Beaches By The Numbers

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Village & Spa sets the standard for luxury all-included family vacations. It’s the perfect spot for every member of every family, ages 1 to 100. Here are a few reasons to make Beaches Turks & Caicos your next family vacation…

752 ROOMS from condo-style cottages to two-bedroom beachfront villas to oceanview suites with bunk beds and balconies; there’s a home away from home for every family.

92 ACRES of lush tropical gardens and outdoor activities like croquet, tennis, and beach volleyball

21 RESTAURANTS to choose from! Build-your-own tacos at Arizona’s Tex Mex; savour French-inspired fine dining at Le Petit Chateau; pull up a picnic table at The Jerk Shack; or enjoy ocean views from Schooner’s Seafood Grill.

12 MILES of world-famous, perfectly pristine Grace Bay Beach, where white sands, calm waves, and turquoise waters set the scene.

11 SESAME STREET CHARACTERS like Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Julia, entertain the whole family with daily musicals, shows, and meet & greets; host birthday parties and classes; and even tuck little ones in at night.

8 WATERSLIDES at the thrilling Pirate Island Waterpark, complete with lazy river, splash pad, surf simulator, Mr. Mac and Curls ‘n Swirls food trucks, Bobby Dee’s Retro Diner, and, of course a pirate ship.

5 VILLAGES to suit your family’s vacation style – there’s the party-central Italian Village, picturesque French Village, quiet and tranquil Key West Village, and tropically charming Caribbean & Seaside Villages.

1 VOTED FAVOURITE all-inclusive family resort 19 years running by Canadian travel agents!

Story by ASHLEY ROCHEFORT

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