Just a short hop away from Miami, the Turks and Caicos Islands archipelago is one of the region’s great vacation spots, thanks to world-class beaches like Grace Bay Beach, a seriously high level of service and terrific culinary offerings. But if you’re looking for a classic all-inclusive getaway, you can find that in Turks and Caicos, too.
Going to Turks and Caicos all inclusive is possible, with a small collection of resorts available for wallet-free. convenient vacations.
Here is how to stay in Turks and Caicos all inclusive style.
Club Med Turkoise
The brand that pioneered all-inclusives, Club Med continues to set a high bar, particularly at its Turks and Caicos all inclusive. There are 290 rooms across several buildings set on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach.
This adults-only property has one signature beachside restaurant, along with a grill and beach bar called Sharkies. Bars include both Sharkies and the Blue Reef lounge. And as at every Club Med, the activities are the star of the show, with everything from flying trapeze and circus activities to windsurfing lessons to beach volleyball ad scuba diving. There’s a spa, too, with treatments available in either individual rooms or in palapas.
Beaches Turks and Caicos
The family-friendly outpost of Sandals Resorts International, Beaches Turks and Caicos has a prime perch on Grace Bay Beach and a collection of “villages” each offering a distinct accommodation style.
There is something for everyone in the family at this Turks and Caicos all inclusive: a 45,000-square-foot water park, kids’ options like an Xbox lounge and a teen disco and “Global” dining featuring a whopping 22 dining options at 19 restaurants with cuisine from around the world.
You can stay in one of the four aforementioned villages: Caribbean, Italian, Key West and French, with everything from garden to oceanfront units.
This family-friendly Grace Bay resort has its own Turks and Caicos all inclusive offering, with a daily meal plan that includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and certain alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks you can get by the glass at both lunch and at dinner, with the package at about $120 per person per day and half of that for kids.
Ocean Club Resorts
While it’s not a traditional all-inclusive, this resort complex (including Ocean Club & Ocean Club West) does offer breakfast, lunch and dinner vouchers at the property’s Opus, Cabana and Solana restaurants — the package includes entree, non-alcoholic drink for breakfast and lunch along with a glass of wine or cocktail for dinner.
They’re all great ways to experience Turks and Caicos.