There is no shortage of reasons to visit Turks and Caicos, home of some of the most gorgeous beaches in the world, crystal clear, turquoise waters, and a climate that can only be described as “perpetual June.” Make your trip even more relaxing by choosing a resort that comes with all of the added-value features such as dining and nightlife fully included, while you take in the unparalleled serenity, tranquility, and beauty of Turks and Caicos. These are the best all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos.
Experience luxury beyond your wildest dreams as you kick back on a private beach with a tropical drink in hand, at Alexandra Resort located on the exclusive Grace Bay on the lush island of Providenciales. Travelers can enjoy al fresco dining right on the beach of this all-inclusive resort while taking in the breathtaking sights of Grace Bay. For those looking to unwind, the resort’s Elevate Spa will massage all of the tension right out of your body.
Alexandra offers free shuttle service to the Blue Haven Resort and adults-only Beach House sister resorts. With a total of nine restaurants and eight bars across the three resorts, you can have breakfast at Alexandra, head on over to Beach House for a waterfront lunch, and then cap off your day with dinner at Fire & Ice at the Blue Haven Resort, which features a menu of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. And you can even bring the whole family, because kids 12 and under stay free!
Club Med Turkoise
Nestled alongside a sparkling turquoise lagoon, Club Med Turkoise is an absolute diver’s paradise. The upscale resort is perfect for singles and couples, as one of the few all-inclusive resorts reserved exclusively for adults in Turks and Caicos. Guests are free to relax undisturbed on the white, sandy beaches of Grace Bay, or enjoy more adventurous activities such as scuba diving or even soaring on a high-flying trapeze. The sky is literally the limit, with an atmosphere that is as carefree as it is exciting.
You’ll be in exceptionally good hands at Club Med Turkoise, as accommodating staff provide unmatched hospitality, from welcoming bartenders and servers to guides and instructors. It’s exactly this inviting atmosphere that has repeat guests returning year after year for a little slice of “home away from home” in the Caribbean.
Beaches Turks and Caicos
Your taste buds will never get bored at Beaches Turks and Caicos, which boasts a dizzying 22 dining options at 21 international restaurants located at five separate villages located throughout the five-star resort. Set off on a culinary adventure including fresh seafood, fine Italian, and hibachi, just to start! Meanwhile, you can unwind with a cocktail at any one of the resort’s 15 onsite bars serving up premium wines and top shelf liquor, from swim up bars during the day to classy lounges and nightclubs for after the sun goes down.
For families, Beaches Turks and Caicos has no shortage of fun land and water activities for kids and teens. The resort is even home to a 45,000 square-foot Pirate’s Island waterpark with rides, whirlpools, kid-friendly pools, and lazy rivers. If all that fun has you working up an appetite, not to worry! The waterpark even has swim-up “soda” bars and food trucks. All you have to do is hop off the lazy river and grab a bite to eat.
COMO Parrot Cay
Explore hidden coves, pristine beaches, and colorful reefs during your visit to COMO Parrot Cay, one of the finest boutique luxury all-inclusive resorts in the Turks and Caicos. Guests have the ability to enjoy a private yoga class or a hot river stone massage at the signature COMO Shambhala Retreat, or embark on any number of customized excursions the resort has to offer.
When it’s time to wind down in the evening, the various onsite restaurants at COMO offer fresh, Caribbean-inspired dining. For those who prefer more intimate dining, in-room meals can be enjoyed in the privacy of either your own accommodations, or on a picnic or romantic candlelit supper on the beach where chef-prepared meals are served by your own butler. All villas and houses come complete with their own private pools (and some even with direct beach access) which makes COMO an ultimate honeymoon destination.
Beach House Turks and Caicos
As one of the first boutique Turks and Caicos resorts on Grace Bay, the adults-only Beach House resort offers exceptional seclusion and intimacy overlooking radiant, porcelain white sand dunes and azure waters. With just 21 generously-sized luxury suites making up the beachfront property, guests can stretch out and relax on a private beach at their leisure without being disturbed by other beachgoers.
The Beach House all-inclusive package is available for guests staying four or more nights, which includes unlimited dining at the resort’s bars and restaurants, as well as free shuttle service to dine at the nearby Blue Haven and Alexandra resorts. The onsite Kitchen 218 restaurant takes an organic approach to cooking with its own herb garden and rotating menu of fresh seafood. If endless relaxation is not your thing, Beach House also offers land and water sports such as snorkeling, tennis, stand-up paddleboarding, and Hobie Cat sailing.