Planning a trip to Turks and Caicos? Then you may be thinking about where you should stay, and there is a whole host of options available, all with something unique to offer.
Turks and Caicos is the perfect place to truly relax and unwind with its warm and comfortable climate and world class beaches, so what better way to do so than booking an all inclusive hotel so that everything is taken care of for you?
Let’s take a look at some of the best all inclusive resorts available to help you decide where you might like to book.
With some of the most luxurious suites on the island and an adjacent marina, two restaurants, a gourmet grocery shop and cafe, and private beach there is possibly no need to ever leave Blue Haven if you are visiting.
Their all inclusive experience includes all meals and drinks, a 24-hour snack station, free use of non-motorized watersports, 24-hour gym, hammocks, giant chess board and kids club among-st other amenities so you and your children will be well looked after during your stay.
There are plenty of activities available at the resort also. You can relax on a floating beanbag in the blue haven pool, enjoy horse riding along the beach or waterfront yoga, or perhaps a round of golf. All perfect for unwinding and taking some time out.
For great value, you should check out Alexandra Resort in Providenciales. One of the biggest resorts on Grace Bay Beach, it boasts 90 spacious suites, a good amount of on-site amenities, gorgeous grounds, and reasonable prices.
With free use of the tennis courts, bicycles, non-motorized water sports, you will have plenty to do during your stay, and there are fully equipped kitchens and even laundry facilities in the suites for convenience.
The resort is home to Asú on the Beach, a relaxed and cheerful restaurant with a beach deck that offers barefoot dining and serves up stone baked pizzas from the new pizza deck, or breakfast lunch and dinner in the restaurant.
This boutique resort is for adults only, so perfect for a romantic trip away or a honeymoon. The blissful atmosphere cultivated here really lends itself to letting go and fully relaxing.
With generously sized suites and renowned restaurant Kitchen 218 serving contemporary French cuisine (perfect for a romantic meal), you can live the high life while also feeling like you are in a home away from home as the staff look after you.
The suites have names rather than numbers, and matching loungers assigned to them on the beach!
We hope this has given you some insight into the wonderful all inclusive experiences available at the hotels in Turks and Caicos to inspire you if you are planning a trip.
With such fantastic facilities and activities included you may not have much need to stray outside of your resort, however, the islands also have plenty to offer if you do venture out, from a conch farm to an iguana island! There really is something for everybody.