Beaches Turks and Caicos Grace Bay West, Providenciales
Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort and Spa sits right on world-famous Grace Bay Beach. The resort consists of four different villages, each offering their own distinct experience. The resort is just 20 minutes by shuttle from Providenciales (PLS) airport.
This means that, unlike other all-inclusive resorts in other parts of the Caribbean, you do not have spend hours in traffic before beginning your vacation. To help you plan your trip, we have created a short guide to Beaches Turks and Caicos just for you.
GUIDE TO BEACHES TURKS AND CAICOS RESORT
Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort is made up of four different villages. Each provides their own unique all-inclusive experience.No matter which village you choose, you will never be more than a few steps from beautiful Grace Bay Beach.
The Italian Village is in the middle of everything. It also boasts Beaches 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 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.
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.
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
LEARN MOREWith a choice of 20 restaurants all offering a different style of cuisine, your most difficult decision will be which to try next. Some Beaches visitors even try to extend their vacation or “double up” on meals to try all the delicious food.
PIRATE’S ISLAND WATER PARK
With a choice of 20 restaurants all offering a different style of cuisine, your most difficult decision will be which to try next. Some Beaches visitors even try to extend their vacation or “double up” on meals to try all the delicious food.
The Turks and Caicos is a ring of islands located to the east of the Bahamas just a short distance by air from Miami. The archipelago consists of island chains sitting atop limestone banks that rise 6,000 from the ocean floor.
A long barrier reef protects the islands, making for awesome scuba diving. The island of Providenciales, while still relatively unknown, generates rave reviews from anyone who has ever visited there.
PROVO – THE #1 ISLAND IN THE WORLD
Turks and Caicos has quietly become one of the top destinations for couples and families in Caribbean. In fact, the island of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos was TripAdvisor’s pick for the world’s top island in 2015.
After Providenciales was named the top island in the world, sublimely beautiful Grace Bay Beach was ranked as the second-best beach in the entire world by TripAdvisor users.
After the glorious weather and incredible beaches, perhaps one of the best aspects of a vacation in Turks and Caicos is enjoying some of the fabulous dining opportunities on Providenciales.
One of the best places to do that is at Asú on the beach, a new Turks and Caicos restaura... more
ASU On The Beach is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Asu joins the Turks & Caicos Collection of other resort restaurants that include Kitchen 218 at Beach House, and Salt Bar & Grill and Fire & Ice at Blue Haven Resort and Marina.
Kitchen 218 at Beach House Resort offers a stunning combination of brilliant cuisine and performance art. It has quickly earned a reputation as one of the leading dining establishments on Providenciales.
At Blue Haven Resort and Marina, Fire and Ice features a delightful and elegant waterfront dining venue, while the casual Salt Bar and Grill is suited to vacationers seeking a casual meal or a place to enjoy tapas and happy hour.
Indulge your taste buds with scrumptious seafood meticulously prepared by our talented Chef. Dine on modern Mediterranean cuisine with local specialties like conch as well as grouper, snapper, mahi mahi and when in season, the Caribbean spiny lobster. With outdoor seating that wr... more
Lunch: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Dinner: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Mr. Grouper’s is where you’ll meet visitors and local residents who appreciate fresh seafood, a casual, relaxed atmosphere, lively music, and friendly service. Indoors or out on the wrap around deck, it’s almost family style. The restaurant serves up Caribbean... more
Mr. Grouper is located in the well known brightly painted octagonal building, surrouned with palm trees, and next to the Diamond Stubbs Plaza on the Lower Bight Road (next to the Turks & Caicos Tourist Board office). Open for lunch and dinner. Open 10 am – 10:30pm Mon to Sat, and Sun from 3pm to 11pm
Providenciales (better known as “Provo” by the locals) is the main island for tourism and is the most-established in terms of what it has to offer for visitors. It is, by far, the most populated island in the Turks and Caicos. Provo features world-class hotels, resorts, and ... more
Grace Bay beach is touted as being the 'best in the world' by many publications around the globe and is, by far, the biggest draw to the island.
- Award Winning Beaches
- Luxury beachfront resorts
- Watersports - everything there is to do on the water is here
- World class internationally renowned restaurants