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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa sit on Grace Bay; 12 miles of white Caribbean sand, Trip Advisor Traveller’s Choice Awards simply calls, #1 Beach in the World.

Now you’d think that would be enough to warrant sitting back and letting the view do all the work. But the resort, which World Travel Awards have named ‘World’s Number One Resort’, every year, for almost the past two decades, doesn’t take anything for granted.

Sun’s up on pretty Providenciales at the moment, Grace Bay is looking spectacular as ever and, come 14 December 2017, Beaches Turks & Caicos is flinging open its doors to reveal a whole range of fresh and exciting additions to all-inclusive family holidays.

Can’t wait until then? Have a sneak preview of what’s new, better than ever and, of course, what hasn’t changed, because it was impossible to improve on perfection.

Beaches Turks & Caicos now has 21 restaurants

Not content with a mere 19 fabulous places to eat, Beaches Turks & Caicos have just added another two restaurants to their collection.

So as well as everything from classic French to Tex-Mex, cute Italian trattoria, American diners, pizzeria and cool seafood grills; you can now try authentic Indian cooking at Bombay Club or have a side of spectacular views over dinner at the Sky Rooftop Restaurant.

And when they say ‘views’, that’s the entire length of gorgeous Grace Bay shimmering under a star-scattered Caribbean sky. Worth thinking about a night off parenting duty for that alone.

Fun new food trucks and classic Caribbean Fish Fries

How many ways can you do mac ‘n’ cheese? According to the artisans at Mr Mac, the answer is at least 10, and still counting. If kids want to put that to the test, the new Mr Mac food truck is up for the challenge at Beaches Turks & Caicos from mid-December, and more than ready to face all junior gourmet scrutiny.

Sweet treats are parking up at the resort too, in the shape of Curls n’ Swirls vintage Volkswagen van. So you can go all gooey over the retro-cuteness while your little foodies try out frozen yoghurt milk shakes, ice cream and heaps of other ice-cool delights.

If weekly Sesame Street Junkanoo Parades, beach parties, barbecues, and the effortless cool of Providenciales itself, wasn’t enough to convince you of Beaches Turks & Caicos’ true Caribbean nature, head down to the sand for the new Wednesday night Fish Fry. Think, catch of the day cooked to perfection and served with music, dancing and laid-back island soul.



The latest Xbox One S has arrived at Beaches

If the way to your young gamers heart this Christmas is an Xbox One S, Beaches are way ahead of you.

The brand new, just-out, shiny and ready to be tested to the limit units are now in pride of place in the Xbox Play Lounge, and not just in Turks & Caicos.

Competitive types can look forward to the same state-of-the-art tech at Beaches Negril and Beaches Ochos Rios in sunny Jamaica too.

 

Too young for scuba? Try all new SNUBA instead

With resorts close to incredible dive sites and pristine reefs, plus two free daily dives for certified divers as part of their Luxury Included® all-inclusive family holidays, Beaches are already well loved by scuba enthusiasts.

Now, even kids as young as four, can have the thrill of scuba – without the required skills – using SNUBA, a unique shallow water diving system recently introduced at all Beaches Caribbean resorts. Think of it like the bridge between snorkelling and diving, a great way to build confidence breathing underwater, and all-round brilliant fun, because that’s exactly what it is.

A fresh look for all five resort villages

Ever attentive to detail, Beaches Turks & Caicos have also recently upgraded all rooms, suites and villas throughout the entire resort. The cute concept of themed villages is still the same, only wherever you stay in the world, from France to Florida, it’s now even fresher and more luxurious than ever.

More live family entertainment

The dazzling collection of family-friendly musical shows, launched by Beaches in summer 2017, is back for another season this December.

Favourites like Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island and the Jungle Book are brilliantly reimagined using a mix of cinema, choreography, theatre, music, and circus. Every performance is sensational, kids love them all and, of course, you can expect to be highly entertained too.


 

Luxury Included® is as generous as always

Beaches’ Luxury Included® all-inclusive family holidays have always been some of the world’s most generous, and that hasn’t changed one bit. So you can still look forward to your holiday including:

  • A choice of 785 luxurious family rooms, suites and villas, across five themed villages: France, Italy, the Seaside, Caribbean or Key West.
  • Unlimited 5-Star Global Gourmet™ Dining at 21 resort restaurants.
  • Unlimited kids’ snacks and drinks at resort food trucks.
  • Unlimited premium brand drinks at 15 resort bars.
  • Use of 10 pools and four whirlpools
  • Unlimited land sports
  • Unlimited water sports, including free scuba for certified divers.
  • Free WIFI
  • Pirates’ Island Waterpark with 10 waterslides and Surf Simulator.
  • Xbox Play Lounge
  • Kids Camps for infants, toddlers, pre-teens and teens.
  • Sesame Street Caribbean Adventures themed activity programme.
  • Club Liquid, Trench Town and DJ Scratch Academy for teens.

Of course, it’s easy to spend an entire holiday at Beaches Turks & Caicos without spending anything at all, although you might want to indulge in the likes of Red Lane Spa now and again; book a babysitter for the night; or try out new SNUBA and SNUBA DOO with the kids. But even those extras are excellent value here.

A seven night Luxury Included® family holiday from £6415

Book now, and have a seven night all-inclusive holiday for a family of four at Beaches Turks & Caicos in October 2018, including return London Gatwick flights and resort transfers, all from just £6415*.


Find out more about the relaunch of Beaches Turks & Caicos on 14 December 2018.

*Based on 21 October 2018 travel, and two adults and two children sharing.

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