Known for having some of the Best Beaches in the World, with awards to prove it, Turks and Caicos is a popular vacation destination. This cluster of Islands has many resorts for travelers but Beaches Turks & Caicos stands out from the rest in terms of family fun. This hotel is a winner of the Trip Advisor’s “Traveler’s Choice Award 2012” and has recently been named “World’s Best Hotel for Families 2012” by Travel + Leisure.
This five star, all inclusive resort has lots to do for the whole family, including Pirate’s Island Water Park. This park has nine gigantic water slides, kid-friendly pools, a lazy river, a swim up soda bar and a surf simulator! There’s a Kid’s Camp that has certified nannies and programs for infants and toddlers as well. Children will love the Sesame Street characters exclusive to Beaches resorts with Super Science Fair with Super Grover, Bird Watching with Big Bird, Story Time with Elmo and more! You can even sign up for a Night Night Bedtime story with Elmo.
Older kids will enjoy ‘Trench Town’ an arcade/games room with flat screen televisions and a state of the art sound system. Teens will love the Xbox games rooms, Scratch DJ Academy and Club Liquid, a club/lounge serving non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails for those under 21 – the best part is no parents allowed! There are also a number of activities organized by the hotel such as the Wet and Wild parties.
While the kids are having fun there’s plenty of things for parents to do. The Red Lane Spa on the resort is a great way to get pampered with facials, massages and more. Rekindle the romance with a private candlelit dinner for two in a location of your choice: gazebo in the garden, on the beach or pier. Enjoy a soothing game of golf on their championship course or take advantage of their complementary golf lessons if you’ve never played before.
At this hotel you’ll be able to create numerous family memories with their evening entertainment. The hotel frequently host themed nights, beach parties, live shows, bonfires and other special events. Enjoy a family dinner at any one of their 16 restaurants that have options for even the pickiest eaters. They also have lots of things to do at the beach such as sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, diving and snorkeling. Wander off the resort and see the Island on horseback with Provo Ponies or explore history with a trip to White House or Brown House, homes of salt merchants in Salt Cay.