again located on Grace Bay beach, this resort offers a large pool, swim up bar and watersports.
With 90 rooms to choose from, this resort is the largest of the three, which could make it less suitable for those wanting a more secluded getaway.
However, it still offers a sense of luxury. With a spa, gym, and restaurant, as well as a pizza place, it combines this with a more relaxed feel.
This resort also makes it easy to explore the area, with an on-site office for Caicos Dream Tours, who offer excursions from the resort’s beach.